RIPON - Ripon missed two free throws, a put-back and an open 3-pointer on the final possession of its nonleague tilt with East Union on Wednesday.
LATHROP - Lathrop ended a two-game slide Wednesday and didn't need sophomore Junior Ballard to score more than 30 points to do so.
RIPON - For the second time this season, Ripon Christian High fell to Calaveras.
While St. Mary's gives up size against most teams, Manteca - with three starters at 6-foot-8 or taller - could struggle against the quicker ones.
TRACY - East Union's Olivia Vezaldenos flirted with a triple-double Tuesday, and the Lancers outscored host Tracy 20-4 before running away with a 56-34 non-league girls basketball win at Swenson Gym.
LATHROP - Lathrop High played with a certain tenacity against visiting Pitman on Tuesday.
TURLOCK - Jess Spivey once again provided much of the offense for Sierra, but it was defense that helped the Timberwolves conquer Turlock 45-28 in a nonleague contest Tuesday.
GALT - With Lathrop trailing by 16 at halftime to undefeated Liberty Ranch, coach Nathan McGrath asked his sophomore to carry the load offensively over the next two quarters, and to do so from a different position.
MODESTO - It took a quarter for East Union to shake off the cobwebs for Monday's nonleague tilt at Downey.
East Union finished second Saturday at the Bear Creek Invitational in Stockton and for the second year in a row the Lancers' Jaysen Reindel was voted the outstanding upper-weight wrestler.
The Sierra girls salvaged a win Saturday in the Trojan Clash at Lincoln-Stockton with a 53-33 victory over Mt. Pleasant-San Jose.
Finally, Sierra came out on the right side of a close one.
STOCKTON - It was déjà vu all over again for the Sierra boys basketball team Friday, and not in a good way.
STOCKTON - It was a tough go Friday for Sierra High against Beyer in a consultation bracket game of the Trojans Clash Girls hoop tournament.
Cal-Hi Sports playfully calls it the "We Got Beat by Ripon Bowl."
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Sierra pitcher Lindsey Walljasper put the hammer down when she had to Wednesday.
RIPON - There was nothing that Manteca did that surprised Jamie DeBruyn and his Ripon girls soccer team in Wednesday's nonleague match between 2015 Sac-Joaquin ...
Manteca used the whole package Tuesday with stellar hitting, pitching and fielding to hand Ripon a 10-0 six-inning mercy rule loss in non-league baseball action ...
TRACY - After starting the season with two close losses, East Union's baseball team came out on the winning end of another thanks to a ...
STOCKTON - The Ripon Christian softball team had problems getting on track Monday in an 11-0 five-inning error-plagued mercy rule loss to host Stagg of Stockton ...
SACRAMENTO - D'Angelo Finley wasn't with Weston Ranch a year ago when the boys basketball team was handled by rival Sierra in the Sac-Joaquin ...
Past contacts with coaches ended up opening new doors for East Union senior Marco Gonzales' future.
Isaias Hunter won the high jump and was second in the long jump Saturday to help lead the Lathrop boys to first place in the ...
Manteca bounced back from a 1-0 heartbreaking semifinal loss to St. Mary's and finished third in the Buff Cup with a 2-1 win over ...
Brett Lewis anticipated that the margin of defeat from his Manteca High boys basketball team's Sac-Joaquin Section Division III title-round appearance against Valley Oak ...
SACRAMENTO - Anthony Booker capped his big night with the last of his 18 rebounds and dished it to Jaelen Ragsdale, who then lofted the ball ...
SACRAMENTO - Don't call Josh Dilg underrated.
Sierra junior Branden Rullan and Ripon senior Tristan Smith competed Friday in the California State Wrestling Championships at Rabobank Arena in Bakersfield, but neither advanced ...
Ripon's Friday game with Gustine in the Linden Softball Tournament was rained out, but the Indians started the tournament Thursday with two wins.
STOCKTON - The Weston Ranch baseball team got back on the winning track Thursday with 10-2 nonleague drubbing of Mountain House.
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