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Manteca’s Wooten pursued by Kansas State, Nevada

A year off from varsity basketball hasn’t derailed the recruiting trail for Manteca High senior Kenny Wooten. Wooten, a 6-foot-8 forward, transferred from Stagg to Manteca as a junior, after averaging 22 points, eight rebounds and five blocks per game as a sophomore in 2013-14. He attempted to have the 30-day transfer sitout period for [...]

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BREAKING: Pacific baseball coach Sprague resigns

STOCKTON — Pacific director of athletics Ted Leland announced today that Ed Sprague has resigned as head baseball coach after 12 seasons. Sprague, a St. Mary’s High graduate, went 250-406 — a .381 winning percentage — in his time guiding the Tigers. This spring brought high expectations for a veteran team, but Pacific finished with [...]

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Delta College baseball’s four-year commitments

The Delta College baseball team is No. 1 in the nation for a reason. They’ve got talent that’s not just exceptional for junior college, but for NCAA Division I as well. Delta plays Orange Coast at noon Saturday at the CCAA state finals, a four-team, double-elimination tournament at Fresno City College. Host Fresno and Palomar [...]

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Recruiting: McNair football’s Derrion Grim verbally commits to Boise State

Derrion Grim, a junior wide receiver with the McNair football team, had a fantastic second half of the 2014 season: with 35 catches for 637 yards and 10 touchdowns. Extrapolate that to a full season, and that’s 70 catches for 1,274 yards and 20 TDs, pretty staggering numbers. Well, teams across the nation took notice, [...]

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Tigers golf going high tech

Pacific golf coach Chris Hill holds a computer tablet. Perhaps 10 yards from Hill is Tigers’ senior golfer Bryon Meth, practicing on the driving range at Stockton Golf and Country Club. Meth hits a shot with a wedge, the tablet beeps and Hill looks at the screen. “He’s getting pretty consistent,” said Hill, who is [...]

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Pacific Baseball: Roster filled with local talent

It’s tough to field a Division I baseball team with a plethora of local players and be a postseason contender. Pacific, though, believes it can make that happen this year. Of the Tigers’ 33 players listed on the active roster, 14 of them are from The Record’s coverage area (including Tracy, Lodi, Escalon and Stockton [...]

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How’s the weather up there?

  Sami Eleraky stands 7-foot, making him perhaps the tallest man in Stockton. The sophomore center on the Pacific men’s basketball team said being that tall creates certain challenges off the court. Born in Denmark to Egyptian parents, the good-natured Eleraky has a unique perspective on the inquisitive and unabashed nature of some Americans as it pertains [...]

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Delta water polo signings

Delta water polo players sign with four-year institutions. Pictured (left to right): Manuel Zorn, Carson Williamson, Jacob Castro and Cole Mahoney. The Delta College Men’s Polo Team will have four athletes moving on to play polo at the university level.  Jacob Castro (Soph., Lincoln HS – Stockton) has accepted a water polo scholarship to play at [...]

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Western Illinois at Pacific (men) pregame

A style clash will tip-off at Spanos Center in a few minutes as Western Illinois visits Pacific. The Leathernecks like to slow it down and play tough, hard-nosed man-to-man defense under coach Jim Molinari. Western Illinois is 0-2 with losses to Idaho and Nebraska. The Tigers have looked great on offense (82 points per game) [...]

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UC Irvine at Pacific men (pregame)

The Tigers take the floor for the first time since their thrilling 80-78 victory at Nevada on Friday against former Big west Conference rival UC Irvine now. The familiarity should make for competitive game as the teams split the regular season meetings last season, before the Tigers handled UC Irvine in the Big West Conference [...]

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