Ninety years ago, on March 12, 1920, the San Joaquin-Stanislaus Counties baseball league has been formed and the first game will be played April 4. The plan outlined two weeks ago did not materialize so the new league will be composed of Manteca, Tracy, Newman, Modesto and Keyes. For the Manteca team, P. J. Peltier has been re-elected manager and C. L. Callendar has been chosen secretary. Manager Peltier spent three days this week in the bay cities getting next to some of the players who fell just short of the big league qualifications and has signed three for this ...
Another day, another high-profile award for Manteca native Chelsea Gray.
The Bassmaster TroKar Duel in the Delta has begun.
After six and a half years of puttering around great bass fishing grounds like a sophomore too scared to ask the senior he really likes to dance, I made a move to dance with bass.
If you are one of the many hunters who make the trip to Montana each year to hunt big game, there have been a few changes to the regulations that you need to be aware of.
Thirty years ago, on March 5, 1980, Manteca High's senior front line partners Fred Nelson and Mitch Crawford, along with East Union High jumping-jack Kelly Stewart, topped the list of selections to the annual all-Valley Oak League basketball team, which was chosen Tuesday night by the league's coaches in Modesto. Nelson, the 6-1 forward, carted off MVP honors after leading the VOL in scoring with an 18.5 average in 10 games. Crawford, a 6-5 center, made all-league for the second year in a row. Stewart, a Lancer junior, ranked among the league's rebounders and should be ...
I was listening to the radio the other day and the disc jockey was taking about UFO sightings and how there hasn't been too many new ones to have surfaced lately.
"Scholars have long known that fishing eventually turns men into philosophers. Unfortunately, it is almost impossible to buy decent tackle on a philosopher's salary," - Patrick McManus
The Clippers claimed the Manteca Parks and Recreation bantam boys division with a perfect record and the season-ending tournament championship.
The Manteca Area Soccer League's all-star under-10 girls and under-12 boys soccer teams claimed season-ending tournaments this past weekend.
Seventy years ago, on February 27, 1940, Manteca High School's Buffalo cagers won their first game of an elimination series for the championship of Central California on the local hardwoods when they handed Coach Sig Lien's Tracy High Bulldogs a 32-24 lacing. Sharp-shooting "Frenchy" Guisto, although having an off-night, snagged high scoring honors with 13 points. George Dadasovich, starting slowly in the first half, came through nicely in the clutch and scored 10.
Dezmin Ware stood out on both sides of the ball Sunday to lead the Manteca Jr. Buffaloes varsity to a 32-13 win over the host Merced Cougars in Cen-Cal action at Golden Valley High School.
Tarnot Singh helped keep the Manteca Jr. Timberwolves varsity undefeated in five games with an interception returned for a touchdown and a touchdown catch to lead Manteca to a 26-6 win over the Tracy Bulldogs in Delta Youth Football League action.
The Manteca Cowboys posted their fifth shutout Saturday with a 39-0 thumping of the Stagg Delta Kings in DYSA action at Dino Cunial Field.
Kyle Jacklich scored three touchdowns and five conversion kicks to lead the Ripon Knights varsity past the Tri-City Bulldogs 46-16 in Trans-Valley Youth Football action.
Ryan Dagget scored on offense and defense to lead the Ripon Chiefs varsity over the Waterford Sabercats 34-0 in Motherlode Valley Football League action on Saturday.
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The Ripon Chiefs handed the Hughson Huskies their first loss of the season Saturday with 12 fourth-quarter points for a 28-20 come-from-behind win Saturday in Motherlode Valley Football League action at Ripon High School.
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Kyle Jacklich and Nick Creighton each scored two touchdowns to lead the varsity Ripon Knights over the Salida Steelers 48-8 in Trans-Valley Youth Football League action Saturday at Ripon Christian High School.
Justin Mount made a game-saving interception on the road Saturday to give the varsity Manteca Cowboys a 14-12 win over the Modesto Rams in a battle of the DYSA unbeatens.
The Manteca Jaguars managed only 121 yards of offense in a 22-0 loss to the Modesto Broncos in Cen-Cal action Saturday at Daniel Teicheira Memorial Stadium.
The Manteca Jr. Timberwolves varsity remains undefeated in Delta Youth Football play after a 27-0 win over the Tracy Cougars on Saturday at Dino Cunial Field.
Turlock returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown and never trailed in a 24-12 varsity Cen-Cal win over the Manteca Jr. Buffaloes at Guss Schmiedt Field on Saturday night.
The Manteca Cowboys varsity racked up 26 first-half points on the way to a 43-0 DYSA win over the host Central Valley Panthers on Saturday in Modesto.
The Manteca Jr. Timberwolves varsity defeated the Hayward Monarchs 20-7 in Delta Youth Football action.