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.
Shierelle Jackson would have been a proud mama.
Ripon High junior midfielder Arik Anaya only played the second half of the Trans-Valley League season.
Clarence Goes and Giovanni Marin are going out on top.
RIPON - The Ripon Christian Knights are returning to UC Davis.
STOCKTON – For the better part of its Sac-Joaquin Section Division-IV Final match against nationally ranked Vista del Lago, East Union Highseemed poised to play the role of spoiler.
Ricky Morris of Sierra and the Ripon High boys cross country team are going back to Fresno.
Clarence Goes' next game as East Union High boys soccer coach will be his last, as he made his retirement public at the end of the regular season.
CERES - East Union was leaning against the ropes with hands up, chin down and elbow tucked as host Central Valley fired away at will with a salvo of shots.
ESCALON – The volleyball season came to a halt for the Ripon High Indians.
RIPON - There were no secrets or surprises when Southern League volleyball rivals Ripon Christian and Turlock Christian squared off for a third time this season Thursday.
Vista del Lago is for real.
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STOCKTON - In dire need of a new volleyball coach, it turned out Weston Ranch athletic director Craig Bingham didn't need to search far to ...
East Union's nine-year run as Valley Oak League champion in girls golf may be in jeopardy.
Often described as "old school," Joe Miller was a no-nonsense leader who expected the best effort from his players on the field and beyond it.
East Union has higher expectations after a 3-7 finish in 2015 with an experienced core of third-year varsity seniors returning.
It has been a year – one very exciting year.
Manteca and Weston Ranch's rival boys basketball teams both had reasons to celebrate at the end of a momentous 2015-16 winter season.
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