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.
Hunched over, Eric Reis pulled two of his strongest linemen out of the crowd and pointed to his back.
RIPON – Michael Ysit ran toward the corner, and it appeared as if he was going to pick up 4 or 5 yards before the defensive backs would catch up and force him out of bounds.
COLFAX - Sierra's season came down to the final play of its Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV opener Friday at Colfax.
SALIDA - The Ripon Christian Knights advanced in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division VI playoffs with a 50-20 opening win over visiting Stone Ridge Christian at Modesto Christian on Friday.
Friday night will mark the fifth time in six years that Sierra head coach Jeff Harbison and his football squad will make a Sac-Joaquin Section postseason appearance.
By JONAMAR JACINTO
Ja'Quan Gardner has had the attention of the Manteca High football team since the start of summer camp.
Three of the four Manteca Cowboys youth football teams survived the second round of the DYSA NorCal East Conference playoffs this past Saturday in Galt.
One streak ended, but the one that mattered more did not.
Sometimes you have to take a chance – and sometimes the chance pays off. Such was the case for the East Union freshman football team on Thursday.
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SONORA - Ripon coach Chris Musseman found a silver lining in having to play Grace Davis on Thursday night next week.
There isn't much that Gino Campiotti doesn't do.
STOCKTON - Weston Ranch is 3-0 once again.
Ripon Christian and Ripon are gearing up for two of the top small-school programs in Northern California.
Manteca ran up 30 consecutive first half points Saturday and coasted to a 50-12 thumping of Christian Brothers of Sacramento in non-league sophomore action at ...
Coach Miller would have been proud.
Manteca scored three defensive touchdowns Saturday in a 48-0 shellacking of Christian Brothers of Sacramento in non-league freshman football action at Guss Schmiedt Field.
Leave it to Mark Vicente to make things interesting.
CERES - Jack Weaver rolled right, twirled away from Ceres linebacker Andrew Rosien-Gibson and darted toward the left sideline.
RIPON - Two big plays by Stone Ridge Christian's Jonathan Collazo and a missed extra point by Ripon Christian proved to be the difference Friday ...
STOCKTON - The Cougars' defense rose to the occasion each time against the seemingly high-powered Edison offense on Friday.
LATHROP - Lathrop had defending Trans-Valley League co-champion Hilmar on the ropes late in the second quarter but could not deliver the knockout blow in a ...
GALT - Ripon head coach Chris Musseman was worried that a potential letdown was unfolding before his eyes.
RIPON – In the end, it came down to defense.
TRACY - In a sloppy season opener totaling eight turnovers and few offensive highlights, Lathrop running back Michael Ramos made the biggest play as the Spartans ...
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