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Sierra rolls past Weston Ranch
Mantecas Vincent Ferro (2) looks for a way through the East Union defense during Fridays sophomore game at Gus Schmiedt Field. - photo by HIME ROMERO/The Bulletin

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 East Union 1-yard line to set the tone for the Buffaloes 40-7 sophomore win at Guss Schmiedt Field. 

 Kobe Shipley scored his first of two rushing touchdowns following Rea’s long reception. Kyle Rachels had touchdown passes of 12 yards to Zack Chamberlin and 26 yards to Deandre Craft. Rachels had 94 yards rushing on just two scrambles and finished the season with 26 touchdown passes and only one interception. 

Mateo Fernandez, Isaac Maldonado, and Rayshon Dozier led the defense for Manteca (6-1 VOL, 9-1) that held the Lancers (3-4, 5-4-1) scoreless until Mason James scored on a 1-yard run in the fourth quarter. 

 James led the East Union offense with 16 carries for 102 yards. Jesse Anzar added 53 yards on six carries and Isaiah Sholund had 33 yards on seven carries.

Cruz Padilla had 12 tackles for the Lancers. Devonta Scott  and Nick Sims added eight stops apiece. 


Sierra 54,

Weston Ranch 0

 Damon Duran scored four touchdowns for the host Timberwolves (3-4, 4-5-1) at Daniel Teicheira memorial Stadium.

 Duran scored on runs of 3, 50 and 80 yards and on a 55-yard pass from J.P. Peterson. Kenny Wade pulled in a 30-yard scoring pass from Peterson, Josh Moore scored on a 50-yard run and David Reyes scored on punt returns of 40 and 50 yards.  

 Peterson, Jordan Black, Pablo Salcedo, Mathew Gomez, Johnny Hosmer and Arshnik Cheema led the Sierra defense.