The Sierra High varsity baseball team overcame a sluggish start by finishing strong in the 13-3 victory over visiting Modesto Christian on Wednesday.
Jerrica Hauck broke the East Union pole vault record in dramatic fashion Wednesday at Sierra High's Daniel Teicheira Memorial Stadium, but it was the host Timberwolves' girls team, led by distance runner Katelyn Carbiener, that squeaked out a much-needed win to open the Valley Oak League season.
In what looked like one of the best efforts in the Lathrop High baseball program's history, the Riverbank Bruins decided to spoil the moment with three runs in the top of the seventh for a come-from-behind 3-1 win over the host Spartans Wednesday.
This is one tie Sierra High's girls soccer team will gladly settle with.
LATHROP – In the opening stages of Lathrop High's nonleague contest with the Ripon Indians, Lathrop looked evenly matched with the Ripon, holding the lead for the game's first four innings. Ripon eventually took over in a major way, closing its 17-2 win with 14 runs in the last two at bats.
Sierra High wasted little time jumping out on the host Tokay Tigers, pushing across a pair of runs in their first at bat on their way to a 5-2 win over the Tigers Wednesday.
The Valley Oak League schedule got underway Tuesday, and Sierra High did everything it needed to do to open the season with a win. Its match with Kimball High finished in a tie, resorting to a tie-breaker method that left Sierra coping with the loss at Uninon Road Tennis Courts.
No seniors, no problem.
The heartbreaking finish to the 2009-10 season has been erased from the minds of Ripon Christian's seniors.
It was business as usual through a quarter of play in No. 12 Weston Ranch's NorCal opener against fifth-seeded host Burlingame Tuesday.
The East Union baseball team fell behind six runs in the first five innings, setting a 7-1 loss to the Tracy Bulldogs in motion Tuesday in Tracy.
Manteca High's softball team played a little longer than it should have in its 20-7 rout of Downey in Modesto Tuesday.
After having impressive win streaks snapped in the Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs last week, the Ripon Christian and Weston Ranch boys basketball teams will have the opportunity to bounce back in the first round of the NorCal tournament today.
After recording three assists in last Thursday's non-league win over Hilmar, freshman Isela Rivera continued the impressive start to her high school career Monday against defending San-Joaquin Athletic Association champion Lodi.
RIPON - Realignment has rendered the Ripon-Ripon Christian baseball rivalry meaningless in terms of conference and playoff implications.
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.
CERES – They knew who was getting the ball.
Tournament host Manteca took a first-round victory in the Buffalo Cup on Friday with a 5-1 win over Calaveras of San Andreas at Guss Schmiedt ...
Bulletin staff reports
Loretta Kakala is in her second year at Manteca High, but on Thursday she played in just her second match - third if you want to ...
By JONAMAR JACINTO
Buoyed by the doubles players, East Union's girls tennis team came from behind to knock off visiting Sierra in the Valley Oak League opener ...