They bumped, they bruised and they rolled all over the visiting Sonora Wildcats in a 44-14 blowout for the Sierra High freshman football team in recent Valley Oak League action.
The game that unfolded at Guss Schmiedt Field Friday night was anything but pretty.
RIPON – Chalk up a satisfying Trans Valley League victory for the Indians.
SONORA - Needing a win to have a realistic shot at the playoffs, Sierra saw a fourth-quarter lead evaporate Friday against host Sonora, as the Wildcats downed the Timberwolves 51-37 in Valley Oak League action at Dunlavey Field.
DELHI - Ripon Christian scored three touchdowns in the fourth quarter to break open a close game and defeat Delhi 35-7 in Southern League action Friday.
TRACY - Two of the Valley Oak League's top young quarterbacks were supposed to square off at Don Nicholson Stadium Friday in a battle of two 1-6 squads.
Manteca High's football team is the only one representing seven area schools to have clinched a Sac-Joaquin Section playoff berth so far.
One down, three to go.
After a defensive battle in the first half, a kickoff return ignited a back-and-forth scoring barrage in Manteca High's 26-20 sophomore victory over Sonora Friday.
HUGHSON - Ripon scored 28 first-half points before host Hughson even got on the board, and the Indians rode the hot hand of Kyle Wengel to a 34-12 Trans-Valley League.
Tyler Clark came through with the big stop for Sierra High Friday against Kimball.
East Union could have looked at the opening kickoff of its game against unbeaten Valley Oak League powerhouse Oakdale Friday night one of two ways.
LATHROP - Donnell Simms ran for more than 200 yards, and Tremain Buntan also eclipsed the century mark to lead Weston Ranch to a 42-14 Valley Oak League over host Lathrop on Friday night.
Will he or won't he play?
RIPON - Fake point-after kicks, wildcat formations, pre-snap shifts and halfback tosses.
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RIPON - Ripon Christian rolled up 478 yards of offense to just 139 for Golden Sierra-Garden Valley as the Knights scored in every quarter to pummel ...
LATHROP - Diego Chavez has been part of more wins in one season than his older brothers in three combined.
In a battle for the Valley Oak League championship, Dezmin Ware raced for three East Union touchdowns and the Lancers held off a late charge ...
Manteca's Matt Ender hit Ben Rea for a 76-yard completion on the third play of the game to get to the ball to the ...
It took Manteca High School less than 15 seconds to score the first touchdown of its annual rivalry game with East Union Friday night Guss ...
LATHROP - The Lathrop High Spartans are going to the playoffs.
HUGHSON – For the second week in a row the Ripon Indians played a game that came down to the wire.
Three are in, and three others are on the cusp of a Sac-Joaquin Section playoff berth.
SHARON SPRINGS, Kan. (AP) - A Kansas high school football player who collapsed on the sideline during a game died Wednesday after being taken off of ...
Eleven carries for 167 yards with two touchdowns is not a bad outing for a quarterback. But it is an even better half.
Damon Duran scored two touchdowns for Sierra in a 33-8 win over Lathrop in Valley Oak League sophomore action at Daniel Teicheira Memorial Stadium.
MARIPOSA – At first it looked like it was going to be another Southern League slugfest.
East Union had the tough task at hand Friday against Central Catholic.
Lathrop High posted its biggest win ever in the short history of the program, edging out Sierra on Friday, 37-35.
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