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ROUNDUP: Sausedo’s triple-double highlights Ripon win
Bulletin girls basketball 2019-20
Taylor Snaer splits the defense of Danielle Navarro (15) and Chardé Proctor (20) of visiting Golden Valley in East Union’s 65-35 win on Tuesday. - photo by Photo By Sean Kahler

RIPON — Reina Sausedo put up a triple double for Ripon on Tuesday to lead the Indians to a 56-37 non-league girls basketball win over visiting Tokay.
Sausedo scored 24 points with 11 rebounds and 10 steals.
“We came out kind of flat from a tough game the night before,” Ripon coach Rick Inderbitzin said. “We had to battle through some things but we did a good job of pulling away and allowing us to play different players throughout the game.
“Tianna Sidtikun had a bunch of hustle plays along with getting six rebounds and five steals.”
Malery States added nine points for the Indians.
Ripon won the junior varsity and freshman games.

Manteca 55, Turlock 34
TURLOCK — Kyaira Jacobs led the Buffaloes (2-0) with 18 points, five steals and six rebounds.
Jayda Jackson pitched in with 16 points, and Marissa Serrano had 13.

Lodi 59, Lathrop 47

The Spartans managed just 11 second-half points.
“We played great defense in first half up by 10 at halftime,” Lathrop coach Craig Ward said. “In the second half we only scored 11 points.
“We started going one on one in second half and that’s not what we do. We have to get it right in preparation for league.”
Eddie Cotton led the Spartans with 13 points and Taurus Kohn added seven.

Weston Ranch 5, Franklin 4

STOCKTON — After the host Yellowjackets of Stockton scored four unanswered goals in the first half with the wind at their back for a 4-1 halftime lead, the Cougars (1-0-1) answered used the wind to answer back.
Brian Rodriguez scored the tying and go-ahead goals for Weston Ranch. Rodriguez bent in the go-ahead goal late in the game on a corner kick.
“In the second half we kept them pinned down,” Cougars coach Francisco Cisneros said. “We pressed high and they couldn’t get out with the wind and rain.
“I am proud of the way we came back, stuck together and didn’t panic after the first half. One of the most memorable games I have ever coached.”
Jesus Vega scored on a penalty kick. Robert Gonzalez and Izaac Cruz had the other two goals with Ariel Silva, Jesus Vargas, Bryan Rodriguez and Kevin Urrutia each netting an assist. Francisco Vega posted five saves. 

Ripon 2, Beyer 1
MODESTO — Armando Loredo had a foot in both goals for the Indians (2-1).
Both goals came in a seven-shot first half with Loredo scoring the first goal on an assist from Noel Valerio and he assisted Hector Gonzalez on the second goal.
“In the first half we played really well,” Ripon coach Tiffany Gonzalves said. “We had good ball control with a lot of through passes crosses through middle of box“We had only one shot second half. We played a little more defensively after the first half. They got their goal on PK. We played well as a team and we played the ball to feet pretty well.”

East Union 4, Lathrop 0
LATHROP — The Lancers (1-0-1) outshot the Spartans 21-3 at Bennie Gatto Field.
Christian Perez scored a pair of goals for East Union with Fabrizio Garrido and Gabe Gutierrez each adding a goal. Beto Gomez, Chuy Montanez, Chris Avila and Manuel Garcia each had an assist.
Fernando Ambriz had one save and Marco Galvan two for the Lancers.
“The team is working well together,” East Union coach Ronnie Green said. “Finally our forwards reached the back of the net. To this point it has been our midfielders.” 

Ripon 1, Gregori 0

MODESTO — Maddie Winters scored on an assist from Jaden Vivit for the Indians. Ashley Pugh posted two saves
Ripon enjoyed a 10-2 shot advantage

Manteca 7, Lathrop 0
Esmerelda Ochoa tallied three goals and an assist for the Buffaloes (1-0-1) at Guss Schmiedt Field.
Isabella Avila got the first goal for Manteca and added another, assisting on all three of Ochoa’s goals. Isabella Pierce added a goal and an assist, Emily Craighead had a goal and Yuhudit Vega an assist.
Amy Meier made four saves for the Buffaloes in the first half and Willow Stearns took the net for the second half and did not have to defend a shot.

Stagg 2, Weston Ranch 0
STOCKTON – Trailing 1-0 at halftime the visiting Cougars (0-2) battled in the Delta Queens half of the field most of the second half but could not overcome the elements.
“It was raining sideways in the second half,” Weston Ranch coach Gabe Padilla said. “We played on their side of the field three-quarters of the time after halftime but couldn’t convert it to tie the game up.”
Evelyn Soria posted three saves for the Cougars and Kehura Ellerbe two.

Ripon Christian 2, Calaveras 1
The Knights (1-0) came from behind for the win,
“We have had a few weeks of really nice calm weather and tonight for first game we found out what winter soccer was like.”
Rachel Osterman tied the game at 1-1 for Ripon Christian and later she placed a corner kick for
Elle Van Wyngarden to force in the net. Nicole Chapman six saves for the Knights.

JV girls soccer
Weston Ranch 3, Stagg 1

Samantha Hernandez scored two goals for the Cougars (2-2) and Erika Landin one.

Frosh boys basketball
East Union 56, West 37

Ashton Heath scored 21 points for the Lancers.
Ian Rodriguez added 18 points for East Union and Noah Calmes six.