LODI - Just as the lights came on over the north diamond field at the Lodi Softball Complex, the sun began to set on the Turlock Christian High softball team's season.
FOLSOM - Blame it on Mickey Mouse.
This time, the soccer field wasn't littered with fouls and yellow cards. There weren't any angry faces on the Turlock High girls soccer team sidelines. Instead, those players - along with the coaching staff - watched a clean battle.
The pregame infield/outfield drills may have been the most action the Turlock High baseball team's defense saw with ace Vince Wheeland on the mound on Tuesday.
RIPON – It seemed almost like Hilmar could do just about anything it wanted on Ripon's home turf during the first round of the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Division V playoffs Tuesday afternoon at Parkview Elementary.
STOCKTON - After pounding out the day's most outstanding round, Turlock High junior Paul Smith made the long journey from his final hole to the clubhouse at The Reserve at Spanos Park on a gloomy Monday.
Not surprisingly, Turlock High's Sara Latham was surrounded by defenders all Friday afternoon, with the senior getting most of her breathing room only during halftime.
Every time Turlock High's Ryan Cumberland approaches home plate with a bat in hand, his mind tends to wander - but with good reason.
Nathan Potter's focus was narrow and straight like a dark alley, despite the circumstances surrounding his match Thursday afternoon at the Turlock High tennis courts under a baking sun. After winning the first set, he realized that he had to top his opponent in the last showdown of Turlock High's Sac-Joaquin Section Division I quarterfinal meeting with Jesuit High.
One local boys tennis team smothered the opponent, while the other had a tougher time.
At Monday's Sac-Joaquin Section Division I South Championships at Brookside Country Club in Stockton, the Turlock High boys golf team ran into some bad luck again.
Don't lose it. Keep grinding.
Q. What is the hardest part about playing water polo?
Turlock and Pitman high each had multiple singles players compete on Tuesday in the opening rounds of the Central California Conference girls tennis singles tournament in Atwater. However, only Turlock's number one singles player, Mila Johns, swept through her opponents and is now moving on to Thursday's championship match against Golden Valley's Dani Vigil.
Both the Turlock boys and girls water polo teams found victory Tuesday in the Bulldogs' home pool when they hosted Central California Conference foe Atwater.
For the 11th season in a row, Turlock High has finished Central California Conference competition as champions in girls golf. The Bulldogs cemented their place as 2014 CCC title holders by shooting a 448 at Monday's CCC Championships in Atwater-86 strokes ahead of second place Pitman High.
Bears stop Pride
There's nothing like a long-standing rivalry on the gridiron.
Barn burner, slobber knocker or nail biter. All three could be used to describe Turlock High's 48-47 victory over Buhach Colony High at Joe Debely Stadium on Friday night.
Q. What do you like most about the game of golf?
The second time two teams meet rarely results in the same outcome as the first matchup.
Though its girls can no longer claim to be straight-set winners through all of their matches, Pitman High is still undefeated and seemingly on its way to its fourth consecutive Central California Conference volleyball championship.
The Pitman girls tennis team came up short against a visiting Merced Bears team, 2-7, on Tuesday bringing the Pride's league record to 4-5.
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