Oakdale High athletes saw a roller coaster of ups and downs during recent conference and tournament action on their respective fields of play. Following is a summary of recent results for Oakdale girls soccer, boys tennis, track and field, golf and softball teams.
With six games left on the Valley Oak League schedule, a championship is hardly a guarantee for Oakdale High's varsity baseball team.
Oakdale H.S. It's becoming a dynasty. Oakdale High's varsity girls track and field program extended their streak of conference wins to 56 straight on April 5 during a dominant win over Manteca. The program went on to easily outpoint a field of 16 local teams for top honors at the Modesto Junior College Invitational three days later. The team, which is supported by a terrific collection of sprinters, distance runners, jumpers and throwers, is easily ...
One by one Shelby Reali's coaches and parents took center stage to speak to a vast crowd of friends and youth softball players at Rainbow Fields in Riverbank on April 4.
Oakdale High track and field, softball, tennis and golf teams saw action despite recent poor weather conditions. Following is a summary of prep results.
Oakdale H.S. • Softball Lady Mustang senior softball player Stephanie Fauria enjoyed the highlight of her prep career to date on March 29 during an important Valley Oak League showdown with longtime conference stalwart, East Union. Fauria smashed a two-run home run over the left field fence for two big runs during a three-run fourth inning. Oakdale rallied to win 9-4 and improve to a 4-0 VOL mark, 9-0-1 overall. Fauria earns Athlete of the ...
After emerging the victor against two of the Valley Oak League's toughest programs, Oakdale is in the driver's seat for a conference title.
March ended with a flurry of Valley Oak League activity as Oakdale High girls soccer, swimming, boys tennis and boys golf teams took on conference opponents.
Oakdale High senior Andy Morris can add 'Captain Clutch' to the barrage of monikers he's likely to receive before his high school career is over.
No slow clap needed. Oakdale High track and field standout senior Manny Hernandez arced his body over a height of six feet, eight inches to tie a school record and land the second-best mark in the state during Oakdale's complete program sweep of Lathrop on Thursday. Hernandez erupted into celebration after his historic jump (he later narrowly missed 6-10), and watched teammate Carly Rogers soar to a school record at 11-1 ¼ in pole vault ...
With two of the best programs in the conference closing in on the league schedule, Oakdale High's boys golf team needed superb scores to take an early lead In the Valley Oak League title race. They did just that after a stunning 196-214 victory over returning co-VOL champs East Union on March 20. Two days later, Oakdale again dropped below the elusive 200 mark with a 199-224 rout of Kimball.
The skies stayed clear for a recent run of Valley Oak League action as Oakdale High track and field, baseball and swim programs battled to continue unbeaten stanzas of action.
After involvement with Oakdale High's Academic Decathlon Team, Rotary Interact, Science Olympiad, Model UN … (deep breath)… 4-H, the Gay-Straight Alliance and California Scholarship Federation, it is no small miracle that Mustang senior Paul Perrone finds enough time to finish his homework and play varsity tennis.
Smiles don't get much bigger than when they are beaming from the likes of Oakdale seniors Kristen Brunk, Jessica Gomez and Nicole Armstrong.
It was a tremendous Tuesday. On March 20, huge Valley Oak League contests swung Oakdale's way as Mustang golf and softball teams battled to important conference victories against their toughest conference opposition. Softball Oakdale High senior pitcher Shelby Reali is going to have to don a red cape if she keeps this up. Reali out-dueled Sierra standout Allie Walljasper in a thrilling 1-0 Oakdale victory for the VOL lead on March 20. Reali kept runners ...
The raw athleticism of Oakdale High athletes was on emphatic display during Saturday's Valley Oak League track and field championships at Sierra High School in Manteca, as 12 varsity competitors earned tickets to the Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV-V Championships and 11 frosh-soph competitors won their events.
A cheery busload of Oakdale High students will arrive at Tokay High in Lodi on Thursday, May 9, for the first day of what has become the pinnacle moment of prep swimming - the Sac-Joaquin Section Masters Championships.
Extra contests are a lock for Oakdale High softball, soccer and baseball players, who excelled in Valley Oak League action to earn a trip into the postseason. Following is a summary of recent action and a look at upcoming playoff games.
With four games to play, Oakdale High's varsity girls soccer delivered a stunning flurry of goals to outscore opponents 8-1, oust Manteca 3-0 and clinch a spot in the playoffs with a clutch 3-0 win over Sonora on April 30.
Scores from Danae Rose, Gabby Acosta and Jill Kahler propelled Oakdale High's varsity girls soccer team to a 3-0 win over host Sonora on Tuesday, effectively sealing the third and final seed from the Valley Oak League into the Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs.
In a week where the top honor could have easily emerged from several spring sports athletes, the Oakdale High baseball team made it impossible to single out any individual. The team rallied behind tremendous pitching and timely hitting to complement flawless defense en route to back-to-back victories over previously unbeaten Manteca.
ONLINE EXCLUSIVE - The fate of Oakdale High's varsity girls soccer team will be decided during Tuesday's showdown, April 30, at rival Sonora.
It doesn't get much better than this. The remaining contests on Oakdale High's Valley Oak League sports schedules are responsible for a bubbling anticipation of finality as the Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs loom on the horizon. Following is a summary of recent action, with only Oakdale boys tennis (fourth place in the VOL) out of the postseason hunt. Baseball <p ...
The Sonora-Oakdale High rivalry has only one year left, and Mustang swimmers made the most of their most recent meeting with boys and girls victories on April 19 to award the program sole rights to the Valley Oak League boys title and a girls co-champoinship with Ripon.