Since the prep golf season has an early postseason, Oakdale High's boys golf team had the first chance of any Spring program on campus to secure a Sac-Joaquin Section title. They made the most of this opportunity on May 8 at the Division IV SJS Championships at the Diablo Grande Golf and Country Club in Patterson.
Oakdale High senior golfer Ryan Jones carded a 70-stroke performance at The Reserve at Spanos Park in Stockton on Monday at the Sac-Joaquin Section Masters Championships. The effort allowed him to finish as the No. 2 individual to qualify for the NorCal Championships on May 21. For more information on Jones and Oakdale's Division IV Champion golf team, catch the Wednesday, May 16 print edition of the Oakdale Leader.
The tumultuous Valley Oak League baseball schedule has battered seven of the eight league programs for at least five conference defeats and left a mess of potential playoff seeds as five programs remain in contention for the final two postseason qualifications with just one two-game series remaining.
Oakdale H.S. • Track & Field Oakdale High's sophomore talent, Kyle Peterson, hasn't waited long to continue the tradition of excellent Mustang track and field throwers like Tim House and Marco Camacho. Paterson heaved a 159 foot, 10 inch distance to win the Sacramento Meet of Champions and added a 160-2 toss to win a meet against Sonora just a few days later. Peterson is the No. 2 sophomore in the state according to athletic.net ...
After an undefeated Valley Oak League varsity girls title and a 5-2 showing from the varsity boys, Oakdale High's track and field program began the first step of a difficult postseason schedule by tackling a tough field of competitors at the VOL championships on May 5 at Sierra High.
A loss to hard-hitting Kimball put Oakdale High's Valley Oak League softball championship in jeopardy, but the wheel of fortune spun Oakdale's way during a 1-0 thriller over playoff-bound Sierra on April 30.
Ryan Jones shot a 75 at the par-72 Diablo Grande Country Club on April 30 to lead Oakdale High's boys golf team to a one-sided Valley Oak League Finals victory and sole rights to the conference title.
The tennis season is over for Oakdale High racketeers, but Mustang competitors left the court with a little piece of Valley Oak League dignity on April 24 and 26 during singles and doubles championship league tournaments.
May 8, 10, 11 and 14 will mark the official start to the Sac-Joaquin Section postseason for prep swim, soccer, golf and softball programs. Oakdale High athletes that haven't already locked up a trip to events on those dates have been hungrily working toward that honor. Following is summary of recent Oakdale prep action.
When Valley Oak League track and field coaches not named Dave Bacigalupi have nightmares, they typically dream of Oakdale High uniforms.
Oakdale High's varsity boys baseball team landed two comfortable wins over Manteca on April 25 and 27 to sweep the Buffaloes and move one step closer to a conference title.
Oakdale H.S. The competitive Valley Oak League swimming standings have long been ruled by the likes of Sierra and Sonora, but Oakdale's recent dominance has begun a whole new tradition of excellence in the conference. Oakdale cruised past the Sonora boys and edged the Sonora girls by a slim margin to claim an undefeated VOL title on April 19. Oakdale's relay teams were perfect in the pool all season to lead the program and were ...
Fantastic depth and strong individual performances from Oakdale High's varsity girls track team carried the program to yet another standout collective performance as the Mustang's edged VOL stalwart, Sierra, on April 26. The win carried Oakdale to an eighth straight conference title and incredible 58th straight conference dual meet win. To read more on Oakdale's run to another league championship, nab the May 2 print edition of the Oakdale Leader.
Oakdale H.S./Texas Southern Univerity Softball Class of 2011 Oakdale High graduate Brianna Parker didn't wait long for her presence to be known at the college level. The Texas Southern University true freshman erupted for a tremendous performance during a two-game series with Southern University on April 13 and 14. Parker smashed five hits during nine total at bats, crushed her first college grand slam, had two doubles and an incredible nine RBIs, two runs and ...
Trailing Sonora with one event to go, Oakdale High's girls swim team needed to take both first and third in the final event - the 400 yard freestyle relay - to escape the clutches of the host Wildcats with a victory and subsequent league championship.
Fresh off a 4-3 run through the ultra-tough High Sierra Tournament in Reno, Oakdale High's battle-tested volleyball players made short work of Beyer, Merced and Ripon in consecutive matches on consecutive days. The Lady Mustangs beat all three teams in three games, handling Beyer in 25-11, 25-11, 26-24 scores while Merced fell 25-10, 25-12, 25-20 and Ripon was downed 25-11, 25-20, 25-13. <p class="MsoNoSpacing" style="text-align: ...
Oakdale High's freshman football team got the ball rolling with a 21-20 victory over Turlock on Friday, setting the table for thrilling games across all three levels. The junior varsity team rallied behind a Ben Solario rushing touchdown with 7:51 to play to force a 13-13 tie, but surrendered a 60-yard Turlock touchdown scamper with only 30 seconds left in the game. Solario also scored on a trap play ...
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Before Russell Wilson, Robert Griffin III and Collin Kaepernick were befuddling NFL defenders with the read-option, Turlock High quarterback Sean Downs was doing it perfectly at THS.
Sandy beaches, world-renowned wildlife habitats, perhaps the greatest climate in the world and the future home of Oakdale High softball star Lauren Sanders.
Incoming Oakdale High junior Shelby Stender can add more accolade onto her already terrific prep career.
Top talent from across nearby Sac-Joaquin Section schools gathered at Golden Valley High on Friday, June 28, and gave four Oakdale High graduates a shot at one more game to represent the Mustangs. Oakdale and the North ultimately fell to Central Section schools on the South roster in an overtime thriller.
Top talent from across nearby Sac-Joaquin Section schools gathered at Golden Valley High on Friday, June 28, gave four Oakdale High graduates a shot at one more game to represent the Mustangs. Oakdale and the North ultimately fell to Central Section schools on the South roster in an overtime thriller. For additional photos and information, catch the July 3 print edition of the Oakdale Leader.