Teejay Gordon scored 16 points as the East Union sophomore basketball team raced away from Central Valley in a 56-40 win.
ELK GROVE – Weston Ranch travelled north to Rosemont High Saturday afternoon for the Sac-Joaquin Section Team Duals Tournament and was turned away after one match, falling to Placer, 39-19.
STOCKTON – Ripon High freshman Julianna Triplett made history Saturday afternoon, becoming the first 165-pound girls wrestler ever to capture a Sac-Joaquin Section championship.
LATHROP – Erica Sanchez netted 16 points and Jasmine Elder added 12 Saturday at Lathrop High, but it wouldn't be enough, as the Manteca sophomore girls basketball team feasted in the paint and pulled out a 55-41 win.
Manteca sophomore Kiwi Gardner was already red hot, but he passed up a wide-open 3-pointer to let an ice-cold teammate attempt the biggest shot of the game.
WESTON RANCH – The last time the Weston Ranch Cougars took on East Union, they breezed their way to a victory with a commanding 20-point margin, 60-40.
RIVERBANK - Daniel Van De Pol scored 16 of his game-high 18 in the second half Friday night as Ripon Christian upended Riverbank for the second time this season, 55-50.
WESTON RANCH – TeeJay Gordon led the way to victory for the East Union sophomore boys basketball team Friday night, 45-36, at Weston Ranch.
Coming off just their second loss of the season, a loss reminiscent to one suffered at the hands of Weston Ranch the first time around, there was very little that could stand in the way of Rachel McDaniel, Ashley Rose and the rest of the East Union Lancers Thursday night at the Dalben Center.
RIPON – When the Ripon Indians fell to the Hughson Huskies in their first matchup on Jan. 20, they did so without starting senior and floor general Jessica Blythe who was out with a back injury.
The Buffaloes are beginning to believe.
Everybody got into the act for the East Union sophomore girls basketball team Thursday night at the Dalben Center as the Squires improved to 11-1 in Valley Oak League play with a blowout of Weston Ranch.
The Sac-Joaquin Section's playoff committee made a few changes to its original postseason football proposal that was revealed Jan. 9.
Batman found himself a new Robin.
CERES – Prior to Wednesday, neither Manteca head coach Dave Asuncion or Sierra's Scott Thomason wanted to admit that Friday night was circled on the calendar.
Despite her disappointment, Loretta Kakala stuck around near the Cal State Stanislaus discus ring, watching closely as if taking mental notes of some of the more experienced competitors still alive in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV/V meet on May 20.