Chuck Good belted an RBI double in the top of the sixth and final inning to help the Manteca Little League A's keep the White Sox at bay in a 5-3 major division victory Saturday at Lincoln Park.
LODI - Josh Richter and the Ripon High golf team are going into the rest of spring break and the final week of Trans Valley League play with a huge shot of confidence.
STOCKTON - Lincoln sophomore southpaw John Oberholtzer struck out 10 Indians Saturday afternoon as the Trojans knocked off visiting Ripon, 7-1.
The Manteca Dolphins wrapped up a week of swim tryouts and held daytime camp instruction Saturday at Sierra High. Veteran Dolphin swimmers had an opportunity to train and test the youngsters, while coaches and parents watched poolside.
RIPON - Kyle Wagner was supposed to pitch only when needed to this season.
Neither side expected Thursday's 6-0 Sierra win over Manteca at Daniel Teicheira Memorial Stadium to be so lopsided, but the undefeated Timberwolves have a way of doing that to even the most talented of opponents.
RIPON - Ripon Christian started its rivalry match with Ripon with the first touch at Mistlin Park Thursday.
Four different Lancers found net Thursday evening at Dino Cunial Field in a 5-0 win over Weston Ranch, including Megan Howley who peppered the net twice.
I'm not sure what's more exciting, the catch itself or the stories that follow well after the catch.
Stephanie Sabala had a field day with the first-year Spartans of Lathrop High Thursday evening, scoring four goals in leading the East Union frosh-soph soccer team to a 6-0 win.
Ken Huckaby brought his Baseball Boot Camp from sunny Chandler, Ariz. to rainy Manteca Tuesday and Wednesday.
Kirsten Duren committed to Boise State in the fall, but on Wednesday at Ripon High's main gym that commitment was finally made official.
RIPON - Ripon and Ripon Christian put on a junior circuit-style slugfest Wednesday afternoon at Ripon High, where the Indians prevailed, 15-8.
FRESNO - Andy Scott started it with an RBI double, and Jordan Louie capped it with a two-run shot, as the T'Wolves jumped out to a 3-0 first-inning lead over Sanger and went on win, 12-5.
Escalon's Eric Holmes took full advantage of some home cooking as he drove his Bill McAnally-owned NAPA Toyota Camry to a commanding win in last Saturday's NASCAR Camping World Series West Toyota/NAPA Auto Parts 150 before a sold-out crowd at All-American Speedway in Roseville.