RIPON - Ripon's water polo program enjoyed an historic 2015 campaign despite depth issues.
One of Kim Brooks' greatest motivations for coaching is her own regret.
STOCKTON - In dire need of a new volleyball coach, it turned out Weston Ranch athletic director Craig Bingham didn't need to search far to find one after all.
Adrienne Beltrami would have been more than happy to spend the rest of her coaching career with Ripon High, but she could not pass up an opportunity to fulfill longtime dream of leading a program in the college ranks.
East Union's nine-year run as Valley Oak League champion in girls golf may be in jeopardy.
Vincent Avina isn't as active as he wants to be in the ring, but "The Beast" makes it count when he does step into the squared circle.
Often described as "old school," Joe Miller was a no-nonsense leader who expected the best effort from his players on the field and beyond it.
First-year head coach Chris Musseman is putting his own stamp on Ripon's football program.
Seth Davis is reminded of a painful end to the 2015 season every morning when he goes on his run.
Joe Pirillo needed just one season to change the culture of Lathrop High's football team.
Eric Reis can't wait to see how his players fare in pads.
East Union has higher expectations after a 3-7 finish in 2015 with an experienced core of third-year varsity seniors returning.
Many of its stars have graduated since its historic 2015 run, but Sierra has had little trouble getting players to participate in its summer program.
The awards keep coming for league MVPs Marco Gonzales, Travis Vander Molen and Mikaela Ferreira.
Hunter Brooks' transition to the bigger bikes has gone well.
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Coming off a historic season, Sierra isn't thinking about championships going into Friday's 2016 opener at Ripon.
Emma Broderick couldn't pass up the chance to attend what she called her "dream college."
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