Manteca High graduate Marissa Navarro is leaving quite the mark in her final season for Sacramento State's softball team.
Ripon High's boys golf team reached the highest and lowest points of its season in a span of two days.
Manteca High's girls soccer team finally got to play on its own familiar turf.
Zach Capel carded a four-over-par 76 for co-medalist honors, and his Ripon High golf team took home the Yellow Jacket Invitational's overall title at Stevinson Ranch Golf Club Monday.
Zac Carrillo overcame a spotty start on the mound, and Steven Gigli helped East Union's pitcher by swatting two home runs in a 12-5 comeback win over Lodi Monday at Agostini Field.
STOCKTON - Like a proud papa, coach Ron Wayman speaks glowingly of his Weston Ranch baseball team for every sign of improvement it shows.
Ripon Christian's girls soccer team had scored just three times in five competitive nonleague matches.
The Ripon Christian tennis team dominated all but one match in a 9-0 Southern League victory at Gustine last Friday.
Sierra's swim team visited crosstown rival Manteca to open the Valley Oak League season Friday and left with wins for both the boys and girls squads.
Brock Swift came up with the big bomb to get his team back into the game. Then he finished it off from the mound for the win.
Lathrop resident Jasmine Ivey earned four pinfall victories to win the 154-pound title in the 13th Annual Northern California United States Girls' Wrestling Association Championships Open at Hogan Middle School in Vallejo last Sunday.
Manteca High's boys tennis team had little trouble dispatching visiting Kimball in Valley Oak League action Thursday, rolling to a 7-2 win despite injuries.
Lathrop High's track and field team made a statement even in defeat during Thursday's Valley Oak League-opening dual meet at East Union.
It will be home sweet home for Ripon High's boys basketball team in the second round of the CIF Northern California playoffs Saturday.
One free throw.
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East Union greatly improved its chances to qualify for the Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs Friday night at Dino Cunial Field after fending off visiting Kimball, 28-6.
Manteca carried the frustrations of two close losses to Central Catholic into the season, using it as motivation to return to championship form.
There's no such thing as a down year for Escalon, says Ripon head coach Chris Musseman.
MODESTO - Manteca was able to slug it out with Central Catholic in Friday's anticipated clash of Valley Oak League heavyweights at David Patton Field.
RIPON - The Ripon High boys water polo team's streak of Valley Oak League victories came to an end Thursday at Ervin Zador Aquatic Center.
Gino Campiotti remembers his first varsity encounter with Central Catholic, and not too fondly.
Isaiah Sholund is the hard-charging bull who wears down defenses in the fourth quarter.
Scheduling may have conspired against Manteca leading up to its pivotal Valley Oak League duel with rival Sierra on Thursday.
Mark Vicente and the Sierra Timberwolves continued their late-game wizardry in last week's heart-stopping 37-36 overtime win over visiting East Union.
A longtime tradition has turned into a weekly feast for Manteca.
Tawny Deerinck got to match her teammates' jersey tops for a change Monday when she and the Buffaloes from Manteca visited rival East Union.
Another week, another shutout for undefeated Manteca.
East Union coach Kim Brooks urged her setter to ramp up the pace of the attack against host Sierra on Thursday.
Seth Davis won't be able to make Manteca High's homecoming game Friday at Guss Schmiedt Field.
Jack Weaver statistically had his least impressive outing of the season last Friday.
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