Sierra High pitcher Dylan DeBrouwer was bothered by an uncooperrative throwing arm Friday against visiting Kimball of Tracy.
In an effort that can only be summarized as atrocious, the Manteca High Softball team squandered a gritty outing from freshman pitcher Peyton Rose, getting mercy-ruled by Kimball 13-0 Thursday in Valley Oak League play.
The Sierra High varsity softball team was rewarded with another sterling pitching performance from freshman Allison Walljasper, helping the Timberwolves to a 6-0 shutout victory over visiting Weston Ranch Thursday.
RIPON - Ripon High's unprecedented run in girls soccer is supposed to end this year.
The Ripon Christian Knights were able to close out the first half of their first Southern League season undefeated, stopping Gustine in a 4-0 shutout Thursday to remain unblemished in conference play.
Mash with runners in scoring position, throw strikes and execute on defense - it's baseball's recipe for success.
After a stagnant 68 minutes of soccer Kimball High decided to take Wednesday's Valley Oak League soccer match with East Union, but breaking the scoreless tie only seemed to excite the Lancers as they responded with a goal of their own for a 1-1 stalemate at Dino Cunial Field.
The East Union High varsity baseball squad came out swinging against Sonora.
Drew Allen made a big statement Tuesday but did so in a losing effort by his Sierra High boys golf team.
After getting a bad break in her quest for a California Interscholastic Federation state title, East Union High sophomore Sarah Phillips conquered another plateau by winning a USA Wrestling Girls Folkstyle Nationals Championship title in Oklahoma City.
Iyana Hughes is known for her speed at the top of Sierra High's batting order, but she brought a little thunder to go with the lightning against visiting Kimball of Tracy Tuesday.
LATHROP – It took Dylan DeBrouwer's sixth-inning home run for Sierra High to gain control of the Lathrop Spartans, and the Timberwolves would not relinquish, riding a dominant relief effort from Caleb Young to a 6-4 Valley Oak League victory.
When wrestlers hit the mat in early November in hopes of putting together a quality season, most of the elite wrestlers have open aspirations of bringing the season to a close at the California Interscholastic Federation State Championships.
A week off from competition and the rare Monday meet did little to slow down Sierra High's track and field team.
Andrew Bonner, last year's MVP and Most Outstanding Golfer in the Trans Valley League, was the medalist in Monday's conference midseason tournament on the weather-beaten Micke Grove Golf Links in Lodi.
Ripon High suffered a rare lopsided home loss Friday to Hughson.
Ronaldo Tijero charged the dribbling baseball, bare-handing it halfway up the third-base line before releasing a rocket across the diamond.
The Cal-Mex Baseball League is celebrating its 60-year anniversary with opening day ceremonies this Sunday at Stockton's Stribley Park. The festivities will begin at noon.
Manteca High's track and field team received a big boost from two transfers in a Valley Oak League dual meet against visiting rival Sierra on Thursday.
Manteca took first in just two varsity races as visiting Ripon came away with Valley Oak League wins for its boys and girls swim teams Friday.
Amaiya Guyton and Jaysen Reindel of the Lancer Youth Wrestling Club earned medals at the Flo Reno Worlds Championships last weekend at the Reno Livestock Events Center.
Ripon Christian survived its toughest challenge of the Southern League so far on Friday, warding off Orestimba 1-0 in Newman thanks to some fortunate bounces.
East Union and Lathrop split in the Valley Oak League clash.
It pays to listen to your coach.
The Lathrop High boys golf team hit a milestone in its brief history on Thursday, clinching a spot in the Valley Oak League Championships for the first time with its 223-257 over Manteca at French Camp Golf Course.
The Ripon High Indians again fell to Hughson, losing 12-2 in six innings to the Trans Valley League leaders on Thursday.
Ripon High soccer head coach Jamie DeBruyn wanted more, but one goal was all that was needed for his Indians to topple Hilmar 1-0 and pad their in the Trans-Valley League standings Thursday at Stouffer Field.
Ripon Christian hadn't given up a goal in Southern League play until Tuesday.
The Lathrop track and field team continued its breakout campaign Thursday, beating visiting Oakdale at three of the four levels.
Neither Joshua Patton nor Hunter Johnson knows what the future holds.