The Timberwolves will play Enochs today for the championship of the Robert Dominik Fuchs Memorial Holiday Classic.
The Vos brothers surely left their mark in Ripon Christian's 57-47 boys basketball victory over Patterson Wednesday in the Oakdale Tournament.
The Sierra High wrestling team took third place in the Demolition Day tournament at Stagg High Tuesday.
TRACY - East Union's girls basketball team has dropped two of its last three, and it could have easily been three straight losses if not for a comeback win decided by a one-point margin.
RIPON - Sometimes all the effort in the world can prove to be too little too late.
Ripon High's girls basketball team is one win away from the West Coast Jamboree's Sapphire Division consolation championship round, and it will have to get past a familiar foe to get there.
The Sierra High boys basketball team has history of success in the Robert Dominik Fuchs Memorial Holiday Classic hosted by Columbia College in Sonora.
STOCKTON - Cold shooting in the fourth period contributed to the East Union High boys varsity basketball team's 77-62 loss Tuesday to Freedom.
TRACY - Sharon Washington flirted with a rare quadruple double, but she alone wasn't the reason why Manteca High's girls basketball team trounced Mills of Millbrae 60-34 in the first round of the Tom Hawkins/Tracy Breakfast Lions Tournament Monday.
SALIDA - Ripon High's boys basketball team drew first blood Monday in its first game of the Modesto Christian Holiday Hoops Classic, of the premier tournaments in Northern California, against Burbank of Southern California.
The Ripon High girls basketball team opened the massive West Coast Jamboree Monday in Brentwood with its second loss of the season, as Brook McGrath led Crater (Central Point, Ore.), 47-30.
There wasn't too much of anything that Ripon High senior Kelsey Johnston had to prove. When The Bulletin's 2010 All-Area Volleyball Most Valuable Player began her season, there was only one mission yet to be conquered and that task no longer stands.
Robert Ladiges' coronation as the Valley Oak League's Most Valuable Player in 2010 came with little surprise.
Cruz Hernandez's value to the East Union High boys soccer team can't be measured by the amount of goals he scores, or the ones that he assists.
Everything East Union likes to do, Armijo did better in a wildly-entertaining non-league girls basketball game Thursday at Dalben Center.
Alex Gonzales set a personal record with a 7-over-par 38 Thursday at Jack Tone Golf Course, where she helped host Ripon down Valley Foothill League newcomer Sonora, 166-181.
Manteca High striker Marcus Montano trotted off the field with about five minutes left in Wednesday's match.
RIPON - Dani Erdelatz came up big for Ripon Christian on Wednesday night.
It didn't take long for Manteca to bounce from its season-opening loss.
East Union showed signs of its potential in its first match of the season Wednesday, but a lackluster start was too much for the Lancers to overcome in a 3-1 setback at Lodi.
Sierra High athletic director Anthony Chapman announced Tuesday that Vic DeAnda has been named the school's new head softball coach.
Sierra claimed two key doubles matches that went to third sets to clinch a 7-2 victory over visiting East Union in the Valley Oak League opener for both teams.
Ripon High girls golf coach Eric Dambrosio was encouraged by what he saw from his young team in Tuesday's Valley Foothill League North Division opener.
After giving up the lead in the fourth quarter Thursday, Sierra bounced back with a 28-yard touchdown pass from Caden Worth to Brandy James with 4:53 showing on the clock and held on for the 12-7 win over visiting Ripon in non-league freshman football action at Daniel Teicheira Memorial Stadium.
Weston Ranch successfully defended its Stagg Brown and Gold Cup crown on Saturday, securing the championship with a 2-0 win over the host team.
The Ripon and Sierra football teams will rekindle their rivalry in the marquee Zero Week game tonight.
LODI - Leagues are realigned.
Manteca and East Union are out for revenge, while Lathrop's second-year head coach returns to his hometown to lead the Spartans onto familiar grounds.
Brooke Riley stood shoulder to shoulder with a teammate, both staring down the third fairway at Manteca Park Golf Course.
LATHROP – Alfredo Reynaga hasn't wasted any time putting his stamp on the Lathrop High boys soccer program.