Two weeks into the Valley Oak League schedule, Oakdale High's girls tennis team sports a spotless record with four wins over conference foes.
It doesn't take much serious scrutiny to see why Oakdale High's varsity girls water polo is on the brink of another conference championship and run into the Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs.
ONLINE EXCLUSIVE - Oakdale High's varsity volleyball team landed two big wins over top-tier division I opponents this week, while water polo, tennis, golf and soccer teams battled against opponents on their respective schedules.
Oakdale High's soccer program rebounded from a rough start to the week while Mustang tennis and volleyball teams continued their fall success in recent action.
Oakdale High's freshman girls took first place among all competing teams in the small school division at the Sierra Invitational Cross Country Meet on Saturday, Sept. 10 at Legion Park in Modesto.
Oakdale High's senior center attacker on the varsity water polo team didn't wait long to show opposing programs why his dominance in the middle of the pool is to be feared.
ONLINE EXCLUSIVE -- Ripon High's first-year water polo program brought out a big fan base for their first ever home contest and Valley Foothill Conference match, but Oakdale's varsity boys broke away from a tight match with 10 unanswered goals and a 24-7 blowout on Wednesday.
Oakdale High volleyball, cross country and girls golf teams enjoyed some collective success during recent preseason and Valley Oak League action in the Sac-Joaquin Section.
When life serves you lemons you make lemonade, and when life serves you a volleyball you better dig that thing up.
Oakdale High's varsity boys cross country team exploded onto the 2011 scene with victories over Ceres and Central Valley in a three-way preseason showdown in Ceres on Thursday, Sept. 1. Erick Padilla finished first overall (18 minutes, 39 seconds) and Mario Jimenez was just behind in second (18 minutes, 54 seconds). Oakdale runners followed with three other sub-21 minute times on the 5,000-meter course.
On Sept. 2 and 3, Oakdale High's varsity girls water polo team landed a sixth place finish at the highly touted Central Valley Showdown in Clovis, while Oakdale's boys soccer team landed runner-up honors at the competitive Gregori Tournament.
Oakdale High senior and volleyball standout Justina Keith worked all summer to recover from a devastating injury that sidelined her for months. For more information on her injury, recovery and her contributions to the OHS volleyball team catch the Sept. 7 print edition of the Oakdale Leader.
ONLINE EXCLUSIVE -- A late rally gave Oakdale High's varsity volleyball team taste of a comeback in the third game, but Pitman netters capitalized on repeated kill attempts to steal a 3-0 victory from the host Mustangs in Oakdale's first official contest of the season on Wednesday.
The Oakdale Leader's second annual all-sports preview detailing the varsity programs at Oakdale High and their respective schedules will appear in the upcoming Aug. 31 edition of the Oakdale Leader. Be sure to collect your hard copy of this special preview edition of The Leader.
A come from behind win over Golden Valley advanced Oakdale High's summer baseball team into the semifinal round of the Oakdale hosted Vermulen Tournament on Saturday.
Families, friends and fans of Oakdale High School football gathered at the OHS gym on Monday night Jan. 19 to watch players from all three teams receive end of the season awards. Memories of the season where brought back to life including the freshman boys perfect season; the aches and injuries that lingered for the junior varsity boys; the varsity team's Section title and playoff run; and even the story of when varsity player Mike Norris ran from Escalon to The Corral for a practice in August because his transportation fell through. The ceremony wrapped up another successful year ...
First place team in the Valley Oak League (VOL), the Sierra Timberwolves, paid a visit to Oakdale High School on Saturday night, Jan. 24 in a varsity boys basketball game. The undersized Mustangs took the court and were over powered, over matched and overwhelmed, as the Wolves clawed their way through the Mustangs 58-18.