The Delta Rebels traveled across town to Sierra High last Saturday to square off with the Manteca Chargers in their annual intra-city clash.
The two youngest squads for the Manteca Cowboys remain perfect in their first tour of the DYSA NorCal League.
Gino Campiotti tossed two touchdowns but the Manteca Junior Buffaloes couldn't match scores with the Oakdale Stampede in a 36-14 loss.
The under-19 girls Fury were able to salvage a tie thanks to Fabiola Magana's second-half goal in a 1-1 tie against Stockton.
The offensive line was the difference in the Manteca PeeWee Jaguars' shutout victory on Saturday afternoon.
East Union 2012 graduate Madison Meyer has earned a starting spot at Notre Dame de Namur in only her sophomore season.
No one has challenged the Valley Oak League's reigning girls champion so far, and as East Union nears the halfway point in the regular season it appears as if nobody will.
The Lathrop Lions won their first-ever contest at the Midgets Division this past Sunday, throttling the West Coast Jr. Eagles of Stockton 36-0 at Lathrop High.
Down five players, the shorthanded Fury girls of the Manteca Area Soccer League battled the stifling heat and Tuolumne's defense at Morada Soccer Fields in under-19 action last Saturday.
STOCKTON - Saturday night's NASCAR Whelen All American Racing Series program at the 99 Speedway, with twin mains in the premier Western Late Model and Grand American Modified divisions, produced plenty of exciting racing, seven different feature winners and a couple of very unhappy drivers.
Jordan Doyle accounted for most of the scoring in the Manteca Cowboys' 14-0 junior varsity win over the visiting Central Valley Panthers at East Union High this past Saturday. Drew Mount contributed two extra-point receptions.
ATWATER – Angel Garay accounted for two touchdowns, but couldn't save the Manteca Jaguars junior varsity team from defeat Saturday.
The under-19 girls Fury of the Manteca Area Soccer League are coming off two blowout victories.
The Manteca Jaguars put on offensive displays at every level en route to a sweep of the Livingston Wolves last weekend.
The Manteca Cowboys youth football organization swept for a second straight week in DYSA NorCal Youth Football League action, but it came easier this time around.
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By JONAMAR JACINTO
ELK GLOVE - The Manteca Cowboys rookies had just two hurdles to overcome on Saturday in the DYSA NorCal Super Bowl against the Tracy Buccaneers – hold on to the football, and stop Tracy running back Trevor Pope.
The Delta Rebels varsity team did everything it could defensively to stay in the game but score.
"Big, Bad Benfica" earned the respect of its peers and the adoration of an entire soccer community, just not the cup it chased for months.
Two area teams remain in the hunt for Delta Youth Football League titles.
By JONAMAR JACINTO
The Manteca Futbol Club will do more than host this weekend's under-9 State Cup championship rounds.
The Manteca Jr. Buffaloes' varsity youth football team opened up Cen-Cal postseason play on Saturday against the Turlock Vikings and eliminated them 38-8.
All four Manteca Cowboys teams are advancing to the second round of the DYSA NorCal playoffs.
Bulletin staff reports
The Manteca Cowboys capped the DYSA NorCal regular-season with three wins at the Lodi Grape Bowl.
The Ripon Chiefs junior varsity football team continued its string of shutouts with a 39-0 victory over Waterford in the opening round of the Mountain Valley Football League playoffs.
The Manteca Junior Buffaloes varsity team sharpened its teeth for this weekend's Battle of the Beasts with a 34-7 win over the Merced Bears.
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