The varsity girls water polo team improved to 5-2 following an intense 11-10 victory over Lodi on Tuesday, Sept. 20. Oakdale found themselves in a 4-1 deficit following the first period. Oakdale shook out the cobwebs and scored three goals in the second period to trail 7-4 at the half. Never out of a game, the defending CIF Sac-Joaquin Section champions outscored Lodi 7-3 in the second half for the win.
Approaching the midway point of the fall Valley Oak League schedule for the Oakdale Lady Mustangs, Oakdale's golf, volleyball and tennis teams were all in action this past week. Following is a recap of the action.
While visiting a favorite fishing website of mine, a group of anglers were discussing fishing and sharing memories of catching their first fish. Can you remember yours? Mine was a Bluegill out of Lake Camanche while camping with my family. I can't remember the fight as well as I remember the feeling of accomplishment. As they say, "I was hooked!" When that camping trip ended, I must have driven my parents crazy while begging them to take me fishing again. Fortunately, my dad also liked to fish. We fished together almost every weekend it seemed. As I got older ...
September 28, 2016|
By JAROD BALLARDO
This past Saturday, Oakdale High School Cross Country teams traveled to Elkhorn Country Club in Stockton to take part in the 2016 University of the Pacific (UOP) Tiger Invitational. With dozens of schools in attendance for the big races, it was Oakdale's freshman and sophomore girls team that shined the brightest for the Mustangs.
The Ceres Seahawks swooped into Oakdale to take on the Stampede over the weekend in Cen-Cal Youth Football action. Oakdale's Peewee team began the day with a 19-0 loss. Things did not get better as the junior varsity squad fell 38-8 to Ceres. The JV Seahawks entered the game having not allowed a single point this season, but Oakdale snapped that streak on a touchdown.
Oakdale's cross country teams headed to Eagle Lakes of Tracy for the Valley Oak League (VOL) Cluster #1 on Wednesday, Sept. 14. The eight teams from the league competed on the grueling course. Oakdale's varsity girls competed in the five kilometer race as three members of the team finished in the top ten. Freshman Karina Prado placed third overall in the race with a 21:04 time. One second separated senior Kristin Aguilar and freshman Kayden Legan as the senior finished seventh (22:14) with Legan just a step behind (22:15).
Simon Pagenaud went "wire to wire" to claim the victory at the GoPro Sonoma Grand Prix in his Team Penske/Hewlett Packard #22 Chevy this weekend. After capturing his fourth pole qualifying position of the season, Pagenaud dominated the race, leading 76 of the 85 laps in the race over the difficult Sonoma Wine Country road course. With the victory, he also captured the 2016 Verizon Indy Car Season Championship. Entering the event, only his Penske teammate Will Power, also had a chance to claim the season championship. Entering this final season double points event, Power trailed Pagenaud by a ...
September 21, 2016|
By MIKE BURGHARDT
Oakdale's varsity football team took a road trip to Moraga to take on the Cougars of Campolindo on Friday night, Sept. 16. The Mustangs overcame a slow start to defeat the Cougars 28-21. Down 7-0 after the first quarter, Oakdale scored two touchdowns in the second quarter to tie the game at 14 as the first half came to a close.
With the summer like conditions we've been having lately the inexperienced angler tends to believe that the fishing conditions are the same as the summer. After all, the days are just as hot, and the waterways are as busy as any other summer day. What most anglers fail to notice is the evenings we've been having. Our days are getting shorter and our nights are getting cooler. This change has a huge effect on the fish as the extended hours of darkness combined with the cooler nighttime temperatures has significantly dropped the water temperatures. Most fish species by ...
September 21, 2016|
By JAROD BALLARDO