Modesto Christian has reigned over the rest of the six-team Trans Valley League with little threat since joining the Division IV conference in 2006-07.
ESCALON – After two days of action and enough matches to last a season, East Union High's Stevyn Teeple finished the 23rd Annual Lloyd Engel Wrestling Tournament with the 135-pound title Saturday at Escalon High.
WESTON RANCH - The East Union girls basketball team's bid for Valley Oak League perfection was crushed again at Weston Ranch.
The East Union boys basketball team opened the second period trailing by just one point despite a lackluster start, but the poor effort caught up with them over the long haul in a 76-56 loss to visiting Weston Ranch Friday.
OAKDALE – Opening the game on a blistering 12-0 run gave the Sierra High varsity boys basketball team all the cushion it would need in a 57-32 Valley Oak League win over the Oakdale Mustangs Friday.
RIPON - Ripon High's goal in its final boys basketball game of the non-league season was to have every player see ample court time.
RIPON - Tyler Goslinga wasn't crowned king during Ripon Christian High's 51st annual Homecoming festivities before the boys basketball team's final non-league contest against Summerville Friday, but the 6-foot-8 center later pieced together a performance fit for one.
The East Union sophomore boys basketball team closed out the game in style, outscoring Weston Ranch 23-13 in the final period on their way to the 51 - 43 win Friday.
CERES – The Manteca Buffaloes found themselves fighting a numbers battle in their double-dual match against Sonora and Ceres highs, giving the Buffaloes a task they could not conquer in a 39-27 loss to Ceres and a 56-18 loss to Sonora Thursday.
OAKDALE – East Union showed up in Oakdale and took care of business, halting a normally explosive Mustang offensive attack in a 42-34 Valley Oak League win over the Mustangs.
OAKDALE – East Union made the trip to Oakdale expecting a battle and they got one, holding off the Mustangs for a 38-33 Valley Oak League win.
Sierra High opened up its Valley Oak League match against Lathrop High with five consecutive pins, earning the bulk of its points and then holding off the Spartans for a 48-36 league win Wednesday at Sierra High.
The Manteca Buffaloes weren't sweating the fact that they were playing from behind for most of the first half Wednesday night.
The Valley Oak League season is in full-throttle and the East Union Lancers had no interest in giving up a hard-earned league win, fighting off a resilient Oakdale Mustangs squad for a 56-55 win Wednesday at the Dalben Center.
The East Union Lancers opened up a double-digit lead in the first half and never relinquished, dropping the visiting Oakdale Mustangs 66-55 in Valley Oak League action.
East Union bounced back from its first loss of the season and will play for fifth place in the Tracy Breakfast Lions/Tom Hawkins Tournament today.
Ripon didn't have to wait long to exact revenge against Sierra, though both teams had to travel farther for the rematch.