Lexy Posz has accomplished a lot in her two varsity seasons for the East Union High girls basketball team, but she remains hungry going into her senior year.
East Union High's girls golf team had a fifth former player in the last two years sign a letter of intent to continue her athletic career at the next level Wednesday.
Sierra High's girls soccer players hobbled toward the sideline with shoulders slumping following a 0-0 tie against visiting rival East Union at Daniel Teicheira Memorial Stadium Thursday.
Two undefeated records fell Wednesday at East Union High's tennis courts. But one still stands. Manteca put the finishing touches on its 7-0 mark in the first half of the Valley Oak League season with a 10.5-4.5 victory over the host Lancers. East Union is now 5-2 and sits in third place behind Manteca and 6-1 Ceres, but after winning just two league matches last year the Lancers have certainly caught the attention of the ...
Pressure situations are nothing new to East Union freshman Jordan Kron, who led the school's varsity basketball team in scoring this past winter after contributing to USA Baseball's under-14 gold-medal finish in the Pan-Am Championships in the fall.
WESTON RANCH - Alexandra Alvarado didn't get to start the game, but she got to finish it.
Manteca High's girls soccer team was already without goal-scoring dynamo Airenne Curry, who had to miss her second straight match with an illness.
LATHROP - Ripon played near perfect softball save for poor execution on the base paths on a few plays, but head coach Robert Vernon gave kudos to first-year varsity Lathrop's defensive effort.
Don't write off Sierra High's girls soccer team because of its record. Yes, the 4-4 Timberwolves won't match their incredible 26-1-2 finish from 2009. Yes, they did graduate two of the area's most prolific goal scorers, including All-American and program record-holder Nicole Vanni, and two all-league defenders. And yes, they are still the ones to beat in the always-competitive Valley Oak League. The Timberwolves' .500 non-league finish can be more attributed to whom they played ...
Over the last three seasons it was Oakdale and everybody else in the Valley Oak League. With several key members graduated and another coming off offseason Tommy John surgery, the Mustangs may not be what they have been but are still formidable. Parity in the VOL is nothing new, but this year the rest of the contending field is looking to end Oakdale's three-year reign. Oakdale and Sonora qualified for the Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV ...
It was a pitchers' duel for five innings. Then the bats woke up while defenses fell asleep. East Union's softball team led by a run heading into the seventh inning, but visiting St. Mary's capitalized on two multiple-base errors to sneak away with a 5-2 non-league win at Big League Dream's Yankee Stadium Thursday. "We took victory and turned it into defeat," East Union coach Brian Goulart said. The Lancers dropped their first game of ...
In-town rivals Ripon and Ripon Christian's boys and girls basketball teams were awarded for successful seasons during the year-end coaches meetings.
Vince Bordi has taken a familiar path to success in his final season for San Francisco State's wrestling team.
The Ripon Christian boys basketball team's 68-64 overtime loss to Victory Christian in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division V finals at Arco Arena Friday didn't prove too costly for seeding purposes in the California Interscholastic Federation State Championships.
It could have been the unusually cold weather, or the lack of practice time outdoors because of the recent rainstorms.
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STOCKTON - Rain. Running clock. Ring.
Jacob LeDon is arguably the best player that few outside of Manteca High's football team know about.
Olivia Vezaldenos and the East Union girls basketball team started the season with a bang Thursday in Modesto.
Brandon Dabney hopes to be the speed bump that slows down the lightningrod receiver nicknamed "Wheels."
Three area wrestling teams had rough season-opening duals Wednesday night.
LATHROP - Lathrop High's boys basketball team showed flashes of how good it can be under first-year head coach Nathan McGrath in Tuesday's 60-36 victory over Stagg.
Andrew Brown scored eight touchdowns as a freshman on Ripon Christian's sophomore team in 2010.
Manteca High's football team is playing a 14th game for the first time ever.
Strength trumped speed Friday at Guss Schmiedt Field.
Four area runners are chasing history Saturday in the CIF State Cross Country Championships.
RIPON - Kody Day, a disruptive force on Ripon High's defensive line at 6-foot-2, 225 pounds, does not back down from a challenge.
Regina Dias' comeback to the volleyball court was a successful one.
Manteca High's football team made amends for the failures of its predecessors the past two weeks.
By JONAMAR JACINTO