Turlock (5-1 CCC) and Pitman High (6-0 CCC) met on the tennis court Wednesday with undefeated league records. Only one team could walk away from the cross town matchup with an unblemished record and bragging rights. After six singles matches and three doubles matches, the Pride prevailed with a convincing 7-2 victory, sweeping the singles competitions and taking one doubles match.
Pitman High's baseball team set out at the beginning of the season intent on bringing home its first Central California Conference championship. Last weekend the Pride (1-1 CCC, 8-2 overall) won their first Pedretti Tournament Championship in what many hope is a good omen for the rest of the year.
While high school swim teams around the area focus on team scores and performances, Hilmar and Turlock Christian high's focus is aimed at the individual level. Due to their small numbers and the absence of team swimming in their leagues, the Yellowjackets and Eagles have been forced to forge their own path in the water.
The boys at Turlock and Pitman high are in full swing as the 2012 tennis season is underway. Last year the Pride beat out the Bulldogs for their seventh Central California Conference championship and fifth undefeated season. Turlock sat in second place for the second year in a row behind Pitman, something the Bulldogs plan on changing this time around.
Turlock Christian's girls basketball team officially ended its season on Saturday after a 61-57 loss to St. Joseph Notre Dame High in the second round of state playoffs. The loss caps off the best performance from a girls basketball team in TC's history which included a SAL championship and an appearance in the Division V SJS Championship game.
Pitman High won its first Pedretti Championship over the weekend by defeating Lincoln High, building up a heap of confidence for this year's baseball season. Turlock High missed the final round by one run and finished in third place after beating Lodi High on Saturday.
Turlock Christian and Denair High performed well in the first Southern Athletic League track meet, held March 8. TC's girls finished in second place as a team and its boys finished in third. Denair's team total was similar as its boys finished second and its girls ended the meet in third place.
Nationwide Crivelli Insurance donated $3 for every three point basket made during the Turlock High boys basketball season. Lori Crivelli presented a check to Alek Carlson, Cristian Jimenez and Doug Cornfoot in the amount of $258.
Last week Turlock Christian came up short in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division V Championship game, disappointing its girls and their fans. It wasn't the end of the road though; TC still had the Division V State Basketball Tournament to look forward to. The season wasn't over.
Co-Coach of the Year: Keith Larsen, Pitman High
Sixteen schools gathered at Joe Debely Stadium on a hot and sunny Friday afternoon for the Stanislaus County Track meet. Turlock and Pitman high were among those schools in attendance, competing against each other as well as the rest of the field in one of the first tests of the 2012 track and field season.
Last season the Hilmar High girls soccer team finished in third place in the Trans Valley League for the second straight year, missing the league title by a few points, before advancing all the way to the second round of playoffs. Turlock Christian and Denair High weren't as lucky as they finished in seventh and sixth place in the Southern Athletic League, respectively.
Turlock and Pitman high's swimmers and divers are making waves as they prepare for another competitive season in the Central California Conference.
Turlock High was one of 262 California schools to compete in the 2012 CIF State Championship this past weekend with four wrestlers in the tournament - Jason Valdovinos, Isaac Bertalotto, Erick Parsons, and Ernesto Guiang. After a earning a CCC championship and finishing fifth at Masters, the Bulldogs were confident heading into Friday's competition.
Girls soccer is back as Turlock and Pitman high officially kicked off the 2012 season on Tuesday. After five straight top-three finishes in the Central California Conference, the Pride finally earned their second league title last year with a 13-1-1 season. The Bulldogs, who had defended the CCC title for five consecutive years prior to last season, finished in fifth place with a disappointing record of 2-7-3.
After their first three preseason contests, the Hilmar Yellowjackets girls soccer team has not lost and head coach Doug Delay couldn't be any happier ...
High school winter sports will soon begin their respective league runs but before fully taking in the end of fall, Courier sports editor Dale Butler ...
It's been too long since the Hilmar High boys basketball team has made the playoffs and this year's group is determined to break ...
Things are definitely looking up for the Hilmar High girls basketball team.
The girls basketball programs for Turlock and Pitman high schools are on the upswing and this season will be a testament to that.
The 2016 fourth Annual High School Senior Water Polo All Star Games hosted by the Turlock Bulldogs Aquatic Boosters was underway this past Saturday and ...
Both boys and also girls' soccer were added to winter sports for the upcoming season and for a small school like Hilmar, who had one ...
Last season was one for the books for the Hilmar Yellowjackets varsity boys' soccer team.
The 2016 season might be over for the Turlock varsity volleyball team, but their legacy will live on after ending the year with the best ...
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