The Manteca High girls tennis team squeaked past cross-town rival Sierra on Thursday, 5-4.
The Ripon Christian High girls golf squad edged Ripon High in the Valley Foothill League match finale on Thursday, 191-195.
Manteca head volleyball coach Tim Horning didn't know which way his team was going to bounce when they took the court against Weston Ranch Thursday night.
Matthew Uecker's first-half goal was the difference.
Now that East Union's boys soccer team is back on top in the Valley Oak League, the challenge going into the final two weeks of the season is staying there.
Two Unterholzner siblings will be split by rival schools starting next fall.
The Valley Oak League championship is in sight for the Manteca High boys and Sierra girls cross country teams.
The Buffaloes appear to be peaking at the right time.
After a rough patch through the middle of the Valley Oak League season, sophomore Jordan Vinson is picking her game back up at just the right time for East Union's girls golf team.
The Weston Ranch High girls tennis team chalked up another Valley Oak League win Tuesday.
Sophomore setter Regina Dias got East Union going from the service line.
Lathrop High volleyball coach Nicole Unrein isn't expressing disappointment in her team's three-game defeat (16-25, 16-25, 11-25) to visiting Oakdale.
Ripon Christian's boys soccer team has had little trouble holding teams for a half of late.
The East Union High girls golf squad took care of cross-town rival Manteca High Tuesday at the Manteca Park Golf Course.
Sierra High's boys soccer team secured bragging rights Monday at East Union, but first place still belongs to the Lancers.
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The Manteca area just may be soccer central in this half of the Sac-Joaquin Section.
Clarissa Lecce kept her legs moving, reading the run of play as it moved across the field, anticipating each bounce of the ball.
Nothing is better for a team than controlling its own destiny.
Greg Jones brought Manteca back with his bat and then won the game with his eyes.
MODESTO – Nik Lengert was resourceful and resolute, surviving a marathon match and the hottest of day of the season to reach today's final of the Trans-Valley League Singles Tournament.
The anticipated rematch between the Manteca and East Union girls sprinters will have to wait.
East Union clinched at least a share of the Valley Oak League softball title after Thursday's 13-4 victory over rival Manteca High at Northgate Softball Complex.
Hunter Johnson and Joshua Patton shared the Valley Oak League's MVP honor in what was a historic season for Sierra High's Sac-Joaquin Section Division III champion boys basketball team.
Ripon put together a strong finish to its Trans-Valley League championship run on Thursday, although the heated match with visiting Hughson ended prematurely.
Needing a win to guarantee a second-place finish in the Trans-Valley League, Ripon was unable to overcome host Modesto Christian's eight-run onslaught in the fourth inning in a 9-5 defeat on Thursday.
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