Hilmar volleyball star Emily Baptista picked up right where she left off after a historical sophomore year for the Yellowjackets, only this time it was a national setting as her 16-year-old Rage club captured gold at the Junior National Championships in the American division in Minneapolis, Minn.
The Turlock Seadogs swim team was able to notch a tight win against Tracy and Manteca in a tri-meet in Manteca last Saturday. This would be the closest match for the Seadogs all season long as they nudged out 1,477 points to Tracy's second place score of 1,470, with the Manteca Dolphins finishing last at 1,201.
Already with a medal in one division, the Ripon-based Rage Volleyball Club looked to continue the success and progress in the Junior National Championships in three different divisions with hopes of medaling again at any level.
For the second time this summer Turlock High basketball head coach Doug Cornfoot, Denair head coach RJ Henderson and California State University, Stanislaus basketball assistant head coach Ben Riley have put together a three day basketball camp for boys and girls ranging from the ages of 7-14 years-old. The camp will run July 8-10 at Turlock High.
The Ripon-based Rage volleyball club qualified five teams in five different divisions for the Junior Olympics beginning this week in Minneapolis, Minn. The Junior National Championship attracts nearly 9,500 volleyball players and over 20,000 spectators annually.
With the Stanislaus Cardinals Babe Ruth summer season underway, the local superstar team that is made up of nine local players from Turlock, Pitman and Hilmar highs came away with a big 15-5 home win in walk-off fashion on Wednesday.
Nate Costa is back, ready to not only share his football IQ with the area's youth but with its high school players as well. Last year, Costa-Hilmar High and University of Oregon alumnus-hosted his first ever youth football camp in association with Sting Football Camp that drew upwards of 60 kids.
Why play one sport when you can play them all? That is the theme for this summer's Warrior All Sports Camp being hosted at California State University, Stanislaus by the Stan State women's soccer squad.
Summer is the perfect time for local tennis players to develop their game and Turlock High tennis coach Bill Weber will offer his over 40 years of expertise in the sport through a series of summer tennis camps for kids from age 4 to athletes up to age 18.
For the third consecutive year, Turlock High basketball coach Doug Cornfoot along with Denair head coach RJ Henderson and California State University, Stanislaus basketball assistant head coach Ben Riley have put together a three-day basketball camp for boys and girls from 9-14 years old beginning Monday.