The Sierra and Weston Ranch girls golf teams capped the first half of the Valley Oak League season playing against each other last Thursday and teed off the second half on Monday.
The Lathrop sophomore football hung with the Indians on Ripon High's homecoming night but couldn't keep up with their balanced rushing attack in a 28-7 loss last Friday.
RIPON – Technically, the Cannon Club's first blast came after Michael Ysit crossed the goal line just 15 seconds into the game.
Modesto Christian can do plenty with what little it has.
SALIDA – Ripon Christian's run defense was as stingy as could be Friday night under the lights at Modesto Christian High.
STOCKTON – Seth Davis was thrilled to get that first victory as the Weston Ranch head coach.
LATHROP – Often times, game films are like paintings.
RIPON – With a punishing running style and deceptive speed, Michael Ysit plays with the destructive force of a bowling ball.
East Union (1-1) caps its nonleague schedule this Friday at Dino Cunial Field where it will face its stiffest test so far in Modesto Christian (2-1).
Manteca High's sophomores racked up more than 500 total offensive yards and rolled to a 40-0 win over host Los Banos on Friday night in non-league play. It was Manteca's first shutout of the season.
The East Union freshmen did not give up a score until late in the game Thursday and crushed visiting El Capitan-Merced 39-7 in non-league play at Dino Cunial Field..
RIPON – Michael Ysit doesn't run in an offense that affords him the opportunity to touch the ball 30 times every game.
A game played primarily in the hands of its quarterbacks was decided by the foot of Joshua Gonzalez.
LOS BANOS - Joe Menzel's Colin Kaepernick impersonation wasn't pretty. Nor did it count.
SACRAMENTO – Lathrop threw punches with Capital Christian for four quarters Friday night.
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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.
Manteca is presumed to be the 2016 Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV champion, and the postseason doesn't kick off until 7 o'clock tonight.
Sierra has familiar company in Division IV.
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