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Local students recognized at state FFA conference

Local high school students were recognized at the state FFA convention last week. The event took place between March 26-29, and students were able to walk away with sharpened leadership skills and scholarships.Over 7,000 high school students, advisors and guests attend the largest annual statewide Career Technical Student Organization convention in California. The event attracts young agricultural leaders from 342 chapters from throughout California. The convention encourages students to develop personal and team leadership skills, di...

Local high school students were recognized at the state FFA convention last week. The event took place between March 26-29, and students were able to walk away with sharpened leadership skills and scholarships.

Over 7,000 high school students, advisors and guests attend the largest annual statewide Career Technical Student Organization convention in California. The event attracts young agricultural leaders from 342 chapters from throughout California. The convention encourages students to develop personal and team leadership skills, discover agricultural careers, establish lasting friendships and strive for success.

In addition to the competitions, the convention also is a time for the chapters to vote on State FFA officers and participate and lead a multitude of presentations and discussions.

For Gustine they had four students as finalists for the scholarships and three of them won: Savanna Barcellos won an Almond Board of California Scholarship for $1,000; Tyler Borba won the Mabel W. Jack’s Memorial Scholarship; and Mikayla Silveira placed second in the state for Impromptu Public Speaking. Daniel Gomes was a finalist for the Jamie Lynne Pettey Memorial Scholarship. Borba also won the award for state proficiency in ag services and Garrett Gomes was a finalist for the State Star Reporter award.

Other Gustine High FFA students that participated at the convention were: Christina Moitozo, Darian Nunes, Kaitlin Dores, Kaitlin Mederios, Grant Hazan, Austin Bell, and Janai Navarro.

“It’s a great honor to have the students recognized, especially on stage with their peers and other FFA members,” said Gustine FFA teacher Mark Buffano. “Being that there are members from every chapter in California it’s nice to have so many members from Gustine FFA go on stage.”

For Orestimba, the Advanced Parliamentary Procedures team made it to the semi-finals of the state competition. The team was led by Chapter President Natalie Velasquez and senior leader Marlee Guzman.

Other Orestimba students that attended were Logan Garcia, Landon Mendonca Carey Deppeller, Julianna Diaz, Madison Beach and Cailin Casey.

“We had a lot of positive feedback and were able to take eight students who have never attended before, which was exciting to be able to expose them to such a large conference, especially since this was the first event for many of them post pandemic,” said NCLUSD FFA teacher Stacey Costilla. “The students came back excited and eager to attend another FFA activity and even a few who were excited to take their leadership ability and skills to the next level by expressing to me that they wanted to run to become a State FFA Officer in their future.”

Holiday events in the works for Gustine

Gustine City is looking to bring back a bit of normalcy for residents with the return of two popular holiday events.The City’s Parks and Recreation Department is moving forward with plans to host the annual trunk or treat Halloween celebration in October and the Christmas in the Park event in December.The Halloween Trunk or Treat event will see decorated vehicles lined up on Fifth Street doling out candy to youngsters on Halloween. Last year the event had to switch to a drive-through format, but organizers are expecting t...

Gustine City is looking to bring back a bit of normalcy for residents with the return of two popular holiday events.

The City’s Parks and Recreation Department is moving forward with plans to host the annual trunk or treat Halloween celebration in October and the Christmas in the Park event in December.

The Halloween Trunk or Treat event will see decorated vehicles lined up on Fifth Street doling out candy to youngsters on Halloween. Last year the event had to switch to a drive-through format, but organizers are expecting to return to a walking event this year.

“This is our seventh annual event,” said Gustine Recreation Manager Tiffany Vitorino. “It started off very small with just eight cars and trucks. Now we usually get over 40 or 50 cars.”

This year’s theme will be Turning Back the Hands of Time.

The festivities will include a scavenger hunt, carnival games and lots of candy. The event typically draws in more than a thousand youngsters looking to satisfy their sweet tooth cravings, said Vitorino.

The trunk-or-treat event will be held from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Oct. 31.

Christmas in the Park will return to Henry Miller Park on Dec. 15. In 2020, the event was held at various parks to keep crowds from forming.

“This really is a Hallmark moment for our town,” Vitorino said.

This year the theme will be “Twas the Night Before Christmas” and guests are encouraged to come in their warmest pajamas. Visitors of all ages can take part in a variety of free holiday activities, including live entertainment, craft making time, a movie screening, along with food, holiday treats and beverages.

It’s also an opportunity for people to do some holiday shopping and support Gustine businesses, which typically have booths or tables at the event.

“It’s a chance to do some last-minute shopping,” Vitorino said.

Admission to both events are free.

The City is looking for individuals and businesses that would like to help sponsor one or both events.

“No donation is too small, even small items for raffle prizes or goodie bags,” Vitorino said.

Anyone interested in helping sponsor the events can email Vitorino at tvitorino@cityofgustine.com or call (209) 854-9411.

Delhi no match for Warriors in two game series

The Warriors exited week three of the SAL schedule with two very solid wins over the Delhi Hawks (0-6) in their two game series last week.Throughout the two games Orestimba (6-0) only allowed the Hawks to come away with five total runs, compared to their 29, as they had constant active bats, great pitching, and capitalized off many errors committed by Delhi.After their series with Delhi, the Warriors now sit at an overall record of 9-7 and a 6-0 record in the Southern Athletic League, where they sit in the first place position....

The Warriors exited week three of the SAL schedule with two very solid wins over the Delhi Hawks (0-6) in their two game series last week.

Throughout the two games Orestimba (6-0) only allowed the Hawks to come away with five total runs, compared to their 29, as they had constant active bats, great pitching, and capitalized off many errors committed by Delhi.

After their series with Delhi, the Warriors now sit at an overall record of 9-7 and a 6-0 record in the Southern Athletic League, where they sit in the first place position.

In the first match up the Warriors hosted the Hawks on their home diamond, where they took a very commanding 14-0 victory through just five innings. Orestimba’s biggest rally came in the bottom of the third when they tallied up seven runs to secure their victory over the Hawks.

At the plate the Warriors accumulated nine RBIs, eight hits, and one home run.

Freshmen Nate Perez was the leader of the tribe this game, coming away with two hits out of three plate appearances, four RBIs, and launching a two run home run to lead his team to a great victory.

Ian Cerutti got things started for the Warriors pitching by going three innings, retiring seven batters, with no hits or no runs. He was then replaced by reliever Chase Lobo, who came away with four total strikeouts, one allowed hit, two walks and no runs allowed.

The Warriors were on the road in game two on the Hawks’ home field where Delhi’s bats finally came alive and racked up five runs in four innings before the Warriors defense and pitching was able to silence them and secure their 15-5 win.

The Hawks saw their first and only lead in the first inning with a 3-2 score, but Orestimba’s prestigious hitting came when they were able to tie the game up at three in the second and bring home the win in the finally four innings by tallying up 11 runs.

Delhi only saw two more runs in the bottom of the fourth inning and that put an end to their possible comeback against the Warriors’ defense.

At the plate the Warriors offense totaled up 10 hits on the evening, with Jasen Gonzalez contributing three to lead the tribe. Marco Salvatierra had a great day on the hill by pitching three innings and retiring six Hawks batters.

In this upcoming week the Warriors will take on their rival Gustine High School in a conference match up. Last year in the modified season the Warriors blew out the Reds 19-1 in just five innings. The Reds will look to bounce back after their tough two losses against the Mariposa Grizzlies last week and are in high hopes to move themselves up in the rankings of the SAL. Both games of the series begin at 4 p.m.

Powerhouse Lady Warriors continue to dominate SAL

The Lady Warriors brought home a crucial win Friday night over the host Mariposa County Grizzlies, who were also sharing the top position with Orestimba at the time.With an outstanding 11-1 victory on the road, the Lady Warriors secured their first place ranking and now have a 9-3 overall and 5-0 record in the Southern League.Orestimba was active with the bats coming away with 14 hits on the evening. A home run by Reagan Marroquin, and another outstanding performance by starting pitcher Jackie Lujan, who racked up 16 strikeouts...

The Lady Warriors brought home a crucial win Friday night over the host Mariposa County Grizzlies, who were also sharing the top position with Orestimba at the time.

With an outstanding 11-1 victory on the road, the Lady Warriors secured their first place ranking and now have a 9-3 overall and 5-0 record in the Southern League.

Orestimba was active with the bats coming away with 14 hits on the evening. A home run by Reagan Marroquin, and another outstanding performance by starting pitcher Jackie Lujan, who racked up 16 strikeouts sealed the victory over the Grizzlies.

OHS got things rolling right away with three runs in the first inning - all RBIs from Lujan, Haylee Medeiros, and Sophie Machado.

Orestimba continued the domination with eight more runs throughout the course of the last four innings before the Grizzlies answered back with a run of their own in the bottom of the seventh, but their bats and hopes of a comeback would be silenced by the pitching and fielding of the Warriors.

On the rubber Lujan pitched a complete game with 16 strikeouts, two walks, three earned hits, and a single given up run.

As a unit the Lady Warriors saw the ball well on the evening racking up 14 hits, which came from multiple hits from Lujan, Machado, Joslyn Sotelo, and Marroquin. Lujan led the offense with three hits in three at bats.

Senior pitcher Medeiros and the Lady Warriors offensively controlled the tone of this five inning game on March 30, as they took a 12-0 blow out win over the host Waterford Wildcats.

In this road game Orestimba came away with runs in every inning of the five inning game to secure their victory, while keeping the Wildcats off the scoreboard.

For the Lady Warriors they collected eight total hits, from Medeiros, Sotelo, and Lujan, who all had multiple hits in the evening game.

On the hill Medeiros earned the win, with nine strikeouts, two walks, and only two hits given up throughout five innings.

Coming up in week four of the SAL the Lady Warriors will face off in a non-conference match up against the Riverbank Bruins, and one conference match against the Ripon Christian Knights before facing off against their Highway 33 rival Gustine High School in their first rivalry match up of the year.

All varsity match ups begin at 4 p.m.

The JV Lady Warriors saw themselves build a six-run lead in the third inning against the Mariposa County Grizzlies and then would play hard nose defense to come away with the close 9-8 victory on the road on Friday.

Mariposa went on to score seven runs in just three innings, but would fail to mount a comebvack against the Lady Warriors.

Orestimba’s big five run inning in the third was led by Samantha Mendoza, Aleska Oliveros, Maime Crow, and Jocelyn Arredondo, who each had RBIs in the inning.

Crow led things off on the rubber for the JV Lady Warriors by pitching four innings, allowing eight hits, five runs while retiring one Grizzlies batter. She was replaced by Mendoza, who closed out the game and recorded three strikeouts, three walks, and allowing three runs on the evening.

Orestimba racked up nine hits in the game, all from Lexi Alves, Bellany Martens, and Noelia Navarro, who each managed multiple hits for the Warriors. OHS also tallied up 10 stolen bases.

Gustine native soaring in U.S. Air Force

A local servicemember has received a prominent promotion within the United States military.Nickolas Meyer of Gustine has served in the Air Force since April of 2018 as an Aircraft Metals Technology specialist. After nearly four years of service time, Meyer has recently been promoted to Staff Sergeant (SSgt). The Staff Sergeant rank is the fifth rank within the United States Air Force and is the first promotion within the branch that is earned competitively; all lower ranks have automatic promotions based on service time. Duties as a S...

A local servicemember has received a prominent promotion within the United States military.

Nickolas Meyer of Gustine has served in the Air Force since April of 2018 as an Aircraft Metals Technology specialist. After nearly four years of service time, Meyer has recently been promoted to Staff Sergeant (SSgt). The Staff Sergeant rank is the fifth rank within the United States Air Force and is the first promotion within the branch that is earned competitively; all lower ranks have automatic promotions based on service time. Duties as a Staff Sergeant may include serving as a mentor to fellow airmen, maintaining duty rosters, enforcing discipline and collaborating with other military leaders.

Susan Bell, Meyer’s grandmother, expressed the joy the promotion brought to their family.

“We are all extremely proud of him,” she said.

Meyer’s latest promotion to Staff Sergeant isn’t the only honor he has received during his four years in uniform. As a lower ranked Aircraft Metals Technology specialist, Meyer’s exemplary work repairing and creating essential aircraft parts has earned him an Airman of the Quarter honor, the opportunity to serve as an Honor Guard for a year, and a six-month deployment overseas in the summer of 2021.

Meyer’s family explained that his success as an airman is impressive considering he had no prior experience in fabrication, machining or other forms of engineering. After graduating from Gustine High School in 2016, Meyer had initially attended California State University, East Bay in 2017 to major in computer science, but soon realized that more manual and hands-on work was more for him.

“He started with a clean slate. He was very detail-oriented in everything he does. There was nothing that you could tell him to make that he couldn’t figure it out, which is why I think he wanted the challenge of the Air Force,” Bell said.

Bell believes that Meyer’s involvement in school and community activities also helped him on his journey in the Air Force.

“He was a counselor for [Gustine Middle School’s] 6th Grade Camp and was a captain in the local Y-Lead youth group. He was also involved in different clubs and activities in high school,” Bell said. “He was always a go-getter.”

Meyer is currently stationed in Arizona, where he lives with his wife, whom he married two months prior to his enlistment.

“He was home for Thanksgiving this year. Before that, he was home two years ago, so there are some big gaps in between visits,” Bell said.

Since Meyer is away from home for such long periods of time, his family makes sure that they are all together whenever he returns to visit.

“Family is very important to us, so when he comes back around, we always would try and get him and his two brothers together. They pretty much hang out and play some board games, just like they used to in high school,” she continued.

Bell and the rest of the family are looking forward to what Meyer can accomplish next with the Air Force.

“He is so determined and hard-working. We are incredibly proud of how far he has come and are excited to see him continue move up.”

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