The Sac-Joaquin Section Boys Golf Masters Championships proved to be the final stop of the season for three local golfers who hit the green at the Reserve at Spanos Park on Monday with aspirations for NorCal.
Turlock High tore through the Central California Conference this season and beat the Bulldogs of Folsom High handedly in the second round of the Sac-Joaquin Section Division I Boys Team Tennis Championships, but on Monday it met its match in Jesuit High.
Cody Cornell (7-0), pitched six innings, allowed only three runs on four hits and Marcus Lopez retired the final three outs as the Turlock High Bulldogs defeated Bear Creek, 11-5, at home on Monday in the first round of the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Division I Tournament.
Turlock High did its job to finish second in the Central California Conference this week, sweeping Buhach Colony High in a double header that also earned its boys the eight seed in the upcoming Sac-Joaquin Section Division I Baseball South Championships.
Pitman High varsity diver Natasha Sondeno is used to diving into any challenge, whether it's in and out of the pool.
Heading towards the end of the Turlock National Little League 2015 season, each team without a postseason spot is battling it out for an opportunity to play an extra game or perhaps finish atop the standings when the year ends.
The 2015 season is just days from concluding and the playoffs are right around the corner for local Little League majors and minors players from the Turlock American League.
Adam Groesbeck flourished in baseball as a Turlock High Bulldog after he led the team in batting average (.392) during his senior season in 2013 and since then the sky has been the limit at the U.S. Air Force Academy.
The 2015 regular season concluded on Wednesday for local high school softball teams and Pitman (20-6) ended their year with the best regular season record and as the first softball team in school history to reach 20 wins after defeating cross town rivals, Turlock High, 13-0.
The mood what light and loose in Pitman High's dugout on Wednesday when the Pride hosted Golden Valley High in the final baseball game of the 2015 Central California Conference season. A day removed from dominating the Cougars 14-1 through five innings, the Pride (22-5 overall, 13-2 CCC) knew that they would soon be celebrating the best regular season performance in Pitman High baseball history with the program's first ever CCC championship victory.
Life on the baseball diamond was tough for Hilmar High this year. After finishing in a two-way tie for third place in the Trans Valley League the previous season, the Yellowjackets entered 2015 with a youthful enthusiasm that was reflective of their roster and of their expectations.
It was a war of attrition when Turlock High hosted rival Pitman High in the final Central California Conference girls soccer match of the season on Thursday. The Bulldogs (10-2-3 CCC) entered the match with only a half a game lead over Merced High and needing a tie or a win to secure their fourth consecutive CCC championship. Still, Turlock hit the pitch aggressively looking to end its season in the winner's column before ultimately finishing in a deadlock with the Pride, 0-0.
The Turlock High Bulldogs boys' tennis team sent two squads into the semifinal round of Thursday's Central California doubles tournament that was hosted in Atwater High.
There will soon be a soccer shakeup in the Sac-Joaquin Section. After years of failed proposals to take boys and girls soccer out of their respective fall and spring seasons, the SJS board recently approved moving both boys and girls soccer to the winter season and align its schedule with the California Interscholastic Federation's official season of sport for soccer.
Pitman and Turlock High competed in the Central California Conference Center Meet in Atwater High for the third time this season, and for the third time in a row, the Pitman varsity girls won, while the boys boasted their second win in three meets on Wednesday afternoon.
Wednesday night marked a historical and one of the more strange endings in Turlock and Pitman High wrestling dual history.
Softball pitcher Mariah Gonzalez has come a long way since her freshman year at Turlock High.
Pitman scored 27 points in the fourth quarter of Wednesday's Central California Conference meeting with Merced High and the Pride went on to win ...
The Turlock Bulldogs are now 6-0 to begin league play after a tight win over Atwater High on Wednesday that ended at 50-47.
The Turlock Bulldogs (3-1) handed Merced High their biggest defeat in the history between the two schools with a walloping 76-0 victory on the mat ...
For the first time since 2013, the Pitman High varsity wrestling team lost.
For the first time in school history, the Delhi varsity wrestling team (2-2) defeated Denair High (0-3-1) after their league dual on Wednesday.
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