By JONAMAR JACINTO
East Union High's varsity volleyball team swept cross-town rival Sierra in three games on Thursday.
It was a strong showing from the serving stripe that helped Weston Ranch supplement their offense against intra-district rival Lathrop Thursday night.
Ripon Christian's boys soccer team missed out on a chance to make a move in the Southern League Thursday but settled on a scoreless tie with visiting Mariposa.
With all other Valley Oak League tennis matches washing out Thursday, Sierra High took the opportunity to make a splash against a team that's in position to qualify for the Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs.
One day after winning the Sierra Invitational for a fifth straight year at Manteca Park Golf Course, the Valley Oak League-leading East Union girls golf team returned to its home track Thursday to post one of its best nine-hole scores of the season.
The East Union High girls golf team enjoyed playing 18 holes.
Heavy rains hit portions of the early soccer matches, making for some interesting action on Wednesday afternoon.
Weston Ranch High's girls tennis team is quickly closing in on its second straight Valley Oak League championship.
The East Union High girls golf squad took care of Weston Ranch Tuesday at Stockton's Van Buskirk Municipal Course.
Manteca High's volleyball team fought back from an early six-point deficit in Game 4 to clinch a four-game win (25-16, 25-27, 25-11, 25-20) at Lathrop Tuesday.
For the first half, the Ripon Christian High boys varsity soccer team managed to stay even with Gustine on Tuesday.
There are no winners and losers, but there are rare moments when ties in soccer can be either exhilarating or agonizing.
East Union High's girls golfers were fans of crosstown rival Sierra on Monday.
The Sierra High boys soccer team is back on top of the Valley Oak League standings, but not before host Weston Ranch put a scare into the Timberwolves Monday.
MODESTO – Nik Lengert was resourceful and resolute, surviving a marathon match and the hottest of day of the season to reach today's final of the Trans-Valley League Singles Tournament.
The anticipated rematch between the Manteca and East Union girls sprinters will have to wait.
East Union clinched at least a share of the Valley Oak League softball title after Thursday's 13-4 victory over rival Manteca High at Northgate Softball Complex.
Hunter Johnson and Joshua Patton shared the Valley Oak League's MVP honor in what was a historic season for Sierra High's Sac-Joaquin Section Division III champion boys basketball team.
Ripon put together a strong finish to its Trans-Valley League championship run on Thursday, although the heated match with visiting Hughson ended prematurely.
Needing a win to guarantee a second-place finish in the Trans-Valley League, Ripon was unable to overcome host Modesto Christian's eight-run onslaught in the fourth inning in a 9-5 defeat on Thursday.
The East Union girls soccer team's perfect Valley Oak League season was held together by pieces of blue tape on Wednesday evening.
Weston Ranch's dreams of the postseason took a hit Wednesday following a stellar pitching performance by Marco Gonzales.
STOCKTON – The Sac-Joaquin Section Board of Managers have moved boys and girls soccer to the winter, effective during the 2016-17 school year.
Sierra remains on pace to claim at least a share of the Valley Oak League championship after notching a 13-5 victory at Lathrop on Wednesday.
Ripon High's coed tennis team secured its first outright league title since 1987 with Tuesday's 8-1 victory over Modesto Christian.
Ripon - Zaire Davis and Jordyn Wall had one goal in mind since their freshman year of bringing the Trans Valley League title back to the Ripon High girls' soccer program.
After losing six key seniors to graduation from its Sac-Joaquin Section Division VII championship team, Ripon Christian has had to retool around impressive underclassman Abby Buitrago to make another run at it.
Isela Rivera is returning to the Central Valley with hopes of guiding another promising soccer program to new heights.
Disappointment weighed on the mind of Christian Guzman as he walked off the 18th green at Saddle Creek Golf Club.