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.
RIPON - Everything was going Mariposa's way at the start of its Southern League showdown of defending co-champions at Ripon Christian on Monday.
Oakdale needed two fourth-down touchdown passes and a monster night from running back Cameron Cherry to escape Sierra's Daniel Teicheira Stadium with a 28-25 victory Friday.
RIPON - Hilmar wasn't going down without a fight.
East Union felt unstoppable at this point last season.
Weston Ranch struggled with serving errors throughout its Valley Oak League match at Sierra on Wednesday, but Judit Zamora came through in a big way in the fifth and final set.
Manteca wasn't always sharp, but the Buffaloes were good enough to sweep rival Sierra across town Monday, 25-15, 25-16, 25-19.
LATHROP - The Spartans of Lathrop High marched two by two toward the locker room as they always do after home games, and they did it with heads held high.
MODESTO - Ripon's nightmare at Sonora is now in the rear-view mirror.
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FAIR OAKS - Del Campo won the game, but the night belonged to East Union's Vinny Torrice.
Taylor Corona's match was nerve-wracking enough.
Manteca is presumed to be the 2016 Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV champion, and the postseason doesn't kick off until 7 o'clock tonight.
Postseason appearances haven't come around too often in East Union's 50-year history, so sixth-year head coach Willie Herrera is understandably estatic to prepare ...
A student from be.tech's culinary arts program, Stephania Mercado served up the clinching point for Manteca High's girls tennis team on Monday.
Sierra has familiar company in Division IV.
RIPON - Cody Rentfro spent much of the night plowing his way forward, but on the final play of Hilmar's Trans Valley League championship game ...
RIPON - Calaveras followed up a lackluster first set with a more spirited effort in the second.
RIPON - Third-seeded Ripon began its Sac-Joaquin Section Division III title defense Thursday with a one-sided 13-3 win over No. 6 Livingston at the Ervin Zador ...
The 2010 shocker heard 'round the city has been revisited "a lot of times" this week by Manteca head coach Eric Reis.
Ripon is playing for another Trans Valley League championship.
Sierra may be faced with a must-win situation Friday, one its Week-10 opponent is familiar with.
Considering how the match started, Manteca girls tennis coach MaryAnn Tolbert was admittedly taken aback at the final outcome.
The Manteca girls tennis and Ripon volleyball teams earned the top seeds in their respective brackets for the Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs. Both begin play today.
Nothing comes easy against Oakdale.
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