They don't rebuild. They reload. A year ago, after losing several pieces off what many considered the best girls golf team ever to tee off East Union, the Lancers went out and turned in the best season in school history. This year, with the losses of Krysta Clark and Lindsay Shoot looming large, the Lancers will once again look to a new group of leaders to continue the winning tradition. So far, so good. Led ...
MODESTO - Sierra barely broke at sweat at Johansen Wednesday evening in a 25-10, 25-13, 25-14 sweep of the Vikings.
STOCKTON - What a difference a day makes. The Timberwolves took as many shots Wednesday as they did in a 4-3 loss to Hilmar Tuesday, but this time around, 45 percent of Sierra's 18 shots found net in a 7-1 road pounding of St. Mary's. Braian Gomez continued to produce on the offensive end, this time turning in a hat trick, while Oscar Garcia, Joel Boling, Irving Hernandez and David Reyes scored one each. "It ...
OAKDALE - It wasn't easy for Lathrop Wednesday in a 15-0 loss to the Mustangs, but then again, it never is when it comes to Oakdale tennis.
Jose Montes makes it a point to throw his Sierra Timberwolves into the flame every preseason. Another rugged non-league schedule is letting him know what his team is made of and what it has to work on, and he saw the good, bad and the ugly in Tuesday's 4-3 loss to visiting small-school powerhouse Hilmar. The Timberwolves (2-4) both struggled and shined on every level of the pitch. The talent is there, but Montes said ...
East Union fell behind 6-3 in Game 1 of a preseason tilt with Gustine Tuesday at Dalben Center, but from that point on it was all Lancers throughout, as EU walked away with a breezy 25-16, 25-7, 25-13 sweep.
LINDEN - Ripon got its big non-league win out of the way, and head coach Jamie DeBruyn hopes his Indians can carry it over to the rest of the season.
With 14 returning players off last season's squad and five newcomers in the mix, the East Union girls tennis team is showing signs that the program is headed in the right direction under second-year head coach Julia Bylow.
Kaylee Joaquin carded a rock-solid 6-over-par 43 to lead Manteca to a 282-381 victory over Ceres in their Valley Oak League opener at Manteca Park Golf Course Tuesday.
The Buffaloes got off to a great start Tuesday at home against Enochs, but a few uncharacteristic mistakes spelled doom in a 25-16, 22-25, 25-23, 20-25, 7-15 loss.
The Manteca sophomore volleyball team fell for the first time this season, 9-25, 21-25, to Enochs at home Tuesday night.
Sierra High's girls golf team teed off its Valley Oak League season with a 253-351 victory over Weston Ranch Monday at Manteca Park Golf Course.
The Manteca, Sierra and East Union High football programs held their annual intrasquad scrimmages Saturday at each of the respective schools.
The mercury hovered around triple digits Saturday afternoon at Sierra High, where the T'Wolves boys soccer program hosted the 17th Annual Timberwolves Cup.
Head coach Dolores Baluyut led the Lathrop girls tennis team into its first varsity action Friday afternoon at Union Road Tennis Courts. The Spartans faced Kimball of Tracy. Lathrop squares off with Valley Oak League rival East Union at home Tuesday.
Ripon didn't play its best, but it was plenty good enough to clinch its third straight Trans-Valley League championship.
Weston Ranch punched its ticket into the quarterfinal of the Sac-Joaquin Section Division II boys tennis tournament on Tuesday afternoon.
Manteca bounced back from consecutive losses against Oakdale last week and took out its frustration on Kimball Tuesday.
Manteca High's boys tennis team ended a four-year slide in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division-II playoffs with Monday's commanding 8-1 victory over Western Athletic Conference No. 3 seed Livingston at Manteca Regional Tennis Center.
Going into the regular-season finale between East Union and Manteca girls soccer teams there's plenty of intrigue beyond feuding neighbors.
RIPON – For Tami Kamper and the Ripon Christian tennis team, the matches will get infinitely harder beginning with the Sac-Joaquin Section Team Tournament.
Ripon Christian's boys golf team got even with Southern League rival Turlock Christian in the conference tournament Monday at the Oakdale Golf and Country Club.