Through four holes, East Union sophomore Brooke Riley was on pace to break her own Valley Oak League course record Thursday at Manteca Park Golf Course.
Sierra was far more competitive in its rematch with crosstown rival Manteca on Thursday, but the visiting Buffaloes proved once again why they are still the team to beat in the Valley Oak League.
Ripon head coach Chris Johnson still regards Modesto Christian as a championship contender. Never mind the Crusaders' shocking Week 4 loss to Hilmar, which visited the Salida campus and handled the hosts by a 30-0 margin. Johnson has his Indians, who are coming off their own impressive victory to kick off the Trans-Valley League schedule, on guard against a letdown tonight when they host Modesto Christian (0-1, 2-3 overall). Ripon puts its 19-game regular-season win ...
Brandon Landwehr's powerful throw-ins in the attacking third of the field are like corner kicks for Manteca.
It was another night, another Valley Oak League win via sweep for Oakdale on Wednesday. But host East Union at least made the Mustangs work for it at Dalben Center. Oakdale took advantage of late mistakes to win the first two games before ratcheting it up a notch in the final set. Scores were 25-18, 25-19, 25-12. "We played with a lot of energy and competed with them up until the 17th or 18th points ...
Ripon High's boys soccer team survived a scare against Orestimba on Wednesday, prevailing 3-2 in Newman.
Sierra scored four second-half goals – two by Bryan Ramos – to pull away from East Union for a 5-2 Valley Oak League soccer win at Daniel Teicheira Memorial Stadium.
The fourth time was the charm for Marcus Montano. His goal in the 73rd minute lifted Manteca High past visiting Weston Ranch 2-1 on what was an otherwise frustrating Tuesday night for the junior standout. Montano had opportunities in the 10th and 11th minutes thwarted by Weston Ranch goalie Jose Avila. His attempt four minutes into the second half, set up wonderfully by Ramon Rodriguez, was blasted over the crossbar. The two would hook up ...
Ripon High enjoyed a dominant start and rode it to a three-game sweep (25-8, 25-20, 25-15) of visiting Modesto Christian on Tuesday.
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.
Bryan Ramos is humble but relentless, a goal-thirsty striker who won't give up on a play, a run or a teammate.
The Manteca High girls tennis team is a win away from repeating as Valley Oak League champion.
LATHROP - After two back-and-forth games Monday night visiting Manteca dished out eight aces down the stretch to pull away from Lathrop and post a 25-21, 25-17, 25-11 sweep in Valley Oak League volleyball action.
Ripon High's boys soccer team is on a roll, but the wins have not come easily of late.
Brooke Riley and the East Union girls golf team is rounding into postseason form in the final week of Valley Oak League play.