The Turlock High girls' golf team is only one match away from winning their 11th consecutive Central California Conference title, after beating Pitman on Thursday in the regular season finale at Stevinson Ranch by a score of 230-272.
Former Turlock High baseball players are being recruited to reunite on Saturday for the third annual Turlock High Alumni Baseball game.
Turlock High edged out cross-town rival Pitman High on its home court Thursday afternoon, 6-3, in the Bulldogs' second consecutive undefeated championship season. With the win, Turlock claimed its 8th consecutive Central California Conference title-7th outright-and secured three spots in the upcoming CCC Singles Tournament.
Delhi and Denair High have searched for the same thing all season - Southern Athletic League victory.
The first time Delhi and Denair High's boys' soccer teams met on the field last month, it was a lopsided victory for the Hawks of Delhi over the Coyotes with a 6-1 win, but this time it was much closer than that.
Results from the second Central California Conference Cross Country Center Meet, held at Buhach Colony High on Wednesday, virtually mirrors those of the league's first Center Meet which was held three weeks ago.
Only a month is left of league play for local volleyball teams and Turlock High looks to make a run into the postseason with one of the youngest teams in the Central California Conference.
Turlock High picked up its third tie in Central California Conference play Thursday afternoon after its boys blew a second half lead for the second consecutive match.
One win, one loss. That was how both contests for Turlock High's varsity water polo ended after Thursday's Central California Conference matchup against the visiting Merced High squad.
The Turlock High varsity volleyball team bounced back from their 3-2 loss to Atwater on Monday with a 3-0, (25-19, 25-20 and 27-25) victory over Merced on Wednesday. The 'Dogs are now 3-1 in the Central California Conference, making it their best start in league since the 2006 season.
The Pitman Pride's water polo teams swept visiting Golden Valley High School on Thursday afternoon with both the boys' and girls' varsity teams finishing up 17-6, and 11-7, respectively against the Cougars.
It's been almost a full two weeks since the majority of local volleyball teams started league competition, with Trans Valley League teams being the exception. The late start to league-play has resulted in slim pickings for Hilmar High's volleyball team in terms of opponents, but on Thursday the Yellowjackets managed to lure Los Banos High to their homecourt during a bye week for the Tigers.
It was a battle between the two winless soccer teams in the Central California Conference.
Pitman High's girls' tennis team fell, 3-6, to Central California Conference foe Atwater for the first time in Doug Reimers stint as the head coach.
Two failed penalty kicks cost the Pitman High boys soccer team an opportunity to go up two-games in the Central California Conference, after Atwater came into town and beat out the Pride in a 2-0 shutout on Thursday.
All Turlock High had to do to beat Atwater High on Thursday was show up to the Turlock Golf and Country Club with a complete team. With only four golfers, the Falcons were forced to forfeit to the Bulldogs in the third Central California Conference match of the season.
It's not unheard of for a team to play with a person down due to injury, illness or other unforeseen circumstances. Playing with two holes in your starting lineup, however, is rare and hard to recover from, especially when the missing players fill important positions like third base and catcher.
Pitman High junior Rayana Plancarte scored two goals in the second half of Thursday's game as the Pride controlled the tempo for the remainder of the contest and shutout their Central California Conference foe, Atwater, 2-0.
Coming off a 0-1 loss to Atwater late in the game, the Pitman Pride softball team was quick to learn from the loss and move on as they toppled Buhach Colony at home on Wednesday with a 5-1 win behind the arm of starter Alexis Mettler.
It had been nearly five years since the Turlock High varsity softball team defeated Merced and after half a decade of turmoil the Bulldogs ended the streak with a remarkable 4-3 win on Wednesday afternoon.
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