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ROUNDUP: Ripon track teams remain undefeated in TVL
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 Ripon’s boys and girls track and field teams remain undefeated in the Trans-Valley League after outpointing visiting Hilmar on Wednesday.

Devin Fitzpatrick and Marcus Madoski starred in the boys’ 95-41 win, while Olivia Maragos and Rylee Agbayani-Duenas were among the standouts for the girls in their 86.5-58.5 victory.

Fitzpatrick took care of the three distance events, while Madoski won all three jumps and took second in the 200-meter dash with a personal record time of 23.19 seconds. He also set a PR in the long jump at 20 feet, 3.5 inches.

Austin Wood had a personal-best toss of 136-09 while winning the discus. Eric Guevara contributed with a win in the pole vault. The Indians also took the 4x100 and 4x400 relays.

Maragos and Agbayani set personal records in finishing 1-2 in the 100 in 12.70 and 12.77 seconds, respectively. Maragos also won the long jump. Agbayani won the 200 with a PR of 26.43. Both were on the winning 4x100.

Clara Scholland won the high jump, took second in the 400 and third in the 300 hurdles with a PR of 48.76.

Starla Skiles took both hurdle events, and Jenna Skavdahl won the 800. They were also part of the first-place mile relay.

Jade Thommes took first in the pole vault and second in the high jump. Madison Lopez won the triple jump, and Shayla McKeon topped the shot put field with a PR of 29-08.5.


Manteca 14, Kimball 4 (5)

The visiting Jaguars (0-4, 2-14 overall) came out swinging in the Valley Oak League tilt and trailed by just one run, 5-4, after three innings. Manteca (5-2, 15-3-1) raced away with seven runs in the fourth and plated two more to implement the mercy rule.

Rex Watson (double, homer, three RBIs), Nate Slikker (triple, three RBIs), Christopher Chavez (two runs) and Preston Smith (two runs, two RBIs) all went 2 for 4 to lead the assault.

Cameron Jimenez pitched the first three innings for the win. Jeremy Cross struck out four out of the seven batters he faced in relief.

Oakdale 9, East Union 1

Kirk Simoni knocked in Jackson Fay in the top of the fifth inning for the Lancers’ only run. Fay finished 2 for 4, and Joe Alvarez went 2 for 3.

Trey Parsons limited East Union (4-3, 12-6) to five hits over 5 2/3 innings but walked four. Jordan Haver slugged a home run for Oakdale (5-3, 15-5), while Griffin Costa drubbed a pair of doubles and drove in two.

Grace Davis 8, Lathrop 6

Lathrop (1-6, 6-12 overall) dropped its sixth straight game, coming up short in the Western Athletic Conference hit parade.

The two teams combined for 25 hits. Grace Davis (4-3, 9-4) broke a 5-5 tie with three runs in the bottom of the fourth inning.

Adrian Zuniga (double, two runs, RBI) and Mathew Rankin (double, two RBIs) both went 3 for 4 to pace Lathrop. Omare Cross was 2 for 3 with two doubles, two runs and an RBI. Andrew Lopez added a 2-for-4 effort with an RBI.


Ripon 13, Livingston 0 (5)

Alana Hernandez drilled a home run for Ripon (2-0 Trans-Valley League, 8-4 overall), finishing 2 for 4 with three RBIs.

Clara Townsend also drove in three runs, and Abigail Stewart went 3 for 3 with a double, three runs and an RBI. Jaysee Wilmshurt (two RBIs) and Chloe Lautenslager were both 2 for 3.

Kharime Caratachea pitched a three-hitter, striking out 10. She also contributed two RBIs to the attack.


Manteca 3, Central Catholic 0

The VOL-leading Buffaloes (5-1, 14-3 overall) made it a quick visit with the 25-6, 25-10, 25-7 victory.

Jay Noche led them with all-around play. Manteca also got front-row contributions from Josiah Sagapolu, while Christian Cardoza had a strong serving match.

Manteca travels to Oakdale tonight for a make-up match.