Manteca native Brian Rohles followed his best season with an even better one. The 2005 Manteca High graduate and Minot State senior was named the Dakota Athletic Conference Most Valuable Senior while earning a spot on the all-league first team for the third straight year. The 6-foot4, 275-pound lineman earned honorable mention to the seventh National Association of Interscholastic Athletics All-American football team after his junior season. It was the year of the lineman in ...
STOCKTON - East Union High's varsity wrestling team got its usual strong efforts from some of its top middle-weight grapplers during the Bear Creek Tournament at Delta College Saturday, but the best finishes came from others.
Running back Jarrod Daniels set program records and helped Sierra High's football team make history this past 2009 season.
WESTON RANCH – Beating Golden valley High in the Cougar Duals Tournament championship match would have been nice, but the Weston Ranch Cougars will settle for a 4-1 record and the division II tournament title.
STOCKTON – Closing out the 32nd Annual Stagg Delta Queen Basketball Tournament as back-to-back champions was important to the Weston Ranch Cougars and their 34-29 win over the Bear Creek Bruins gave the team its goal with a consecutive tournament title.
ELK GROVE – The Weston Ranch Cougars handed a Reno High a sturdy fight, but a last second push from Reno provided the difference in the Cougars' 61-49 loss in the Mark Macres Tournament consolation championship.
With 4.4 seconds remaining in the contest the Manteca Buffaloes strolled out of their final timeout with only one chance at victory. The chance became reality when sophomore Jaqi Gutierrez nailed a desperation 3-pointer as time expired, sending the Buffaloe faithful into frenzy and the Pitman Pride home with a 57-55 loss.
STOCKTON – The East Union Lancers took on teams complete with wrestlers in each weight class, but were able to do battle short-staffed, still competing during the team-dual portion of the Bear Creek Tournament Friday at Delta College.
STOCKTON – The Weston Ranch Cougars wasted little time punching their ticket back to the Stagg Tournament championship, jumping out to a 10 point halftime lead before knocking off the host Delta Queens 68-49 in the tournament semi-final.
TURLOCK – The opportunity was there, but Manteca High was unable to take advantage. The Buffaloes walked into the locker room all knotted at 36-36 with Sac-Joaquin Section powerhouse Modesto Christian, but a lava-hot Crusader third quarter proved to be the difference in Manteca's 87-73 loss to MC. The Buffaloes established themselves with a strong first half, leading Modesto Christian after the first period of play. The depth of Modesto Christian provided the difference down ...
LODI – The Cougars held a six-point halftime lead and they would not relinquish their lead, fighting off a stubborn Lincoln High of Stockton squad 57-53 to land a spot in the Tokay Tournament consolation championship.
GALT - The Hack-a-Shaq tactic didn't work for Chavez of Stockton in its Galt Warrior Classic opener against Ripon Christian Thursday.
STOCKTON – After missing her first attempt at sinking the go-ahead free throw with 20 seconds remaining in the game, Weston Ranch junior Timnesha Wilson took full advantage of her second try, pushing the Cougars up for good in their 51-50 win over Chavez High Thursday in the Stagg Tournament.
East Union High's sophomore girls basketball team used its defense to get going offensively in the first round of its own 10th Annual Camelot Classic at Dalben Center Thursday.
Lexy Posz and Shalane Jackson have quite the act to follow as East Union's new dynamic duo.
Brooke Riley and the East Union girls golf team is rounding into postseason form in the final week of Valley Oak League play.
Through four holes, East Union sophomore Brooke Riley was on pace to break her own Valley Oak League course record Thursday at Manteca Park Golf Course.
Sierra was far more competitive in its rematch with crosstown rival Manteca on Thursday, but the visiting Buffaloes proved once again why they are still the team to beat in the Valley Oak League.
Ripon head coach Chris Johnson still regards Modesto Christian as a championship contender.
Brandon Landwehr's powerful throw-ins in the attacking third of the field are like corner kicks for Manteca.