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Central California Conference All League MVP -- Brett Fogelberg, Merced Goalie -- Kaden Verdin, Buhach Colony First Team Isaac Santana, Merced; Matt Cagle, Merced; Connor Hoppe, Golden Valley; Andrew Blackwood, Buhach Colony; Josh Heller, Atwater;
Don't tell the Buhach Colony softball team they have nothing to play for in the final two weeks...The Thunder played the role of spoilers on Monday, handing Atwater a 3-2 loss to create a three-way tie atop the Central California Conference standings.
Teo Chiesa 76, Tyler Gomes 77, Zevey Lopez 84, Hayden Sparks 89, Zack Cederlind 93. Kodi Null 81, Daniel Col 82, Devin Ciriaco 84, Jake Kantor 92, Gabe Mejia 108, Joseph Romero 108. Audun Montague 89, Cody Smiley 91, Dominic Garcia 92, Travis Tuhn 92,
tool goes here Tuesday, Mar. 06, 2012 Girls Basketall All-Central California Conference All-Central California Conference MVP -- Dalonna Jones, Merced First Team Mari Valdez, Atwater Jessica Silva, Buhach Colony Allison Wisdom, Buhach Colony Shilo
Shannon Kirn/Priscilla Buron (BC) 6-0, 6-1, Rosalena Duran/Norma Anguiano (A) d. Bree Wheeler/Gabby Khasha (P) 6-0, 6-0, Jillian Temple/Lizette Duarte (T) d. Rachel Pritchard/Sallie Acosta (P) 6-0, 7-5, Hushee Lee/Jamille Tiu (GV) d. Katrina Santiago/
Small is headed to The University of Wisconsin-Stout to play football. The Thunder receiver visited the Division III school two weeks ago during spring break and liked what he saw. "I'm very happy," Small said. "I couldn't be more excited. I get to
Hernandez, Golden Valley Jaquari People, Merced Andrew Jaurique, Merced Honorable Mention: Daivd Gianesin, Pitman; Johnathan Mesa, Merced; Ben Finister, Atwater; Dashawn Holcome, Turlock; Mark Durbin, Golden Valley; Paul Vasquez, Buhach Colony.
Bryant Brown, Golden Valley WR -- Shea Patterson, Pitman TE -- Carlos Macias, Buhach Colony DL -- J.J. Corn, Buhach Colony DL -- Will Sanchez, Golden Valley DL -- Kaze Villarial, Turlock DL -- Johnny Padilla, Turlock DE/OLB -- D.J.
Atwater is winless no more and there are several reasons why. The Falcon defense made yet another high-scoring offense look mediocre, holding Turlock well below its 36 points-per-game average. The offense was finally able to move the ball, chewing up
Even two years ago as a freshman, the Golden Valley volleyball star had a hard time biting her tongue. "I would say something," Sykes said. "They probably just didn't listen. They just thought, 'OK, she's just a little freshman.' "Now, they listen."