Manteca left it up to a sophomore to stop the bleeding.
After three straight blowouts to start the season, East Union head coach Dan Triglia was hoping that the three matchups against Lodi, Tracy and Tokay scheduled for this week would offer his Lancers a challenge heading into Valley Oak League play.
Freshman Forrest Tolman made his mark early for the Sierra High tennis team Tuesday in an 11.5-3.5 win over Central Valley at East Union.
OAKDALE – The word around Valley Oak League clubhouses heading into this season is that Oakdale would scare more than its fair share of opponents this season.
North provided nothing but the usual poked purple canvas showing what looked like the immense brightness of something beyond. South was aglow with intervals of orange and yellow.
ATWATER - Daylynn Penner struck out seven of the first 10 batters she faced as the Sierra sophomore softball team got 11 hits from eight different girls and made short work of Buhach Colony, 7-2.
ELK GROVE - It took some of Manteca's promising up-and-coming talents to hand young Cosumnes Oaks its first loss of the season, 2-1, Tuesday.
STOCKTON – Edison scored three runs in the first and another in the second and hung on for a 4-2 win over Weston Ranch Tuesday afternoon.
Andy Scott settled into second base, visibly disappointed after his potential home-run shot bounced high off the wall in right center.
Another day, another five-inning blow out for upstart East Union High.
RIVERBANK - Ripon High's Renae McFadden was forced to play out of position with star center midfielder Ariel Anaya (knee) and wing forward Meredith Perkins (sick) sidelined.
STOCKTON - The rematch wasn't as close as the first one, but Ripon coach Chris Musseman expected better from his Indians, 240-315 winners over host Weston Ranch Monday at Van Buskirk Golf Course.
East Union High's sophomore baseball team did all of its damage at the start, and it was more than enough to upend visiting Patterson 12-6 Monday.
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STANFORD (AP) - Even in November, Tara VanDerveer prepares her team for March by scheduling tough games and treating them like NCAA Tournament matchups.
Auburn coach Bruce Pearl felt like a winner two days before his team even plays its first game.
BERKELEY (AP) - After the celebration quieted and the meeting room emptied, California center Chen Yue popped her head around the corner to offer congratulations to ...
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