RIPON – The relentless press that Ripon High's girls basketball team put on Hilmar Thursday night had dual purposes.
Now at full strength, Mariposa High's girls basketball team was ready to give Southern League Ripon Christian newcomer more of a fight in their rematch Thursday.
The Weston Ranch sophomore girls basketball squad handled its toughest test this Valley Oak League season, fighting off a resilient Manteca comeback in a 47-40 win Thursday in Stockton.
Manteca High's boys basketball team saved one of its best performances of the season Wednesday against crosstown rival Sierra.
Weston Ranch's boys basketball team showed why it can be both frustrating and exciting to watch during one of the most crucial, and yet most routine, sequences in an 81-75 victory at East Union Wednesday.
J.J. Ramirez and his second-year Lathrop High varsity boys basketball team are growing tired of moral victories.
WESTON RANCH – Both Lathrop and Sierra's wrestling program knew how close they were to earning a berth into the Sac-Joaquin Section Team Duals to open the postseason, but it was the Weston Ranch Cougars that proved to be the strongest team handling both clubs to earn the Valley Oak League's No. 2 spot.
Sierra High School's sophomore basketball team improved to 6-1 in the Valley Oak League with a 58-47 win against visiting Manteca on Wednesday.
Manteca High's wrestling team ended its Valley Oak League dual season on a positive note, beating crosstown rival East Union 45-36 Wednesday at Winter Gym.
WESTON RANCH – After one half of play there was little reason for the East Union Lancers to walk into the locker room with their heads up. The Lances floundered nearly every possession they held, they lacked any intensity and they had only mustered 12 points.
Save for the wrap on Sharon Washington's right wrist, Manteca High's girls basketball team showed no ill effects from its recent loss to crosstown rival East Union.
Lathrop High's girls basketball program finally got its first varsity victory in the Valley Oak League Tuesday, stunning host Oakdale, 41-38.
RIPON – After handing archrival Ripon High a double-digit loss in non-conference play Saturday, Ripon Christian head coach Ron Vander Molen was worried about a letdown in the Knights Southern League boys basketball matchup against Gustine Tuesday night.
East Union's sophomore girls basketball teamwas able to battle through the first quarter of play, but speed began to wear on the Lancers over time, falling in their Valley Oak League contest with Weston Ranch 41-22 Tuesday in Stockton.
20 years ago: January 19, 1991 - Opening VOL basketball play with a bang, the East Union High five cruised to an easy 71-57 win over visiting Ceres High Friday night. EU is now 16-3 overall on the season. The Lancers' Armando Avina showed why he was the VOL's co-MVP as a junior. He pumped in 25 points, including 11 in the second quarter, and sat out much of the final two periods. With five minutes to play in the game, Coach Bill Stricker cleared his bench. All 15 players who suited up for the game, played. Eric Simoni, whose ...
It was a freshman affair.
OAKDALE - Welcome back, Tyler Graves-Kelso.
An East Union graduate, Brett Lewis was just 20 years old when he took over as varsity head coach at his alma mater in 2009.
Ronaldo Tijero slugged a towering double to drive in Manteca's first run of the game and later prevented Oakdale from expanding its lead with ...
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The Manteca girls swim team put forth a strong showing in its first Valley Oak League meet of the season, winning every event en route ...
MODESTO - Manteca rebounded well from its first Valley Oak League loss and downed dangerous Central Catholic 7-2 on Tuesday.
LODI - Marco Gonzales had a rare off day from the pitcher's mound, but the East Union ace was supported by the team's best ...
Roll on you Buffs.
STOCKTON – Despite a sloppy field, Manteca managed three goals within six minutes midway through the first half and added three more in the second as ...
Ayala boasts a 33-3 record and is playing for the CIF state Division III title Thursday at Sleep Train Arena.
AMERICAN CANYON – How about that second half?
Experience proved to be the difference in Friday's first-place battle between Manteca and visiting Kimball, which came through in pressure-packed moments and escaped with ...
CERES - East Union's baseball team committed five errors and missed a big opportunity to put up a crooked number in the fifth inning of ...