Wednesday marked the halfway point of the Trans Valley League season for the Hilmar varsity volleyball team as they hosted league rival and second place Escalon High. The squad had an opportunity to take the sole position of first place in the league and they didn't let it slip by them.
Hilmar (4-0) delayed their domination of Ripon (1-2) High on the volleyball court after a sluggish second game that unfortunately resulted in a match loss in Wednesday's home Trans Valley League contest.
The Lady Pride notched nine goals in the first half of Thursday's home Central California Conference showdown against Buhach Colony High, as they held on to secure Pitman's second league win of the season, 12-9.
If the Hilmar High varsity volleyball team continues to execute their game-plan like they did on Monday night, then the opposing teams are going to find it very difficult during league play to top the Yellowjackets.
Erica Crain and the 2015 lady Prides' Central California Conference opener was a big success on Thursday when the water polo team hosted Atwater in a lengthy game that went into two extra periods of play.
For the first time since 2009, the Turlock Christian High varsity football team has won two out of their last three games (which includes last season's finale). The Eagles defeated Delta, 50-22, on Friday in the team's home opener.