Logan Jackson continues to make a splash in a sport where Buffalo don't often roam – diving.
A heavy thunderstorm brought rain, wind and even some hail on Friday, washing out the local sports calendar.
Joshua Patton had a goal in mind when he first stepped foot on the Sierra High campus as a freshman.
RIPON – March 22, 2005.
Jack Thomson believes he's found another arm to bolster Sierra's run at a Valley Oak League championship.
On the diamond, Dakota Conners hasn't made many errors in judgment or position.
The wall in Frank Fontana's classroom bears the images and years of championships past.
Kimball got redemption against Sierra on Wednesday during a rematch of last year's Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV championship.
MODESTO – One day after his pitching staff was burned by Beyer in a double-digit loss, Jon Manrique did what most do in emergency situations.
WOODLAND – In years past, John De Visser has played his cards close to his chest with Woodland Christian, refusing to throw his top pitchers against a perennial playoff team.
Oakdale kept its foot on the gas against the rest of the Valley Oak League after shutting out Lathrop 10-0 in a shortened five-inning contest.
The East Union girls varsity track squad came up shy of sweeping Wednesday's tri-meet against both Sonora and Sierra.
In post-game huddles at opposite ends of Agostini Field, the coaching staffs for the Manteca and East Union baseball teams delivered the same message.
Sierra came out the gates amped for senior night Tuesday and scored the game's first two goals in just 13 minutes against the defending Valley Oak League champion Kimball.
STOCKTON – Peyton Rose struck out seven and allowed just one runner to third Tuesday to lead Manteca to a 6-0 win over host Weston Ranch in Valley Oak League softball action.
Allie Walljasper is batting 1.000 when it comes to the Valley Oak League's MVP honor.
Manteca (24-3) cruised past two Sierra Valley Conference opponents, while Vista del Lago (26-5) held off challengers from the Valley Oak League in the first two rounds of the Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV playoffs.
There's Joe Menzel, arms pointed to the sky, clutching the game ball.
Neil MacDannald isn't ready to name a starter for Monday's Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV championship.
TURLOCK - The Sierra boys track team won the Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV track and field championship Thursday at Warriors Stadium, but the Timberwolves accomplished the feat without winning a gold medal.