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Ripon defense stifles Hilmar in 7-3 Trans-Valley League victory

The Trans-Valley League is as deep as it’s ever been this season, so any win in the state’s toughest small-school league is critical.The Ripon High football team didn’t win pretty on Friday night, beating Hilmar 7-3. But the Indians were quite happy to leave Stouffer Field with a valuable victory.The Ripon defense, which entered the game giving up nearly 23 points a game, came up huge against the Yellowjackets.“That defense saved the game for us tonight,” Ripon coach Chris Musseman said. &ld...

The Trans-Valley League is as deep as it’s ever been this season, so any win in the state’s toughest small-school league is critical.

The Ripon High football team didn’t win pretty on Friday night, beating Hilmar 7-3. But the Indians were quite happy to leave Stouffer Field with a valuable victory.

The Ripon defense, which entered the game giving up nearly 23 points a game, came up huge against the Yellowjackets.

“That defense saved the game for us tonight,” Ripon coach Chris Musseman said. “Offensively we struggled — we know we have issues there — and we’ve been relying on our defense to come through in a big game, and they came through big.”

The biggest play of the game was made by Ripon’s defense on the final play of the first half. Hilmar had the ball at Ripon’s 2-yard line with 3 seconds left and opted to go for the go-ahead touchdown rather than settle for a field goal.

Ripon’s defense stuffed Hilmar’s inside running play and the Yellowjackets would never get closer to a touchdown.

“They played lights-out,” Ripon quarterback Dylan Degraff said of his team’s defense. “We know our defense is our strong suit. ... The defense played strong all night.”

Degraff and the Indians offense did just enough to get the job done against a hard-hitting Hilmar defense. Caleb Johnston gave Ripon its only score, capping an 80-yard drive with a 1-yard touchdown run in the second quarter.

The Indians feature a variety of weapons in the run game, including running backs Johnston, Daniel Espinoza and Jack Manning. Degraff also made some key throws to extend drives. That balance will prove important as the TVL season continues with big matchups still on the schedule.

The Yellowjackets’ offense, meanwhile, struggled to get into a rhythm. Penalties and turnovers plagued Hilmar.

Hilmar coach Frank Marques said he’s confident in his offense, despite the frustrating effort. Andre Alves’ 26-yard field goal in the first quarter was Hilmar’s only score.

“We’ve just got to clean up what we’re doing and keep playing hard and things are going to be OK,” Marques said.

The Yellowjackets (5-1, 1-1 TVL) don’t have much time to get things fixed. Hilmar travels to Escalon next Friday night, then hosts Hughson a week later.

While disappointed with the loss to Ripon, Marques has seen enough years in the TVL to know anything can happen, especially as deep as the league is this season.

“We have five teams that can win any night,” Marques said. “It’s fun to be a part of this. I didn’t, by any means, think we’d go undefeated the whole year.”

Ripon has the advantage of being 2-0 in the TVL, but the Indians (4-2 overall) will face a challenge in closing the league season against Livingston, Escalon and Hughson.

“I think it’s the most balanced I’ve ever seen the TVL,” Musseman said. “There are five teams that can win this league. And I told the guys before the game tonight, ‘Whoever wins the TVL is probably not going to be undefeated in league.’

“It’s that kind of league this year.”

This story was originally published September 24, 2021 11:51 PM.

Resilient Escalon beats Hilmar for second straight Sac-Joaquin Section championship

When the game was on the line, Escalon coach Andrew Beam fittingly went to a blocking fullback recovering from a meniscus injury he suffered earlier in the season.JP Lial didn’t disappoint.The senior scored on a 3-yard run midway through the fourth quarter, leading the Cougars to a 20-13 victory over Hilmar in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division V championship game on Saturday night at St. Mary’s High School in Stockton.It was the second straight section crown for the Cougars, who beat Hilmar in the Division VI ...

When the game was on the line, Escalon coach Andrew Beam fittingly went to a blocking fullback recovering from a meniscus injury he suffered earlier in the season.

JP Lial didn’t disappoint.

The senior scored on a 3-yard run midway through the fourth quarter, leading the Cougars to a 20-13 victory over Hilmar in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division V championship game on Saturday night at St. Mary’s High School in Stockton.

It was the second straight section crown for the Cougars, who beat Hilmar in the Division VI final in 2019, the last time section playoffs were held.

“(Each championship) is different, as I’m finding out,” Escalon coach Andrew Beam said. “Nothing is the same year in and year out. Unbelievable effort from our guys to be resilient and answer ... when things weren’t going our way.”

The team’s toughness was challenged before the game as running back Matthew Baptista, who rushed for 455 yards and nine touchdowns this season, was deemed out after suffering an injury last week against Ripon. During the game, running back Logan Anderson, who had rushed for over 700 yards and seven touchdowns, injured his ankle in the first half, and was limited in the second.

Anderson’s resilience in returning for the final two quarters mirrored that of an Escalon team that’s won nine straight and will play for a NorCal championship next week. Pairings will be announced Sunday afternoon.

“This is one of the biggest games we’re ever going to play in and I know my family, my teammates, my brothers would do the same for me,” Anderson said. “So I just sucked it up and played through it.”

Escalon (12-1) struck first courtesy of Ryker Peters, who burst through the left side of the Cougars’ offensive line and past the Yellowjackets’ secondary for 66 of his team-high 141 yards, scoring his only touchdown of the night.

The No. 1-seeded Cougars scored again after quarterback Donovan Rozevink found Owen Nash streaking down the right sideline. He heaved the ball to the receiver, who caught it, broke two tackles and crossed the goal line for a 45-yard connection.

Rozevink completed 8 of 12 passes for 150 yards and one touchdown.

Escalon’s defense dominated most of the first half and Tyler Medina had a lot to do with it. The junior had two interceptions and the defense forced Hilmar to punt on three straight possessions.

Aided by 17 yards on back-to-back Cougar penalties, Hilmar cut Escalon’s lead in half after marching down the field and scoring on a 6-yard Broc Perry touchdown run.

“That’s our resilience,” said Hilmar coach Frank Marques, whose program was playing in its fourth straight section title game. “They battled the whole game ... I’m proud of our kids at the end of the day.”

Coming out of halftime, Escalon got a spark from the injured Anderson, who returned the opening kickoff 66 yards to set up the Cougars on Hilmar’s 28 yard line.

Although the drive ended with a 43-yard missed field goal attempt, his presence was felt as he finished with 7 carries for 61 yards and was a big contributor on special teams.

“At first, I though it was broken,” Anderson said. “But after I got it taped, I knew I was ready to play. I knew I wasn’t going to come out of this game.”

Hilmar drove down the field on the ensuing possession and quarterback Jason Pimentel connected with Derek Taylor for an 11-yard touchdown to close the margin to 14-13 with 6 minutes, 58 seconds left in the third quarter.

Pimentel, who took over as the starter midseason, finished 6 of 20 for 156 yards and one passing touchdown and 17 carries for 78 yards.

Both teams traded fumbles and punts on their next two possessions between the end of the third and beginning of the fourth quarters before Escalon got the ball back on the Hilmar 41 yard line.

Rozevink again connected with Nash, this time for a 36-yard pass on second and eight to set the Cougars up on the 3 yard line.

Beam then called on the 5-foot-6, 180-pound Lial, who took the handoff, put his head down and charged past the line of scrimmage and into the end zone to extend the lead to 20-13. with 6:49 left to play.

A tough player coming through for a tough team.

“JP’s gone through a lot this year, with reconstructive knee surgery,” Beam said. “But when we needed him most .... JP’s the guy we needed to give it to to go punch it in and he did just that.”

This story was originally published November 28, 2021 6:09 AM.

Merced County-based Hilmar Cheese Company to build multi-million dollar plant

Merced County-based Hilmar Cheese Company on Wednesday announced it’s building a new state-of-the-art cheese and whey protein processing plant in Dodge City, Kansas.The company is scheduled to break ground on the new facility this summer, and expects the plant to be fully operational in 2024, according to a news release.The plant, which represents a $460 million capital investment, is expected to create 247 jobs.“We greatly appreciate the warm welcome from the state of Kansas and the city of Dodge City offici...

Merced County-based Hilmar Cheese Company on Wednesday announced it’s building a new state-of-the-art cheese and whey protein processing plant in Dodge City, Kansas.

The company is scheduled to break ground on the new facility this summer, and expects the plant to be fully operational in 2024, according to a news release.

The plant, which represents a $460 million capital investment, is expected to create 247 jobs.

“We greatly appreciate the warm welcome from the state of Kansas and the city of Dodge City officials whose values of integrity and excellence closely align with ours,” said Hilmar Cheese Company CEO & President David Ahlem.

“Dodge City gives us many opportunities including a local skilled labor force, a supportive and expanding agricultural region and excellent transportation network that allows us to easily reach our expanding markets.”

Hilmar Cheese Company was established in 1984 by 12 local dairy farm families in the Central Valley. The company has customers in 50 countries. It currently produces a variety of cheese including cheddar, Monterey Jack, pepper jack, Colby, Colby Jack and mozzarella.

The company, which is headquartered in the Merced County community of Hilmar, added a production facility in Dalhart, Texas in 2007.

“The additional facility, along with our existing facilities, will help Hilmar Cheese Company continue to fulfill its purpose to improve lives,” the company stated.

“This manufacturing location will help meet the growing demand for our cheese and whey products worldwide. Hilmar Cheese Company plans to continue to invest in and operate the California Headquarters and Innovation Center, the California manufacturing site and Texas manufacturing site.”

Ahlem called Dodge City an “ideal choice” based on its central location, critical existing infrastructure, proximity to the growing local dairy industry and business friendly climate.

According to the release, the new facility will help Hilmar Cheese Company meet the growing demand of its customers and the marketplace for cheese and whey products worldwide.

The new facility will showcase sustainable solutions. Hilmar Cheese Company has adopted the U.S. Dairy Stewardship Commitment and goal to achieve a Net Zero dairy by 2050.

“We’re really happy with our decision and excited about becoming a part of this outstanding community,” Ahlem said.

This story was originally published May 5, 2021 3:17 PM.

75 open positions up for grabs at Hilmar Cheese job fair

Locals in search of employment will have the opportunity to “say cheese” to a new career at an upcoming job fair.Hilmar Cheese Company is hosting an on-site job fair next Thursday in the facility’s visitor center, conducting in-person interviews and extending offers on the spot. Prospective employees can review various open positions online prior to the event, including jobs at the company’s Hilmar plant as well as their location in Dalhart, Texas, which opened in 2007.In total, the company is hiring for...

Locals in search of employment will have the opportunity to “say cheese” to a new career at an upcoming job fair.

Hilmar Cheese Company is hosting an on-site job fair next Thursday in the facility’s visitor center, conducting in-person interviews and extending offers on the spot. Prospective employees can review various open positions online prior to the event, including jobs at the company’s Hilmar plant as well as their location in Dalhart, Texas, which opened in 2007.

In total, the company is hiring for 75 open positions: 51 in Hilmar, and another 24 in Texas.

“We are excited to interview and extend job offers to qualified individuals right on the spot,” said Hilmar Cheese Company’s talent acquisition manager, Stephanie Miller. “...We look forward to meeting great candidates who want to improve lives, build and advance their careers.”

Of the 75 positions, openings include entry-level positions like Tower Operators, who run and maintain cheese towers and related equipment, and Packaging Operators, who assure product quality while operating packaging lines. Other openings, such as forklift and maintenance positions, require experience and start at $18.50 an hour.

Hilmar Cheese Company is also hiring employees for the visitor center in Hilmar, a remote sales director and is offering several internship opportunities. Benefit packages are available as well as retirement options, tuition reimbursement and personal protective equipment for employees.

The job fair comes as the unemployment rate in both Stanislaus and Merced counties took a dip in November, according to most recent data from the Employment Development Department. Stanislaus County’s unemployment rate was 6.2% in November, while Merced County’s was 7.6%.

Manufacturing in Stanislaus County dropped an estimated 600 jobs in November, primarily in food processing. In Merced County, the same sector dropped 1,400 jobs.

Come 2024, Hilmar Cheese Company will add another 247 jobs to the Kansas economy with their third expansion. The new state-of-the-art cheese and whey protein processing plant planned for Dodge City, Kansas, was announced by the company in May and will showcase the sustainable business model Hilmar Cheese Company has established in both California and Texas.

The Hilmar Cheese Company job fair will take place from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Jan. 13 upstairs in the visitor center, 9001 N. Lander Ave. in Hilmar. Attendees should bring their resume. To view current job openings, visit jobs.hilmarcheese.com.

Hilmar Cheese Job Fair Scheduled for Thursday, July 29

July 16, 2021. Hilmar Cheese Company is holding a job fair on Thursday, July 29 from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm on-site at the company’s visitor center located at 9001 N. Lander Ave. in Hilmar.“We are excited to be able to interview and offer contingent jobs right on the spot,” shared Stephanie Miller, corporate talent acquisition manager.Hilmar Cheese Company, a leading manufacturer of high quality American-style cheese and whey products is growing and ready to hire for forklift, maintenance, and manufacturing roles...

July 16, 2021. Hilmar Cheese Company is holding a job fair on Thursday, July 29 from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm on-site at the company’s visitor center located at 9001 N. Lander Ave. in Hilmar.

“We are excited to be able to interview and offer contingent jobs right on the spot,” shared Stephanie Miller, corporate talent acquisition manager.

Hilmar Cheese Company, a leading manufacturer of high quality American-style cheese and whey products is growing and ready to hire for forklift, maintenance, and manufacturing roles. The friendly family atmosphere, opportunities for training and advancement, tuition reimbursement and generous benefits package make Hilmar Cheese Company a very attractive place to work.

“It’s great company, I like the people here and the company treats us well,” shared Jorden Garcia who started with Hilmar Cheese Company in December of 2014. “I started in packaging, became a drier operator, then moved to the whey plant and now I am one of two utility operators in our ingredients division. I enjoy the challenge of running equipment and my work gives me a great sense of pride and accomplishment knowing we make ingredients used in baby formula and other vital nutritional products.”

Marco Alcala started as a tower operator for cheese, advanced to a vat operator, then a process and calibration operator and now is the trainer for cheese making. “If you are willing to put in the effort, there are opportunities to grow,” shared Marco. “It is a great company that really cares about its employees and the employees care about the company too. We have a great team!”

Full-time production positions start at $18.50 an hour and increase at 90 and 180 days of continuous employment. There are openings for operations, maintenance, forklift operators and more. Part-time visitor center positions are also available.

“Applicants can look at open positions and apply in advanced on the Hilmar Cheese Company website or complete their application at the job fair,” Miller shared. “We look forward to meeting great candidates who want to improve lives and advance their careers.”

WHO: Hilmar Cheese Company, Inc.

WHAT: Job Fair with interviews and offers

WHEN: Thursday, July 29, 2021

WHERE: Hilmar Cheese Company’s Visitor Center at 9001 N. Lander Ave. Hilmar, CA 95324

APPLY ONLINE: https://www.hilmarcheese.com/careers/

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