Winding their way through a three-game stretch on the road, the Oakdale Stampede squads traveled to Pacheco High School to clash with the Wildcats. In week six action, the second of a three game road trip was a successful one for two of the three Stampede clubs.
The "Mini Mustangs" had the chance to be front and center at Friday night's Oakdale Mustangs JV and varsity football games, but rest assured, there was nothing 'mini' about the varsity Mustangs performance Friday night. Oakdale scored 40 first-half points to make short work of the visiting Kimball Jaguars in the 40-14 varsity football victory.
The Mustangs returned to Daniel Teicheira Memorial Stadium for the first time in two seasons on Friday night, Sept. 23. Last time they faced off against the Sierra Timberwolves on the road, Oakdale fell 31-20. Fast forward to 2016 and another instant classic was born. This time it was Oakdale who came out on top with a 28-25 road win.
September 28, 2016|
By DENNIS D. CRUZ
The varsity girls water polo team improved to 5-2 following an intense 11-10 victory over Lodi on Tuesday, Sept. 20. Oakdale found themselves in a 4-1 deficit following the first period. Oakdale shook out the cobwebs and scored three goals in the second period to trail 7-4 at the half. Never out of a game, the defending CIF Sac-Joaquin Section champions outscored Lodi 7-3 in the second half for the win.
Approaching the midway point of the fall Valley Oak League schedule for the Oakdale Lady Mustangs, Oakdale's golf, volleyball and tennis teams were all in action this past week. Following is a recap of the action.
While visiting a favorite fishing website of mine, a group of anglers were discussing fishing and sharing memories of catching their first fish. Can you remember yours? Mine was a Bluegill out of Lake Camanche while camping with my family. I can't remember the fight as well as I remember the feeling of accomplishment. As they say, "I was hooked!" When that camping trip ended, I must have driven my parents crazy while begging them to take me fishing again. Fortunately, my dad also liked to fish. We fished together almost every weekend it seemed. As I got older ...
September 28, 2016|
By JAROD BALLARDO
This past Saturday, Oakdale High School Cross Country teams traveled to Elkhorn Country Club in Stockton to take part in the 2016 University of the Pacific (UOP) Tiger Invitational. With dozens of schools in attendance for the big races, it was Oakdale's freshman and sophomore girls team that shined the brightest for the Mustangs.
The Ceres Seahawks swooped into Oakdale to take on the Stampede over the weekend in Cen-Cal Youth Football action. Oakdale's Peewee team began the day with a 19-0 loss. Things did not get better as the junior varsity squad fell 38-8 to Ceres. The JV Seahawks entered the game having not allowed a single point this season, but Oakdale snapped that streak on a touchdown.