Oakdale High junior Dezirae Pennington had better tie those laces tight, because she's bound to leap right out of those shoes.
It didn't take long for the 12 underclassmen on Oakdale High's varsity girls soccer team to grasp how strong the upper tier of the Valley Oak League truly is.
Diamonds are forever. It's not a jewelry advertisement as much as a motto for Oakdale High softball players. Lady Mustang graduates are about as common a sight on college softball diamonds as the bases. By last count, seven Oakdale alumni are currently enjoying an active position on a college roster, while Mustang grad and former Humboldt University slugger, Alicia Reid, is now an ...
Members of the 400 yard boys freestyle relay team from Oakdale High's 2009 swim program may need to sit down for this.
The only thing missing from last year's boy's golf season was a glass golf shoe that could only fit Oakdale High golfer and current Modesto Junior College standout, Ryan Jones.
Between Bryce Dyrda's no-hit baseball gem, a bounty of doubles tennis success, a spectacular junior varsity softball outing and a 12-0 soccer win, the recent exploits of Oakdale High athletes has been a thrill to follow. Below is a summary of recent action. Baseball Oakdale (2-4) went 1-2 in the Pedretti Tournament on March 7, 8 and 9 after a 3-0 shutout ...
A lot of doors have opened up for lifetime Oakdale resident Mark Ichord since he started a business in his own garage in 1989. Of course it helps that he built those doors, and he has never strayed too far from the garage. The local businessman and his wife Sandy are the proud owners and operators of Ichord Overhead Doors, an Oakdale business that constructs and ...
The girls soccer team that escapes Valley Oak League play with a conference championship this year is going to enter the Sac-Joaquin Section postseason like an apple that hit every branch on the way down.
The state medal draped around the neck of Oakdale High sophomore Nico Colunga couldn't fit better if it was sized and measured at the Men's Wearhouse.
You don't need shoulder pads or a singlet to showcase new muscles. Sometimes you just need a forehand or backhand.
Blood from open cuts streamed down the face of Oakdale Mixed Martial Arts Academy Fighter Justin Smitley like war paint as he was hoisted up by his brother Brad McDonald after a thrilling three-round battle in the main event of the Art of War Stand and Deliver fight card on Saturday.