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.
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
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Lania Taylor did not score a point for the East Union girls basketball team Friday night, but she helped steer the Valley Oak League championship ...
Go to any Sierra High baseball game, and you are likely to hear, "Let's get to the next batter," coming from the dugout. The ...
CHOWCHILLA – Attention Hollywood screenwriters.
SACRAMENTO (AP) - Justin Rice ran 19 times for 216 yards and two touchdowns as Central Catholic handed San Marino a 56-21 loss to win the ...
CHOWCHILLA – It was the sort of scenario every high school quarterback dreams of finding himself in.
CHOWCHILLA – Sierra's dynamic tandem of Mark Vicente and Mark Paule Jr. teamed up to lead a heart-stopping 88-yard, 11-play drive in the closing minutes ...
TRACY - Junior Ballard and the rest of the Lathrop boys basketball team aren't showing signs of wear yet.
Jeff Harbison's players have been a little too loose in practice for his liking.
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