Not everyone went home with a trophy or a medal, but those who didn't were not complaining.
Leticia Heron and Kelley Higginson were not shot putters to start the summer track and field season.
TRACY - Coming off their most successful season under Ripon High head coach Chris Johnson, the Indians remain motivated in preparation for the 2012 season.
TRACY - Lathrop High's football team didn't participate in any 7-on-7 passing scrimmages in past summers.
The Mid-Valley Swim League crowned a new champion after last Saturday's season-ending meet held at Ripon High's Ervin Zador Aquatic Center.
STOCKTON - Manteca Little League's 10-11-year-old all-stars are learning that no lead is safe in California Section 6 Tournament.
Manteca High's football teams will be crowding the sidelines this fall.
A former area standout is looking to land an NBA roster spot that could keep him in Northern California.
In six weeks, East Union, looking to improve from a 1-9 season under second-year head coach Willie Herrera, will kick off its 2012 season with a zero-week contest against St. Mary's.
Shakira Lewis wasn't sure how far her first, and what was initially thought of to be last, venture in track and field would take her.
Spreckels Park Little League's 11-12-year-old all-star squad took the shorter route to the District 67 Tournament championship round, needing just three wins to get there.
The Ripon Senior Babe Ruth all-stars just missed out on a berth to the Pacific Southwest Regional Tournament this past weekend in Hollister.
Bret Wilson's first and only season on the Sierra High track and field team started promising but ended in heartbreak.
Spreckels Park Little League's 13-14-year-old all-stars landed the first blow, but it Tracy National delivered the knockout blow in a District 67 Tournament consolation-bracket contest at Sierra High Friday.
The Ripon Babe Ruth 16-18-year-old all-stars picked up some momentum in the Central California State Tournament in Hollister with Friday's 11-3 rout of Tracy.
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LATHROP - Manteca was like all the other boys volleyball teams in the Valley Oak League at the start of the season; a ragtag group of ...
A strong burst of wind blew toward right field just a few seconds too late for Sierra.
Tawny Deerinck is a big part of Manteca High's resurgence in softball, and she aims to help head coach Ashley Carter turn things around ...
Loretta Kakala made no effort to hold back the tears after playing her last game for the Manteca High girls basketball team.
Tydus Verhoeven's "long journey" for the Manteca High boys basketball team ended with heartache, but it's far outweighed by the many highlights that ...
A sophomore who has already committed to Notre Dame, Sierra forward Jadyn Shinn wants to leave her mark on a team she speaks of in ...
Eddie Aguilar didn't always score goals in bunches during his senior campaign with Sierra, but he had a knack for coming up with the ...
Two days after ending a lengthy losing streak to one of the Valley Oak League's perennial contenders, Manteca halted another on Friday when it ...
Sierra High's boys soccer team was stopped short of earning its first-ever Sac-Joaquin Section banner four weeks ago, dropping an exciting Division IV final ...
The big fish in a small pond proved she could swim in an ocean of sharks Wednesday.
Just one match into the Valley Oak League season, Kevin Bolding already deems it to be a success for his Manteca High boys volleyball team.
Branden Rullan may have fallen short of his ultimate goal, but he'll leave Sierra High as its most accomplished wrestler to date.
Sierra appeared ready to finally bust out against Rafa Lara and visiting McNair in a nonleague contest Thursday, loading the bases with no out in ...
Kristina Mojica was rewarded for her patience, perseverance and work ethic on Wednesday.
Things just got real for area boys volleyball teams.
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