TRACY – Making it through an entire consolation bracket after a first-round tournament loss is one of the most challenging feats to pull off in all of sports.
TRACY - Chris Ah Yo set up Northgate's 3-1 victory over friendly rival Manteca with a run-scoring triple, a sequence that was punctuated by him scooting home on a throwing error, in the third inning during Friday's Little League District 67 Major Division All-Star Tournament winner's-bracket semifinal at Jefferson School.
Brian McAlister drilled a shot up the right field line that rolled all the way to the wall for a two-run triple in the bottom of the sixth Friday at Sierra High, giving the Spreckels Park Senior Division all-stars a lead they would not relinquish in a 7-4 win over Tracy.
Manteca High graduate and former Major League Baseball player Ken Huckaby will return home Aug. 3 and 4 for the No Errors Fundamental Camp hosted by Big League Dreams sports complex in Manteca.
TRACY - Spreckels Park Little League's 11-12-year-old all-stars are a win away from making it an all-Manteca party.
SALIDA - The Manteca 11-year-old all-stars fell to Salida Thursday, 9-1, but it wasn't for a lack effort.
News has surfaced of a possible new world record largemouth bass that was caught in Japan. Manabu Kurita, a 32-year-old Japanese bass fisherman, reportedly landed a largemouth bass that weighed 22 pounds, 5 ounces on July 2 at Lake Biwa. What makes this catch interesting is that although he has submitted it to the International Gamefish Association (IGFA), regulations for record fish weighing less than 25 pounds must weigh at least two ounces more than ...
The Manteca Area Soccer League will hold its 2009 Player Development Camp July 13 through 17 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Woodward Park soccer fields.
TRACY - When Chuck Good threw his 20th pitch, a second strike to Lathrop's Andy Garcia in the third inning, Manteca Little League major division all-star manager Aaron Peterson had a decision to make.
Gyse Hulsebosch was brilliant on the bump for the Northgate 9-10 all-stars Wednesday at Brock Elliott Elementary as the starter mowed down 11 Tracy American B batters in a 4-2 win.
On Saturday, the NASCAR Whelen All-American Western Late Models, Grand American Modifieds, ALSC/Street Stocks and the Bombers brought good old-fashioned stock car racing back to a crowd of nearly 3,700 at Stockton 99 Speedway.
MODESTO - Nine errors on top of several base-running mishaps aren't supposed to win ball games.
The Manteca and Spreckels Park 9-10 year-old all stars both picked up wins Tuesday evening at Brock Elliott School to move along in the consolation bracket of the District 67 All-Star Tournament.
Can you really blame me if my culinary choices for the Fourth of July weekend had a literal, Alaskan flavor?
SALIDA - The Weston Ranch Junior Division all-stars claimed the District 67 All-Star Tournament championship Saturday at Salida Elementary with a thrilling 16-12 come-from-behind win over Tracy National.
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.
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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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Manteca Cowboys president Eddie Lopez spouted all the usual superlatives to describe his opponent following a 41-27 loss on Saturday.