The Sierra girls soccer team was dealt its first loss Tuesday, falling 3-1 to host Tracy High in nonleague action.
East Union continued its early season formula for success, using strong pitching and impeccable defense to remain undefeated with an 11-1 victory over visiting Franklin High Tuesday.
Lathrop High spotted Gregori a run in the first inning and another three in the third, but back-to-back big innings left Lathrop in position for its 11-10 nonleague victory over Gregori Tuesday.
Missed opportunities contributed to East Union High's 6-3 non-league loss to Tracy on Tuesday
Ripon High's two best boys basketball players and a Modesto Christian standout who hails from Manteca were among the top honorees in the Trans-Valley League.
Sierra High's Will Ward and Scott Thomason were rewarded with the Valley Oak League's top honors after anchoring the Timberwolves' first 14-0 finish in conference play.
The basketball season continues for four Manteca area teams Wednesday.
Juniors Tia Sidtikun and Ruth Waters represent Ripon High on the all-Trans Valley League girls basketball first team.
Turlock had an opportunity to at least extend the game with Sierra sophomore reliever Dakota Conners on the mound in a nonleague contest Monday.
Cherish Burks plated three runs from the leadoff spot to spark East Union's softball team to a 10-2 victory over Liberty Ranch of Galt Monday at Northgate Softball Complex.
Ripon High's boys golf team placed a respectable seventh out of 16 teams in the Lincoln Invitational Monday at Brookside Country Club in Stockton.
The Manteca High boys tennis team came out of the California High School Classic with just one win in five matches.
BAKERSFIELD - Martin Beeler – a 2006 Ripon High graduate – can add some fresh polish to his State medal, as it remains in the school record book for at least one more year.
East Union Lancer Jessica Hauck looked in mid-season form setting a new meet record in the pole-vault Saturday during the Sierra High-Tom Moore Relays.
SACRAMENTO – Ripon High opened the fourth quarter of the Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV Championship in prime position to continue its season long reputation as giant killers.
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ATHERTON - Menlo-Atherton proved to be too big, too fast and too good.
Tournament host Sierra made it through pool play unscathed Friday with wins of 4-0 over Downey of Modesto and 2-0 over Chavez of Stockton in ...
Host Manteca High opened the Buff Cup Tournament Friday by trouncing Pacheco Friday, 9-0.
STOCKTON – The Manteca High Buffaloes ran into a tough West Campus squad in the second round of the Trojan Clash Tournament at Lincoln High on ...
STOCKTON – Bikram Thiara knows how to handle himself down the stretch.
Manteca rebounded well from its season-opening loss to Lincoln, and rebound the Buffaloes did.
STOCKTON - Thirteen turnovers and a lack of hustle on defensive rebounds led to a 16-5 first-quarter deficit for Manteca in the opening round of the ...
Linden took out its frustrations on Manteca, rallying in the second half for a commanding 2-0 win at Guss Schmiedt Field on Thursday.
STOCKTON - Lathrop fell behind to start the game Thursday, but the Spartans did not say there for long.
TURLOCK - Jadyn Shinn scored once in each half, and it was enough for the Sierra girls soccer team to come away with a 2-0 road ...
The Maytag repairman has nothing on Isabella Cruz.
Trent Rivera set the tone on his first touch of the game for East Union at Riverbank.
STOCKTON - Sierra's boys basketball team dropped a 77-74 double-overtime heartbreaker to Grant in the first round of the McDonald's Classic at Edison High ...
Some teams have little depth because of a drop-off in talent. The Sierra girls basketball team has no depth – not because of a drop-off in ...
RIPON - Anthony Sisk turned to rapper Meek Mill to get him in the right mindset for Ripon's home opener against Lathrop on Tuesday.
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