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Hilmar volleyball clinches TVL title
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The Hilmar High Yellowjackets remain perfect in league at 11-0 with just one game remaining (Journal file photo).

The Hilmar High Yellowjackets remain perfect in league at 11-0 with just one game remaining.

This after the ‘Jackets brought down Riverbank in Monday’s senior night contest that saw them win 3-0.

After 11 league games played, Hilmar has only fell in one set for the season.

Ripon was that team which beat them in one set, but they are currently 9-2 in league, trailing just Hilmar.

The win also secured Hilmar’s fourth straight win, and their 13th victory out of the last 14 games.

Hilmar, which has clinched the Trans Valley League title already, earned a berth to the Sac-Joaquin Section Division-IV playoffs.

Hilmar closes out the year on the road at Livingston at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.


Turlock and Pitman High varsity boys water polo keep on winning

Since Turlock High varsity boys water polo defeated Pitman in their first meeting of the year, both have just continued to win games.

Turlock’s win streak is currently at nine games.

Their last loss came at the hands of Buhach Colony, 5-4, back on Sept. 17.

Since then, the Turlock offense has scored eight or more goals in all of those games, including five where 10 or more goals were scored.

The most recent win for Turlock came on Monday in a 13-9 victory over Modesto High, to remain undefeated in league at 8-0.

Trailing Turlock is Pitman, which is currently 7-1 in league play and have won three consecutive, including 10 of the last 11 games.

Pitman recently toppled Downey on the road in a 14-4 victory on Monday and with just two games left, they must win out in order to possibly contend for a tiebreaker for a league title with Turlock in the season finale.

Pitman will next take on Enochs on the road at 6 p.m. Wednesday.



Turlock girls water polo remains perfect at 8-0

The Turlock High varsity girls water polo team is still perfect in league play after defeating Modesto, 12-1, on Monday afternoon on the road in their penultimate game of the year.

Following the victory, Turlock, which is 8-0 in league, has won three of the last five games played with just a pair of games left.

Turlock is currently sitting with an overall record of 13-6 to go with their undefeated league record in the Central California Athletic League.

Turlock will next host Downey for senior night at 3 p.m. Wednesday.