East Union's girls soccer coach Jim Todd could do without this side of the sport – tryouts.
Since the Feb. 4 release of the Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV playoff basketball power ratings, Ripon High's girls squad won its last three Trans-Valley League contests including an upset of mighty Modesto Christian.
The Wagner College women's water polo team reaped the benefits of a blistering start to Mantecan Jessica Burdge's sophomore season. She scored 12 points on 11 goals and an assist in the Brown Invitational and was named Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week honors Tuesday.
Manteca High girls basketball coach Cody Norman searched the sideline and scorer's table for scissors.
The Sierra High boys varsity basketball team squad made it back-to-back in Valley Oak League titles.
TRACY -- With a Valley Oak League title, and playoff positioning at stake, Weston Ranch didn't miss on Tuesday. The Cougars dominated in every facet of the first half and cruising to a 73-43 win over Kimball High.
Lathrop High's girls basketball team are likely to come up short of its very first Sac-Joaquin Section playoff appearance, but it at least got to end the season on a high note.
Ripon is in wait-and-see mode following a 60-45 victory over Orestimba in Newman Tuesday.
Head coach Brett Lewis is hopeful that his East Union boys basketball team is peaking in time for the start of the Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs.
RIPON – Shea Williams got her points, but it wasn't enough to derail Ripon Christian's party plans.
RIPON - Tri-fold display boards honoring the girls basketball team's five seniors greeted fans inside Ripon High's North Gym foyer Monday night.
TRACY – With a one-point escape standing between a pair of evenly matched Valley Oak League wrestlers' race towards a championship, one of the two was able to land it. Sierra's Lucas Widmer was phenomenal on his road to the 160-poud title match, but it would be No. 1 seed James Simerley of Weston Ranch who would walk away from Kimball High with the title.
Early on for the Sierra High Timberwolves girls basketball the squad was right where it planned to be.
RIVERBANK – The Ripon Indians would have liked to nab a few more Trans Valley League titles, and they would have liked a few higher placings, but the club is definitely pleased with its performance in the TVL Championships Saturday at Riverbank High.
When Dylan Alexander and Eric Duncan started jawing with the Sierra High student body in the game's final minute, it was hard to imagine at one point there was a 10-point lead for the host Timberwolves.
STOCKTON - There are only so many was to score a goal, and as just a freshman, Lathrop's Kassandra Ceja may have come up with ...
MODESTO - Manteca's streak of shutout wins ended at six Thursday in a 2-1 loss at Central Catholic.
LATHROP - The Lathrop Spartans took what the Weston Ranch High defense gave them.
MODESTO - Manteca was on the brink of breaking it open Thursday against Central Catholic, leading 27-16 with 2:30 to go in the second quarter.
Bulletin staff reports
RIPON - It was an upset in the making for the first 60 minutes of Ripon's Trans-Valley League tussle with Hughson at Stouffer Field on ...
OAKDALE - East Union distanced itself further from the pack in the Valley Oak League thanks to a 2-1 win on Oakdale's artificial turf at ...
STOCKTON - Weston Ranch scrapped its way to another home victory Tuesday, edging out Interstate 5 rivals Lathrop, 50-47.
East Union earned the distinction of being the best of the rest in the Valley Oak League in its final double dual of the regular ...
MODESTO - Manteca came up with big stops when it needed to Wednesday at Central Catholic.
RIPON - Derek Wright was feeling it.
LATHROP - Gurveen Bal knows how to set the tone.
Tuesday was a whirlwind day for Loretta Kakala.
RIPON - Emily Manes and Abby Buitrago jump started the Ripon Christian attack early, and the Knights kept the pressure on visiting Delhi in a 10-0 ...
HUGHSON - Ripon Christian, leading by double digits for much of the game, fended off a late rally from Hughson to escape with a 52-44 win.