STOCKTON – The South fired the first shot but the war was won by the North in a 21-6 victory during the 38th Annual Lions All-Star Football game at the University of the Pacific Saturday.
STOCKTON - Yes, it was an exhibition featuring some of the best seniors from San Joaquin and Stanislaus counties and the Sierra Nevada foothills.
STOCKTON – It did not take long for a pair of Sierra High graduates to make an impact on the All-Star Baseball Classic at the University of the Pacific Friday, when Dylan DeBrouwer and Nathan O'Leary helped ignite the South's 5-0 victory over the North.
A select few of the area's top graduated athletes aren't ready to call it a high school career just yet.
CLOVIS - Manteca High's Paul Lyons outlasted all the other athletes in the area to finish eighth in the 110 hurdles of the California Interscholastic Federation State Track and Field Championships on Saturday in Clovis.
Paul Lyons declared that he would be all business during his once-in-a-lifetime trip to the California Interscholastic Federation State Track and Field Championships at Buchanan High's Veterans Memorial Stadium in Clovis Friday.
By JONAMAR JACINTO
A trip to Australia last December proved fruitful for Manteca High senior Matt Burrows.
After accomplishing just about everything there is to accomplish on the high school volleyball scene, Ripon High senior Cheyeann DePrue will take her talents north, as she inked a commitment to the Humboldt State University Volleyball program recently.
Despite lacking the numbers of the top programs in the Mid-Valley Swim League, the Manteca Dolphins were still well-represented in Saturday's season opener at West High School.
LODI - Matt Burrows kept his cool after tempers heated up.
Will Brink was a stroke away from being a part of his third straight playoff in as many weeks Monday in the Northern California Golf Association/California Interscholastic Federation Northern California High School Championships.
STOCKTON – After dropping the first opportunity to clinch the Sac-Joaquin Section Division-IV crown with a lackluster effort, the Sierra Timberwolves resorted back to their old form, handing Los Banos a 6-0 section shutout to claim the championship Saturday at Arnaiz Field.
STOCKTON - Forget that Sierra High lost out on bragging rights for the Valley Oak League title this season to Oakdale.
LODI – Manteca High got a tremendous effort from pitcher Cory Vanwarmendam while both Gabe Rellamas and Matt Burrows collected three hits as the Buffaloes took the first game of the Sac-Joaquin Section Division-IV best of three series from East Union 6-5 Saturday at Tony Zupo.
No. 2 Sierra used a monstrous first inning to advance out of the elimination round of the Sac-Joaquin Section Division III baseball playoffs Thursday, defeating El Camino 12-2 in five innings at McAuliffe Memorial Ballpark in Sacramento.
The Valley Oak League's top girls swim team was well represented in the Sac-Joaquin Section Girls Trials Thursday at Tokay High in Lodi.
STOCKTON - Jeremy Wager-Smith was just too much for Ripon Christian to handle on Thursday.
Arianna Cardenas hadn't scored in more than a month, and she was battling a freshman for minutes, but few have been better in big games.
CERES - A chance at making history turned into heartbreak for the Manteca High boys tennis team in the first-ever Sac-Joaquin Section Division III team final.
Natalia Duran got the last laugh Wednesday.
Ripon Christian is heading to the Sac-Joaquin Section Division VII championship game for a second straight year after upending fourth-seeded Vacaville Christian 4-1 on Wednesday.
Cindy Alvarez started on defense for a second straight game.
Ripon's softball team is hoping the fourth time is the charm against Hughson.
RIPON - Emily O'Brien and Alli Hickman's valiant effort came up short in the No. 2 girls doubles match, as Ripon lost to Trans-Valley League rival Escalon 5-4 in the Sac-Joaquin Section Coed Team Tennis semifinals Wednesday.
The Ripon High baseball team is hitting its stride at the right time.
SACRAMENTO - Second-seeded East Union came out swinging Tuesday against No. 15 American Canyon.
Frank Fontana joined in on a three-on-three drill, talking a little trash and sharing laughs in what was the final practice of the season for the 2015 Manteca High boys tennis team.
Four Manteca-area schools qualified for the Sac-Joaquin Section girls soccer playoffs, and all four are a win away from playing for the blue banner.
SACRAMENTO - Christian Brothers put up three runs in the third inning and coasted to a 5-1 win over Manteca in opening-round action of the Sac-Joaquin Section Division III softball playoffs Tuesday at the Sacramento Softball Complex, ending the season for the Buffaloes.