November outtakes

November is done and the end of the year is right around the corner. Here are my favorite photos from 2018’s 11th month.



Stockton Kings’s Kalin Lucas scrambles for a loose ball past Oklahoma City Blue’s Abudl Gaddy during the Kings’ debut at the Stockton Arena in downtown Stockton.



Dancer Sammy Rodrigo of Stockton, left, performs in the inaugural Te Fa’a No Te ‘Ori Polynesian solo dance and drumming competition hosted by Mata’irea Polynesian Culture Preservation at the Atherton Auditorium at Delta College in Stockton.



Jennifer Sila of Florida takes pictures of sandhill cranes during sunset at the Isenberg Sandhill Crane Reserve west of Lodi.



Mayra Ramirez does a power clean lift while participating in the WOD (workout of the day) for Warriors event at ASAP Fitness in Stockton. The event featured an 11-minute AMRAP (as many reps as possible) workout of  power clean lifts, burpees, push ups, pull ups and dead lifts. The proceeds from the event goes to the Team RWB veterans service organization in observance of Veterans Week in Stockton.



Ripon’s Rachel Sausedo digs for the ball during the state girls volleyball playoffs quarterfinal match against Western Sierra at Ripon High School.



St. Mary’s Joe Fontes, left, reaches for a pass while being guarded by Sheldon’s Dillon Juniel during the Sac-Joaquin Section Division I football quarterfinals at St. Mary’s Sanguinetti Field in Stockton.



An egret is reflected in the water as it dives off of a dock in an attempt to catch a fish from Smith Canal in Stockton.



Mike Stewart, left, and Terry Reaves with the City of Stockton, work to assemble the frame and secure power cords for the city’s lighted holiday tree at the Weber Point Events Center in downtown Stockton. The branches will be attached on Wednesday.



Randomly designated as “low income” Tayler Silacci eats beans and rice from a paper plate with a plastic fork while sitting on the floor at the Hunger Banquet at the Alex and Jeri Vereschagin Alumni House on  the University of the Pacific campus in Stockton. The event was a unique dining experience that helped participants understand the plight of the millions around the world living in hunger.



Kenna Fenton of Los Altos looks at Christmas trees at the Festival of Trees event at the San Joaquin County Historical Museum at Micke Grove Park in Lodi.

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