Evan Lewis' 51 Thursday at Manteca Park Golf Course turned out to be the difference in a 221-222 East Union win over Sonora.
Springtime fishing is a favorite time of year for anglers. This is the one time of the year when I truly love just being outside. I primarily fish for bass; it's this time of year when any bite could be the fish of a lifetime. There are really no bad casts this time of year, as the fish could be anywhere. Professional bass angler Robert Lee once said, "Most anglers fish right over the top ...
CERES - East Union No. 1Tyler Ward won 6-0 and 6-2, and fell 6-4 to Ceres' No. 1 Thursday in a 10-5-4.5 loss to the Bulldogs.
The Manteca sophomore softball team made it three straight in Valley Oak Leauge play Thursday at Lincoln Park with a 9-2 win over Lathrop.
You know it's a good day when the throw-out score is a 5-over-par 42. In one of the more impressive team rounds in recent Manteca Park Golf Course history, Sierra shot an unbelievable 195 Wednesday afternoon in a 23-shot win over East Union. The Lancers' 218 was East Union's best round of the season, and it was highlighted by Kyle Harman's medalist effort, a 1-under-par 36, but it wouldn't be enough to thwart the surging ...
Weston Ranch fared well without star distance runner Roberto Alvarez in a Valley Oak League varsity dual meet at Manteca High Wednesday.
Sierra High welcomed its neighbors over to the home pool Wednesday afternoon as the Ripon Indians visited for a non-league friendly.
RIPON - The Ripon Indians don't like to run up the score, but sometimes even that task can be difficult.
Cassie Waggy and Rochelle Sellers crushed the big bombs to spot her the lead, and her defense came up with key plays behind her to help her keep it.
OAKDALE - It's all tied up now. Coming into the Valley Oak League softball season it was hard to figure a frontrunner, and after Sierra pulled off a thrilling 1-0 win over previously undefeated Oakdale Wednesday afternoon on the Mustangs' diamond, sorting out the haves and have-nots became all the more difficult. As it stands now, all four horses in the race are neck and neck – Sierra, East Union, Ceres and Oakdale are knotted ...
It is often said that you can never go back home, but there are more than 4,200 fans and competitors who attended Sunday's season-opening day event at the New Stockton 99 Speedway that would fervently disagree.
OAKDALE - Grant Widmer won four events, and Sierra's defending Valley Oak League champion frosh-soph boys team needed every one of them along with the 4x400 team's clutch performance in its 71-65 victory over Oakdale.
The string of shutouts is snapped, but the streak that matters most is still alive for Sierra. The Timberwolves shook off its usual early-game rust and dominated the second half, when they scored all of their goals - two from Kayla Cody - to prevail 3-1 over rival East Union Tuesday at Daniel Teicheira Memorial Stadium. Sierra goalkeeper Moriah Fallon and her defensive line consisting of Melissa Bennett, Jamie Huffman, Hannah Obanni and Rebecca Scott ...
The stage is set. After Manteca cruised to a 13-2 win over visiting Sierra Tuesday, the two-time defending Valley Oak League champion will square off with the other remaining undefeated team, Sonora, next week. "It's going to be another close one," said Manteca coach Frank Fontana, whose Buffaloes (6-0, 10-6 overall) edged out fellow contender Ceres 8-7 last week. Ceres lost to Sonora Tuesday. Yassen Aniss and Manteca's doubles tandems swept their sets to spearhead ...
With almost as many professional scouts on hand as parents Tuesday afternoon at Agostini Field, Oakdale's southpaw ace Justin Jones gave them what they came to see, tossing six innings of three-hit ball and striking out eleven in an 11-0 shutout of East Union.
STOCKTON – The Lathrop Jr. Spartans junior varsity team made a respectable run in the Delta Youth Football League playoffs.
Ivy Benson and Tyanne Woodyard-Smith scored two goals apiece as the Manteca Fury under-19 girls soccer team distanced themselves from the Manteca Revolution on Saturday, 6-1.
BERKELEY (AP) - As good as Oregon State quarterback Sean Mannion and wide receiver Brandin Cooks are going right now, they hardly needed the help afforded by California's porous defense.
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