WESTON RANCH - Manteca High's soccer team left its Valley Oak League contest with Weston Ranch with a 4-3 win, but the squad's performance was less than impressive.
WESTON RANCH – Contrary to what the score depicts, the Sierra Timberwolves found themselves interlocked in a Valley Oak League battle with Weston Ranch High for four innings, but disaster struck over the final three frames in an 18-1 Sierra victory Tuesday.
Sierra's Kevin Rausa continues to roll.
OAKDALE – The three-time defending Valley Oak League champion Sierra Timberwolves experienced something that they are not accustomed to, as they were upended by the Oakdale Mustangs in both boys and girls action Tuesday at Royce Memorial Pool.
The Sierra Timberwolves were able to tack on a pair in the bottom of the seventh inning, but it would not be enough in their 3-2 Valley Oak League loss to Oakdale Tuesday.
It was business as usual for the Sierra Timberwolves, cruising to an easy 206-258 win over the Manteca Buffaloes Tuesday at Manteca Golf Course.
What started out to be a nip-and-tuck pitchers' duel got out of hand early at Manteca High's varsity baseball diamond Tuesday.
WESTON RANCH - Alexandra Alvarado didn't get to start the game, but she got to finish it.
Sierra High's girls soccer team kicked off the first of a brutal three-game stretch this week with Monday's 8-0 blowout of visiting Sonora.
RIPON - For a half, Ripon Christian's girls soccer team gave reigning Trans Valley League champion Ripon all it could handle at Park View Elementary Monday.
Sierra High's baseball team did all of its damage early and rode the arms of three pitchers the rest of the way in its 3-1 non-league win over visiting Stagg of Stockton Monday.
WESTON RANCH - Lathrop High's sophomore team needed just the 11 runs it racked up in the first inning, but the hits kept on coming in the Spartans' 30-0 shellacking of Weston Ranch in Monday's Valley Oak League opener.
TURLOCK – Over 40 teams showed up for the Al Brenda Athletic Club Invitational in Warrior Stadium on the California State University at Stanislaus campus, but Sierra High was one squad that did more than show up, winning the girls title and taking third in the boys competition.
CLOVIS – After a dominating showing from Jackie Ketner in East Union's nightcap against Clovis High, the long drive south seemed worth the trip after the Lancers salvaged a split with a 4-0 win over the Clovis Cougars Saturday.
SACRAMENTO (AP) - Afure Jemerigbe had 14 points and nine steals as St. Mary's of Stockton clinched the Division III girls NorCal championship at Arco Arena with a 70-45 win over Sacramento Saturday.
Weston Ranch busted out of the halftime break with a 6-0 spurt and didn't look back in a 64-46 win over International in the West Coast Jamboree Coral Division consolation championship at Antioch's Deer Valley High School.
STOCKTON - Joshua Patton stood head and shoulders above the competition on Monday.
SALIDA - As far as measuring sticks go, the Chavez boys basketball team gave Weston Ranch very little to work with.
Mahir Pepic may never know just how good he can be.
RIPON – Head coach Ed Mulder doesn't have the luxury of a Teagan Manus to steady and steer the Ripon Christian girls basketball team.
Ron Vander Molen expects the road to get rougher in the coming week, but for now he and the Ripon Christian boys basketball team are enjoying the ride.
East Union bounced back from its first loss of the season and will play for fifth place in the Tracy Breakfast Lions/Tom Hawkins Tournament today.
Ripon didn't have to wait long to exact revenge against Sierra, though both teams had to travel farther for the rematch.