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Coaches reward local talent

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A combined seven members from Central Valley’s and Ceres High’s baseball programs were honored for their stellar play this spring.

Hawk teammates Ryan Estermann, Fernando Dominguez, Garret Garcia and Diego Delahoya were recognized during the Central California Conference’s year-end head coaches’ meeting at Geneo’s Pizza in Livingston on May 8.

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Seen & Heard on Planet Coug: Blazing Louie Hinchliffe going for NCAA 100M gold

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WASHINGTON STATE SPRINTER Louie Hinchliffe (pictured on the front page with this story), competes in the NCAA Track and Field Championships this week in the 100-meter dash in Austin, Texas, (June 7-10). At the NCAA West Preliminary Round this past week, Hinchliffe -- only a freshman -- tied the WSU track and field program record with a blazing 10.17 time in the 100M (Anson Henry, 2002). Hinchliffe already owns the WSU freshman records in the 60M and 100M, and now takes aim at the top of the record books.

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Whitney girl soars to school’s first CIF state track and field championship to lead locals

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The goal for Sacramento-area athletes was to reach the medal stand Saturday night in the 103rd CIF State Track & Field Championships in Clovis.

The highest step belonged to a local champion from Placer County who went out on top at Whitney High School.

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Stanislaus District sends 10 individuals, one relay team to state track championships

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Top Stanislaus District track and field athletes competed against the best from across the Sac-Joaquin Section Friday and Saturday in hopes of advancing to the 103rd CIF State Track & Field Championships.

Local participants in Saturday’s Sac-Joaquin Section Masters championship finals qualified for state in a number of events including pole vault, discus throw and a number of sprint and distance track events.

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It’s spring break, but there is still local baseball and softball taking place

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Spring break has slowed the area sports scene, but it has by no means ground to a halt.

The schedule this week called for two local high school baseball tourneys, and the Righetti Best of the West Softball Tournament, which will take place Thursday through Saturday.

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Oregon has multiple champions, numerous finalists at prestigious Reno Worlds wrestling meet

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Eleven Oregon high school wrestlers reached the finals last weekend at the 2023 World of Wrestling Reno Worlds, one of the top postseason tournaments on the West Coast.

West Albany senior Ariana Martinez, who capped a 45-0 high school season by winning a second state title at OSAA 6A/5A Girls 115 pounds, won the 18U 118 division in sudden-victory overtime, earning a 6-4 decision against Hawaii’s Kalina Hotema.

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College roundup: Central Washington softball picks up a pair of wins in California

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 Two dominant pitching performances carried Central Washington softball to a sweep on its first day at the Tournament of Champions in California.

Ashlee Laver threw a complete game shutout and Allie Thiessen's two-run double provided all the offense the Wildcats needed in a 2-1 win over Hawaii Pacific.

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Athlete of the Week is back with another set of athletes from the 209 to highlight.

For the week of Feb. 5- 11, Mario Williams of Venture Academy basketball and Cameron Silva of Manteca soccer are The Record/ Athletes of the Week. Here’s how the two athletes earned this recognition.

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Turlock Police to have extra officers on duty for Super Bowl Sunday

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The Turlock Police Department will have extra officers on duty throughout the city on Super Bowl Sunday to deter people from driving under the influence.

According to the police department, on Feb. 12, there will be extra officers on duty looking for drivers who appear under the influence of either drugs or alcohol.

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Turlock’s Ladine breaks single-game scoring record

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The last time a point guard led the NBA in scoring and assists was 50 years ago, when Nate “Tiny” Archibald did it for the Kansas City-Omaha Kings.

In fact, it was the only time in league history that it’s been done.

That’s how it rare it is for a point guard to be such a lethal scoring threat.

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