The Manteca Buffaloes just missed out on an opportunity to close out the Valley Oak League season with a .500 mark, falling to Kimball High 215-225 Thursday in the league ending match for both clubs at Old River Golf Course in Tracy.
All-out hustle from Adaeze Nkwocha proved to be the difference for Manteca High's soccer team Thursday.
Oakdale High's girls track and field team met its stiffest challenge in a Valley Oak League finale at Sierra Thursday.
After getting things going with three runs in the top of the first, the Manteca Buffaloes would add insurance runs in the fifth, sixth, and seventh on their way to an 8-2 win Thursday in Valley Oak League over Lathrop High.
It was business as usual for Sierra High standout Allison Walljasper.
Sierra pitcher Mark Crain was good.
With the Valley Oak League crown within reach, the East Union girls soccer team had its coronation postponed following Wednesday's 2-2 tie with Kimball on rain-soaked Dino Cunial Field.
The Lathrop Spartans rode the dominant right arm of Gabe Castellanos to an 8-0 Valley Oak League win over Weston Ranch Wednesday in league action.
Megan Gonsalves' goal in the 23rd minute decided Sierra's 1-0 win over visiting Sonora Wednesday and kept the Timberwolves in good position to grab a postseason berth.
It all comes down to the Trans-Valley League Tournament.
TRACY - Manteca High tennis coach Frank Fontana is not looking forward to the Valley Oak League's championship singles match.
With playoff positioning resting on each of the remaining Valley Oak League games, Kimball High came in and did exactly what it needed to do in a mercy-rule shortened 12-1 victory over the Manteca Buffaloes Tuesday.
The Sierra Timberwolves were able to keep pace with the Kimball Jaguars in the Valley Oak League standings, getting a no-hitter from Allison Walljasper in a 5-0 win over Weston Ranch Tuesday.
After dropping four consecutive Valley Oak League contests, the Sierra Timberwolves were able to put a positive performance together in an 8-1 win over the Weston Ranch Cougars Tuesday.
Ripon Christian's girls soccer team is trying to hold off Gustine for the third and final playoff spot in the Southern League.
It was sheer bliss for top-seeded East Union in one moment.
With the spring season already in full swing, seven area basketball and soccer teams remain in the hunt for Sac-Joaquin Section banners, while one wrestler ...
An error-free defensive effort helped East Union's baseball team stave off Patterson 6-5 in its season opener Saturday at Agostini Field.
Andrew Brunn threw five innings of one-hit ball for Manteca, and freshman Ryan Ward allowed no hits and struck out five in two innings of ...
Sierra left it in the hands, or feet, of two senior captains to keep its Sac-Joaquin Section Division III title hopes alive in a well-contested ...
The fourth quarter was shaping up to be just like the rest of the game until Manteca's Jorge Cedano got into the act.
Ripon High will move on to the semifinals of the Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV playoffs.
STOCKTON – Sierra's Branden Rullan is going to the California State Wrestling Championships, and East Union's Jaysen Reindel is two wins away as the ...
RIPON - Ripon Christian put its size advantage to good use in defeating Aspire Langston Hughes Academy in a Sac-Joaquin Section Division V quarterfinal Friday.
SACRAMENTO - Ripon Christian gave top-seeded Bradshaw Christian all it could handle in a Sac-Joaquin Section Division VI semifinal on Friday.
GALT - With a full squad, Joe Pires believes his Sierra boys soccer can beat anybody.
Fortunately for East Union, misses do not count against you in soccer.
GARDEN VALLEY – Morgan Van Elderen made a key steal for visiting Ripon Christian with 30 seconds remaining to help repel a late rally by Golden ...
Kimball's deadly accuracy from the perimeter trumped the inside dominance of Loretta Kakala and Manteca in this Sac-Joaquin Section Division III quarterfinal pitting Valley ...
Jack Weaver is following in the footsteps of a fellow Lancer, and the tracks lead all the way to Caldwell, Idaho.