The East Union Lancers saw the results of coming into a contest without a sense of urgency in their last Valley Oak League loss to Weston Ranch. That was not the case for the Lancers Monday, as they continually fought back to hand Oakdale High a 4-3 loss in VOL action.
The Manteca High varsity volleyball squad continued to show signs of improvement in Valley Oak League play.
Another year, another undefeated regular season for Sierra High doubles standout Stephanie Vanni.
East Union High has been so dominant this year that next week's Valley Oak League Championships is merely a formality. Even a third-place finish would be enough to clinch the girls golf powerhouse its fourth straight title.
STOCKTON - The Ripon High varsity volleyball team continues to stack up with the best.
RIPON - From the defensive endline to the midfield stripe, Ripon High played near flawless soccer during a key Trans Valley League match against Escalon at Mistlin Sports Complex.
Manteca High was taking the better shots, but the host Sierra Timberwolves was making theirs.
East Union High's soccer team was on solid ground as the Valley Oak League's first-place team going into the week.
East Union head coach Eryn Bowers was in disbelief as her Lancers blew an early two games to none lead over Manteca High, needing a come-from-behind fifth game thriller to sneak away from Manteca High with a 3-2 win Tuesday in Valley Oak League action.
Very little has changed throughout an illustrious Valley Oak League run for the Weston Ranch Cougars, and the theme continued in a 5-0 VOL win over the Manteca Buffaloes Tuesday at Weston Ranch.
Members of the Southern League likely have no clue what has hit them since the Ripon Christian Knights showed up on the scene playing unbeatable volleyball, and the group continued to roll in a one-sided victory over the Waterford Wildcats Tuesday.
The struggles for Ripon Christian's soccer program continued, as the Knights were stopped 3-0 by Waterford High Tuesday in Sothern League soccer Tuesday.
When it was all said and done, the Sierra Timberwolves realized that they could play with visiting East Union, but that fact did not amount to any wins as the Lancers swept in Valley Oak League action Wednesday.
East Union High's Jordan Kron made a splash last year as a freshman athlete making big contributions for the school's varsity basketball and baseball teams.
The Valley Oak League's top girls golf team appears to be getting better.
Gino Campiotti threw for four touchdowns Friday night to lead Manteca to a 42-6 non-league win over Enochs at Downey High in Modesto.
After a slow first quarter East Union road the hot hand of Jack Weaver to put up 22 second-period points on the way to a ...
Erron Duncan led a punishing Weston Ranch ground attack Friday night with 16 carries for 220 yards and three touchdowns and the Cougars ran for ...
After a close opening set Thursday night, Ripon went on to sweep visiting Modesto 25-23, 25-12, 25-12 in non-league volleyball action.
In a battle of the unbeaten on Thursday Brooke Riley scorched the greens at the Manteca Golf Course with a 35 to lead East Union ...
By DAVE CAMPBELL
The Lathrop High girls tennis team is showing improvement.
Within 15 minutes the East Union boys' soccer team had already built a solid lead over Ceres and they kept scoring and scoring and scoring ...
Sierra battled the heat Wednesday but could not find any intensity in a 1-0 non-league soccer loss to Franklin-Stockton on Wednesday on the back soccer ...
The Manteca High girls' tennis team had no problem handling cross-town rival East Union Wednesday on their home court as it gears up for a ...
Edison got better as the night went on but better was not good enough as host East Union swept the Vikings 25-14, 25-19, 25-17 in ...
The Manteca High Buffaloes swept past visiting Weston Ranch in Valley Oak League play Tuesday, 9-0.
A penalty kick from Ramon Rojas was the only scoring in the third-place game of the Buffalo Cup as tournament host Manteca held on for ...
PATTERSON - In a footrace, Ripon doesn't have a chance against the agile skill athletes from Patterson.
The Ripon Christian Knights staged a fourth-quarter rally Friday to slip past Stone Ridge Christian, 35-28, in Merced.