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St. Mary’s Cayton looking outside of Nebraska

The bad news: St. Mary’s senior guard Mi’Cole Cayton was ecstatic to play for Nebraska women’s basketball and longtime coach Connie Yori. But Yori has resigned for what she called personal reasons, likely after being accused of mistreating her players and creating a negative culture, leaving Cayton devastated, according to ESPN.com. Cayton has been granted [...]

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All-Area Softball Player of the Year Watchlist

Brian Goulart has seen a long string of exceptional softball players in his 15 years as East Union coach. Michelle Castro, though, may be having the best season he’s seen. Goulart declared that after a recent win at Manteca. And Castro, a commit to William Penn in Iowa, is certainly backing him up with phenomenal [...]

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All-Area Baseball Player of the Year Watchlist

High school baseball home runs were already hard enough to come by. As boys, not yet men physically, learn to hit with power, they don’t start parking the ball over the fence overnight. Especially now that the bats are weaker than they used to be. In May of 2009, the NCAA sought to take away [...]

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Updated Softball Power Rankings

Nothing seems to faze the East Union softball team. The Lancers (16-0, 8-0 Valley Oak League), the defending Sac-Joaquin Section Division III champions, are ranked 11th in the state by Cal-Hi Sports, 48th in the nation via MaxPreps’ computer rankings and are on a 19-game winning streak dating to last May. East Union stunned Oakdale [...]

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Updated Prep Baseball Power Rankings

The Tracy baseball team kept pounding on the door, but St. Mary’s wouldn’t relent. Yes, the Bulldogs loaded the bases in three consecutive innings, before the Rams eventually sealed their 5-2 win on Monday at St. Mary’s High in Stockton, taking a two-game lead in the Tri-City Athletic League standings. Tracy, though, got its revenge [...]

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Introducing the Lions North All-Stars

The initial 30-man roster for the District 4-A1 Lions North All-Star football team has been unveiled. The group is going to guided by Don Norton, the Stagg coach for the past 11 seasons who also coached the North stars in 2010. Here’s a look at each player, and one sentence from me on what they [...]

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By the Numbers: Manteca goes to state

The last time a boys basketball team from San Joaquin County won a state championship, none of the current Manteca Buffaloes were born. That about says it. Manteca, after defeating Oakland-Bishop O’Dowd 70-45 in the CIF NorCal Division III final on Saturday night at American Canyon High, has reached the first CIF State title game [...]

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Know Thine Enemy: Ayala Bulldogs

When you hear that the Manteca boys basketball team’s CIF State championship matchup is against a team from Chino Hills, it might drop your jaw to the ground. After all, Chino Hills High is the No. 1-rated high school basketball team in the nation, and faces Concord-De La Salle for a CIF State Open Division [...]

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New Heat goalie has other talents

The Heat signed goaltender Mark Owuya toa Professional Tryout (PTO) contract on Friday, taking him from the roster of the ECHL’s Utah Grizzlies. He’s an experienced guy, but there’s some interesting things about him which has nothing to do with hockey. His brother, Sebastian, played for the Stockton Thunder in 2011-2012. and Mark, a native [...]

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By the Numbers: Pacific baseball’s preseason

It’s serious business now. The Pacific baseball team has wrapped up its preseason games, and enters West Coast Conference play at BYU Thursday through Saturday. The Tigers (6-10) have had a stronger start than a year ago, though with a more realstic schedule. Here’s a “By the Numbers” look at what Pacific’s done so far, [...]

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