All five of East Union's scoring contributors bested the top finisher for Sierra in a 218-274 win at Manteca Park Golf Course on Tuesday. The Lancers are now 10-0 in the Valley Oak League.
Manteca's girls tennis team continued its roll in the Valley Oak League with Tuesday's 7-2 victory at Weston Ranch.
Joseph Espinosa put on a show in the Manteca Cowboys' 34-6 varsity win over the Galt Jr. Warriors at Galt High this past Saturday.
East Union picked up a much-needed victory during its toughest stretch in Valley Oak League play Monday, holding off visiting Weston Ranch in four - 25-23, 25-22, 21-25, 26-24.
The anticipated Central California Junior Football League showdown between the Manteca Jr. Buffaloes and Oakdale Stampede is on.
Barring upsets, the Trans-Valley League boys soccer championship will be decided on Oct. 23 at Ripon High's Stouffer Field.
Alyssa Burch called for the quick set and Beth Aschenbrenner delivered. Burch emphatically crushed her 10th kill and put Manteca in the driver's seat in Monday's crosstown tussle with visiting Sierra at Winter Gym. The long-limbed middle blocker then stuffed a Sierra spike attempt for the clinching point on the next play, as the Buffaloes rallied late for a hard-earned sweep (25-17, 27-25, 27-25. "I wanted to (finish it) bad, but I knew I needed ...
The Ripon volleyball team evened its Trans Valley League record to 1-1 with a 3-0 victory over Hughson on Thursday, 25-21, 25-15, 25-10.
Sierra's Vanessa Rodriguez was the medalist during Thursday's 246-274 Valley Oak League victory over Sonora at the Manteca Parks Golf Course.
East Union picked up four of its points from singles victories during Thursday's 6-3 Valley Oak League victory over host Sierra.
Ripon Christian improved to 3-0 in the Southern League after a five-set victory over host Turlock Christian Thursday, 22-25, 25-22, 27-29, 25-17, 15-7.
East Union had Oakdale on the ropes during Thursday's Valley Oak League matchup at Dino Cunial Field.
Sierra's volleyball team hopes to get rolling following Tuesday's nights sweep of Lathrop.
Manteca High's girls golf team has come a long ways since the start of the season. On Wednesday, the Buffaloes posted their best round of the season in a 259-334 victory over Weston Ranch at Manteca Park Golf Course. They improved to 4-6 in the Valley Oak League. Manteca opened the season with a 303 score and followed that up with its worst, 315, at its home course. The team was coming off narrow losses ...
Ripon High proved it could hang with reigning Trans-Valley League champion Escalon in its conference opener in the North Gym on Tuesday, but the Indians also showed how it can sometimes be their own worst enemy.
Jim Agostini refuses to use youth as an excuse.
Sierra was unable to recover from a slow start in its 57-52 loss to Golden Valley in Merced this past Saturday.
Weston Ranch and Sierra each had five girls place on Saturday in the eighth annual McNair Girls Wrestling Tournament.
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Valley Oak League and crosstown rivals Manteca and East Union met for third place in the Modesto City Classic on Saturday with the Buffaloes outscoring the Lancers in every quarter for the 55-43 win at Modesto High.
MODESTO – Weston Ranch head coach Chris Teevan went head-to-head against his former high school coach Mike Vander Molen during the second round of the Modesto City Classic Thursday night.
MODESTO – East Union's boys basketball squad resorted to its bread and butter down the stretch of Wednesday's opening round matchup of the Modesto City Classic.
RIPON – The first game of the season was a work in progress.
Three area wrestling teams had rough season-opening duals Wednesday night.
It may not have been pretty but it was a win.
LATHROP - Lathrop High's boys basketball team showed flashes of how good it can be under first-year head coach Nathan McGrath in Tuesday's 60-36 victory over Stagg.
Some say that since Sac-Joaquin Section Foundation Games do not count in a team's overall record, they do not matter very much. Do not tell that to Xavier Hartfield.
FRESNO - Sierra sophomore Josh Spooner recorded the best finish of the four local runners competing at Saturday's CIF State Cross Country Championships at Fresno's Woodward Park.
Four area runners are chasing history Saturday in the CIF State Cross Country Championships.
RIPON - Kody Day, a disruptive force on Ripon High's defensive line at 6-foot-2, 225 pounds, does not back down from a challenge.