RIPON – If Danielle Sperry was holding onto any frustration following Wednesday's runaway loss to Sierra, the freshman didn't show it.
Manteca High's boys tennis team continued to show signs of improvement Friday, rolling past Sonora on the road, 7-2.
STOCKTON – Jack Thomson's formula for success sounds so simple off the tongue.
Justin Nieto was impressive for East Union, tossing a mercy-rule shortened, complete-game win with 12 strikeouts and no walks Thursday as the Lnacers beat Patterson 11-1.
WESTON RANCH – It did not take long for Lathrop to get things going, netting its first goal in the fourth minute. Then Lathrop went lethargic as Weston Ranch rallied and never let up en route to landing its first Valley Oak League win Thursday, 3-2.
Former Sierra High basketball standout Christian Williams prolonged his collegiate career Thursday when he helped Jackson State, the No. 2 seeded team in the Southwestern Athletic Conference, win its postseason opener.
After doing her best to keep Sierra High in its matchup against Argonaut with eight solid innings of pitching, Sommer Wilson decided to end it for good when she connected on a three-run homer in the bottom of the eighth for a 8-5 Sierra win Thursday.
Manteca High's boys tennis team is on a little roll after dropping its Valley Oak League opener to Kimball.
East Union suffered its first loss of the Valley Oak League season Thursday, falling to Sonora in a close 206-209 decision at Mountain Springs Golf & Country Club.
Essley Green started out his career-best outing with a chip for eagle on the par-five first hole of Manteca Park Golf Course on Wednesday. He would finish with a personal best 2-over 39 on the front nine, and Sierra cruised to a 218-322 victory over Lathrop. It was collectively a rock-solid effort for the Timberwolves. Blake Settlemoir added a 41, Chris Schmitz carded a 44, Matt ...
Escalon was up in arms. East Union's arms were pumping in celebration. It was a controversial end to East Union's 6-5 victory at Agostini Field on Wednesday. Escalon (1-4-1) had climbed all the way back from a 5-0 deficit and tied it in the top of the seventh. In the home half of the final frame, Brennan Koeller doled out the game-winning hit ...
Seth Davis' brisk ascension up the football coaching ranks began five years ago when he served as the defensive coordinator for Weston Ranch's freshman squad.
Sommer Wilson bounced on the rubber, twirling the neon orb in her hand. The hard-hitting middle infielder finished Wednesday's 7-1 victory over Ripon in the pitcher's circle, relieving all-world talent Allie Walljasper. Wilson better get comfortable. Sierra coach Nick Olmo will lean on Wilson – and a host of other players if he has to – while he rests Walljasper, the Bulletin's two-time All-Area player of the year. The junior ...
The Southern League has belonged to Turlock Christian's Halie Bergman, the lights-out shooting guard bound for the University of the Pacific.
RIPON – The Ripon Christian boys basketball team blew through Southern League play with relative ease.
LODI - Manteca was one pitch away from advancing to the Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV finals for the second time in three years.
Limping, Kianna Lamont entered the game in the eighth minute and nearly changed East Union's fortune with one good leg.
LODI - Austin Ragsdale is no small-time pitcher on a small-school team.
Jim Todd took a moment to himself to wade through the emotions following a season-ending loss to Colfax.
Will Brink didn't need a playoff hole to qualify for the CIF State Golf Championships, but he did need a strong finish to earn his spot.
STOCKTON - Senior grad night and the always-pesky Kimball softball team almost got the better of Sierra in Friday's Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV semifinal at Arnaiz Stadium.
LODI – Ripon Christian's Danny Vander Molen was handed the ball for just his third start of the season Friday night.
RIPON – Kevin Tameling remembers a time not so long ago when Ripon Christian was all heart with little results.
Phillip Herrera and Emmanuel Elijah opted not to join their senior classmates at Magic Mountain Thursday night.
STOCKTON – Nicole Kaiser performed like she had a ticket to play Division I softball on Thursday.
Racing against time and trailing by a score, the East Union girls soccer team turned to desperation.
LODI – Jake Corn had confidence in his fastball.
LODI - Chandler Bengston woke up Central Catholic's bats with a loud two-run dinger that sparked a game-breaking, two-out rally.
STOCKTON - Allie Walljasper had plenty to do with Sierra punching its ticket to the semifinal of the Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV softball tournament Wednesday night.
RIO LINDA – Teagan Manus scored a hat trick and Bryanna Heida earned the clean sheet as Ripon Christian moved within one win of its first Sac-Joaquin Section championship.