Ripon Christian's boys basketball team was able to negate 6-foot-10 Brendan Keane in its NorCal Division V quarterfinal at St. Joseph Notre Dame in Alameda Thursday.
Just two matches into the Valley Oak League tennis season, impressive freshman Logan Staggs of Tracy's Kimball High has already established himself as the runaway favorite for the singles tournament title.
Over the past three seasons Manteca High's baseball team has dominated without cease, outscoring the Titans 38-4. Things have changed in the Titans' program, and Thursday the Buffaloes had their hands full in a 8-5 victory at Manteca High.
Ripon High's boys golf team isn't celebrating yet after its 213-228 win over defending Trans Valley League champion Escalon at Oakdale Golf and Country Club Thursday.
Ripon High's softball team improved to 4-1 in non-league play with its 14-4, six-inning rout of visiting Ripon Christian Thursday.
The Sierra High varsity baseball team overcame a sluggish start by finishing strong in the 13-3 victory over visiting Modesto Christian on Wednesday.
Jerrica Hauck broke the East Union pole vault record in dramatic fashion Wednesday at Sierra High's Daniel Teicheira Memorial Stadium, but it was the host Timberwolves' girls team, led by distance runner Katelyn Carbiener, that squeaked out a much-needed win to open the Valley Oak League season.
In what looked like one of the best efforts in the Lathrop High baseball program's history, the Riverbank Bruins decided to spoil the moment with three runs in the top of the seventh for a come-from-behind 3-1 win over the host Spartans Wednesday.
This is one tie Sierra High's girls soccer team will gladly settle with.
LATHROP – In the opening stages of Lathrop High's nonleague contest with the Ripon Indians, Lathrop looked evenly matched with the Ripon, holding the lead for the game's first four innings. Ripon eventually took over in a major way, closing its 17-2 win with 14 runs in the last two at bats.
Sierra High wasted little time jumping out on the host Tokay Tigers, pushing across a pair of runs in their first at bat on their way to a 5-2 win over the Tigers Wednesday.
The Valley Oak League schedule got underway Tuesday, and Sierra High did everything it needed to do to open the season with a win. Its match with Kimball High finished in a tie, resorting to a tie-breaker method that left Sierra coping with the loss at Uninon Road Tennis Courts.
No seniors, no problem.
The heartbreaking finish to the 2009-10 season has been erased from the minds of Ripon Christian's seniors.
It was business as usual through a quarter of play in No. 12 Weston Ranch's NorCal opener against fifth-seeded host Burlingame Tuesday.
FRESNO - Megan Oblin made a good first impression in her inaugural CIF State Championships race at Woodward Park on Saturday.
Brett Lewis could tell something was a little off with Jorge Cedano, a sophomore who could play a key role on Manteca's defending CIF ...
KENTFIELD – The Ripon High volleyball team is good – very good – but unfortunately, the Indians found out on Saturday what great was.
Only three players from Manteca-area schools were selected to the All-Valley Oak League first team.
RIPON - Best friends and phenomenal volleyball players, Ashlyn Eisenga and Sam McCreath have what Ripon head coach Erin Cutino calls a "Siamese twins-like power" on ...
RIPON-Sam McCreath is known for her sizzling spikes and ability to perform in clutch situations, but first-year Ripon coach Erin Cutino said it is ...
RIPON - Even when it is not at full strength, the Ripon volleyball team is pretty tough to beat.
Sierra sophomores Jesse Hurtado and Megan Oblin will be joining repeat qualifier Tomas Huerta of Weston Ranch at the CIF State Championships at Woodward Park ...
The fun just may be beginning for Ripon High's Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV champion volleyball team.
LODI – Get the ball to Sam.
Erin Cutino inherited an experienced team with Sac-Joaquin Section championship aspirations this past summer.
They're Sac-Joaquin Section champions and their future for college is already set.
There may be no crying in baseball, but there were tears of joy a plenty Wednesday night in the East Union library.
It takes a village to raise a child.
Taylor Corona's match was nerve-wracking enough.