TRACY - The rebuilding has begun for Sierra's girls golf team under first-year head coach Jack Thomson.
LINDEN - It was a rather ho-hum official start to Ripon's volleyball season Tuesday.
RIPON - Keith Terpsma doesn't know what to expect this season when his Ripon Christian boys soccer team heads into Southern League play for the first time.
Clarence Goes needed a right-hand man.
After closing out last season with their fourth consecutive Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV Championship, the East Union Lancers are opening the 2010 season with aspirations of bringing home the school's fifth straight section crown.
The Manteca Buffaloes welcomed Ripon and Central Valley highs to Manteca High, officially kicking off the 2010 high school football campaign. All three programs met up for a preseason scrimmage, broken into 10-play intervals, rotating offense and defense between the three teams.
A quick peak at both Ripon High and Ripon Christian's 2010 volleyball schedules leaves little doubt as to where both of these recently dominant programs expect to be in November. Returning to the postseason is on the top of both school's priority lists, only this season Ripon Christian will travel along a different path.
The challenges that await first-year Sierra High volleyball coach Trinity Johnson are unimaginable. Taking over the reins after a 15-year run from Tevani Liotard through the Valley Oak League has been task No.1
RIPON – The Ripon Indians simply feel it's time to hang a Trans Valley League banner in their gym. Ripon Christian has every reason in the world to feel its first season in the Southern League can result in a championship.
Goodbye Ceres and Central Valley, and good riddance.
Never mind that the school year begins next Monday, Aug. 16.
LATHROP - In a little over a month, the Lathrop Spartans will begin their second football campaign at the varsity level and the only certainty the club has is that the challenge won't get any easier.
The ill-effects of a heart-wrenching Sac-Joaquin Section playoff loss to Casa Roble is something of the past for the Manteca Buffaloes. Now the squad is poised to make a run at the Valley Oak League championship, and hopefully make a return trip to the section title game in the process.
STOCKTON – One program is trying to defend a piece of a league title for the first time in school history.
Standing 5-foot-6, it would be hard to see Matt Barber as the big man on campus. But if you ask anyone on the Manteca Buffaloes' 20-man roster and they will tell you there was no bigger Buffalo than Barber.
RIPON - A hat trick is always good, but a hat trick in the first half is even better.
The Sierra High boys team improved to 6-0 in the Valley Oak League after its 120-39 win over visiting East Union on Thursday.
MODESTO - Sierra's pitching tandem of Madisyn Anchundo and Lindsey Walljasper struck out 13 batters, and the Timberwolves got all the runs they needed with ...
RIPON - Ripon High's boys golf team is now alone in first place in the Trans-Valley League after fending off Escalon 234-246 under breezy conditions ...
LATHROP - East Union took out its frustrations on Lathrop on Wednesday.
Kimball's pitching corps kept East Union off balance Wednesday and the Lancers never did find home plate as the visiting Jaguars blanked East Union ...
MODESTO - Off to its best start in program history, Weston Ranch now finds itself in the middle of its first three-game skid of the season.
Manteca worked its seventh-inning magic yet again.
ESCALON – Sometimes the game of baseball is just about being in the right place at the right time.
Alejandra Rascon is accustomed to hitting tape-measure shots at Northgate Softball Complex, but she didn't have a home run to show for it heading ...
TRACY - Manteca High's boys tennis team lost its final regular-season match in heartbreaking fashion Tuesday.
The Sierra baseball team won its fourth straight thanks to Jacob Peterson's walk-off hit off the right-centerfield wall in a 3-2 nonleague win over ...
East Union managed to shut down Manteca's all-time leading scorer once again, but its mastery of the Buffaloes came to an end Monday in ...
East Union has already gotten past cross-town rivals Manteca and Sierra in its defense of the Valley Oak League championship.
The Ripon High girls roared to a first-place finish and the Sierra boys finished second in the Ervin Zador Invitational on Saturday at Ripon High ...