STOCKTON – The East Union Lancers took on teams complete with wrestlers in each weight class, but were able to do battle short-staffed, still competing during the team-dual portion of the Bear Creek Tournament Friday at Delta College.
STOCKTON – The Weston Ranch Cougars wasted little time punching their ticket back to the Stagg Tournament championship, jumping out to a 10 point halftime lead before knocking off the host Delta Queens 68-49 in the tournament semi-final.
TURLOCK – The opportunity was there, but Manteca High was unable to take advantage. The Buffaloes walked into the locker room all knotted at 36-36 with Sac-Joaquin Section powerhouse Modesto Christian, but a lava-hot Crusader third quarter proved to be the difference in Manteca's 87-73 loss to MC. The Buffaloes established themselves with a strong first half, leading Modesto Christian after the first period of play. The depth of Modesto Christian provided the difference down ...
LODI – The Cougars held a six-point halftime lead and they would not relinquish their lead, fighting off a stubborn Lincoln High of Stockton squad 57-53 to land a spot in the Tokay Tournament consolation championship.
GALT - The Hack-a-Shaq tactic didn't work for Chavez of Stockton in its Galt Warrior Classic opener against Ripon Christian Thursday.
STOCKTON – After missing her first attempt at sinking the go-ahead free throw with 20 seconds remaining in the game, Weston Ranch junior Timnesha Wilson took full advantage of her second try, pushing the Cougars up for good in their 51-50 win over Chavez High Thursday in the Stagg Tournament.
East Union High's sophomore girls basketball team used its defense to get going offensively in the first round of its own 10th Annual Camelot Classic at Dalben Center Thursday.
Lexy Posz and Shalane Jackson have quite the act to follow as East Union's new dynamic duo.
Ripon High running back and inside linebacker Nick Curtice highlights a contingent of area athletes selected to the all-Trans Valley League football team.
MODESTO - East Union hoped speed and deadly perimeter shooting would help overcome Enochs' overwhelming size advantage Wednesday, and for the most part they did.
With four wrestlers nursing various ailments, East Union High's wrestling team was swept in a non-league double-dual match at Dalben Center Tuesday.
With just over a minute left on the clock, every second that ticked away seemed like an eternity for the Sierra Timberwolves Tuesday.
RIPON – Matt Ratto has already shaken off of the early season cobwebs. The Ripon four-year varsity starter posted an impressive 18 points – 16 of which came in the first half – during Ripon 52-35 routing of Oakdale Monday night. But for head coach Rod Wright, it was a run in the third quarter in which six players all contributed – spreading the ball out evenly and confusing even the most solid defense on ...
PATTERSON - Patterson's Cassie Coble buried six of seven free throws and pumped in 12 of the Tigers' 26 fourth-quarter points to upend Manteca 59-53 Tuesday.
After struggling offensive in the first half, Sierra High's sophomore boys basketball team came alive in the third quarter behind a stifling defensive effort to knock off visiting Lodi 40-39 in its season opener Tuesday.
By JONAMAR JACINTO
PATTERSON - All Brooke Riley and Jordan Vinson could think about was the shots they missed.
The road to the playoffs got a little longer for the East Union volleyball team Monday night, and the Lancers have Kimball's Samantha Sanders to thank for it.
RIPON - Ripon Christian finally met its match in the Southern League, and its impressive run of conference victories nearly met its end Monday night against pesky Turlock Christian.
There will be no more practice this season for the Ripon High freshman football team, because there is nobody left to beat.