Bob Rush was pleased with his finish chute crew at last weekend's California Interscholastic Federation State Cross Country Championships in Fresno.
It didn't take long for sophomores Kelsey Alexander and Morgan Carrico to make an impact in their first varsity season for Ripon High's girls basketball team.
The Ripon High girls basketball team will enter the 2011-12 season looking to fill some big shoes.
FRESNO -- The Ripon High boys achieved a team goal at Saturday's 2011 California Interscholastic Federation Cross Country Championships at Woodward Park.
With experience, size, speed, talent and depth, the 2011-12 Weston Ranch boys basketball team has the goods to make a run at its first-ever Sac-Joaquin Section championship.
Ripon High and Ripon Christian have high hopes for the 2011-12 boys basketball season.
Tia Tuuga traded her green garb for the red.
RIPON – The Ripon Christian Knights started out on fire against visiting Woodside Priory of Portola Valley during Tuesday's opening round of the California Interscholastic Federation State Championships.
The Alger twins are proof that years and money spent on year-round club volleyball experience isn't necessary to succeed in the sport.
Ripon Christian will make its fifth straight appearance in the California Interscholastic Federation State Championships today.
The Ripon Christian Knights are fresh off their fifth straight Sac-Joaquin Section Division V volleyball crown.
Andrew Brown is the owner of two single-season rushing records for Ripon Christian as a sophomore. And junior quarterback Danny Vos is an electric playmaker, both as a passer and a scrambler.
DAVIS - For the fifth straight year, the Ripon Christian Knights are the Sac-Joaquin Section Division V volleyball champions.
Alumni games are making a comeback in Manteca these days.
Ripon Christian's volleyball team will venture to familiar territory today.
Sierra's Scott Tolman set four school records Saturday at the Sac-Joaquin Section Swim Championships on Saturday at Tokay High, and in doing so he qualified for the inaugural state meet.
The East Union softball and Sierra and Ripon baseball teams are all seeking revenge in the Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs.
STOCKTON - From milestone wins to program scoring records, Manteca High girls soccer head coach Justin Coenenberg reminded his players of all they've accomplished this season while standing on the center circle at Alex G. Spanos Stadium.
STOCKTON – Sierra put up five runs in the second inning Saturday and rode the hot bat of Devi Coglio to a 9-2 win over Lindhurst of Olivehurst for the Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV softball championship in The Stadium at the Arnaiz Softball Complex. This is the third blue banner for Sierra in five seasons.
STOCKTON – The Ripon softball team did something Saturday nobody has done this year.
STOCKTON - For the second straight year, Ripon Christian is the Sac-Joaquin Section Division VII girls soccer champions.
The Ripon and Sierra baseball teams will have to win two straight on the same night to advance to the final round of the Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs.
Fernando Segura struck out 11 through five strong innings for the Pirates on Saturday to lead the Pirates to the Northgate Junior championship with a 7-2 win over the Giants. Gary Alexander did a good job in relief of Segura.
STOCKTON - Ripon High had its chances in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division V girls soccer championship game on Saturday.
STOCKTON - Sierra lost three NCAA Division I scholarship players to graduation over the past two years, while Nick Olmo stepped down as the winningest coach in program history.
SACRAMENTO - Down by three runs before even coming to bat Friday, the East Union softball team was unfazed.
STOCKTON - Chapter 5 of the Ripon-Hughson saga will take place at noon today at Arnais Field.
Sierra's Scott Tolman and Ripon freshman phenom Ty Wells have set themselves up to earn berths to the first-ever CIF State Swimming Championships with their efforts in the Sac-Joaquin Section Boys Trials on Friday.
STOCKTON - Perhaps the only thing that could cool off Sierra's sizzling bats was the rain.
No. 2 Sierra used a monstrous first inning to advance out of the elimination round of the Sac-Joaquin Section Division III baseball playoffs Thursday, defeating El Camino 12-2 in five innings at McAuliffe Memorial Ballpark in Sacramento.