STOCKTON - Recent Manteca High graduate Ricky Acosta restrained himself from throwing his helmet in the bottom of the eighth inning after his bases-loaded double led to just one run no thanks to base running mishap ahead of him.
STOCKTON - Sierra High snapped a seven-game losing streak to hated rival Manteca last fall, but on Saturday members from both teams along with East Union will look to preserve the North's recent string of dominance of the South in the 36th Annual Lions Club All-Star Football Classic at the University of the Pacific.
The 19th Annual High School All-Star Baseball-Softball Classic will be held Friday, June 19 at the San Joaquin Delta College Sports Complexes in Stockton.
BASEBALL North Tyler Eppler, Bear Creek Nick Lucchesi, Calaveras Henry Terrasaz, Cesar Chavez Wade Morten, East Union Robert Corralejo, Franklin Matt Hansen, Franklin Ricardo Moreno, Franklin Mason Vickers, Jim Elliot Stephen Lechner, Jim Elliot Jordan Enos, Lincoln Anthony Garcia, Lincoln John Bowling, Lincoln James Lagorio, Linden Jeremy Collins, Linden Mike Toon, Lodi Patrick Armstrong, Lodi Matt Clark, Lodi Jake Barcellos, Los Banos Ricky Acosta, Manteca Logan Bruce, Oakdale Kyle Wagner, Ripon Francisco Gustin, Ripon Kyle ...
CLOVIS – Angell Mayfield has put Weston Ranch on the map. After turning the sixth fastest time in the 110-meter hurdle preliminaries Friday at the California Interscholastic Federation State Track and Field Championships, Mayfield woke up Saturday to a pleasant surprise: His photograph was featured in the Fresno Bee. With 10,000 people in attendance at Buchanan High in Clovis Saturday, Mayfield went about the business of making history as he became the first Weston Ranch ...
CLOVIS – To fully understand just how difficult it is to qualify for the California Interscholastic Federation State Track and Field Championship Finals, consider this: When the CIF last released its participation survey two years ago, there were 735,503 California high school students participating in athletics.
Rick Cuevas said that his star Weston Ranch High pupil, Angell Mayfield, is just now realizing how good he is.
Lathrop High's athletic program has survived a tough first year, and Bill Slikker believes that it's on track to thrive for years to come.
Manteca High athletes receive awards.
In an attempt to provide closure to a perplexing and emotional finish to the 2009 softball season, the Valley Oak League's eight athletic directors voted 7-1 in favor of declaring a virtual four-way tie atop the league standings at the all-VOL meeting earlier this month.
SACRAMENTO - Angell Mayfield barreled his way through the finish line, knowing that at the very least he was a top-three finisher to advance to next week's California Interscholastic Federation State Championships.
Outgoing East Union Dean of Athletics Bill Stricker celebrated his retirement alongside 100 of his closest family and friends Thursday evening at Chez-Shari.
SACRAMENTO - Angell Mayfield set a goal and met it. And it was mission accomplished for Courtney Whitlock by just competing in Thursday's Sac-Joaquin Masters Trials at Sacramento City College's Hughes Stadium. Two of the area's top track athletes were all smiles despite producing different results. Mayfield, a junior out of Weston Ranch High, turned in the third fastest time and set a wind-aided personal record in the 110-meter hurdles at 14.36 seconds. Since he ...
There is one last hurdle for area athletes to clear to get to the state meet, but the Sac-Joaquin Section Masters is always a big jump to make.
Fresno Pacific-bound Ripon Christian senior Matt Unruh leads nine area standouts named to the all-Trans Valley League team, as he was voted one the conference's Defensive Players of the Year.
The Sierra High Timberwolves spread around the wealth on offense in Friday's 48-7 Valley Oak League win over Lathrop at Daniel Teicheira Memorial Stadium.
RIPON – Ripon Christian pieced together its highest-scoring performance of the season in an 84-0 win over Turlock Christian on Friday night at Stouffer Field.
TRACY – Weston Ranch came out and played an inspired second half of football Friday in a 48-27 loss to Kimball.
Sierra High's Anna Cardenas defeated Christine Kim in the No. 1 singles encounter Thursday, but the Timberwolves couldn't put away other tightly-contested matches in a 7-2 defeat against second-place Oakdale.