RIPON- Hughson hadn't scored a goal against Ripon in two seasons entering a meaningless late-season Trans Valley League tilt at Mistlin Park Wednesday.
WESTON RANCH - Manteca wrapped up a textbook 16-3 win over Weston Ranch Wednesday with a seven-spot in the fifth inning.
RIPON - Zach Evans plated Ripon's first run with a leadoff homer in the sixth.
Kelsey Emmerson was fantastic for the East Union sophomore softball team in a double-header sweep Wednesday at Northgate Park.
Curtiss May couldn't have pitched much better for Manteca in a 10-1 loss Tuesday.
Playing a home match on the road once again, Sierra fell to the Buffaloes, 5-0, Tuesday afternoon at Manteca High.
SONORA - Sierra has reason to celebrate.
CERES - Jode Johnson hit a walk-off three-run blast Tuesday at Ceres High, where the second-place Bulldogs stunned Valley Oak League frontrunner East Union, 8-6.
LA GRANGE - Chris Musseman can't help but run the "what ifs" through his mind after his Ripon Indians won the second Trans Valley League Tournament Tuesday at Lake Don Pedro Golf and Country Club.
East Union took out a frustrating week against Sonora with a 15-3 pounding of Ceres Tuesday at Agostini Field.
CERES - Jared Twomey got it done on both sides of the ball Tuesday in Ceres, as the Sierra sophomore baseball team tripped up Central Valley, 9-5.
Sierra High head coach Dave Breitenbucher gathered the troops near rival East Union's pool to make one last announcement.
There's a reason half of East Union's roster was on hand Friday at Sierra High to witness the Timberwolves saddle Oakdale with another 1-0 loss.
HUGHSON – Copperfield?
SONORA - Sonora got its revenge.
TRACY - Failing to execute the little things loomed large Monday in Lathrop's Valley Oak League opener against host Kimball at West High.
Two three-year varsity players from Ripon High's girls basketball team were named to the All-Trans Valley League team.
It wasn't a matter of if but when Ripon Christian was going to bust loose against winless Turlock Christian in a Southern League match Monday.
Manteca High athletic director Dave Smith announced last Friday that the school's varsity boys and girls basketball coaches have stepped down.
East Union's Cherish Burks hit the fifth pitch of the game over Manteca's left-field fence for a leadoff home run, setting the tone for a 12-1 Valley Oak League victory on Friday.
Scott Tolman broke a school record and turned in two Sac-Joaquin Section-qualifying times for the frosh-soph trials to help Sierra's boys edge host Manteca 88-84 in Friday's Valley Oak League opener for both rival schools.
One sweet goal from Jessica Carmona and a pivotal save on a penalty kick by Samantha Brooks were two big plays that lifted Ripon past host Riverbank 3-0 in a Trans-Valley League girls soccer win Friday.
East Union ended its pre-league schedule the same way it started it, with a frustrating one-run, extra-inning loss.
The Buffaloes' tennis squad has dominated other Manteca Unified School District programs in recent history.
Manteca fielded the younger team for a Valley Oak League match at Lathrop on Thursday, but it was the visiting Buffaloes who played like the more experienced club.
Gabe Chavez kept the East Union baseball squad in the game with superb dealing from the bump Thursday.
Ripon junior Nick Sharp was 4-under going into the ninth hole at Stevinson Ranch during Thursday's Trans Valley League showdown against Hilmar (4-3).
East Union made what was supposed to be a challenging week of Valley Oak League matches look easy, capping it off with Thursday's 5-1 domination of defending champion Kimball in Tracy.
One swing of the bat was all it took for Oakdale.
East Union freshman Alexis Erich not only delivered a stout performance from the circle on Wednesday, but she also blasted a solo home run as the Lancers extended their unbeaten streak to eight after a 6-2 Valley Oak League victory on the road against Kimball.