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ROUNDUP: Silva, Miller net 2 goals each as Buffs beat Sonora
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SONORA — Jordyn Silva and Kaley Miller scored two goals apiece on Wednesday, helping Manteca’s girls soccer team get a revenge win against Sonora, 6-2.
Sonora visited the Buffaloes for a non-league match last season and prevailed, 3-1. The Wildcats (1-1-1) gave them some fits to start the match Wednesday before Manteca (3-0-1) took control.
“They have some really good players who play with some of ours for San Juan (Soccer Club), so we had to pay them a lot of attention,” Manteca coach Justin Coenenberg said. “We made a formation adjustment and were able to limit their shots and create quite a few of our own opportunities.”
Buffs goalie Aimee Meier was busiest in the opening 10 minutes when she made the majority of her 12 saves. Silva then struck for her two goals and off they went. Younger sister Cameron Silva gave Manteca (3-0-1) a 3-1 lead going into halftime, getting an assist from Kaylee Gines.
Caitlynn Wong opened scoring in the second half and was set up by fourth-year starter Miller, who then knocked in the team’s final two.
Manteca hosts its annual Buffalo Cup on Friday and Saturday.

East Union 2, Lincoln 2

Cristian Ramirez scored two goals, providing the equalizer each time for the host Lancers (1-0-2).
Lincoln struck first in the 17th minute with a penalty kick, and Perez answered 10 minutes later with a PK of his own. In the 55th, the Trojans recaptured the lead with a 45-yard bomb.
East Union was able to salvage the draw in the 70th minute when Perez headed in a cross from Sammy Diaz.

Weston Ranch 51, Turlock 49

TURLOCK — The Cougars (1-0) eked out a non-league road win over the Bulldogs (0-3) on Tuesday.
Janay Holmes led Weston Ranch with 18 points followed by Zahbria Hendrix and Dearri Ross with nine points each and Jennalyn Laminero with seven points.

East Union 55, Central Valley 12
The Lancers (4-1) bounced back from their first loss of the season, busting out to a 26-0 cushion in the opening quarter. The running clock was enforced for the entire second half.
Taylor Snaer registered a team-high 11 points, Dani James had 10, Lani Tu’uga added eight and Kyshanti King seven. The team travels to Enochs and Tracy next Monday and Tuesday, respectively, before hosting the program’s 20th annual Camelot Classic freshman and junior varsity tournaments.

East Union 58, Johansen 44

MODESTO — Parm Khattra accounted for five of the Lancers’ 11 made 11-pointers, and he finished with 20 points in the Modesto City Classic opener at Downey High. Christian Cuevas contributed 11 points and three 3s.
East Union (4-1) plays the Hughson-Downey winner at 6:30 tonight.

Ripon girls

The Lady Indians won two out of three dual matches Wednesday, getting individual three wins each from Marissa Hernandez and Riley Rangel.
Ripon defeated Atwater 48-25, lost to Atwater 42-36 and took down El Capitan, 48-30.

JV girls hoops
Lathrop 48, Orestimba 21

The Spartans posted two in double figures Tuesday with Lyllianna Avila at 16 points and Arianna Bringas at 12.
Jayna Dizon added eight points for Lathrop.  

Ripon Christian 46, Central Catholic 36
ESCALON — Emma De Bruyn accumulated 22 points and 10 rebounds as Ripon Christian opened the Escalon Tournament and its season on a high note.
Allison Mendes contributed 11 points and eight boards. Priscilla Rojas also scored 11 points. The Knights face Beyer tonight in the semifinal round.