WESTON RANCH – Playing for at least a portion of the Valley Oak League title seemed to be on the mind of only one team, as East Union built a double-digit halftime lead and never relinquished in a 57-48 win over Weston Ranch Wednesday.
Two sophomores stole the show on the Manteca High girls basketball team's senior night Wednesday.
Lathrop High's girls basketball stretched its winning streak against Oakdale to four games after trouncing the Mustangs on their home floor 53-33 on Wednesday.
It's safe to say that at 5 feet, 8 inches, Scott Thomason didn't play above the rim during his days as a player.
East Union High continued to play inspired basketball.
Ripon High's girls basketball team suffered a third heartbreaking straight loss Tuesday, falling at Riverbank, 51-49.
RIPON – Riverbank High is definitely not accustomed to playing subpar basketball, but the Bruins' opening effort coupled with an inspired effort from Ripon left them coping with only its third loss of the season, 58-48.
Things were business as usual for the Ripon Christian Knights, as they continued their dominance over the Southern League with a 78-52 win over Delhi Tuesday.
It's net-cutting week for area basketball teams zeroing in on league championships, while others are looking to improve their postseason standing.
Former East Union High standout Brittany LaMar is making an immediate impact for the William Jessup University softball team.
The Turlock Christian hangover was in full effect at the start of Ripon Christian's girls basketball contest with visiting Delhi Monday.
ESCALON – The Ripon High wrestling program exercised its dominance over the heralded Escalon Cougars on two separate occasions this season.
OAKDALE – When it was said and done Oakdale was still the league's dominant force, but Weston Ranch more than proved itself as the league's second in command.
With the ill effects of their first Valley Oak League loss looming over the East Union Lancers, the squad was able to pull out an always-challenging Sonora road victory with a 52-49 Friday.
LATHROP – After building an 18-point halftime lead, Lathrop put itself in position to post a huge Valley Oak League upset, but in the game's final 90 seconds Sierra's Guillermo Nunez came through with back-to-back 3-pointers to lead the Timberwolves to a 69-61 win Friday.
OAKDALE - East Union 220-pound standout Jaysen Reindel twice won by fall, but it was an otherwise uneventful double-dual match dominated by Valley Oak League powerhouse ...
RIPON - Escalon wrestlers were already lining up on the mat as Ripon standout heavyweight Tristan Smith was declared a winner via forfeiture, but Wednesday's ...
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STOCKTON - The Weston Ranch Cougars maintained their momentum from the previous game.
Bikram Thiara knows how to deliver a jump start.
MOUNTAIN HOUSE - Ripon High emerged as the top team in the Trans-Valley League with its 46-34 statement win over upstart Mountain House on Tuesday, and ...
BERKELEY - Anand Hundal made up for a last-second gaffe in regulation with a dominant effort in overtime as he helped Manteca escape Haas Pavillion with ...
SACRAMENTO – Ripon's Tristan Smith battled his way to the 285-pound championship bout Saturday against Nic Iversen of Ukiah and lost 6-1 in the Tim ...
East Union started the game Friday with crosstown rival Sierra on a 9-0 run and scored the first 16 points of the second quarter, riding ...
ESCALON - The Ripon Christian boys spoiled winter homecoming at Escalon Friday with a 55-44 Trans-Valley League victory.
Gyse Hulsebosch hit a pair of free throws to tie the game with 2:13 remaining, and then with 1:11 showing on the Dalben ...
STOCKTON - Asked last week who his team's most valuable player is, Weston Ranch head coach Chris Teevan singled out D'Angelo Finley without hesitation.
RIPON - Forget style points.
HUGHSON - Karla Calderon had one of her best offensive nights for Ripon on Thursday, but the senior guard was by her coach for other reasons.
LATHROP - After starting the game on the bench, East Union's Olivia Vezaldenos ended it in the zone.