East Union High 2013 graduate Kayla Lamont was one of four assistant coaches from Manteca present during this week's Ambassadors in Sport soccer camp sponsored by Crossroads Grace Community Church and hosted by Northgate Park.
It's no secret Jeff Harbison has built a legitimate football program at Sierra.
Deborah Garcia has been living in the same Central Manteca home for more than two decades. Garage sales aren't something she does too often.
The Manteca Masonic Tyrian Lodge #439 hosted its centennial celebration on Saturday, marking 100 years of activity.
East Union has nowhere to go but forward this season.
Vince Bordi stepped into the cage and onto one of the biggest stages of his mixed martial arts career last Saturday during the Gallus Fighting Championship in San Jose.
LATHROP – The Lathrop Lions youth football program hasn't taken long to set itself apart from the area's other teams.
RIPON – This fall, the Ripon Christian football is playing for keeps.
WESTON RANCH – A fiery player with ties to a Sac-Joaquin Section championship has returned to the Valley Oak League.
Mike Lopez has been playing tennis since his elementary school days.
Allie Walljasper seems to have a teenage love affair going with LSU.
Jake Corn let the cat out of the bag to kick off his final high school summer.
For one local Little League All-Star squad, the California Section 6 Tournament is all-too familiar territory.
WESTON RANCH - Isaiah Perez of the Manteca 11-12 year old All-Star squad only gave up one hit in two starts against Northgate during the District 67 Little League All-Star Tournament hosted by Paul Weston Park and Weston Ranch Little League.
SALIDA - Grant Houle of the Manteca minor division All-Star squad went to work for 4 1/3 innings Friday during the quarterfinals of the District 67 Little League Tournament.
Despite Sierra giving undefeated Atwater a run for its money Friday, the Timberwolves (1-2) weren't able to shake a three-run deficit with just three outs to go despite putting two runners on with no one out.
East Union registered its first wins of the season Friday in the Ted Yoneda Tournament at Arnaiz Stadium in Stockton.
Alyssa Cantu and Jasmine Ivey both made their third consecutive appearance at the CIF 2014 State Girls Wrestling Championships this past weekend at the Visalia Convention Center.
The Lathrop girls soccer team opened the spring season with a 1-1 non-league draw against McNair-Stockton on Saturday.
STOCKTON – Lucas Widmer's prep career came to a conclusion against an all-too familiar foe during the third round of the consolation bracket of the Sac-Joaquin Section Masters Tournament Friday night.
RIPON – Lillie Olson was a significant reason Sacramento Waldorf made it to the quarterfinals of the Sac-Joaquin Section Division V Tournament Thursday night.
East Union's six-game winning streak came to a halt Thursday night when the Lancers got acquainted with top-seeded Vanden-Fairfield during the quarterfinals of the Sac-Joaquin Section Division III Girls Basketball Tournament.
FOLSOM – Six of the eight area wrestlers who punched tickets to this weekend's Sac-Joaquin Section Masters Tournament in Stockton all came up empty during the finals of their divisional tournaments on Saturday.
STOCKTON – Chris Teevan took a lap around the track and paced all over the Weston Ranch campus while awaiting the final results of the Lathrop-Sierra game Tuesday night.
Danny Vander Molen delivered a clutch 19-point performance Saturday, including the game's final five points that helped lift Ripon Christian over its cross-town rivals, 71-66.
Weston Ranch junior Andrew Olaya was the only Manteca Unified School District wrestler to bring home a Valley Oak League championship during the VOL Tournament in Sonora on Saturday.
Elisabeth Alexander helped set up Weston Ranch's winner-take-all Valley Oak League championship against Kimball Tracy on Tuesday.
Manteca exited the locker rooms at Winter Gym Friday night playing ball like there was a playoff spot on the line – which there was.
East Union point guard Olivia Vezaldenos remained hot and put together a flashy performance during a 58-45 Valley Oak League victory over cross-town rival Manteca.
Nick and Joe Luna III have arguably put in more time on the mat than any other youth in the area.