2010 record: 1-6 SL, 2-8 overall
As a group of parents and other supporters of the Turlock Youth Football League watched nearby, a Turlock High offensive lineman was on the verge of puking. He was down on one knee, his hand to his stomach.
2010 record: 3-2 CCC, 8-3 overall
The other day, Steve Feaver walked to his car after practice. Right before he stepped inside, he spotted a familiar face. It was one of Turlock High's campus maintenance employees, who made small talk with the Bulldogs boys' water polo coach.
This week signifies the beginning of the fall sports season. Athletes from Pitman High, Turlock High, Turlock Christian, Denair High and Hilmar High all worked out underneath the sun for the past two days, and they will continue on for the next few weeks. The first official game in any sport won't start until Aug. 26, so for now, footballers, tennis players, cross country runners, water polo athletes, golfers and volleyball players all are working hard to prepare for the upcoming season.
In June, Allison Kuchan graduated from Pitman High without truly knowing if she'd play softball at the college level - a childhood goal. A few weeks earlier, she helped lead the Pride's softball team to its first playoff game in the school's short history.
Now, it's time for some football.
Before entering every one of her wrestling tournaments, Alexia Moreno's goal is simple. She wants to do better than before.
On July 7, a group of Hilmar High students woke up with football on their minds. That's what happens when you're a Yellowjacket. They were in the middle of summer workouts, a very crucial element in preparing for the fall season. Their main focus were strengths and conditionings, with much of the responsibility sitting on the shoulders of assistant coach Franky Silveira.
NEWMAN - When it comes to the happenings of last season, the Turlock Christian High football program would rather not talk about it.
Like most places in the Central Valley last week, Turlock was hit with a relentless heat wave with the temperatures reaching triple digits. Luckily for the Pitman High football team, the Pride had the week off.
MODESTO - In no way does 7-on-7 football compete with the real thing.
Local golfers Kathleen Rojas and Ester Rojas will continue to compete in this weekend's Nature Valley First Tee Open at Pebble Beach, an event that allows the two Turlock Christian High products an opportunity to play alongside professionals.
MODESTO - On Saturday, John Thurman Field, home of the Modesto Nuts, was covered with Turlock baseball products. Occasionally, the field and dugout had Turlock influences. And the stands, especially during the large-school game, were packed with Turlock supporters.
It's no secret that many of the Pitman High and Turlock High athletes are friends, despite their crosstown rivalry. Some of them played on the same youth sports teams or grew up in the same neighborhoods.
Turlock (20-2) High's varsity volleyball team accomplished a feat on Monday that had not be reached in over a decade.
On a cool and windy Saturday night, Pitman and Turlock High squared off on the pitch in both teams' first Central California Conference matchup of ...
Denair High hosted the Mariposa County Grizzlies on Friday night and was unable to come away with a victory after Mariposa's strong first half.
Pitman (3-2) senior running back Blake McBay rushed for 172 yards on 22 carries and a score and the Pride steamrolled through North Salinas High ...
After a scoreless first half at home on Tuesday, head coach Louie Bettencourt strung together some moving words for his Hilmar High varsity boys soccer ...
Both Turlock and Pitman tennis teams were 4-0 before Tuesday's league showdown, but only one team left undefeated in the Central California Conference matchup.
Head coach James Peterson and his Turlock Bulldogs felt like it was their time on Friday when they traveled to Tracy High to take on ...
Last year's matchup between the Denair and Delhi varsity football teams came down to overtime, but this year's game came down to an ...
Hilmar High's varsity football team dominated the visiting Pacific Grove squad on Friday night in their homecoming game.
This week marked the halfway point of the Central California Conference girls golf season and Turlock and Pitman High both finished strong in the Mid-Season ...
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