The Pitman Prides' varsity girls' tennis team struck a win in their first preseason match-up of the 2014 season after trouncing Central Valley 6-3 on Wednesday.
Denair High's varsity boys' soccer team dominated Big Valley Christian, 7-0 at home on Thursday in a preseason matchup.
Less than two miles separates the home courts of Turlock High and Turlock Christian High, yet Wednesday marked the first time in four years that the volleyball teams faced each other in competition.
Modesto Junior College volleyball head coach Tiger Shelton took over a struggling program last season and boosted them from a five-win season to a shocking 21-win season that included a postseason berth.
The 2013 Modesto Junior College football season was a 'roller coaster ride' as described by head coach Sam Young.
Three years ago, Tyler Juncker was a senior at Hilmar High where he played offensive tackle and defensive end for the Yellowjackets and helped earn his alma mater a Division IV SJS Championship.
The Turlock Tee Birds have been playing golf at the Turlock Golf & Country Club for more than 30 years, combining competition and fun with weekly runs of the course and friendly wagering. Currently comprised of women aged 49 to 80, the Tee Birds play golf year-round. For most, it's their time to have fun.
California State University, Stanislaus men's soccer head coach, Dana Taylor, has been all over the northern California region lately but this time with the San Jose Earthquakes East Valley U14 soccer team who competes in the Nor Cal League.
The first foundation game of the season, the prelude to the much anticipated start of league play, is less than a month away for Delhi High.
The last two seasons have been almost a dream for the Turlock Christian volleyball team who captured back-to-back section titles with coach Ken Wynne at the helm before he decided to retire on top.
The 2013 volleyball year was one to remember for the ages after the Hilmar Yellowjackets set a school record with a 38-10 regular season showing after they swept through the Trans Valley League with a perfect 12-0 posting.
Pitman volleyball is coming off one of the more successful years in head coach Kristen Pontes' career after amassing a record of 33-5 throughout the course of a difficult season and reaching the Division I section semifinals.
The Turlock Jr. Pride finished their inaugural season last year with more success than most programs in their first year band this season they expect there will be more ups than downs.
The losing streak is finally over for the Pitman High (8-13, 1-6) girls' basketball team after Thursday's Central California Conference showdown at home.
The last time the girls of Turlock High faced Merced High on the basketball court the Bulldogs were beat by double digits in their second league loss in as many league games. Turlock continued to fall short in the Central California Conference up until last week when it earned its first league win of the season against rival Pitman High.
Since dropping their first Central California Conference matchup last week to Golden Valley in devastating fashion, the Turlock High Bulldogs have quickly responded by winning two straight.
After a 3-0 start in the Central California Conference this season, the Turlock High Bulldogs were looking to make it four straight league wins at home, but Golden Valley became the spoilers of the night as they topped the 'Dogs, 55-52, after a big stop at the end that included a questionable call.
Denair High's wrestling team has once again gained control if its destiny with Wednesday's 57-18 win over Delhi High. Having lost their first dual of the season to Waterford High, the Coyotes (2-1 SAL) were pleased to find out that the Wildcats were handed their first league loss by Mariposa High on Wednesday. Denair is now in position to claim a share of the Southern Athletic League Championship if it can beat Mariposa when the two schools meet next week.
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