Jose Montes makes it a point to throw his Sierra Timberwolves into the flame every preseason. Another rugged non-league schedule is letting him know what his team is made of and what it has to work on, and he saw the good, bad and the ugly in Tuesday's 4-3 loss to visiting small-school powerhouse Hilmar. The Timberwolves (2-4) both struggled and shined on every level of the pitch. The talent is there, but Montes said ...
East Union fell behind 6-3 in Game 1 of a preseason tilt with Gustine Tuesday at Dalben Center, but from that point on it was all Lancers throughout, as EU walked away with a breezy 25-16, 25-7, 25-13 sweep.
LINDEN - Ripon got its big non-league win out of the way, and head coach Jamie DeBruyn hopes his Indians can carry it over to the rest of the season.
With 14 returning players off last season's squad and five newcomers in the mix, the East Union girls tennis team is showing signs that the program is headed in the right direction under second-year head coach Julia Bylow.
Kaylee Joaquin carded a rock-solid 6-over-par 43 to lead Manteca to a 282-381 victory over Ceres in their Valley Oak League opener at Manteca Park Golf Course Tuesday.
The Buffaloes got off to a great start Tuesday at home against Enochs, but a few uncharacteristic mistakes spelled doom in a 25-16, 22-25, 25-23, 20-25, 7-15 loss.
The Manteca sophomore volleyball team fell for the first time this season, 9-25, 21-25, to Enochs at home Tuesday night.
Sierra High's girls golf team teed off its Valley Oak League season with a 253-351 victory over Weston Ranch Monday at Manteca Park Golf Course.
The Manteca, Sierra and East Union High football programs held their annual intrasquad scrimmages Saturday at each of the respective schools.
The mercury hovered around triple digits Saturday afternoon at Sierra High, where the T'Wolves boys soccer program hosted the 17th Annual Timberwolves Cup.
Head coach Dolores Baluyut led the Lathrop girls tennis team into its first varsity action Friday afternoon at Union Road Tennis Courts. The Spartans faced Kimball of Tracy. Lathrop squares off with Valley Oak League rival East Union at home Tuesday.
Numbers aren't supposed to lie, but in this case they do. Despite outshooting visiting Turlock and, at times, dominating ball possession, East Union fell victim to some unlucky breaks and breakdowns on defense in its 4-3 preseason loss at Dino Cunial Field Thurday. The Lancers held a 19-10 advantage on shots and 5-1 on cornerkick opportunities. But Turlock made good on the few attempts it had, as Jesse Madrigal scored all three of his goals ...
Down 17-24 in Game 4 and facing match point against Tracy Thursday at Sierra High, Modesty Rodriguez stepped to the end line just hoping to extend the contest as long as possible.
It took a while to get going at Lincoln Park Thursday, but once the Manteca frosh-soph soccer team kicked it into gear, it was lights out.
The Ripon Christian Knights hosted first-year Lathrop at Jack Tone Golf Course Thursday in Ripon.
Bryan Ramos is humble but relentless, a goal-thirsty striker who won't give up on a play, a run or a teammate.
The Manteca High girls tennis team is a win away from repeating as Valley Oak League champion.
LATHROP - After two back-and-forth games Monday night visiting Manteca dished out eight aces down the stretch to pull away from Lathrop and post a 25-21, 25-17, 25-11 sweep in Valley Oak League volleyball action.
Ripon High's boys soccer team is on a roll, but the wins have not come easily of late.
Brooke Riley and the East Union girls golf team is rounding into postseason form in the final week of Valley Oak League play.