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ROUNDUP: Youth served in Manteca’s dominant volleyball win at Kimball
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Manteca didn’t show any rust from a nearly week-long break from match action on Wednesday, sweeping Kimball in Tracy, 25-9, 25-11, 25-16.

The Buffaloes (3-0 Valley Oak League, 12-0 overall) got to work in their younger front-row players in the win. Sophomore middle Izabella Sanchez took advantage, finishing with seven kills and two blocks. Courtney Washburn contributed six kills and two blocks, while Michaela Singh swatted five kills.

Arielle Chandler tallied 24 assists and three kills. Abbey Kadillak led the defense with 29 digs.

Manteca next faces rival East Union at home next Monday.

 

Ripon 3, Grace Davis 0

Lathrop (3-1 Western Athletic Conference, 6-4 overall) used a balanced attack to blast past visiting Grace Davis, 25-16, 25-11, 25-12.

Alaba Olaleye paced the host Spartans with eight kills. Krystle Sakay, LaNicia Ellis and Sydney Banks (two blocks, three aces) rapped seven kills apiece.

Hailey Grant chipped in with five kills. Thracylie Acoba picked up eight digs.

 

GIRLS GOLF

Ripon 145, Bret Harte 189

Gabbi Ilardi bogeyed the ninth hole at Jack Tone Golf Course and still finished 2-under-par 29.

Zoe Bremer was the runner-up with a 37 and followed by Katie Martin’s 38 and Vivian Parsons’ 41. Ripon moved to 6-0 in the Valley Foothill League North Division.

 

Manteca 307, Central Catholic 329

Mohrgen Kissee carded a 51 to lead the Buffaloes’ win at Manteca Park Golf Course.

Emalyne Lundbom added a 55, Aleah Melendez a 65, Kylie Elliot a 67 and Alyssa Gonzalez a 69.

Manteca defeated Weston Ranch by forfeiture on Tuesday.

 

JV girls volleyball

Kimball 2, Manteca 1

Araceli Rubio and Sophia Nussbaumer served six and five aces, respectively, but the Buffaloes were edged out 26-28, 25-10, 14-16.

Carsyn Van Zant had three blocks.

 

Lathrop 2, Grace Davis 0

Elizabeth Andrade accumulated six kills, two aces and three digs as Lathrop rolled to a 25-14, 25-13 sweep.

Janessa Ward added three kills, two aces and two digs. Za’Ryah Mageo had two blocks to go with a kill. Celeste Narvarez tallied 10 digs, and Julia Roaquin handed out 11 assists.

 

Frosh girls volleyball

Lathrop 2, Grace Davis 0

The Spartans breezed to a 25-9, 25-15 triumph while getting contributions from several different players.

Sarah Valadez helped lead the charge with three kills, two aces and a block. Other standouts were Annie Millan (kill, four aces, two digs), Genesis Contreras three aces, four digs), Alyssa Roller (four aces, kill, eight assists) and Zoe Cejas (two aces, two digs).

 

Manteca 2, Kimball 1

Manteca escaped the Tracy school with an 18-25, 25-23, 15-13 comeback victory.

Jayana Dias was largely responsible for the turnaround, and she finished with five assists and three aces. Amil Gaskin added four kills and two blocks. Serenity Cerritos and Ariel De La O each served a pair of aces. Bella Medina chipped in two kills