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.
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
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.
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.
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
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.
Hard times on the hardwood as the OHS varsity girls have lost three straight games. Oakdale dropped a pair of home games this week to visiting Manteca and East Union this past week.