Fishing after a storm sometimes can turn the bite on.
Seven Mantecans were a part of a Northern California all-star team that competed in the Legends Cup in Chino Hills this past weekend.
The cool air, choppy water and grey skies were befitting.
Most resolutions are stupid, especially ones that fish make about not biting the Montana Special.
January is the month for boat shows.
Last year I resolved to be anti-gear, not because it was the time of year where people lie to themselves about making changes, but because it happened to coincide with a .44 magnum and 12-gauge shotgun, among other things that go boom, all that cost money.
While speaking to a lot of close friends and relatives, they all pretty much can't wait for the New Year to come.
Santa's last name is Hernandez.
Thirty years ago, on December 27, 1979, junior forward Kelly Stewart buried a short jumper with just :03 left to power East Union High's basketball team to a dramatic 46-45 upset victory over previously unbeaten Turlock High in an opening round contest in the 10th annual Oakdale Rotary Holiday Classic at Oakdale High. Stewart led Coach Bill Stricker's EU five with 14 points, while Keith Windham added 13 more. It was Turlock's first loss in 10 outings.
I've been hearing a lot about anglers fishing with barbless hooks.
SACRAMENTO - After a season that put the Manteca Futbol Club's girls under-11 Red Devils team against some of the best teams from all over Northern California, the Red Devils closed out the Norcal State Cup Championship games with a 4-3 victory over the Sacramento United for the championship cup.
My dreams are usually mindless and make about as much sense as Axe commercials.
MORGAN HILL - The Manteca Area Soccer League won its first and only Founders' Cup championship in 1999.
20 years ago: December 16, 1989: East Union High, playing against Beyer High, a team with players 6-5 and 7-0, took the Patriots into overtime before losing 58-56 last night. Armando Avina tried to keep the Lancers in the game with 23 points, including all four EU counters in overtime.
• BRING HOME THE BACON: Sokha Mao 212-223-247/682, Shedrick Bryant 247, Mike Marshall 201, Patrick Dean 221, Charlie Parde 203-210, Dennis Pine 267, Brenda Pine 156/413, Jerome Carl 226, Jeff Spohn 218, Jeremy Puhlman 207, Mike Huntington 202, Pat Baron 202, Tony Long 200, Stan Rodgers 185/506, Geri Butler 196/499, Inga Perryman 183/413
Alpine Meadows - Mon 6:39 am MG machine groomed 34-67 base 75 of 100 trails 75% open, 10 of 13 lifts, sm Mon-Fri: 9a-4p Sat/Sun: 9a-4p
The Woodward Mustangs pulled off yet another sweep of the Manteca Unified Student Trust basketball championships last week at Stella Brockman.
Alpine Meadows - Mon 6:26 am packed powder machine groomed 28-54 base 69 of 100 trails 69% open, 11 of 13 lifts, sm Mon-Fri: 9a-4p Sat/Sun: 9a-4p
LIGHTNING: Sean Frye 88, Nicholas Torrano 78
Alpine Meadows - Mon 6:44 am packed powder machine groomed 29-65 base 50 of 100 trails 50% open, 13 of 13 lifts, sm Mon-Fri: 9a-4pp; Sat/Sun: 9a-4p
What a day to remember for the Benfica girls of Manteca Futbol Club.
Nick and Joe Luna III have arguably put in more time on the mat than any other youth in the area.
Alpine Meadows - Mon 7:17 am powder machine groomed 31-71 base 30 of 100 trails 30% open, 9 of 13 lifts, sm Mon-Fri: 9a-4p Sat/Sun: 9a-4p
Sierra High's entire student cheering section showed up to Dalben Center Friday and rushed midcourt following a Valley Oak League victory against cross-town rival East Union.
Alpine Meadows - Mon 7:45 am packed powder machine groomed 25 - 32 base 30 of 100 trails 30% open, 7 of 13 lifts, sm Mon-Fri: 9a-4p; Sat/Sun: 9a-4p;
Getting a license to compete in the Monster Energy American Motorcyclist Association Supercross tour is one thing.