WESTON RANCH - Anything can happen in baseball tournaments, but one thing is for certain: Spreckels Park will be represented in the championship round of the junior division District 67 Tournament of Champions.
Ripon High head coach Rod Wright, varsity assistant coach Kevin Bergman and Ripon freshman head coach Danny Moulyn worked with advanced-skill campers Wednesday during the third day of the Ripon High Basketball Camp.
There was some unexpected intrigue for last Saturday's Western Late Model feature at the New Stockton 99 Speedway.
Pitching depth is essential for teams to make it out of the consolation bracket, and Manteca Little League's major division A's proved on Tuesday that they have no shortage of arms in their 6-1 victory over the Lathrop Giants at Neil Hafley School.
Before I was even 200 kilometers from the Skeena River, I knew fishing would be tough. Everything draining into it was rich and roaring. The Skeena would be a torrent. I was right, but I made myself a sandwich and waded out a couple feet to toss in the biggest fly in my box anyway. To my right was the slowly decomposing carcass of a beautifully (even in death) colored steelhead. The red went almost ...
WESTON RANCH – The District 67 Junior Division Tournament of Champions kicked off Saturday at Paul Weston Park with a quadruple header.
East Union High hosted a basketball camp Thursday at Dalben Center. The three-day camp, which ended Thursday, drew over 60 boys and girls after not being held last year.
This time of year, I'm usually hoping for a cooler day as 100-degree temperatures have traditionally become the norm.
Highlighted by Brandon Elliott's inside-the-park home run, a spectacular diving catch from Kevin Peck and Danny Gouveia's complete game, the first-place Athletics moved to 10-2 on the season with a 6-5 win over the Twins Thursday at Sierra High. The Manteca Babe Ruth 14-15-year-old division resumes play Saturday at Manteca High when the A's meet the third-place Giants. The top three teams, the A's, Dodgers and Giants, are currently separated by just a game and ...
Last season, after incurring a flat tire, Escalon's Eric Holmes was somehow able to claw his way back through the field to earn a hard fought, come-from-behind victory on the tight confines of the.375-mile bullring at Douglas County Speedway in Roseburg, Ore. This year, the defending NASCAR Camping World Series West champion followed a much easier path by jumping out in front and staying there for all 150 laps to win last Saturday's Toyota/Bi-Mart 150 presented by NAPA.
Alex Garcia is 65 pounds worth of proof that perseverance pays off. The 11-year-old from Lathrop and nephew of former Manteca High standouts Vince and Benny Garcia steadily improved on the wrestling mat all season, and it culminated into an impressive second-place finish in the Dave Schultz Kids Freestyle State Tournament at Selland Arena in Fresno this past weekend. The youngest of Garcia grapplers had to get by two combatants he previously had trouble with ...
The Red Sox beat the Angels, 12-6, Tuesday at Gillen Field to claim the Northgate Little League Minors Division championship.
For a split second I was on Mars. There were noises. I was in some sort of cocoon, simultaneously hot and cold. I was in my tent, in the back of my truck 25 miles north of the Washington border. Things like that happen when you spend over 11 hours driving over a 13-hour period with only a few stops for gas and to poke rivers with hooks. My trip to Alaska started as one ...
The Athletics knocked off the White Sox Saturday at Lincoln Park to claim the Manteca Little League Majors Division championship.
The Manteca Little League Minors Division Angels swept the A's May 18 and 20 in the championship series to claim the crown.
Manteca Cowboys president Eddie Lopez spouted all the usual superlatives to describe his opponent following a 41-27 loss on Saturday.
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.