The East Union High varsity baseball squad came out swinging against Sonora.
Drew Allen made a big statement Tuesday but did so in a losing effort by his Sierra High boys golf team.
After getting a bad break in her quest for a California Interscholastic Federation state title, East Union High sophomore Sarah Phillips conquered another plateau by winning a USA Wrestling Girls Folkstyle Nationals Championship title in Oklahoma City.
Iyana Hughes is known for her speed at the top of Sierra High's batting order, but she brought a little thunder to go with the lightning against visiting Kimball of Tracy Tuesday.
LATHROP – It took Dylan DeBrouwer's sixth-inning home run for Sierra High to gain control of the Lathrop Spartans, and the Timberwolves would not relinquish, riding a dominant relief effort from Caleb Young to a 6-4 Valley Oak League victory.
When wrestlers hit the mat in early November in hopes of putting together a quality season, most of the elite wrestlers have open aspirations of bringing the season to a close at the California Interscholastic Federation State Championships.
A week off from competition and the rare Monday meet did little to slow down Sierra High's track and field team.
Andrew Bonner, last year's MVP and Most Outstanding Golfer in the Trans Valley League, was the medalist in Monday's conference midseason tournament on the weather-beaten Micke Grove Golf Links in Lodi.
The 2010-11 season was one of change for the Ripon Christian boys basketball team.
20 years ago: March 23, 1991 - Manteca High junior left-hander Paul Gutierrez held East Union High to one hit and earned a 3-1 win in the first baseball meeting between EU and MHS and the VOL opener for both teams yesterday. Rod McCleary got the lone Lancer hit, while Eric Simoni scored the only EU run.
Sharon Washington was one of the last Manteca High players to leave the locker room at Christian Brothers' Ron Limeberger Gym in Sacramento.
Goalkeepers hardly get the glory, but on Friday Sierra High goalkeeper Lia Unterholzner took advantage of that rare opportunity in an evenly-contested 1-1 tie with visiting crosstown rival East Union.
Things remained relatively close in the Valley Oak League swim meet between East Union and Sierra highs Friday in girls action, but stellar performances from Christina Ngo and Kara Hall helped the Timberwolves pull out the 99-71 win at East Union.
It was the only game played in the area - half of one anyway.
It took a little over 10 minutes for Sierra High standout Joanna Ortiz to make her presence felt, and when she did she didn't stop. Putting together a first-half hat trick to lift the Timberwolves over the host Manteca Buffaoloes 3-1 Wednesday in Valley Oak League play.
RIPON – Sean Broker burrowed down in the post, a tree standing tall above the Tribe. Austin Alger danced around the perimeter.
The Sierra High girls basketball team turned to its defense to snap a five-game losing streak.
RIPON – Physically, Ed Mulder knew Ellen Blankers would be fine following knee surgery in the spring.
RIPON – The Ripon Christian girls basketball team hasn't had much success this decade against its across-the-street neighbor.
RIPON – Rod Wright and his staff are in charge of the official book, access to the locker rooms and providing a game ball.