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Manteca Chargers sink River Islands Riptide
Chargers-Riptide youth football
Manteca’s Jeremiah Silva (22) holds off River Islands’ Tyler White (5). - photo by Dave Campbell

Danny Olaguibel scored a pair of touchdowns for the Manteca Chargers varsity in their 30-0 win over the River Islands Riptide in Delta Youth Football League action.

The two touchdowns for Olaguibel (eight carries, 113 yards) were both on runs of 18 yards and Stephen Graham scored from 8 yards out. Jayden Omadhebo and Isaiah Herrera contributed to the Manteca offense.

Robert McDonald had a 30-yard interception return for a touchdown and Isaya Rhyne made a tackle for a safety to spearhead the Chargers. Colton Madden made seven tackles, Omadhebo and Olaguibel six each, Eric Yamamoto three with two tackles and two interceptions for

Stephen Graham.


Junior varsity

Chargers 24, Riptide 0

The Chargers forced six turnovers.

Aizen English (three tackles) returned an interception 30 yards for a touchdown. Kingston Johnson (three tackles) and Israel Juarez-Salgado (two tackles) made two fumble recoveries apiece, Ethan Serrano (two tackles) forced a fumble and Julian Baez made an interception.

Manteca’s Jameson Hicks (10 carries, 139 yards) scored on runs of 28 and 38 yards, Kayden Riley added a 1-yard scoring plunge and Noah Olage contributed to the offense.



Riptide 40, Chargers 0

Royce Robinson, Jayden Shortridge and Areion Shortridge contributed to the Manteca offense.

Diesel Spangler made four tackles for the Chargers, Jayden Shortridge three and Lloyal Galtney two with a fumble recovery.


Jr. Novice

Riptide 21, Chargers 6

Jharon Jackson scored the lone Manteca touchdown.

Jackson gained 104 yards on five carries with a 66-yard touchdown run. Choyce Galtney added 60 yards on three carries and Jameson Vargas contributed to the Chargers offense.

Shayne Sutherland Jr. led the Manteca defense with six tackles, Wyatt Love (fumble recovery) added five stops and Aiden Green four.