SACRAMENTO - Sierra High's boys basketball team got beat at its own game in its biggest game of the season.
FRESNO - Wins don't come easy at the California Interscholastic Federation State Wrestling Championships, especially in pivotal championship round matches with state medals on the line.
RIPON – The East Union girls varsity soccer team topped Ripon High Friday at Stouffer Field, 5-0.
The Manteca High girls varsity soccer squad prides itself on defense.
RIPON – Ripon High took advantage of everything the Lathrop Spartans gave them, capitalizing on several late-game Lathrop miscues in a 9-7 preseason victory for the Indians Friday.
East Union starter Jordan Kron got himself into a jam early, but was able to settle down and regain composure and turn in four solid innings only the damage was done. The Lancers could not fight back from a three-run deficit, falling to Lodi 5-3 Friday at Tony Zupo Field in Lodi.
The Manteca Buffaloes are trying to get better as a team, and for them that means competing in one of the state's most competitive tournaments in the California High School Tennis Classic.
Even in defeat, Ripon High's boys basketball team walked out of the Modesto Christian gym in Salida with new-found swagger back on Feb. 10.
The all-Valley Oak League major awards were fittingly split between the co-championship girls basketball teams.
Manteca High alumnus Paul Lyons IV was the runner-up finisher in the 60-meter dash during the Big Sky Conference Indoor Track & Field Championships last Saturday at Walkup Skydome (Flagstaff, Ariz.), and it was a close second.
East Union's baseball team routed first-year varsity Gregori 13-3 in a mercy-shortened nonleague affair in Salida. The win moves the Lancers to 3-0.
Eleven years to the day, head coach Scott Thomason and Sierra High's boys basketball team will return to Power Balance Pavilion Friday to play top-seeded Foothill of Sacramento for the Sac-Joaquin Section Division-III championship
GALT - Halie Bergman poured in 31 points to lead Turlock Christian past rival Ripon Christian during Wednesday's Sac-Joaquin Section Division V semifinal clash at Warriors Gymnasium.
LODI - For the second time in school history, Ripon High is one win from a Sac-Joaquin Section boys basketball title.
GALT - The Ripon Christian Knights had their hopes of reaching the Sac-Joaquin Section Division V finals derailed by Central Catholic on Wednesday.
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 ...
Mikayla Bongi utilized her stellar East Union defense to get out of two late-inning jams Friday on the way to a 2-0 non-league softball victory ...
Manteca High's girls soccer team reworked its schedule this week as it looks to make its final tune-ups before the start of the competitive ...
LATHROP - When you rap out 15 hits and draw eight walks in just four innings, you probably will not need good pitching to win a ...
Oakdale visited Manteca Park Golf Course on Thursday and tallied two Valley Oak League wins in one shot.
What is a historic season for Manteca is considered a "down year" for Bishop O'Dowd.
GALT - With a strong mix of underclassmen and varsity veterans, Sierra is ready to return among the ranks of the Valley Oak League's elite ...
OAKDALE - Ripon rebounded from its Trans-Valley League-opening loss in a big way, topping host Escalon 210-222 at Oakdale Golf & Country Club on Wednesday.
East Union outpointed rival Sierra 8-1 at the Manteca Regional Tennis Center on Wednesday, but it far more competitive than the final score indicates.
Sam Rohovit has all the physical tools to play catcher.
RIPON - Lathrop got only four balls out of the infield Wednesday in its road game with Ripon, and three went to Andrew Durrer in right ...
Brett Lewis clapped, picked up the game ball and joined his players for the traditional postgame handshake.