The postseason begins today and Saturday for high school wrestlers.
Ripon High's girls basketball team will enter a tough stretch in Trans-Valley League play after beating Escalon 42-28 at home Thursday.
Andrea Hiatt kept the thought in their heads.
East Union used a handful of runs to create, sustain and finally expand on its lead, knocking off the Lathrop Spartans with ease in a 63-37 Valley Oak League win Wednesday.
Jazmin Strane secured her name in the Weston Ranch record books, tallying her 1,000th career varsity career point during a 66-17 Valley Oak League blowout Wednesday at home.
It's supposed to be tough to beat good teams three times in a season.
The Buffaloes had some rebounding woes Tuesday against Kimball.
Weston Ranch coach Ryan Bono did not like how disinterested his bench appeared to be late in the third quarter of the Cougars' Valley Oak League contest at Oakdale Tuesday.
LATHROP - One team flourished in the second half, and the other was finished.
A drop in weight may have Lathrop High's Andrew Aquino on the rise.
Four boys and girls basketball teams from the Manteca area are in line to host at least two playoff games, according to the first release of the Sac-Joaquin Section power ratings.
Coming away from two tough games, Ed Mulder found something for his Ripon Christian girls basketball team to work on.
RIPON – Ripon High played the spoilers Saturday as they stopped Ripon Christian High boys' basketball win streak at nine by claiming a 58-45 non-league win over the Knights.
RIPON – Once Ripon High's Ruth Waters got her game rolling it was all but over for the Ripon Christian girls.
After allowing Manteca High an 18-6 run in the first five minutes, Weston Ranch rallied and ended up executing a perfect finishing run for a 73-52 Valley Oak League win Friday.
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RIPON - Ripon came out on the winning end of what coach Rod Wright described as a "turnover fest" Tuesday, trouncing always-dangerous Riverbank 75-59 to remain ...
STOCKTON - Weston Ranch looked every bit of that up-and-coming young team on Tuesday.
Manteca was able to accomplish much of what it wanted to in Monday's vital Valley Oak League clash at Sierra's Daniel Teicheira Memorial ...
MORAGA - One of Manteca's shortest players stood tall Monday during the 20th annual MaxPreps/De La Salle Martin Luther King Jr. Classic at St ...
LATHROP - Jim Agostini knew there would be nights like this.
It is tough to keep a good person down – no matter how much you push, pull or grab trying to do so.
MOUNTAIN HOUSE - Ripon's boys basketball team established itself as the team to beat Friday after crushing Mountain House 71-48 in a battle showcasing the ...
ESCALON - Escalon's longtime reign in the Trans-Valley League may soon come to an end.
RIPON – Practice makes perfect.
LATHROP - Lathrop finally has a win in what has been a one-sided Battle of I-5 rivalry with Weston Ranch, but it didn't come easy.
Brett Lewis emerged from the locker room smiling and with good reason: his Manteca boys basketball team had squeaked out a 61-58 win over Central ...
The combined hustle of Daisy Valencia and Jadyn Shinn coupled with a gritty effort from ailing goalkeeper Callie Crain proved to be the difference for ...
Sierra overcame two first-half deficits and dominated the final 40 minutes Wednesday en route to a 4-2 win over visiting Central Catholic to remain undefeated ...
LATHROP - It was good while it lasted.
Sydney Fryer poured in 19 points, 15 rebounds and four assists, but it was the play of the supporting cast that allowed Manteca to keep ...
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