RIPON - Not much went wrong for Ripon High in an 82-55 home pasting of Summerville Friday night, the last non-league contest to count toward postseason power ratings.
Another glorious Bowl Championship Series season has come and gone, and I don't know about you, but I'm still buzzing over having just crowned four separate college football champions.
The Manteca Youth Softball Association is holding its last registration date on Wednesday from 6-8 p.m. at Straw Hat Pizza in Manteca (1238 N. Main St.).
OAKDALE - Lathrop High's sophomore girls basktball team is showing signs of improvement and continued its good play Monday in a 47-31 Valley Oak League victory at Oakdale.
The last time that Sensei Jason Cortez competed for a world title, he made it all the way to the finals before a team from Guatemala had him disqualified for wearing his wedding band.
Manteca High is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its last Valley Oak League championship in varsity boys basketball.
East Union plans to be a little more greedy.
King Birakos is ready to lead his Spartans into battle.
RIPON - Ed Martin knows his role.
The Sierra High girls tennis program took a number of steps forward during the 2008 season, finishing 9-5 in Valley Oak League for a respectable fourth place finish in a conference dominated by Ceres, Oakdale and Sonora.
It's not cold.
Sierra High offensive coordinator Jeff Abrew installed the spread offense in 2007.
MODESTO - It goes without saying that East Union seniors Ashley Rose and Rachel McDaniel are expected to bring their 'A' game to the court each and every night, and, luckily for head coach Jim Agostini, that's exactly what they do.
PACIFICA - Christmas and chlorine?
Senior Roberto Alvarez represents history at Weston Ranch High.