It would be impossible for longtime Sierra High head baseball coach Jack Thomson's work with the Timberwolves baseball program to go unnoticed, and it hasn't, as the Sierra skipper was honored as one of the California Interscholastic Federation's Model Coach Award winners Tuesday.
The Sierra High varsity volleyball team will be under new guidance for the first time since 1994 after naming Trinity Johnson as the new volleyball coach recently.
RIPON – With non-ideal weather conditions playing a part, the Ripon High soccer team used a single goal from Renae McFadden to hold off a determined East Union High squad for a 1-1 tie in Wednesday's preseason action.
MODESTO - Manteca High alumni and local wrestling legends Don and Joe Widmer left their marks in the mid-'60s.
GALT - The Ghost of Galt High was finally vanquished by Ripon Christian's boys basketball team, which came from behind to stun Bradshaw Christian of Sacramento 63-62 in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division V semifinal round Tuesday.
GALT – The Ripon Christian girls basketball team closed a fourth-quarter deficit to one on a pair of free throws from Mikaela Alger with 2:38 remaining, but the Knights could only manage two points the rest of the way in its 55-45 Sac-Joaquin Section Division V Tournament-ending loss to Turlock Christian Tuesday.
The Ripon High soccer team wasted little time building a 1-0 lead when Katherine Ratto took a beautiful feed from Kallie Jacobs, giving the Indians the first of two goals in a 2-1 win over host Manteca High Tuesday.
STOCKTON – The Weston Ranch varsity soccer team had little trouble knocking off McNair High, destroying the Eagles 8-0 in non-league action Tuesday at McNair.
East Union High's girls basketball team captured its fourth straight Valley Oak League championship this season, but its string of consecutive Most Valuable Player honors was snapped during Saturday's year-end coaches meeting.
Mariah Navarro baffled Stagg's hitters with her off-speed pitches.
Ripon Christian High's boys basketball team is still in the big dance, as expected.
WESTON RANCH - Weston Ranch High's baseball team was on target with its pitching in its 2010 non-league opener against McNair Monday, but the other facets of the game have catching up to do.
STOCKTON – Alex Nuanez didn't just punch the first ticket to the California Interscholastic Federation Championships in Sierra High's school history, he did it in style. Nuanez destroyed Steven Arrambide of Vintage High with a second-round pin to close out the Sac-Joaquin Section Masters Tournament with a third-place finish in the 171-pound division.
STOCKTON - Sierra High junior Alex Nuanez has learned from past failure and is determined to parlay that into future success.
FOLSOM – Ernie Pimentel nailed a 3-pointer with 15.8 remaining to pull Manteca High within six, but that would be as close as the Buffaloes would come in its 68-62 Sac-Joaquin Section Division III Championship loss to Vista del Lago Friday.
RIPON - It didn't come down to Ripon Christian's size or Ripon's speed on Tuesday.
RIPON - Ripon High claimed hometown bragging rights over host Ripon Christian following Tuesday's Trans-Valley League clash.
STOCKTON - Big players make big plays, and Monday against Central Catholic, D'Angelo Finley made the biggest play of the night.
MARIPOSA - Nearly unstoppable in the opening quarter, the Ripon Christian boys basketball team struggled to make shots down the stretch in its 81-68 nonleague loss ...
Junior Ballard didn't come close to 51 points.
MODESTO – Jackson Rusconi took second at 108 pounds Saturday at the Gregori Memorial Wrestling Tournament at Gregori High School.
Sometimes a game is more than just a game.
Manteca shot out of the gate with an 8-1 run and never trailed Friday night in a 68-55 win over visiting Central Catholic in Valley ...
He's a sophomore named Junior, but in many ways he is more mature than most seniors.
TRACY - The first-place Weston Ranch Cougars managed a 73-63 Valley Oak League victory at Kimball on Friday.
Lathrop's game plan is simple:
OAKDALE - The Lancers put together a solid effort at Oakdale on Friday.
RIPON - Leslie Agostini may be cancer-free, but the game still goes on.
RIPON - Ripon High girls basketball coach George Contente warned his players to not take Riverbank lightly on Thursday.
STOCKTON - Lathrop's girls basketball team may be hitting its stride.