MODESTO – Scoring doesn't seem like it will be a problem for East Union freshman Jordan Kron, as he continued an impressive start to his high school career with his third consecutive 20-point outing in the Lancers' 80-55 win over the Buhach Colony Thunder Friday.
VALLEJO – The Manteca High girls basketball team bounced back from a three-point loss Thursday with an impressive 81-26 blowout over Deanza High.
ELK GROVE – The Sierra High Timberwolves rebounded from a tough first round loss in the Elk Grove Tournament with a strong performance in a 67-46 win over Florin High.
Ripon High captured its fourth straight Trans Valley League title this season and with it the conference's Most Valuable Player award in as many years.
MODESTO – Manteca High is just trying to get better each time it takes the court, and the Buffaloes seem to be doing just that with another impressive outing in their second round 90-70 win over Johansen in the Modesto City Classic Thursday at Enochs High.
MODESTO - Ripon wasn't always sharp on offense, but it more than made up for it on the defensive end during its Big Valley Christian Tournament opener Thursday.
WESTON RANCH - Weston Ranch High's Tony Gomes lost a tough 6-4 decision in the first match at 171 pounds Thursday night.
Ryan Dimino can throw.
Jarrod Daniels accepts just partial credit for his record-breaking numbers.
Ripon High opened the game on a 12-0 run and refused to let up in the first half, rolling to an easy early-season victory over the host Sierra Timberwolves.
MODESTO – Manteca High opened the Modesto City Tournament on the right track, cruising to a 66-41 victory over the Central Catholic Raiders.
After helping elevate the East Union golf program to Valley Oak League supremacy, a pair of the Lancers signed letters of intent to continue their athletic careers with the Simpson University Red Hawks golf team.
SACRAMENTO - The sting from Ripon High's last defeat to Christian Brothers in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV finals on Nov. 19 was quelled by the thought that its season would still continue, and with it a chance to meet the Falcons one more time down the road.
Sierra High head baseball coach Jack Thomson became the school's third representative to be recognized with the Sac-Joaquin Section Model Coach Award Tuesday.
LATHROP – When the Lathrop Spartans converted one of two pregame free throws from a Stagg High violation during warm-ups, the Spartans held a 1-0 lead. It would be the squad's only lead of the night, as it dropped their season-opener 64-18 Tuesday.
Allie Walljasper lifted Sierra's softball team to unprecedented heights the past four years with her powerful right arm.
For three months, Scott Tolman chased a time taped to the ceiling above his bed.
RIPON – Even out of season, Hannah Sweet keeps a constant presence at the Ervin Zador Aquatic Center.
Yok Jing Ma had a checklist of goals at the start of the tennis season.
Kyle Colyn came up a few strokes short of becoming the first golfer in Ripon Christian history to qualify for the CIF Northern California Regional Championship Tournament.
RIPON – Malik Taylor had the big bat for Ripon while teammate Damian Sandoval had a dominating performance on the hill to lead Ripon to an 11-1 win over Lodi in the championship game of the Cal Ripken Central California District 1 10u Tournament at Veteran's Park in Ripon.
STOCKTON - Five Manteca area softball players and two local coaches were part of the winning South softball squad Friday in the 24th Annual High School All-Star Baseball/Softball Classic at Pacific's Bill Simoni Field.
STOCKTON - Buddy Reeder was part of a wild come-from-behind victory the last time he was on the same field with former Manteca High teammates Lucas Vaughn and Michael Garibay.