Manteca High's girls basketball team overcame a slow start and a stunning momentum shift at the end of the first half to knock off upset-minded Sonora 60-40 on the road Thursday.
Christin Gowan is having a career year in her senior season with Cal Stanislaus' women's basketball team.
Ripon Christian built a minimal lead after the first quarter of play and continued to add to it for three quarters, blasting host Le Grand High 52-28 Thursday in Southern League play.
Weston Ranch boys basketball head coach Ryan Bono was presented a win-win opportunity he could not pass up.
The East Union High boys varsity basketball squad went back to employing a deeper rotation Wednesday against Lathrop High.
In March 2009, Nicole Vanni signed her National Letter of Intent to play for San Francisco State.
Former Sierra High football star Nigel Malone will continue his playing career at Kansas State.
In what has been a change of events for the Sierra High boys basketball team, losing has become more common then winning for the Timberwolves, as they dropped yet another Valley Oak League contest 48-36 to host Sonora High Wednesday.
Welcome back Alysia Atkins.
The East Union Lancers had a relatively easy time taking care of the Latrop Spartans, knocking the Spartans off in Valley Oak League girls sophomore basketball with a 50-27 win Tuesday in Lathrop.
After Waterford High opened its Southern League contest with Ripon Christian focused on using the gameclock as its friend, the Knights were able to curb its effectiveness in the second, cruising to a 45-29 SL victory over Waterford Tuesday.
After reasserting themselves as the team to beat in the Valley Oak League with a victory over Weston Ranch last week, the Manteca High was able to start off things this week in style, blowing out visitingKimball 76-19 Tuesday in girls basketball action.
If the Sac-Joaquin Section girls basketball playoffs were to tip off today, the Valley Oak League would have three teams hosting first-round contests in the 16-team Division-III bracket.
RIPON - During a weekend game against crosstown rival Ripon High, the Ripon Christian girls basketball team had trouble hitting its free throws.
RIPON – In a contest that featured twice as many free throws attempts as there were minutes in the game, Ripon High used a dominant first half to cruise to a relatively easy win against the visiting Ripon Christian Knights in a non-league matchup Saturday.
Three Lathrop wrestlers came up a match short of a medal in the Rumble in the Jungle VIII at Pitman High School in Turlock.