RIPON - Ripon and Ripon Christian finished in the bottom two of the Valley Foothill League - North Division Tournament at Spring Creek Country Club Monday, but both schools will be represented at next week's Sac-Joaquin Section Division V Tournament.
East Union High's sophomore volleyball team battled tough at its own Dalben Center, but crosstown rival Manteca prevailed in three games - 25-18, 19-25, 15-7.
Manteca High got its offensive spark from an unlikely source Monday at rival East Union's Dalben Center.
Another year, another 14-0 record. The East Union High girls golf team wrapped up its third straight perfect season in dual-match play Monday, defeating rival Sierra, the Valley Oak League's second-place squad, 237-254 at Manteca Park Golf Course Monday. The Lancers will look to capture their third straight conference championship and fourth in five years in the VOL Championships today at Brookside Country Club in Stockton. East Union is also the three-time Sac-Joaquin Section Division ...
HUGHSON - Destiny was in the hands of the Ripon Indians, but not for long. After putting themselves in the driver's seat to contend for the program's first-ever Trans Valley League championship, they took a big step backwards Monday with a 2-0 loss to Hughson. Christian Sanchez scored both of the Huskies' goals in the 32nd and 65th minutes. His second score came off a penalty kick. "It was a classic (letdown) coming of a ...
RIPON - The Ripon Chiefs varsity team used its balanced ground assault and stifling defense to pound the Mountain House Panthers in a 26-0 victory in Trans Valley Youth Football League action at Ripon High Saturday. The Chiefs had four different rushers score, including quarterback Chase DePrue. DePrue capped the offensive barrage with a 9-yard keeper in the third quarter, and later a touchdown toss to Jace McFetridge. Michael Morris' 45-yard run set up Troy ...
Manteca High battled Sonora to a scoreless first half, but the Wildcats were able to push across the games' only score in the Buffaloes 7-0 loss at Gus Schmidt Field.
Sierra High had little trouble earning its fourth win of the season, blanking the visiting Central Valley Hawks 41-0.
SACRAMENTO – The Lathrop Spartans had their hands full with a Sacramento area powerhouse when they made the trip north for a 40-0 defeat at Christian Brothers High.
FOLSOM – Sierra High made the most of its trip to Folsom, leaving with three top-5 finishes in the 20-plus team Belle Vista Invitational at Willow Hills Course.
Marquis Miller had something to prove. So did quarterback Matt Barber and the rest of the Manteca Buffaloes. Manteca showed no ill effects from its loss to rival Sierra, taking it to previously undefeated Sonora early and often in a 37-13 shellacking Friday at Guss Schmiedt Field. Manteca (2-1 Valley Oak League, 4-2 overall) lost to heated rival Sierra 23-15 on Oct. 9. Miller had his worst varsity performance at running back, and Barber completed ...
It was a record day for Jarrod Daniels. Against visiting Central Valley on Friday, the Sierra High senior running back rushed for 291 yards, breaking Daniel Teicheira's school record of 277 for most yards in a game. Daniels' five touchdowns tied the mark set by Teicheira, who did it as a sophomore against Los Banos. But more importantly, the Timberwolves toppled the visiting Hawks, 49-20, remaining in a first-place tie with Oakdale in the Valley ...
Never has scheduling dealt a team such an evil hand when East Union had to roll out the welcome mats for two-time defending Valley Oak League champion Oakdale High in a 55-14 homecoming loss.
HUGHSON – The Ripon Indians are running full speed towards a Sac-Joaquin Section playoff spot.
CERES - Ceres High spoiled Weston Ranch's homecoming last year. The Cougars returned the favor Friday night, beating the Bulldogs 35-15 in a Valley Oak League varsity football showdown. "We wanted payback," Weston Ranch running back/linebacker Deon Eley said. The Cougars took a major step in the right direction as they improved to 3-3 on the year and 2-1 in the VOL. Weston Ranch was 2-8 and 1-6 last season. "All the critics picked us ...
RIPON – Mariposa was on the verge of spoiling Ripon Christian's senior day and Southern League finale on Wednesday.
Four East Union seniors came through with clutch plays on Senior Night Wednesday at Northgate Softball Complex, where the Lancers squeaked out a 7-6 extra-inning victory over Weston Ranch.
Ripon came up short on the road against Orestimba Newman on Wednesday and failed to record any RBIs during its fourth Trans Valley League loss.
The Ripon Christian Knights will get one more shot at clinching the outright Southern League baseball title.
Freshman Leah Manuleleua reached out for sister Sialei's right hand and wrapped an arm around her shoulders as the two walked off gusty Guss Schmiedt Field Tuesday night.
It all comes down to today's winner-take-all Valley Oak League Championships at Livermore's Poppy Ridge Golf Course.
Ripon didn't play its best, but it was plenty good enough to clinch its third straight Trans-Valley League championship.
Weston Ranch punched its ticket into the quarterfinal of the Sac-Joaquin Section Division II boys tennis tournament on Tuesday afternoon.
Manteca bounced back from consecutive losses against Oakdale last week and took out its frustration on Kimball Tuesday.
Manteca High's boys tennis team ended a four-year slide in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division-II playoffs with Monday's commanding 8-1 victory over Western Athletic Conference No. 3 seed Livingston at Manteca Regional Tennis Center.
Going into the regular-season finale between East Union and Manteca girls soccer teams there's plenty of intrigue beyond feuding neighbors.
RIPON – For Tami Kamper and the Ripon Christian tennis team, the matches will get infinitely harder beginning with the Sac-Joaquin Section Team Tournament.
Ripon Christian's boys golf team got even with Southern League rival Turlock Christian in the conference tournament Monday at the Oakdale Golf and Country Club.
Nick Sharp could feel the shadow cast and left behind by arguably the most gifted golfer to play for Ripon High's tradition rich boys program.
Celina Cooper needed just two innings to rack up six RBIs, and Peyton Rose twirled a mercy-shortened three-hitter as Manteca walloped visiting Lathrop 17-0 Friday.