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Central Valley harvests win at expense of Ripon frosh
Ripon Football


The Bulletin

Despite committing five turnovers Thursday, Ripon’s defense gave up just one touchdown in a 16-0 non-league freshman loss to visiting Central Valley of Ceres at Stouffer Field.

 In addition to their one offensive touchdown the Hawks scored on an interception return and forced a pair of safeties.

 Aiden Krupa led the Indians with 49 yards on 15 carries and Jacob Codde added 36 yards on seven carries.

 Logan Rimes led the Ripon defense with nine tackles followed by Ricardo Ochoa with seven, Caydon Rainer and Christopher Cavazos with four each, Aiden Krupa, Garrett Paxton, Antonia Reyes and Jacob Kretschmann with three apiece and two for both Carson Daley and Cade Kiser. 

 Rogelio Gonzalez added a fumble recovery for the Indians.


Sierra 32, Pacheco 7

 Evyn White scored posted touchdowns for the Timberwolves in the non-league tilt at Daniel Teicheira Memorial Stadium.

 White (12 carries, 115 yards) scored on 1-, 7- and 15-yard runs and on a 10-yard pass from Tyler Looney (5 of 11 passing, 90 yards). Lucas Caldwell (three carries, 53 yards) ran in a touchdown in the first quarter to start the scoring for Sierra.  

 The Panthers of Los Banos were held scoreless for the final three quarters. Jarred Amaya led the stingy Sierra defense with six tackles, Ian Metcalf added three and White, Jayden Ceja-Moreno, Jack Cunial, Jason Agulay and O’Shae Jackson had two apiece. 


Granada 39, Manteca 24

 LIVERMORE – The visiting Buffaloes could not overcome four turnovers.

Manteca’s Alex Murrietta ran for 222 yards, scoring on 1- and 10-yard runs. Colton Stonum plunged in a score from 1 yard out. 

Dillion Gulseth paced the Buffaloes defense with five tackles and Paul Gaines made four. 

East Union 14, Freedom 6 

David Flores broke a 6-6 tie in the third quarter when he returned an interception 25 yards for a touchdown to spot the Lancers to a 14-6 lead they would not relinquish at Dino Cunial Field. . 

 David Juarez pulled in a 15-yard scoring pass from Dylan Lee (2 of 6 passing, 65 yards) to give East Union a 6-0 lead. Emilio Perez Jr. tallied 85 yards on 12 carries for the Lancers.

 The East Union defense forced 12 negative-yardage plays with two interceptions and seven sacks and allowed just 56 total yards by the Falcons of Oakley. Perez Jr. and Renald Bacigalupi made six tackles apiece for the Lancers with Flores, Nick Ridgwell and Matthew Mejia each making five stops.