Weston Ranch High's girls tennis team is quickly closing in on its second straight Valley Oak League championship.
The East Union High girls golf squad took care of Weston Ranch Tuesday at Stockton's Van Buskirk Municipal Course.
Manteca High's volleyball team fought back from an early six-point deficit in Game 4 to clinch a four-game win (25-16, 25-27, 25-11, 25-20) at Lathrop Tuesday.
For the first half, the Ripon Christian High boys varsity soccer team managed to stay even with Gustine on Tuesday.
There are no winners and losers, but there are rare moments when ties in soccer can be either exhilarating or agonizing.
East Union High's girls golfers were fans of crosstown rival Sierra on Monday.
The Sierra High boys soccer team is back on top of the Valley Oak League standings, but not before host Weston Ranch put a scare into the Timberwolves Monday.
RIPON - The Knights methodically took care of business Thursday against visiting Delhi.
Weston Ranch's volleyball team made things easier on itself this time around.
It didn't matter that the Delhi Hawks had three times as many shots on goal as Ripon Christian did heading into the half on Thursday afternoon.
At the end, allof the attention was on the final doubles match that decided whether it would be host Sonora or East Union that walked away with a tennis victory.
It wasn't about revenge.
And Ripon High takes the lead.
Sonora is one of those bubble teams that worry the Valley Oak League's contenders.
The East Union High girls golf team stayed in a three-way tie atop the Valley Oak League standings by beating Sierra Wednesday at the Manteca Park Golf Course.
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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.
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