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ROUNDUP: Sierra boys golfers outpoint Manteca
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Karson Condit of Manteca High chips onto the first green at Manteca Park Golf Course on Wednesday. - photo by Wayne Thallander

Zach Van Zwaluwenburg shot an 11-over 47 on the front nine at Manteca Park Golf Course on Wednesday, keying

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Sierra’s Aiden Ramratten watches his putt on the opening hole at Manteca Park Golf Course. - photo by Wayne Thallander
Sierra’s 279-294 Valley Oak League boys golf win over Manteca.

Teammate Jimmy Thai finished as runner-up along with Manteca’s Conner DePrater, as they each finished with a 54.

Also scoring for the triumphant Timberwolves were Aiden Hillard (58), James Musquiz (60) and Aiden Ramratten (60). Karson Condit and Zenon Garay ended with 56s for the Buffaloes. Andrew Robison added a 63, and Reese George had a 65.

Ripon Christian 176, Escalon 184

Camdan Indelicato finished 2-under 29 at Escalon Golf Course, helping Ripon Christian improve to 5-1 in VOL play.

Wyatt Hayes trailed the medalist by three strokes. Dylan Koolhaas and Cade Van Groningen shot 38s, and Nick Te Velde contributed a 39. Kaden Schrotenboer paced Escalon with a 33.

Ripon 163, Weston Ranch DQ

Gage Anderson paced the Indians with a 1-over 28 on the executive course at Swenson Park. 

Kenny Johnson and Jacob Baird each turned in a 31. Brandon Denny contributed a 36, and Evan McKeon had a 37.


Sierra 4, East Union 1

The host Timberwolves (2-0 VOL, 4-0 overall) were in full control against their cross-town rival, scoring three unanswered goals in the first half and totaling 38 shot attempts.

Tiana Cello converted two goals and assisted another. Jocelin Roa contributed a goal and an assist. Annika Rose also scored one. Goalie Annika Beall collected seven saves.

Manteca 7, Escalon 1

Caitlynn Wong and Emily Murphy netted two goals each, splitting the Buffaloes’ first four of the match. Manteca (6-0), tuning up for its big showdown with Sierra, broke away after leading 2-0 at halftime.

Kaylee Gines contributed a goal and an assist, both in the second half. Isabella Avila and Esmeralda Ochoa tallied one goal each. Corrine Jones and Sienna Jones both had an assist.

The Buffs head to Sierra next Monday.


Mountain House 3, Lathrop 1

The Mustangs avenged their loss from the previous night, 25-20, 24-26, 25-23, 25-10.

Lathrop falls to 3-1 in the Western Athletic Conference. Sydney Hanks was productive in the defeat, accumulating seven kills, six blocks and three aces. LaNicia Ellis added four kills and seven blocks. Camila De La Garza dished out 19 assists. Thracylie Acoba led the back line with 10 digs. Lylliana Avila recorded nine digs and three kills


Mountain House 3, Lathrop 0

Alfred Tolentino (0-6, 1-6), Kurt Valerio (1-6, 1-6) and Everett Spellman (1-6, 0-6) were swept in their singles matches.  

JV softball

East Union 20, Weston Ranch 5

Trinidad Forbing went 3 for 3 with a triple, two walks, four RBIs and four runs during the Lancers’ offensive explosion. 

Annie Reich blasted a three-run double in the third. Diana Soriano reached four time, scoring twice.

JV girls soccer

East Union 5, Sierra 1

Chelsea Keathley highlighted the match with a hat trick, and Giselle Hamilton scored twice in the Lancers’ lopsided win.

Ashley Vasquez chipped in with a pair of assists. Keeper Cassidy Pearson racked up 10 saves.

JV girls volleyball

Lathrop 2, Mountain House 0

The Spartans rolled to a 25-19, 25-12 road sweep.

Azul Maldonado led the way with five kills, six digs and two aces. Dana Mandanas chipped in five digs and an ace. Janessa Ward served four aces while adding a kill.