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Manteca running back Khalid Robinson tries to avoid Kimball defenders during the Buffaloes junior varsity homecoming game last Friday. - photo by Photo by WAYNE THALLANDER

Manteca put up 24 first-quarter points Friday for homecoming and rushed for 336 yards on the way to a 44-0 thumping of Kimball in Valley Oak League junior varsity action at Guss Schmiedt Field.  

Khalid Robinson ground out 168 yards on 12 carries for the Buffaloes and ran in a score from 6 yards out. Alijah Cota (10 carries, 53 yards) had 1- and 2-yard touchdown runs, Jonathan Rosas ran for a 4-yard score and threw a 26-yard touchdown pass to Robinson and Mathew Hathaway added a 1-yard touchdown plunge.

Joshua Marlin made five tackles for Manteca with Kyle Mace and Jose Rios making three stops apiece.

Oakdale 34, Sierra 24

The host Mustangs put up 21 second-quarter points and added a pair of scored in the fourth quarter.

Marcelo Morales was the workhorse for the Timberwolves, gaining 187 yards on 11 carries with touchdown runs of 3, 59 and 93 yards. Seth Villanueva rounded out the Sierra scoring with a 36-yard field goal. 

Luke Abrew was 10 of 15 passing for 71 yards and Ben Wheeler added 31 yards on nine carries. 

Wheeler made seven tackles, Josh Martinez (interception) six and Victor Serna and Ryan Torres had five stops apiece. Mathias Curry added  a sack.


Oakdale 49, Sierra 2

The lone Timberwolves points came on a second-quarter safety at Daniel Teicheira Memorial Stadium on Thursday.

Evyn White picked up 63 yards on 10 carries for Sierra. Tyler Looney added 50 yards on seven carries and was 11 of 14 passing for 48 yards.

East Union 28, 

Casa Roble 12

In Orangevale, the Lancers scored a touchdown in every quarter of their non-league road win. 

East Union’s David Flores tallied touchdown runs of 2 and 4 yards, picking up 193 yards on 16 carries and Ashton Heath (six carries, 34 yards) scored on a 5-yard run.

The Lancers totaled 404 yards on 44 carries. Emilio Perez Jr. had 92 yards on 10 carries with Rafael Espinosa, Ace Avelar, Jhamir Jackson, Nickolas Luna and David Juarez all contributing on offense. 

East Union scored twice on defense with Matthew Mejia notching a safety and Anthony Sy returned an interception 71 yards for a score. 

Mejia made 14 tackles, Renald Bacigalupi 11, David Flores and Jhamir Jackson seven apiece, Rafael Espinosa and Seth Baker six each, Juarez and Perez Jr. five apiece, Marques Callahan (two interceptions), Nicholas Ridgwell and Erik Escobar four each and Sy, Angel Ramirez and Aaron Velazquez three apiece.