For Nicholas Gonzalez, turning in those jaw-dropping moves on a regular basis is something the Sierra High standout player will never take for granted. Because at one point, medical professionals thought The Bulletin's All-Area Soccer Most Valuable Player would be in a wheel chair.
East Union's winning streak survives another day.
First-year Weston Ranch head coach Chris Teevan was hoping his Cougars could keep up with Central of Fresno, the No. 2 ranked team out of the Central Section according to MaxPreps.com.
East Union's girls basketball team snapped a three-game losing streak Thursday in the Tom Hawkins/Tracy Breakfast Lions Tournament, racing past Tokay 50-41 at Tracy High.
Sierra went cold from the field in the second half of its final nonleague contest at Riverbank Thursday, leading to a 55-43 loss.
East Union's sophomore boys basketball team held off Weston Ranch 54-48 in the first round of the Block M Tournament hosted by Manteca High.
Brooke Riley had the type of season that many high school seniors would be satisfied with.
Weston Ranch's Dylan Alexander burned Ripon from the perimeter in the first half, and Daiveon Leverett wore down the Indians from the paint in the second.
TRACY - There are still kinks to work out but little time left for Manteca High's girls basketball team to do so before it begins its defense of a Valley Oak League title share.
First it was the talented Kimball High standout Pyper Brown who kept Vannida Nguyen from capturing the Valley Oak League singles championship as a sophomore. The following year, it was surprising Ly Hoang of Weston Ranch who got in her way.
RIPON – The Ripon Christian Varisty Basketball Tournament saw the Vander Molen family take center stage as Travis Vander Molen proved to be the brightest star in the Knights' 55-44 championship game victory over Gregori High Saturday.
RIPON - Curtis Bernard took a few seconds to measure his shot from the right wing with a defender squared up in front of him.
A 15-3 run to close out the third quarter eliminated a seven-point Sierra High deficit and propelled the Timberwolves to a 62-56 victory over Golden Valley High Friday.
The Manteca High Buffaloes opened with 14 unanswered points, and Jessica Hasal hit six 3-pointers as they rolled past the Turlock Bulldogs on the road 50-25 on Friday.
TRACY - The Manteca and Lathrop boys basketball teams got a taste of what's to come on Thursday as they prepare to square off against each other in their Valley Oak League opener.
BAKERSFIELD - Branden Rullan is taking the long road to the medal rounds.
Being the underdog is nothing new for Sierra's boys soccer team (17-8-3), which has knocked off the No. 2- and 3-ranked teams in the ...
ELK GROVE - East Union softball coach Brian Goulart suspects this won't be the last time his Lancers will see Cosumnes Oaks this season.
RIPON – Tokay pitcher Arianna Lozano was too much for Ripon Christian to handle.
TURLOCK - The Manteca softball team took its lumps on Tuesday and took it out on Turlock in a nonleague contest Thursday.
LATHROP – The sun gave out before the players did Thursday, as Lathrop and visiting Ripon battled to a 2-2 tie in non-league baseball action that ...
Manuel and Joe Pires, separated by just two years in age, have heard it all their lives.
With sophomore Fernando Segura on his game, one hit was all East Union's team needed to get past visiting Lodi 1-0 in a pitchers ...
STOCKTON - Ripon Christian hung tough in the early going, but the Knights couldn't keep up high-powered Elliot Christian of Lodi for long in the ...
LODI - Ripon had a tough going in its Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV semifinal game against top-seeded Central Catholic on Wednesday.
Sierra didn't wait long to strike this time around, and the Timberwolves' air-tight defense took care of the rest.
GALT – How quickly a game can change.
SACRAMENTO - Capital Christian caught fire early, and No. 6 Ripon Christian couldn't make up ground in a 59-35 loss in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division ...
RIVERBANK - Ripon Christian's baseball team started its 2017 campaign with a 14-run first inning on its way to an 18-4 rout of Riverbank.
LIVINGSTON – Sierra goalie Saul Aguiniga saved the best for last.