It was another triple digit day throughout the Valley as the 11-year-old Turlock American All-Stars shutout the Turlock National All-Stars, 2-0, at Soderquist Park on Wednesday.
The 12-year-old Turlock American All-Stars fell just short of victory against the Los Banos squad on Wednesday, 2-1, at Julien field.
The Turlock Seadogs are now 6-0 after winning the tri meet last Saturday at Manteca with a score of 1,580.5. Manteca followed in second with 1,470.5, and Tracy placed third with 1,125.
A seven run, fifth inning rally soared the 10-year-old Turlock American All-Star squad past the Turlock National All-Stars, 11-6, on Tuesday at Julien field.
Temperatures reached well over the triple digit mark on Monday as the 11-year-old Turlock National All-Stars dominated the Los Banos squad in a 5-0 shutout at Soderquist Park.
After a first round bye, the 12-year-old Turlock American All-Star team defeated the Yosemite All-Stars, 4-3, on Sunday in Atwater and will be moving on to the semifinal game today.
The American Yankees defeated the National Braves, 5-1, to take the Turlock Little League Senior City Championship on Wednesday at Pedretti Park.
The American Astros came out swinging and never stopped in an 11-1 mercy-rule win over the National Rockies in Wednesday's Junior City Championship.
The Turlock Seadogs swimming squad won its own invitational by over 405 points on Saturday at Turlock High. The 'Dogs earned 1,350 points for the victory, followed by Ripon with 945 points.
The Stanislaus County Fairgrounds hosted the area's youngest cowboys and cowgirls on Saturday during the 60th annual Turlock Horsemen's Club Junior Rodeo.
For the second consecutive year the boys of Turlock FC United are soccer champions. With the help of players from Turlock, Ceres, and Modesto, FC United entered the 2013 NorCal Premier Soccer League Spring Cross Regional Playoff in Davis and dominated the likes of Ballistic United of Pleasanton, Santa Clara Sporting, and Inter Rage Academy of Sacramento.
The Turlock Seadogs took down the Ripon swimming squad last Saturday at Ripon by a score of 1,680 to 1,440.
The Rivercats from the Turlock American Little League Minors will now face off against Atwater in the final game of the Tournament of Champions, after defeating the Los Banos A's, 8-4, on Thursday at Los Banos.
After a first round bye, the Turlock National Little League Majors champion Rockies dominated the Mariposa Reds, 13-1, at Soderquist field on Thursday to advance to the championship game of the Tournament of Champions.
It was a blistering hot day last Saturday with temperatures reaching well over the triple digit mark in the Valley as the Turlock Seadogs placed first in the Oakdale Invitational with a score of 1,575, while the second place Ripon squad trailed by over 100 points. It is the second time this season that the Seadogs have won an invitational.