The days of Tokay showing up to the Corral for the Oakdale Mustangs' final preseason tune up are a distant memory and now it's the Central Catholic Raiders who brought their army up for final action leading up to the important non-league schedule.
With the Valley Oak League schedule days from opening the Oakdale High varsity volleyball team looks to be taking their games to the next level after a strong performance in the High Sierra Volleyball Tournament in Reno, Nevada on Sept. 4-5.
All the speculation about the structure of the upcoming postseason action and league realignment formats in the Sac-Joaquin Section can come to an end as the 2009-10 realignment plan is set in stone.
Anytime you can get a pair of victories against Sonora High that is a good thing and that is exactly how the Oakdale High water polo program finished their action against the Wildcats in a Sept. 4 non-league battle.
The Oakdale High tennis team is kicking off its season in the right direction, racing out to an undefeated start in Valley Oak League action after three straight victories. The Lady Mustangs have throttled each team they have seen in league play, pushing themselves to the top of the pack on the VOL courts.
There were no referees, no huge crowd of cheering fans watching, yet when the Oakdale High varsity football team suited up for its annual Red-Gold scrimmage it was obvious football season had arrived.
The Oakdale Lady Mustangs golf team welcomed the defending champion East Union Lancers to the always daunting Oakdale Golf Country Club on Aug. 28 for an early season preview of what both teams bring to the greens.
The Oakdale High Cross Country program kicked their season into gear with the Red-Gold Fox Trot intrasquad race around the Oakdale High campus Aug. 28 for both the boys and the girls squads.
There is a huge difference in preparing for the beginning of a new season and preparing to win a championship in that new season, yet it usually is one and the same for the fall sports programs at Oakdale High School.
After flourishing under the guidance of president Mike Stastny and his wife Ana, the Oakdale High Sports Boosters Club will turn to Oakdale native Kevin Brunk and his wife Cheryl to direct the sports boosters club in what may be the most important time in the booster's history.The Brunks are longtime members of the boosters club, yet are honored to be the new top face of one of the city's most recognized volunteer organizations."Cheryl and ...
Many of the faces will be new, but the expectations and the demands of Oakdale Lady Mustang volleyball head coach Shelli Ponce will not vary too much. Like each and every season the Oakdale head coach will be focused on guiding her team to the Valley Oak League title and recently the team took steps in the sand to do just that.Ponce organized a varsity team getaway to the beaches of the Watsonville area, bringing ...
When our country reflects on the eight-year anniversary for 9-11 this September, the Oakdale Mustangs will be preparing for revenge on the Turlock Bulldogs.Turlock played the role of the rude host, keeping the Mustangs off of the scoreboard for the entire first half and then watching Bulldog Theron Gallegos roll over the Mustangs for 200-plus yard on 30 carries for a season opening loss in Turlock.Oakdale will have to work hard to put the loss ...
It is not by chance that the Oakdale High baseball team has continued its stranglehold on its Valley Oak League foes and the program is looking to continue its dominance as they bring the 2009 summer season to a close.Oakdale wrapped up a two-month schedule, which had the team competing in several tournaments and double-header contests over the past 60 days in hopes of strengthening one of the Central Valley's more successful baseball programs.Oakdale made ...
It has been a short period of time since water polo has come onto the horizon in Oakdale, yet if the Oakdale High boys and girls varsity programs' berth into the Sac-Joaquin Section tournament this past season didn't open the community's eyes, the group's newest accomplishment surely will.
When you think of the basketball season thoughts often drift to holiday tournaments and early spring postseason action, but the real growth and maturity comes when teams take to the hardwood during the ridiculously hot summer months.
She doesn't deny it.
If you play chess with 2013 Oakdale High graduate Eddie Machado, you had better not put him in check.
With direct sunlight now absent from the immaculate baseball diamond at John Thurman field on June 8, ninth-inning temperatures dipped from their previous 110-degree mark to a welcoming 85 degrees.
The easiest way to track the location of Oakdale High thrower Hannah Chappell at the 2013 California Interscholastic Federation State Track and Field Championships in Clovis was to listen closely to the murmuring whispers that followed her every move.
Recent Oakdale High graduates have another chance to extend the legacy of their prep careers before leaving high school memories in their dust.
Over 230,000 students from 190 different high schools make up the prestigious athletic conference known as the Sac-Joaquin Section. Only two of those students can claim rights to the SJS Track and Field championship in the discus, and they are both Oakdale High Mustangs. Junior Kyle Peterson and freshman Hannah Chappell stunned the field of top opposition with heroic heaves in the event finals, both securing ...
The hulking frame of 6 foot, 2 inch 225-pound senior receiver/tight end Austin Jones made for a spectacular target for Oakdale High classmate Spencer Thomas, and will be an asset for Willamette University quarterbacks, going forward.
The senior to freshman connection of Jill Kahler to Madison Feuerstein was good for two thrilling scores and a 2-1 upset victory for Oakdale High's girls soccer team in the quarterfinal round of the Sac-Joaquin Section Division III playoffs on May 9.