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Turlock High basketball says goodbye to longtime coach

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The Turlock High School boys basketball program will look a bit different next season as its leader, Doug Cornfoot, retires from coaching the varsity team. 

After 15 years and three league championships, Cornfoot decided to hang it up following the COVID-shortened 2020 season, where the Bulldogs finished third in Central California Athletic League play with a 5-4 record. 

After 20 total years of coaching, which included five years at Delhi High School before he came to Turlock, Cornfoot noted that the decades had taken a toll on his body and resulted in many sleepless nights. The absence of summer ball last year helped him realize it was time to step back from the sport, he said.

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Coaches remain upbeat about season

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The Goblirsch brothers, Clinton and Derrick, aren’t worrying about what they can’t control leading up to the start of the 2019-20 football campaign.

The California Interscholastic Federation, the governing body for high school athletics in the state, delayed the start of the season for four-plus months on July 20 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“We’d love to get back on the field and get to work,” Ceres High first-year leader Clinton Goblirsch stated. “We were prepared to start today. We don’t make the decisions. All we can do is what we’re capable of doing and follow whatever guidelines were given.”

Clinton and Derrick will make their head coaching debuts with the Bulldogs and Hawks, respectively, on Jan. 8.

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