Dave Breitenbucher predicted fifth-place finishes in the Valley Oak League for his Sierra swim teams this year.
Isela Rivera missed on a back-post header, whiffed on a breakaway from the top of box and pushed a few other shots wide.
Sierra nearly blew its chance to qualify for the Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV Tournament for the first time since 2010 Tuesday in the Valley Oak League Championships.
The middle of Sierra's lineup continued to terrorize Valley Oak League pitching on Tuesday.
There were no big surprises in Day 1 of the Valley Oak League Tennis Tournament at Weston Ranch High on Tuesday.
With a chance to grab a share of the Trans-Valley League coed tennis title, Ripon High came up short Tuesday in a 5-4 loss to visiting Escalon.
Jasmine Ivey and Alyssa Cantu are still collecting hardware in their already-decorated senior campaigns.
Ripon Christian's girls soccer team can steal a piece of the Southern League championship this Wednesday when it welcomes Mariposa.
Logan Jackson continues to make a splash in a sport where Buffalo don't often roam – diving.
A heavy thunderstorm brought rain, wind and even some hail on Friday, washing out the local sports calendar.
Joshua Patton had a goal in mind when he first stepped foot on the Sierra High campus as a freshman.
RIPON – March 22, 2005.
Jack Thomson believes he's found another arm to bolster Sierra's run at a Valley Oak League championship.
On the diamond, Dakota Conners hasn't made many errors in judgment or position.
Manteca and East Union are out for revenge, while Lathrop's second-year head coach returns to his hometown to lead the Spartans onto familiar grounds.
Brooke Riley stood shoulder to shoulder with a teammate, both staring down the third fairway at Manteca Park Golf Course.
LATHROP – Alfredo Reynaga hasn't wasted any time putting his stamp on the Lathrop High boys soccer program.
Weston Ranch isn't going to surprise anybody this year.
Ripon Christian has re-established itself as a force among Sac-Joaquin Section small-school powers following eight straight losing seasons.
The Ripon High boys soccer team didn't just lose the area's top player from a year ago.