Ripon Christian senior Andrew Brown pieced together a historic season that came to a heart-breaking end in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division VI championship game at Lodi's Grape Bowl on Saturday.
Brandon Dabney hopes to be the speed bump that slows down the lightningrod receiver nicknamed "Wheels."
Andrew Brown scored eight touchdowns as a freshman on Ripon Christian's sophomore team in 2010.
Manteca High's football team is playing a 14th game for the first time ever.
LODI – Normally, the team that maintains its composure is the one that wins the big game. Such was not the case Saturday.
LODI – Billy Marr's final pass of his junior season was a little high to the left sideline.
Strength trumped speed Friday at Guss Schmiedt Field.
MODESTO – For the second straight year, Ripon High had its season end at the hands of Central Catholic.
Ripon Christian's first-year defensive coordinator Eddie Erdelatz has coaching in his ancestry.
Ripon Christian has reached the pinnacle of success for its 10th-year varsity football program under first-year head coach Randy Fasani.
Alex Laurel jumped over the goal line, splitting two defenders on the way to his fourth touchdown of the evening.
RIPON – Michael Ysit sat on the bench on Ripon's sideline and caught his breath.
WOODLAND – Andrew Brown only needed 117 yards to capture this year's Sac-Joaquin Section rushing title during Friday night's semifinal matchup against Woodland Christian.
Was it an aberration?
Upon further review, Manteca High's wild 69-55 win over Central Valley in the first round of the Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs was one for the ages.
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Friday night will be a homecoming of sorts for Manteca High senior Joel Olmos.
Undefeated Northern Section powerhouse Sutter (13-0), Central Section Division II champion Sanger (13-0) and perennial Santa Rosa-based contender Cardinal Newman (12-1) were thought to be ...
STOCKTON - Everyone gets knocked down.
Placer coach Joey Montoya knows what his team is up against on Saturday.
Thanksgiving came a day early for the Buffaloes.
Jeff Harbison's last game as Sierra head football coach may have been a loss, but he'll be remembered for the many firsts the ...
Tyler Welch raised his arms above his head with palms facing down.
The Manteca High defense can look forward to an early Thanksgiving.
Eric Reis got a firsthand look at his team's next opponent last week in the opening round of the Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV playoffs.
SACRAMENTO - Fifth-seeded Ripon ran into a buzz saw Friday in the form of No. 4 Capital Christian of Sacramento and was eliminated from the Sac-Joaquin ...
SACRAMENTO - Despite Friday's 56-7 loss at No. 4-seeded Capital Christian High in the opening round of the Sac-Joaquin Section Division V playoffs, Ripon remained ...
Gino Campiotti spent most of the week studying film on Dixon.
There will not be a repeat Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV football champion this year.
FAIR OAKS - Del Campo won the game, but the night belonged to East Union's Vinny Torrice.
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