The Manteca Rangers under-12 boys soccer team captured the Neto Corona Shootout in fitting fashion over the weekend.
BOWLING Manteca Bowl & Family Fun Center LIGHTNING: Jedric Uganiza 95, Jordan Bates 111, Josh Maestretti 93. MAVERICKS: Adriana Guzman 90, Morgan Bates 121, Damien Martinez-Ruiz 152-135, Anthony Reis 137, Zach Hutchens 110, Andrew Pearson 126, Danny Santos 101, Solomon Stewart 117, Richard Paul III 227. BRING HOME THE BACON: Andrew Schneider 224-248/677, Nathan Bollengier 210-223, Kip Maier 237, Jesse Woodruff 206, Pat Baron 203, Jerome Carl 252, Jesse Morales 223, Mike Marshall 204, Mark ...
When the Manteca High football squad lost on the opening night of the Sac-Joaquin Section postseason on Nov. 20, 2009 against Casa Roble, 35-28, the squad's defensive captain Adam DeCosta didn't think he would ever play football again.
Matthew Trejo of the Ripon Sea Lions youth swimming squad put together a Michael Phelps-type performance during Saturday's Meet of Champions at the Roseville Aquatic Complex.
East Union standout Brooke Riley has been on a streak this summer. Riley won her fourth Junior Golf Association of Northern California summer tournament on Tuesday, capping the two-day Turlock Junior with a 150 at Turlock's Golf & Country Club for the girls' 12-17 division. It was her second JGANC victory in the last six days. "She won at Micke Grove on Sunday, and then she won (in Turlock) on Tuesday," said Dennis Wells, Riley's ...
Over the years, I've been surprised more than once by a fish willing to bite at the strangest moments.
Aiden Tijero is a local rarity in amateur motocross. The 11-year-old Ripon resident won the Loretta Lynn Amateur National Championship in the 65cc 10-11 limited division on Saturday. With the victory, Tijero also qualified for the 2013 FIM Junior Motocross World Championships in Jinin, Czech Republic which concludes on Sunday. Tijero was one of two U.S. motocross riders officially selected to compete in the 65cc division overseas. He received a personal invite from the American ...
David Zyski Jr. has made a name for himself. The 2003 East Union High graduate has already won state and national power-lifting titles under the United States Powerlifting Association, and he's also a world champion with the International Powerlifting League. Zyski Jr. recently took first in the USPA National Championships in Las Vegas in mid-July for the 275-pound open men's classic raw division. He lifted over 1,818 pounds, which was a total of his squat, ...
Three Manteca mixed martial artists added 'W's' to their résumés in Saturday's "Tactical Violence" show put on by Art of War Productions at Chicken Ranch Casino of Jamestown.
RIPON – Competitive roller hockey has been on the rise in the Central Valley. Two local AAU in-line skating squads competed in Huntington Beach at the Junior Olympics on July 18-21, when the Ripon Ravens' eight-and-under team took home a bronze medal, while the Verbero Swag 12-and-under team settled for a fourth-place finish. Both teams are based out of the Verbero Powerplay Sports Arena in Ripon. Five locals from the area were on the two ...
Tyler Wentworth and Shelby Kessler took home first-place medals after besting the competition Wednesday at the Manteca Park Golf Course's annual junior golf clinic.
Trevor Allen is flying in from Utah, and the Burke siblings have postponed packing for a few days.
East Union High 2013 graduate Kayla Lamont was one of four assistant coaches from Manteca present during this week's Ambassadors in Sport soccer camp sponsored by Crossroads Grace Community Church and hosted by Northgate Park.
Although Manteca native Scott Speed continues to struggle in NASCAR Sprint Cup with his underfunded Leavine Family Racing team, he has found success in Global Rallycross, which he began competing in earlier this season.
Six standouts from Manteca high schools played key roles in the Central Valley Monarcas Academy's second-place finish in the 3rd Annual do Campeonato July 13-14 at Cherry Island Soccer Complex in Sacramento.
Anna Arriola had a foot in almost half of the Fury onslaught this past Saturday, when the under-19 girls Manteca Area Soccer League squad thumped the Stockton Bulldogs, 10-2.
The Manteca Cowboys' rookie-team traveled out of town and put its perfect record against an out-of-division opponent this past Saturday.
The Manteca Junior Buffaloes bounced back from their only loss of the season with a simple formula on Saturday in a 46-8 victory over the Los Banos Wildcats.
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.