Week 10 was the famous "Bud" Faria Bowl which was started in 1994 in memory of Bud Faria who was a long time contributor to Turlock Youth Football. In this annual epic event, TYF teams go head to head and compete against one another - for bragging rights and the Bud Bowl trophy. The winning team has the trophy engraved with the winning score and the year.
Week 9 saw the Turlock Youth Football Vikings traveling to Atwater to take on the Falcons. The Vikings took over the Falcons' home field, winning at all levels. Pee Wee started the day with a shutout victory, 48-0; JV followed the winning streak with a 42-0 victory. Varsity ended the day by defeating the Falcons 47-12.
Week 8 started for Turlock Youth Football at 8 a.m. Saturday with the Vikings hosting the Central Valley (CV) 49ers. Pee Wee Vikings started the day with a shutout victory over the CV 49ers 40-0. JV continued the shutout with a 36-0 victory. Varsity, with the biggest score, handed the CV 49ers another loss with a final score 48- 0. Next week the Vikings will be on the road, heading to Atwater to take on the Falcons, who are licking their wounds as they were beaten by the TYF Niners. Game times will be 1:30 p.m. for ...
The 49ers started Week 7 at 8 a.m. Saturday, hosting the Los Banos Wildcats.
Medeiros Elementary School hosted its fourth annual NFL Punt, Pass and Kick competition on Thursday and Friday, welcoming over 200 participants, with kids ranging in age from six to 13.
Week 6 saw the Turlock Youth Football Vikings travel to Livingston to take on the Wolf Pack, but the Wolves, once again, were dominated by a Turlock team, and shut out at all levels.
Week 5 saw the Turlock Youth Football 49ers host the Livingston Wolves - and dominate the entire day, not allowing the Wolves to score during any of the games.
Week 4 for Turlock Youth Football was both good and bad.
Redwood City played host to more than 40 amateur female fighters on Saturday in the third annual Beautiful Brawlers Boxing tournament, riding the wave of national popularity involving women and contact sports.
The second week of Turlock Youth Football season saw the 49ers sweep their opponents, the Merced Bears.
Turlock Youth Football opened the 2013 season with the Vikings hosting the Manteca Jaguars and the 49ers traveling to Ceres to take on the Seahawks.
With Round Robin completed last weekend in Oakdale, both the Turlock Vikings and Turlock 49ers have a better understanding of the necessary changes needed for their teams to start the 2013 season.
The Turlock Titans are starting their 2013 season with a new name and new partnership. The Titans are now the Turlock Jr. Pride after the former Titans President and Pitman High Coach Thad Moren decided to combine their programs to begin a new era in the gridiron.
The Modesto Babe Ruth baseball team reached the Pacific Southwest Regional Tournament championship on Wednesday after winning five consecutive games, only to be defeated by the San Benito squad from Hollister in a tight 12-11 game.
The California State University, Stanislaus Warrior Athletics program will be holding camps that provide opportunities for local athletes of all ages to hone their skills in a fun environment. Camps and clinics in a number of sports and activities will be offered, including women's soccer, baseball, women's tennis, volleyball and softball.
The girls of the Turlock FC Stingers U12 team won their first league title last Sunday with their first place finish in the NorCal Fall League after defeating Merced Atlas.
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