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EU, Buffs, Sierra, Ripon all score wins
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East Unions Anthony Contreras is pulled down after a 32-yard reception against Kimball in a 57-0 win for the Lancers on Thursday at Dino Cunial Field. - photo by DAVE CAMPBELL /The Bulletin

Tealen Gaines set up East Union’s first touchdown, scored its last and added one more in the middle as the Lancers demolished visiting Kimball 57-0 on Thursday in Valley Oak League freshman action at Dino Cunial Field. 

A Gaines interception on the game’s first play set up Dezmin Ware’s 22-yard touchdown run. Gaines capped the scoring with a 16-yard run and added a 7-yard score following Ware’s touchdown. 

JoJo Espinosa had a 7-yard touchdown run and a touchdown throw of 67 yards to Anthony Contreras.

Trinidad Diaz had touchdown throws of 25 yards to Tyres Harper and 34 yards to Levi Huffman. Angel Rios set up his 25-yard touchdown run when he intercepted a pass two plays earlier. 

Spencer Oberman, Gabrial Herrera, Santiago Sanchez, Jose Alaniz, Joseph Bender and Anthony Anaya anchored the offensive line for the Lancers (5-0 VOL, 8-0). Andrew Mount, Warren McGovern, Alex Alexander, Tomas Cann, Anthony Anaya, Huffman and Marquise Higgins led the East Union defense to its sixth shutout this season with Higgins and Huffman combining for a safety.


Manteca 34, Lathrop 0

Nick Creighton returned the opening kickoff 68 yards for a Buffaloes touchdown and the rout was on for visiting Manteca (5-0, 7-1) at Bennie Gatto Field. 

Chris Ortiz had 105 yards on 11 carries with 1- and 67-yard touchdown runs.  

 J’bari Wilson (eight carries, 34 yards) had a 1-yard touchdown run and Jorge Cedano (4 of 7 passing, 52 yards) hit Alex Gouveia with a 25-yard touchdown pass. A.J. Martinez had 52 yards on 10 carries and Tarnot Singh made a 14-yard catch. 

 Martinez (interception) and Tyler Brintley led the Buffaloes defense with six tackles apiece. Dayvion Mayes (forced fumble), Nick Creighton and Austin Kivilahti added four stops apiece and Jeremiah Nagy made an interception.


Sierra 40,

Central Catholic 23

Miguel Sequiera had four touchdown passes for the host Timberwolves (3-2, 5-2-1) at Daniel Teicheira Memorial Stadium. 

Sequiera was 5 of 8 for 101 yards with two scoring throws each to Joseph Tarango and  Jose Ceja (110 yards rushing, 88 yards receiving). Antonio Montero (202 yards rushing) scored on a 37-yard run Elijah White returned an interception 47 yards for a touchdown.


Isaiah Lee led the Sierra defense that posted five sacks with nine tackles. Miguel Aguilar added eight stops and Eric Barron six. 

Ripon 52,

Calaveras-San Andreas 6

With just 14 players suited up the visiting Indians were able to put up 355 rushing yards against the Redskins in non-league action.  

All of Ripon’s touchdowns came on the ground. Justin Hansen scored from 1 yard, 7 and 17 yards out, Adam Wood had a pair of 7-yard scoring runs with Roland Davis picking up an 8-yard scoring run and Austin Nguyen scoring from 39 yards out.  

Wood and Davis each had two conversion runs and Kepu Lee capped the scoring parade with a conversion run.