For three varsity seasons at Sierra High, Andy Scott displayed his fielding prowess at both middle-infield positions and his keen ability to get the big hits.
East Union and Sierra's softball rivalry took a back seat during the final week of the Valley Oak League season and the days following.
Nicole Vanni, the 2009 Bulletin All-Area Most Valuable Player, is quite possibly the best girls soccer player ever to compete at Sierra High.
It's hard to look back on everything the 2009 Bulletin All-Area Track Athletes of the Year, Sierra High hurdler Courtney Whitlock and Weston Ranch hurdler Angell Mayfield, were able to accomplish over the course of the season and not be thoroughly impressed.
One put the finishing touches on an outstanding high school career. The other is just getting started. Sierra High teammates Josh Revives and Kara Hall are the 2009 Bulletin All-Area Swimmers of the Year. After qualifying for his third-straight Sac-Joaquin Section trials in both the 100 and 200 freestyle events, Revives ended his career at Tokay High May 16 with a 15th place finish in the 200. "I've always placed top-eight (in the 200)," Revives ...
On April 27, baby-faced Kyle Harman became the man. Harman met his chief personal goal for the season in the Valley Oak League Championships at Lockeford Springs Golf Course in Lodi that day, earning the conference's Most Valuable Player honor after outdueling Oakdale's Austin Whitworth. It was a winner-take-all for both, and both recorded the lowest score with one-over 73s. Harman won the tiebreaker, total strokes over the last three holes, to take home his ...
The South all-star team snapped the North's six-game winning streak with a 19-3 win Saturday at the University of the Pacific, the site of the 36th Annual Lions Club All-Star Football Classic. The South took a 6-3 lead into halftime before scoring a touchdown each in the third and fourth quarters. Four area standout football players took part in the all-star event as a part of the victorious South squad, Manteca's LaRon Bennett, Sierra's Michael ...
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.
The past along with the present is being recognized this week in celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Central California Lions All-Star Football Classic, one of the state's four original prep contests of its kind.
A productive year at the plate might be an understatement when referring to the type of season Ripon Christian's now-graduated senior Dominic Nelson just had.
Guillermo Nunez was praised for his high basketball IQ.
Backed by a good-sized contingent of supporters - including former teammates, classmates, teachers, and friends and family - Will Brink played his final round as an East Union Lancer during Wednesday's CIF/CGA State Boys Golf Championship in scenic Carmel.
Nick Olmo reiterated on Tuesday that he doesn't put much stock into rankings.
Ripon's softball team certainly pitched and played defense this spring.
One of just two sophomores in the sprint events, Weston Ranch High's John McDonald was understandably wide-eyed upon his rival at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Clovis - the site of the CIf State Track & Field Championships.
Manteca High junior Jake Corn had an astounding season on the bump this spring.
ELK GROVE - The kid they call "Texas" is competing in the California Interscholastic Federation Track and Field State Championships for the first time next week.
Allie Walljasper has already won two section titles, three Valley Oak League MVP awards, two VOL crowns and was named this year's all-league Pitcher of the Year for the first time.
ELK GROVE - Run the straightaway or walk the podium?
The budding friendship between Carl Chandler and Lechi Nkwocha was first tested on the pitch.
Twenty one area athletes will compete in the final Sac-Joaquin Section Masters Meet today and Friday, the last stop before the CIF State Championships.
LODI - Manteca was one pitch away from advancing to the Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV finals for the second time in three years.
Limping, Kianna Lamont entered the game in the eighth minute and nearly changed East Union's fortune with one good leg.
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