Derek Roy scored two touchdowns for Ripon on Thursday in a 28-18 loss to Sonora in non-league freshman football action.
Roy scored from 3 and 8 yards out and Spencer Schroen added a 7-yard scoring run for the Indians.
Manteca vs Lathrop
Forfeit or not, the Manteca High Buffaloes posted steady overall scores at Monday’s Valley Oak League match against Lathrop at the French Camp Golf Course.
Logan Jackson, who is the team’s No. 4 player, earned medalist honors by shooting a 47 at the par-32 nine-hole event.
“We didn’t have enough players,” said Manteca coach Ian Wilbur, who noted that two of his players withdrew to force the automatic forfeiture.
As Jackson, she finished a stroke ahead of teammates’ Alyssa Gutierrez (48) and Arsh Kaur (48), respectively, the No. 2 and No. 6 players for the Buffaloes (3-4 in VOL).
Kylee Eberle, Manteca’s top golfer, carded a 49 while No. 5 Danika Hunt fired a 50. No. 3 player Haighley Kissee (55) rounded out the scoring.
“It was super hot today but my girls pushed through it,” said Buffaloes coach Andrea Hiatt. “We had five who had their best scores to date – it made for an exciting day.”
Manteca is hoping to see the momentum carry over to Wednesday’s match against East Union.
The Spartans, meanwhile, were led by No. 5 golfer Vialsy Cabrales, who tallied a 62.
Kaitlynn Edrington, at No. 2, and No. 1 player Chloe Malicoat, shot 67 and 68, respectively.
Lathrop’s No. 6 player Amy Ratta finished with a 71.
Kimball 271, Sierra 259
McKenna Doyle earned medalist honors for the Timberwolves in their VOL loss to visiting Kimball on Tuesday.
She shot a seven-over-par 44 at the Manteca Park Golf Course.
Sierra (4-2) also got scoring from Legacy Barnes (51), Arlena Gavino (51), Kayla Wilson (58) and Kaitlynn Looney (67).
The Timberwolves will continue VOL play today by hosting Oakdale.
Sierra 215, Lathrop 324
McKenna Doyle fired a 6-over 38 at French Camp Golf Course, and the Timberwolves improved to 4-1 in the Valley Oak League.
Kayla Wilson, Legacy Barnes and Arlena Gavino each added a 44, while Bryanna Gavino was not too far behind with a 45. Chloe Malicoat paced Lathrop with a 57.