Ripon High's girls basketball team posted its third straight victory decided by at least 20 points, and fourth overall, with a 62-21 pummeling of first-year varsity Kimball at home Monday.
The East Union and Ripon High girls' basketball teams will battle for more than just a non-league victory when they square off for the fifth straight year next Saturday at Dalben Center.
STOCKTON – Weston Ranch finished the day 3-2 Saturday and brought home the Division 3 first-place trophy in its own Cougar Duals.
The Ripon Christian girls basketball team had one focus when they came into the Lady Huskies Tournament title game Saturday, and the squad was able to accomplish that task with a 51-47 win over host Hughson for the preseason tournament title.
The Ripon High basketball team found itself up against one of the storied Bay Area high school basketball programs, but the Indians were up for the challenge in a 40-37 win over Skyline High Saturday in the consolation final of the Granada Tournament.
With time running out the East Union sophomore Lancers were able to hoist one last shot up at the buzzer, but the miracle didn't happen in the Lancers' 35-32 December Madness Tournament Championship on Saturday.
Sierra High opened the fourth quarter clinching a one-point lead, but by the time Eddie Andrade was finished the Timberwolves had their first home victory intact, riding Andrade's three fourth quarter 3-pointers to a 57-49 victory.
Weston Ranch High's boys basketball team whipped the defending Sac-Joaquin Section Division V champion, Victory Christian of Carmichael, 75-54 Friday in the semifinal round of the Bradshaw Christian Holiday Jamboree in Sacramento.
Alysia Atkins poured in 12 of her game-high 14 points to help Sierra High's girls basketball team coast past Bret Harte 45-20 in Lodi Tournament action Friday.
STOCKTON - The erratic shooting and rebounding woes that led to Weston Ranch's seven-point halftime deficit to the Edison Vikings, turned into the strengths that carried the Cougars to a come-from-behind 52-47 victory in the opening matchup of the 33rd Annual Stagg Delta Queen Tournament.
STOCKTON - Manteca High stumbled in the tournament opener of the McDonald's Edison Classic, falling to San Joaquin Memorial of Fresno on Thursday, 69-50.
Ripon Christian held a slim six-point halftime lead, but used a 16 point third quarter to cruise past the Kimball Jaguars 46-31 Thursday in the opening round of the Hughson Tournament.
Weston Ranch was able to erase a six-point halftime deficit, outscoring host Bradshaw Christian down the stretch for a 68-64 win Thursday in the first round of the Bradshaw Christian Tournament.
For it to be the opening stages of the wrestling season, the East Union Lancers came out with the intensity of a squad with postseason aspirations, taking care of Edison High with three pins in a 54-30 dual match win Wednesday at the Dalben Center.
Sierra High made the trip north to take on the Tokay Tigers and outstanding defensive play helped the Timberwolves return victorious, holding the Tigers in check on their home court in a 48-38 win over Tokay Wednesday in preseason action.
STOCKTON – Carlos Drain, Jordan Severin and Josh Dilg strung three hits in a row together in the top of the seventh inning for Weston Ranch ...
It is tough to go out a winner.
SALIDA - The Ripon High Indians had a tough time Thursday containing Modesto Christian's Carsyn Hoogendoorn.
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TRACY -The East Union Lancers improved to 3-0 in Valley Oak League play with an 11-1 victory at Kimball on Thursday.
Clayton Dorland may be the No. 6 player for the East Union High Lancers.
The Sierra High Timberwolves swept host Lathrop at Thursday's Valley Oak League meet.
The Sierra girls track team came close to threatening Oakdale's decade-long reign in the Valley Oak League but ended up on the losing end ...
RIPON - Two-out errors can be costly, and Hughson found that out the hard way Thursday.
TRACY - Lathrop sophomore Christian Guzman shot a 1-over 37 at Old River Golf Course on Wednesday, but it wasn't enough for the Spartans as ...
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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