The Manteca Buffaloes tennis team made their way to the Brentwood area to compete in the Freedom Invitational, and putting together a quality run, closing the two-day tournament with a victory over Liberty High Saturday.
The Sierra High girls soccer team opened its 7th Annual Vern Gebhardt Cup tournament with two one-goal victories Friday at Daniel Teicheira Memorial Stadium.
Sierra High's boys and girls swim teams started off the Valley Oak League season on a high note Friday, defeating visiting rival Manteca High.
As if playing on what East Union softball coach Brian Goulart calls a "million dollar field" at Stagg High wasn't enough, the Lancers had to make the most of the opportunity.
East Union High's baseball team found itself one out away from a shutout victory over Tokay, but the Lancers could not close the door, allowing the Tigers to come clawing back for a 5-4 extra-inning loss Friday in Lodi.
In a meeting between two former Trans Valley League foes, the Ripon Christian girls soccer team were all over Modesto Christian, outshooting the Crusaders 25-4 on their way to an easy 5-0 win Friday in Ripon.
Ripon Christian's boys basketball team was able to negate 6-foot-10 Brendan Keane in its NorCal Division V quarterfinal at St. Joseph Notre Dame in Alameda Thursday.
Just two matches into the Valley Oak League tennis season, impressive freshman Logan Staggs of Tracy's Kimball High has already established himself as the runaway favorite for the singles tournament title.
Over the past three seasons Manteca High's baseball team has dominated without cease, outscoring the Titans 38-4. Things have changed in the Titans' program, and Thursday the Buffaloes had their hands full in a 8-5 victory at Manteca High.
Ripon High's boys golf team isn't celebrating yet after its 213-228 win over defending Trans Valley League champion Escalon at Oakdale Golf and Country Club Thursday.
Ripon High's softball team improved to 4-1 in non-league play with its 14-4, six-inning rout of visiting Ripon Christian Thursday.
The Sierra High varsity baseball team overcame a sluggish start by finishing strong in the 13-3 victory over visiting Modesto Christian on Wednesday.
Jerrica Hauck broke the East Union pole vault record in dramatic fashion Wednesday at Sierra High's Daniel Teicheira Memorial Stadium, but it was the host Timberwolves' girls team, led by distance runner Katelyn Carbiener, that squeaked out a much-needed win to open the Valley Oak League season.
In what looked like one of the best efforts in the Lathrop High baseball program's history, the Riverbank Bruins decided to spoil the moment with three runs in the top of the seventh for a come-from-behind 3-1 win over the host Spartans Wednesday.
This is one tie Sierra High's girls soccer team will gladly settle with.
Weston Ranch busted out of the halftime break with a 6-0 spurt and didn't look back in a 64-46 win over International in the West Coast Jamboree Coral Division consolation championship at Antioch's Deer Valley High School.