Yogurt Mill Fans of the Week: One’s a shy guy, the other’s a proud mom

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Yogurt Mill awards two $15 gift cards each week to “Fans of the Week” who tweeted in scores, photos or videos to @BlackHatFootbal during Friday games.

The gift cards are good for tasty treats at any of Yogurt Mill’s four locations:  2591 Geer Road in Turlock, or in Modesto at 2509 Oakdale Road, 801 West Roseburg Avenue and 3900 Pelandale Ave.

HERE ARE OUR 2017 WINNERS

Here are the winners for Week 6: One’s a shy guy, the other’s a proud mom

Julie Moore of Oakdale and a Modesto man who wants to keep his name private tweeted in scores from Sept. 29 games.

Moore contributed scores from the Oakdale Mustangs’ 59-18 victory over the Weston Ranch Cougars.

“I am a director for the Stanislaus County Office of Education, and I am in charge of the adult independent study high school diploma program called Come Back Kids,” says Moore.

“I am also the proud mom of a junior at Oakdale High School who is a three sport athlete — Football/Wrestling/Baseball,” Moore explains. “My husband is the principal at OHS. Supporting their athletic programs brings me great joy. It’s the highlight of my week anytime I get to watch the Mustangs in action!



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Our other Fan of the Week tweeted in scores from the Beyer Patriots’ 44-14 victory over the Johansen Vikings.

“I have lots of friends’ kids and families involved in local high school football, and it’s a great atmosphere to go enjoy Friday Night Lights with the kids,” the Modesto man says. “I support Enochs and Johansen — there’s lots of crossover in our little big town.”

About the Author ()

Richard T. Estrada has been covering high school football in The 209 area code for more than 30 years and is the voice of authority on the game in California's Central Valley. He oversaw The Modesto Bee's high school sports coverage for a couple of decades, and also was a national award-winning business and agriculture writer. Black Hat Football not only covers the game, but emphasizes education and the need for The 209's student-athletes to prepare for college.

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