The Manteca Jaguars varsity youth football team had a tough draw to open the Central California Junior Youth Football season.
The two-time defending National Youth Football League varsity champion lost for the first time since 2009 Saturday at Chabot College in Hayward.
Kyle Dorland scored twice to lead the Revolution to a 5-0 win over Chivas in under-12 boys action Saturday at Woodward Park.
The Ripon Chiefs varsity squad is off to a great start in 2011 after last year's varsity contingent captured the Trans Valley Youth Football League championship.
Kristine Kaneichi couldn't wait to leave home.
The Manteca Cowboys had a sparkling debut in the new NorCal All-American Youth Football League, as all four squads won their openers Saturday at Stagg High in Stockton.
Matthew Guerrero was already a winner by qualifying for last week's 40th Annual USA Boxing Junior Olympic Championships in Mobile, Ala.
Student-athletes from the area got a head start on their classmates to the school year Monday.
Five years ago, the Manteca Jr. Buffaloes were the talk of the town, but much of the talk wasn't good.
It's been a stressful past few weeks for Manteca Chargers president Jon Shaefer.
Andrew Bonner's phenomenal summer run continued last week with an outstanding effort in the 39th annual Junior America's Cup at Hiwan Golf Club in Evergreen, Colo.
The 2009 season may have marked the beginning of the end for one of Manteca's oldest youth football and cheer organizations.
One of the most pressure-packed moments in sports is the sudden-death playoff hole in golf.
Jacob Gomes earned the third win of his sophomore season in the Spears SRL Southwest Tour last Saturday.
Trevor Smith and Juliana Triplett of the Ripon Tribe Wrestling Club fell short of their goals at the ASICA/Vaughan Junior & Cadet National Championships this past week.
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In a span of three days, Scott Tolman broke his own school records and reaffirmed his status as an All-American while twice medaling in the ...
STOCKTON - Penalty-kick shootouts require "no skill" and hinges on "luck," if you ask Rio Americano coach Chris Hall.
Manteca head coach Justin Coenenberg tried to find fault in his team at halftime of the Buffaloes' Sac-Joaquin Section Division III semifinal with visiting Vista ...
Coming off four straight shutouts, Manteca's veteran defenders will be tested tonight by Vista del Lago's multi-threat attack in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division ...
Getting swept by East Union this week may have caused Valley Oak League champion Manteca (19-7) to slide in the seedings for the Sac-Joaquin Section ...
Career win No. 400 will have to wait for Sierra head coach Manuel Pires.
East Union beat Oakdale in a coin flip Thursday to get the No. 1 seed for the Sac-Joaquin Section Division III playoffs.
MOUNTAIN HOUSE - With the outright Trans-Valley League title already clinched, Ripon completed a perfect run Wednesday but had to hold off last-place Mountain House 6-5 ...
Top-seeded Manteca dominated in its Sac-Joaquin Section Division III playoff opener on Tuesday, though the 2-0 final against visiting Ceres may indicate otherwise.
Nothing is settled yet in the final week of the Valley Oak League.
There won't be third meeting between rivals Manteca and Sierra in the Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs.
Kenny Wooten will not be graduating from Manteca High almost two months after helping the boys basketball team win its first state championship.
Manuel Pires started coaching Sierra's girls soccer team when the school opened in the mid-90s, thinking he'd retire soon after the youngest of ...
There was a time when Mariah Jeffrey figured her senior season at East Union would be her last as a soccer player.
Patience paid off for Devi Coglio.
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