Vincent Bordi will make his much-anticipated pro Mixed Martial Arts debut tonight, which also means he'll be collecting a paycheck for his work in the cage.
RIPON – March 22, 2005.
Kimball got redemption against Sierra on Wednesday during a rematch of last year's Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV championship.
Oakdale kept its foot on the gas against the rest of the Valley Oak League after shutting out Lathrop 10-0 in a shortened five-inning contest.
The East Union girls varsity track squad came up shy of sweeping Wednesday's tri-meet against both Sonora and Sierra.
Sierra came out the gates amped for senior night Tuesday and scored the game's first two goals in just 13 minutes against the defending Valley Oak League champion Kimball.
Lucas Widmer had a giant pair of shoes to fill heading into his senior season the mat.
Olivia Vezaldenos has the type of talent not typically seen on the high school hardwood but more on blacktops and playgrounds.
Sierra standout Dakota Conners delivered on Thursday afternoon in Oakdale.
East Union sophomore Nick Rounsville missed an eagle putt and left a couple of birdies short during Thursday's 205-235 Valley Oak League victory over Manteca at the Manteca Park Golf Course.
Weston Ranch's Kent Balacy came through with a clutch victory over Sierra's Anthony Alcantar with all eyes on the final No. 6 singles match that would decide the winner.
Despite being faced with an eight-run deficit and just six more outs left to make something happen with on Wednesday, Manteca had no intentions of laying down against its cross-town rival East Union at the Northgate Softball Complex.
Sierra competed with the heart of a lion Tuesday during a Valley Oak League showdown with Oakdale.
Both of Sierra's points were awarded thanks to pair of grueling victories from its No. 5 and No. 6 singles players in a 7-2 loss at East Union Tuesday.
Alexis Erich and East Union held a three-run cushion heading into the seventh inning Friday and were three outs away from a key Valley Oak League victory over Kimball.