It did not take the Sierra Timberwolves long to get their baseball season off and running, breaking out for a seven-run third inning to race past Livingston High 16-0 in the season opener for both clubs.
The Weston Ranch Cougars did not waste any time getting things going against McNair High, handling the Eagles in mercy-rule fashion in a season-opening 11-1 win Friday.
Sierra High advanced to the Sac-Joaquin Section Division III semifinals after surviving a tough, grind-it-out win over Los Banos on Friday.
RIPON - Ripon Christian's boys basketball team reaped the benefits of having a first-round bye in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division V playoffs, taking the opportunity to both rest and scout the competition.
The thought of Ripon and Riverbank meeting in a Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV semifinal would have been unfathomable at the start of the season.
STOCKTON - Trevor Smith came to Day 2 of the Sac-Joaquin Section Masters Tournament with business to handle.
For Julianna Triplett, the road is looking somewhat familiar.
Shalane Jackson and the rest of the East Union girls basketball team went out with a bang Thursday.
STOCKTON - Two wins.
SALIDA – Manteca opened the fourth quarter trailing by 10, but the Buffaloes responded, to put themselves in position for the upset and a chance to cut the lead to two. The five-point deficit would be as close as they'd get in a 58-49 loss Thursday.
RIPON - Teagan Manus helped Ripon Christian High to a second round Sac-Joaquin Section Division V win Thursday over feisty No. 6 Foresthill.
RIPON - Cole Herrin has been Mr. Reliable from the foul line for Ripon High.
Sierra High made it 24 straight wins on Wednesday.
WESTON RANCH – Even when everything finally lined up for Weston Ranch, Vista del Lago senior Patrick Lowman found a way to ruin the moment. Lowman converted two of three free throws with less than 30 seconds remaining to help Vista pull off the 72-71 Sac-Joaquin Section Division III upset Wednesday.
East Union was able to play Lancer ball through the game's first three quarters, but depth, or lack thereof, proved to be too steep a challenge in East Union's 64-47 playoff loss at Lindhurst Wednesday.
Sierra accomplished almost all that it wanted to for three quarters against Junior Ballard and visiting Lathrop on Thursday.
MODESTO - East Union's boys basketball team followed one of its worst efforts of the season with its best.
LATHROP - After allowing its previous opponent to shoot 33 free throws in a loss, Lathrop's girls basketball team made it a point to scale ...
East Union High remains in the thick in the Valley Oak League race.
Rhiannon Genilla can make lemonade out of lemons.
Manteca High's Loretta Kakala was one of hundreds of nominees watching the 40th Annual McDonald's All-American Game selection show Sunday evening on ESPNU ...
It is good to have a Tydus in your tank.
East Union needed just 15 seconds to test Sierra freshman goalkeeper Michaela Bitle, who was filling in for ailing starter Callie Crain (shoulder) in Tuesday ...
NEWMAN - The Southern League-leading Ripon Christian girls soccer team got untracked early and often in its 5-0 drubbing of Orestimba on Tuesday.
RIPON - Ripon came out on the winning end of what coach Rod Wright described as a "turnover fest" Tuesday, trouncing always-dangerous Riverbank 75-59 to remain ...
STOCKTON - Weston Ranch looked every bit of that up-and-coming young team on Tuesday.
Manteca was able to accomplish much of what it wanted to in Monday's vital Valley Oak League clash at Sierra's Daniel Teicheira Memorial ...
MORAGA - One of Manteca's shortest players stood tall Monday during the 20th annual MaxPreps/De La Salle Martin Luther King Jr. Classic at St ...
LATHROP - Jim Agostini knew there would be nights like this.
It is tough to keep a good person down – no matter how much you push, pull or grab trying to do so.