The high school regular season for wrestling might have concluded back in March, but the Flo Reno World's Tournament took place this past weekend and it welcomed the best of the best from the country and Pitman High crowned a champion.
The Turlock Christian varsity baseball team lost for the first time this season after meeting Millennium High for the second time in a Central California Athletic Alliance matchup on Wednesday afternoon.
The Turlock Christian High Eagles varsity baseball team are off to the program's best start since 2007 (10-1) after defeating Brookside Christian in a close league match that ended 4-3 on Wednesday from Pedretti Park.
Turlock's two high schools have called the Central California Conference the home of their athletic league play for quite some time, with Turlock High School serving as one of its founding members and Pitman High School finishing up its 13th season within the conference. Now, thanks to a realignment of the Sac-Joaquin Section, the Bulldogs and the Pride are set to join the Modesto Metro Conference come August 2018.
The start of league couldn't have gone any better for the Pitman Pride varsity baseball team when they traveled on the road to take on the Atwater High Falcons on Monday afternoon in what resulted in a mercy-rule win.
Hilmar and Turlock High's varsity girls' soccer teams had outstanding seasons during the 2016-17 campaign that saw each win a league title and earn postseason berths, and Emily Vieira (Hilmar) and Daisy Martinez (Turlock) were big reasons why their teams succeeded.