RIPON - Cheyann Deprue said she took a conservative approach when Ripon teammate Kelsey Johnston set up the final play of the Indians' riveting Trans Valley League match with Escalon Tuesday.
Led by Freshman Erick Noriega's two-0goal effort, the Sierra varsity soccer team improved its Valley Oak League standing with a 10-0 victory over the Lathrop Spartans on Tuesday.
CERES - East Union head coach Julia Bylow thought her Lancers matched up well with Central Valley Tuesday.
OAKDALE – Even with the wind the East Union varsity girls manage to make things happen. Standout Jackie Ketner posted a match-best 3-over-par 39 on at Oakdale Country Club to help the Lancers remain unbeaten in Valley Oak League play this year with a 240-311 victory over Oakdale. Assisted by Jillian Goulart's 46, the pair of 51 marks recorded by Frances Telles and Tori Souza, and Heather Craft's 53, the Lancers took another step towards ...
RIPON - Having lost seven of its last eight outings (the other being a draw) to Escalon has Ripon coach Jamie DeBruyn convinced that his team is cursed against one of its biggest Trans Valley League rivals.
WESTON RANCH - East Union had five open looks at Weston Ranch's goal within the first 15 minutes of the second half but couldn't build on its 2-0 halftime cushion.
RIPON - Coming off a blowout loss to Bradshaw Christian in which the Knights surrendered huge yards on the ground, Ripon Christian entered Stouffer Field Saturday night determined not to let it happen again.
The Manteca High sophomore football team (2-1) closed out non-league play Friday with a 28-8 home loss to Enochs.
PATTERSON - Jayson Manuta was a man among boys Thursday in Patterson where the Sierra High freshman football team pounded the Tigers, 30-0.
The Buffaloes made it a night to remember. On the 50th anniversary to mark the dedication of Guss Schmiedt Field, Manteca High completely dominated Enochs in the non-league affair, 55-0. Coach Eric Reis credited the two previous teams for helping his Buffaloes (2-1) gear up for Valley Oak League. "Soquel and Tracy are both tough teams," he said. With that, Enochs (0-3) had the misfortunes of facing Manteca on this particular Friday. Offensively, the Buffaloes ...
It was a contest East Union was expected to control throughout and that's exactly what the Lancers did Friday night at Dino Cunial Field in a 37-7 thumping of first-year Lathrop.
It was like someone flipped a switch on the Sierra High football team at halftime. Despite leading 7-0 while trotting off of Daniel Teicheira Memorial Stadium, the Timberwolves looked anything but the flashy squad that made a huge impact in the Valley Oak League last season as they trotted into the locker room and emerged a completely different team – carried on the shoulders of workhorse back Jarrod Daniels who himself seemed completely re-energized upon ...
WESTON RANCH – Despite a 24-0 home loss to Tokay to finish off a 1-2 preseason, Weston Ranch head coach Mike Hale had a number of positives come out of Friday's contest that the Cougars can now build on heading into the Valley Oak League season.
RIPON - Ripon's defense was good for three quarters. Argonaut's defense was great for four. The visiting Mustangs held Ripon to just three first downs, two aided by penalties, and 19 yards of total offense while forcing four turnovers, three of them interceptions, in a 24-0 shutout Friday at Stouffer Field. The farthest Ripon got was the Argonaut 49-yard line on its first drive after holding the Mustangs to a three-and-out. While the final score ...
RIPON - Ripon High turned in a season-high total of 32 aces Thursday in a 3-0 sweep of Riverbank.
TRACY – Weston Ranch came out and played an inspired second half of football Friday in a 48-27 loss to Kimball.
Sierra High's Anna Cardenas defeated Christine Kim in the No. 1 singles encounter Thursday, but the Timberwolves couldn't put away other tightly-contested matches in a 7-2 defeat against second-place Oakdale.
Oakdale gave itself some breathing room in the Valley Oak League standings Thursday, warding off visiting Manteca 3-2 for the second time this season.
Sierra went from escaping with a disappointing one-goal win to breathing a sigh of relief that it remained a 1-1 tie with visiting Lathrop High on Thursday.
Ripon High's girls golf team put together its best round of the season Thursday, and just in time with the Valley Foothill League North Division Tournament looming.
For Weston Ranch to play its way back into the postseason hunt, it will have to avenge some of its losses from the first-half of Valley Oak League play.