The Buhach Thunder showed up to the Corral ready to play and pulled out a couple of victories over the Oakdale Stampede organization, but the Pee Wee level fought off the clean sweep with a 13-12 win over the visitors.
The Oakdale Stampede got the production they were looking for as all three levels of competitive action rolled to victory in their regular season home opener. The pee-wee team put together a pristine effort, smashing Hilmar 41-0, while the JV and varsity squads did themselves justice with 22-6 and 7-6 victories, respectively.
The Oakdale Stampede came out on the losing end of all three of its competitive contests against the Turlock 49ers on Saturday, forcing the squad into attack mode for the home opener against the Hilmar Packers on Sept. 5.
The Oakdale Stampede hosted four teams for one of three Cen-Cal Round Robin scrimmages that went off throughout the Central Valley on Saturday, Aug. 22 for each squad's final tune-up before the season opener.
Over the past four years the swimming program has been taken to new heights in Oakdale and that is a direct result of the time and effort given by Oakdale High head swimming coach Russ Van Cleave and his coaching staff.
Van Cleave has helped guide a relatively unknown Oakdale swimming community into the uncharted waters of their most recent success.
The Oakdale swim team has built a solid reputation amongst the other prevalent swimming communities and now has asserted themselves as one of the stronger programs in a powerful Sac-Joaquin Section.
Former Oakdale High football players and coaches will be hosting a kick off reunion for the upcoming 2009 season, gathering Oakdale football alumni together for a huge tailgate party.
The festivities will be held at the F.E.S. Hall on Saturday, Aug. 29, kicking off at 5 p.m. Food, drinks and a no host bar will help usher in the 2009 season and recognize two of Oakdale's most revered former coaches in what will clearly be a night to remember.
Dale Clipper and Jack Walker will be the two guests honored at the first-ever tailgate bash, which ...
The Oakdale Stampede cheerleaders took the final couple days out of the end of their summer vacation to participate in the JAMZ Cheer Camp when the national camp made its stop at Stanislaus State on Aug. 8 and 9.
The girls took full advantage of the nationally recognized camp, fine tuning their craft before the season opening Round Robin Tournament the organization will be hosting Aug. 22 at the Corral.
"We attended the camp for two days," Cheer vice-president Carina McDonald said. "From 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for both sessions of instruction time."
Everything that needed to fall into place fell into its appropriate spot as the first ever Gridiron Greats Golf Tournament went off without a hiccup Aug. 3 at the Oakdale Golf and Country Club.
The committee that turned an idea from early in the year into reality did a wonderful job making their aspirations come to fruition with the help of a tireless group of people that put on a clinic, leaving all those associated with the event pleased.
"I think everybody had a good time," committee member Tim Meyer said. "All the feedback we've had is that it ...
It's one thing to put together a lengthy run amongst the best teams in Northern California, but it is a completely different scenario when the battle is being staged against the best teams in the entire nation.
The Oakdale Water Polo program did themselves and the entire community proud with an impressive run during the USA Water Polo sponsored Junior Olympics in the Stanford Bay Area July 30 – Aug. 2.
Oakdale took on all challenges from the elite water polo competition in the nation, playing a ton of water polo over the grueling four-day schedule of events.
Looking to improve on past success in the Cen-Cal League, the Oakdale Stampede organization will not be taking any shortcuts in its pursuit for a shot at the title at all levels of youth football this season.
The Stampede has kicked off the 2009 campaign with opening workouts on the practice field, preparing for their upcoming preseason scrimmage against the Waterford Sabercats.
Oakdale had a scrimmage initially planned with the program out of Sonora, yet circumstances put the battle with the rival town on hold for a season. Now the squad will get its first chance to bang helmets against ...
When you win a pair of Sac-Joaquin Section titles and a host of Valley Oak League championships, it is pretty safe to say that winning carries some weight and that was the mindset and approach for the recent McNeill's Premier Soccer Camps, hosted in Oakdale July 20 through 22.
Former Oakdale High soccer standout Mike McNeill rolled out the welcome mats for Oakdale's next generation of soccer stars during the second running of his premier soccer camp designed to help the competitive youth soccer player elevate his game to the next level.
The Oakdale Swim Team took to the pool for the final time this season and brought the competitive schedule to a close with a fourth place finish during the Championship Meet in Turlock on July 25.
Blistering temperatures set the tone for the team's performance, with the near triple digits seeming to sap some energy from the number-challenged squad, as the Gators closed out the season with 547 points behind championship winner Ripon (1215 points), Tracy Tritons (778.5) and the Hughson Sea Dogs (743.5) in the final meet of the season.
It started with a theme and closed out as one of Oakdale Golf and Country Club's all-time greats when the ladies of O.G.C.C. took to the course for the Ladies Invitational July 24 and 25 at the country club.
Members joined forces with two guests to form foursomes who played to the theme of "Swingin Safari" with matching animal print blouses and decorative carts for the two-day event that also boasted a host of other events throughout the weekend.
Members of the club showed up in good spirits in support of the club's ladies invitational ...