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ROUNDUP: EU girls soccer bounces back with blowout win
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East Union’s girls soccer team showed no ill effects from its season-opening loss, crushing visiting Franklin of Stockton on Monday 6-1 at Dino Cunial Field.
The Lancers (1-1) could not overcome a listless start last Friday in a 4-2 loss at Lincoln.
“It was good to bounce back,” East Union coach Carlos Gaspar said. “They played four games in the past week (including two scrimmages) and it’s nice to go into a break with a win.”
Outside midfielder Hailey Sims helped lead the way, starting with her goal early in the first half. She later sent a cross for Sonia Ruiz’s score that made it 3-1 at halftime, and assisted Celeste Guerrero in the second half.
Taylor McMahon struck twice  in the second half,  while Cynthia Romero added a headed goal on Guerrero’s corner kick cross.

Manteca 65, Ripon 60

RIPON —The visiting  Buffaloes (1-0) fended off Reina Sausedo’s 25-point, 11-rebound double-double in the Sac-Joaquin Section Foundation Game.
Foundation Games do not count against participating teams’ official records.
Manteca outscored the Indians 20-14 in the fourth quarter, making all nine of its free throws down the stretch and 19 of 25 overall. Kyaira Jacobs and Jayda Jackson paced the Buffs with 18 and 16 points, respectively. Jadyn Nieman added 12 points, and Jaslyn Woods had 10.
Mackenzie Hutchinson contributed 11 points and seven boards for Ripon (0-0).

East Union 75, Ripon Christian 41
RIPON — Coming off a 69-47 season-opening route of Western Athletic Conference co-champion Beyer, the Lancers continued their hot start in a Foundation Game.
Two freshmen and a transfer anchored the attack, as Taylor Snaer and Kyshanti King dropped 13 points apiece. Lani Tu’uga turned in 12, Ala Tu’uga 11 and Danielle James 10. Ripon Christian was headed by 10 points apiece from Morgan Van Elderen and Mikaela Vander Molen
East Union pulled away with a 28-9 burst in the third quarter.

JV soccer
East Union 3, Franklin 1

Melissa Gonzales buried a pair of goals, while Carlee Canady scored once.