My first of three encounters with Chelsea Gray started on her family's driveway.
Ripon Christian junior Tyler Goslinga left a good enough impression on opposing Trans Valley League coaches that he earned both their respect and one of the conference's top honors.
ATWATER – Sierra had its opportunities to pick up its second win Wednesday in Atwater, but three Falcon unearned runs on two fielding errors in the second led to a 3-2 setback.
Heather Scharmann was determined not to make the same mistake twice.
When it comes to high school wrestling, there is no bigger stage than the California Interscholastic Federation State Championships, which kick off Friday at Rabobank Arena in Bakersfield.
It took four minutes for Mariela Pimentel to find Delaine Quaresma for Sierra High's first score Tuesday afternoon.
Great becomes good, or horrible without warning.
In my last column, I told you about the antelope my son, Bill, shot and that we were waiting for the required drying time before having it was measured by Montana Fish and Game.
Sierra's sophomore softball team did its best work in the clutch during its 4-3 home victory over Tracy Tuesday.
RIPON - Ripon Christian scored all of its runs in the fifth and sixth innings, but the non-league contest was called to darkness, preventing the Knights from completing a comeback in a 10-9 loss to Bret Harte Tuesday.
Christian Williams became the first at Sierra High, and Dave Asuncion achieved a first-in-a-long-time honor at Manteca.
Sierra High will run its annual track and field invitational as usual on Saturday, but it will be under a new name.
TURLOCK - The East Union High varsity girls soccer team had its good moments but also proved there is work to be done after going 1-3 in the Pitman Tournament this past Friday and Saturday.
ACAMPO - The Manteca Area Soccer League under-10 girls all-stars completed their Bill Meyer Winter League season with an 11-0-3 record and the championship. The Sharks went 4-0 in the season-ending playoffs at Oak View School this past weekend.
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