The Turlock Fire Elite U-17 boys soccer team will play in Sunday's Nor Cal State Cup quarterfinals at Turlock Sports Complex, with the game kicking off at 11:30 a.m. The team, which is ranked second in Northern California and 15th in the nation, completed its round of 16 games last weekend, defeating Juventus SC Black 93 of Redwood City in 3-1 fashion.
With clubs representing five different nations and nine states during a three-day tournament, the Turlock FC Fire Elite U-17 boys soccer team proved its worth by making it all the way to the finals. But it was there that Turlock's hot streak ended, suffering a 3-1 loss to home team Las Vegas Surf 94 in the Las Vegas Mayor's Cup 2011 tournament during the weekend of Feb. 19-21. Turlock was one of 32 teams.
The Turlock Titans Varsity Football squad's undefeated record came to a halt three weeks ago when the boys traveled to Modesto to face the Rams. Both offense and defense fell short of the mark. The following weekend, the Titans again hit the road to Escalon, battling the Outlaws, where they were dealt a serious blow, losing 48-12.Last Saturday, the Titans squared off on the Ripon gridiron, losing to the Chiefs 36-6. Today at Turlock High School, the team will look for redemption as they take on the Modesto Saints on Titan turf. The Titans are celebrating homecoming and ...
Kiana Clay had an overwhelming task in the National Junior Olympics on Wednesday afternoon at Sacramento City College. In the 4x800-meter relay, her team was in third place by the time the second leg of the race was presented in her hand.She took the baton and never looked back.By the time she was done with her leg, in which she turned in a time of 2 minutes, 27 seconds, her team - which is part of the Central Valley Roadrunners out of Modesto - was ahead of the pack. And her teammates did the rest, as they celebrated a national ...
Eight track and field athletes from Turlock will compete at this week's National Junior Olympics at Sacramento City College, with some of them having a good chance to finish in the top eight of their respective event and earn a medal.The prestigious event begins today and ends Sunday.The list begins with Walnut Elementary students and siblings Jarod (second grade) and Cerah Moren (sixth grade). Jarod will compete in the high jump, while Cerah is scheduled to participate in two events, the 4x400-meter relay and javelin.Kiana Clay, who enters seventh grade at Turlock Junior High, will compete ...
Jasmine Nickelberry of Turlock High and her Mustang Rampage (of Danville) won the inaugural National Championship of the Elite Clubs National League earlier this month in Seattle. Twenty of the best under-16 girls soccer teams from across the U.S. competed over the last year in the ECNL Challenge A Division.
MODESTO - Garrett Roberts might have said it best. Right before his 16-to-18-year-old Modesto Babe Ruth baseball team started practicing earlier this week at Davis Park, he said that his teammates make up the most talented group he's ever been a part of. This comes from a guy who has played baseball for most of his life.But even he knew talent wasn't enough last week, when Modesto was stunned by Hanford late in the semifinal game of the winners' bracket in the Central California State Tournament. But with talent comes confidence, and Roberts and his teammates showed that ...
Even after suffering their most devastating loss of the All-Stars season, the 11-year olds of the Turlock American Little League came together one last time for breakfast on Tuesday morning. They didn't necessarily spend all the time talking about the previous night's 11-7 defeat to Visalia - which ended their Regional Championship tournament run in Lemoore on Monday night - but also discussed the possibility of linking up again next season, when they're a year older.
The 11-year olds of the Turlock American Little League All-Stars had one major problem glaring back at them in the District 10 Championship on Monday night in Madera. And Coach Nick Pryschuk knew how to fix it.
Yes, there were moments when the 12-year olds of the Turlock American All-Stars were a threat in their District 10 Championship. But in the end, Riverpark was just too good.
It wasn't difficult to pinpoint the key moment for the 13-to-14-year olds of the Turlock American Little League All-Stars in their 14-4 victory over Turlock National at Pedretti Park on Thursday night in front of dozens of fans.
It ended in dramatic fashion.
The 12 year olds of the Turlock American Little League All-Stars weren't getting it done in the first two innings of Wednesday night's game. Their at-bats didn't produce anything exciting; just a bunch of scoop-able grounders.
It was a tough night for the Turlock National Little League Majors on Tuesday at Soderquist Park, as the 12 year olds watched Madera National overpower them with hits and runs in three big innings.