Sierra High boys basketball coach Scott Thomason called it an "impressive win."
WESTON RANCH - The Manteca High boys varsity basketball team favors slowing down the game.
Ripon High's boys basketball team continued its steady improvement Friday, soundly defeating Division-I Downey 63-43 in Modesto.
STOCKTON - The 4th Annual Big Valley Classic Wrestling Tournament saw 75 wrestling programs show up looking to seize an opportunity for a strong showing in a challenging tournament, and for a handful of area wrestlers that opportunity is close to becoming reality.
Things weren't looking good for East Union during the third quarter of its contest against intracity rival Sierra Thursday night.
Trailing by as much as 19 points in the second half, Weston Ranch's girls basketball team managed to remain a threat in the fourth quarter before falling 63-53 to Manteca High Thursday at Winter Gym.
Kelli Keefe accounted for 11 of Sonora High's 17 fourth-quarter points, helping the Wildcats race past host Lathrop 53-34 in a Valley Oak League contest Thursday.
Tim Baker saved his best for last.
Sierra High varsity wrestler Alex Patton was visibly disappointed after his taxing match with Bobby Guillory.
Sierra High boys varsity basketball coach Scott Thomason knows his squad's style of play.
With one of its top players sidelined for missing practice, East Union High's boys basketball team was nearly burned by one of its former lower-level players.
RIPON - The fact that Ripon High's boys basketball was in the double-bonus before halftime is a pretty good sign that the Indians were aggressive on the court.
East Union High's girls basketball team began its defense of the Valley Oak League championship Tuesday with a 73-23 rout of visiting Lathrop at Dalben Center.
RIPON – The Knights made a splash in their return to the Southern League Tuesday, defeating Mariposa, 62-40.
RIPON - Ripon Christian's girls basketball team wanted to make a statement, but first-year head coach Ed Mulder didn't expect the Knights to pummel visiting Mariposa in such resounding fashion, 62-19.
Anissa Gonzalez has much to be thankful for.
It used to be that, right about now, Jordan Kron would be shelving his soccer cleats for sneakers and a basketball, trading one starring role for another at East Union.
Three Manteca-area standouts landed spots on the All-Valley Oak League volleyball first team.
Kylie Stevens has spent countless hours on grass, gym floors and tennis courts.
Throw seedings out the window, says Sierra coach Jeff Harbison.
Former Weston Ranch point guard Eric Duncan left the city of Stockton with big aspirations. He packed his bag, grabbed his basketball and held tight to his Division I dreams.
Brooke Riley stood over a nasty 4-foot putt with a clear understanding of what it meant.
HILMAR – Emily Baptista and Hilmar knocked Ripon out of the Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV volleyball playoffs with a 25-18, 25-14, 25-21 sweep.
After anchoring a defense that allowed just six goals in eight Trans-Valley League games, Ripon High senior Emmanuel Sanchez was voted the conference's Defensive MVP in the year-end coaches meeting.
The road to redemption is a long and unfamiliar one for Brooke Riley.
All season long, they've carried themselves like MVPs, making the tough calls and taking the tough shots.
STOCKTON – Andrew Manes had four second-half goals – including two in the first six minutes of the half – to help Ripon Christian overcome a one-goal halftime deficit and defeat Sacramento Country Day 4-1 for the Sac-Joaquin Section Division VII soccer championship on Saturday at Stagg High School.
STOCKTON – If at first you do not succeed, try and try again.
You've seen this movie before: Team of misfits overcomes competitive shortcomings to make the championship and win the respect of all despite losing the big game in the end.
Pacific-bound senior Haley Silva and Ellie Waters are heading back to the CIF State Cross Country Championships in two weeks.