When the third and final Valley Oak League cross-country race was complete, the Sierra Timberwolves were able to land three of four VOL Championships, winning both girls titles and the sophomore boys crown Wednesday in Angels Camp.
Just about everything that could go right did for the Weston Ranch tennis team this year, putting together the school's first-ever Valley Oak League girls tennis championship and Sac-Joaquin Section Division II playoff berth.
WESTON RANCH - Weston Ranch countered Sierra High's big comeback with one of its own.
Ripon Christian could have took advantage of a lackluster start by the Delhi Hawks, but that was not the case as the Knights drop another Southern League match Tuesday 6-3 in Ripon.
The East Union Lancers got their second crack at the Oakdale Mustangs, but the results didn't improve much as the Lancers dropped their Valley Oak League match with Oakdale 3-0 Tuesday in Oakdale.
The enormity of Monday's Valley Oak League all-important showdown with visiting Oakdale didn't do the trick.
It was only appropriate that Sierra High's Alysia Atkins closed off the Manteca Buffaloes' hopes to win an emphatic smash, sending the Timberwolves off with a 3-0 win over Manteca Thursday in Valley Oak League play.
It took a combination platter of the best tennis players at Sonora High to accomplish a feat no Valley Oak League doubles tandem was able to do, when Brianne McRee and Brielle Snyder teamed up for a 6-2, 6-0 win over No. 1 seeded Stephanie Vanni and Maryann Baker Thursday.
The Weston Ranch Cougars' downward spiral continued as they were swept by the East Union Lancers Thursday in Valley Oak League play.
Ripon Christian got off to a quality start and it never let up, posting a one-sided 6-0 blowout on Turlock Christian Thursday in Southern League play.
ESCALON – Escalon High had no problem battling with the Ripon Indians and keeping the match skin-tight over the first two games, but the Cougars would eventually succumb to the Trans Valley League's best, falling in a 3-0 sweep Wednesday to the Indians.
The Sierra High soccer program stepped into the driver's seat for the Valley Oak League championship with last week's win over Manteca, but the road got a little bumpy Wednesday as the Timberwolves were stopped in Sonora 1-0 by the Wildcats in league action.
Throughout the entire season, the East Union Lancers have turned to one another to find its motivation to continue along an unchallenging 2010 Valley Oak League season. So it was pretty fitting that East Union could only find themselves atop the leader board in Tuesday's VOL Tournament at Lockeford Springs Golf Course.
The opportunity to close out her senior season as the Valley Oak League's No. 1 singles player is right in front of Sierra High's Vannida Nguyen, but to conquer that feat Nguyen will most certainly have to earn that title.
The Lathrop Spartans were able to respond after dropping the first game, bouncing back to take the next three in a 3-1 Valley Oak League win over the Sierra Timberwolves Tuesday.
Ryan Lee and Ezra Lenhardt led the way as East Union rolled past Weston Ranch in Thursday's Valley Oak League match at the Van ...
TRACY - Pitching. Defense. Heads-up base running. Clutch hits.
Base running miscues and stellar defense from visiting Franklin of Stockton killed the first two Buffaloes scoring rallies.
Marco Gonzales had a strong sense of confidence on the mound.
Ripon High swimmers split in a dual meet at Weston Ranch on Wednesday.
The Manteca High Buffaloes blanked their crosstown rival Sierra Wednesday in Valley Oak League action at the Union Road Park tennis courts.
Stellar Weston Ranch pitching coupled with sub-par Lathrop defense led to an 11-1 five-inning Cougars win in the Valley Oak League baseball opener Wednesday for ...
Lindsey Walljasper was in complete control on the mound.
Manteca High put together a solid effort Tuesday against crosstown rival East Union.
Christian Guzman celebrated his birthday in fine fashion on the links.
Jake Menasco went six solid innings to help lead the Manteca High Buffaloes past McNair Tuesday in a non-league affair, 4-1.
Sierra High battled through some windy conditions Monday to defeat rival Manteca, 258-279.
It wasn't an easy night for the Lathrop High School girls soccer team Monday.
The Ripon High boys and girls swim teams opened the season last week against Kimball and Oakdale, respectively.
D'Angelo Finley made his one year at Weston Ranch count.