First cuts include longtime Thunder favorite Ryan Constant

It would appear that Ryan Constant, the Thunder’s longtime and hard-hitting defenseman, has played his last game in Stockton.

Constant was in the first round of cuts made by the new Stockton Heat of the AHL, who offered tryouts to Constant and Garet Hunt. Hunt survived Saturday’s releases.

This is a tough one for local hockey fans, and for good reason. It isn’t just that he was a talented and steady force for six seasons with a wicked hip check. Constant became part of the community, often dedicating his time to visit schools and charity organizations.

Now he has to make a decision. He could try to arrange another AHL tryout, or certainly some ECHL teams could use his experience and skills if he wants to keep playing.

Good luck to him. And Stockton hockey fans will miss him.

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Manteca-Weston Ranch Player of the Game: James Thomas

To be honest, I didn’t know who James Thomas was before attending tonight’s Manteca at Weston Ranch football game.

But Thomas, a 6-foot-1, 188-pound junior linebacker and fullback, is going to be known by the entirety of the Valley Oak League soon enough.

Thomas sacked Cougars quarterback Terry Snipes twice, had a 3-yard touchdown run and ran in a two-point conversion, helping guide the Buffaloes to their third shutout of the season and 20th in coach Eric Reis’ 14-year tenure: 29-0.

For that, Thomas is my Player of the Game.

Thomas and the Buffaloes’ defense managed to sack Snipes four times, and Damon Lynch nabbed an interception on Weston Ranch’s opening drive, taking it 47 yards.


JOSE GARCIA (Manteca WR, Jr.)

Garcia played some solid football Friday, with three catches for 49 yards, including a 19-yard TD reception from sophomore quarterback Gino Campiotti for the game’s final points.


Beamon was quietly an impressive downhill runner for Manteca, with 14 carries for a game-high 72 rushing yards.


Rivas, the captain who carries the heralded “shepherd’s stick”, not only played some fantastic defense, including tackling Weston Ranch’s Erron Duncan on a 4th-and-goal wildcat play to preserve the shutout, but took seven carries for a bruising 47 yards.


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All-Area Volleyball Player of the Year Watchlist

St. Mary's senior Ngozi Nwabuzoh, left, hits against Davis as a freshman in a 2012 Sac-Joaquin Section volleyball playoff match. RECORD FILE PHOTO

Volleyball may be down compared to what it used to be in San Joaquin County, but there are still some truly talented players here.

The chase is on to succeed St. Mary’s Jordan Cornwell and Lincoln’s Makyla Elias, last season’s co-All-Area Players of the Year, and Tracy’s Mahina McCamey, the Coach of the Year.

Here’s an early watchlist for the All-Area Player of the Year award, with a quick look at a few potential Coach of the Year candidates:


Nwabuzoh, a returning first-team All-Area middle blocker, had 115 kills reported through her first 10 matches on St. Mary’s, though, has played 20 overall and is 17-3. She also delivered 117 digs in that stretch, and can be a blocking machine on any given night.


Though Lincoln doesn’t have any reported statistics, Thompson delivers kill-after-kill, and she’s vital for the Trojans’ bid to defend their co-Tri-City Athletic League banner with St. Mary’s and Tracy.


Like Lincoln, Tracy has no statistics on But Murphy, someone who will probably play college volleyball, is a force. She posted 11 kills and 19 digs in a TCAL-opening sweep of Tokay on Monday.

LILI ITA (Chavez MB, Jr.)

Ita is 5-foot-10, but plays like she’s 6-5. The Titans junior is dominating so far, with 177 kills and 90 blocks already. She plays with a ferocity that’s rare in the area, especially in Chavez’s San Joaquin Athletic Association.

KYLEE IRWIN-PAZ (Escalon OH, Sr.) and TAYLOR LAUGERO (Escalon S, Sr.)

Irwin-Paz, part of a dynamic duo with senior setter Taylor Laugero, last year’s first-team All-Area utility player with Ripon Christian’s Elisabeth Regusci, averaged 5.2 kills per game early on, with a 54 percent conversion rate on her attacks.

Laugero, who plays setter for the Cougars, but can dabble in a bit of everything, will play libero in college for Santa Clara: a West Coast Conference opponent of Pacific.


Dodd Pinkham, Chavez

Pinkham, a longtime, and mostly-cherished volleyball coach in Stockton, has overcome health issues and has his Titans playing solid volleyball. Should Chavez take the SJAA, and possibly earn a home playoff match, he’d be a great candidate.

Kayla Kootstra, Escalon

Kootstra was very smart in selecting the Cougars’ preseason schedule. Now that Escalon has taken its lumps against the likes of Pitman, St. Mary’s, Oakdale, Tracy and Turlock – Escalon did beat Oakdale – it’s ready to dominate the Trans-Valley League. The Cougars are 3-0 in there so far. Last year, Escalon made the Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV semifinals, losing to eventual state champion Sonora. You can bet that’s on Kootstra’s, Irwin-Paz’s and Laugero’s mind.

Tiger Shelton, Ripon Christian

Ripon Christian, too, weathered a tough preseason, falling to the likes of Ripon, Manteca, Tokay and Escalon to prepare for Southern League competition. While the Knights certainly miss Regusci and second-team All-Area selection Dani Erdelatz, they’re 5-0 in-league thus far.

Jayne McHugh, St. Mary’s

The Rams have won at least a share of 10 consecutive league championships under McHugh, and have 25 of them all-time. St. Mary’s may not have the talent of a year ago, missing Cornwell, who’s now playing at Dartmouth College, but McHugh has those like Nwabuzoh, outside hitter Natalie Cortopassi, setter Megan Culligan, middle blocker Adri Baysinger and Zoe Bautista playing good volleyball.

Pamela DiBasilio, Calaveras

The Redskins have impressed so far, beginning the year with a great upset of Modesto-Central Catholic in five games. Calaveras will probably finish second behind Sonora in the Mother Lode League, but is not to be trifled with.

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Prep Football Area Statistical Leaders: Week 5

Stagg linebacker Jaland Dinwiddie, front, is tied for the Sac-Joaquin Section lead with 90 total tackles. CLIFFORD OTO/THE RECORD

Here they are, assembled from our friends at, our area prep football statistical leaders as of Week 5. We’ll do a top five, with a brief idea of how they stack up in the section, for passing yards, rushing yards, receiving yards, total tackles, sacks and interceptions.


1. OSAI BROWN (McNair QB, Sr.): 1,799 yards

- No. 1 in state and Sac-Joaquin Section

2. LAVANTE BUSHNELL (Stagg QB, Sr.): 988 yards

- No. 17 in Sac-Joaquin Section

3. KEITH DOSIER (Chavez QB, Sr.): 881 yards

- No. 20 in Sac-Joaquin Section

4. JARED ZERMENO (Tokay QB, Jr.): 820 yards

- No. 25 in Sac-Joaquin Section

5. NICK PRICE (Ripon QB, Sr.): 818 yards

- No. 26 in Sac-Joaquin Section


1. MARCEL DANCY (West RB/DB, Sr.): 988 yards*

- No. 1 in Sac-Joaquin Section

* The crazy part is, Dancy’s fifth game is not yet reported on MaxPreps

2. HUNTER CALTON (Escalon RB, Sr.): 676 yards

- No. 10 in Sac-Joaquin Section

3. ANTHONY GIANGREGIO (Calaveras RB, Jr.): 605 yards

- No. 17 in Sac-Joaquin Section

4. COURTNEY “C.J.” HAWKINS (Tracy FB, Sr.): 579 yards

- No. 21 in Sac-Joaquin Section (includes reported total in fifth game, not reported on MaxPreps)

5. RONALD “JUNE” WALKER (Lincoln RB, Sr.): 505 yards

- No. 35 in Sac-Joaquin Section


1. DERRION GRIM (McNair WR, Sr.): 1,144 yards

- No. 1 in Sac-Joaquin Section, state

2. AARON PASCHINI (Ripon WR, Jr.): 560 yards

- No. 9 in Sac-Joaquin Section

3. SEAN HAMILTON (McNair WR, Sr.): 457 yards

- No. 18 in Sac-Joaquin Section

4. DEWEY COTTON (St. Mary’s  WR, Jr.): 414 yards

- No. 23 in Sac-Joaquin Section

5. TREVOR RAMIREZ (Calaveras WR, Sr.): 397 yards

- No. 24 in Sac-Joaquin Section


T1. JALAND DINWIDDIE (Stagg LB, Jr.): 90 tackles

- Tied for No. 1 in Sac-Joaquin Section

T1. SIONE LIKU (Brookside Christian LB, Sr.): 90 tackles

- Tied for No. 1 in Sac-Joaquin Section

3. JONATHAN PHILLIPS (Stagg LB, Sr.): 87 tackles

- No. 4 in Sac-Joaquin Section

4. NOAH FAATAU (McNair LB, Sr.): 71 tackles

- No. 6 in Sac-Joaquin Section

5. NATHANIEL BANKS (Brookside Christian LB, Fr.): 58 tackles

- Tied for No. 12 in Sac-Joaquin Section


1. BRIAN GOMEZ (Lodi DE, Sr.): 9.0 sacks

- No. 2 in Sac-Joaquin Section

2. ANDREW GUEVARA (Sierra DL, Sr.): 6.5 sacks

- No. 8 in Sac-Joaquin Section

3. TREMAYNE TUIPULOTO WILLIS JR. (Lathrop LB, Jr.): 6.0 sacks

- Tied for No. 9 in Sac-Joaquin Section

T4. SETH TENNIS (McNair LB, Jr.), MICHAEL ROY (McNair DL, Sr.) and LOGAN WIDMER (Escalon DL, Sr.): 5.0 sacks each

- Tied for No. 13 in Sac-Joaquin Section



- Tied for No. 1 in Sac-Joaquin Section

T2. HUNTER WHITE (Linden DB/WR, Jr.): 3 INT

- Tied for No. 8 in Sac-Joaquin Section

T2. TUCKER ANDRES (Millennium LB, Jr.): 3 INT

- Tied for No. 8 in Sac-Joaquin Section

SEVERAL tied with two.


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Friday Prep Football Predictions: Week 5

The Edison football team is vying for its first victory this week, hosting fellow winless squad Modesto Christian at 7:15 p.m. CRAIG SANDERS/FOR THE RECORD

This week, we’ll see just how much the Lathrop football team has improved.

With their 35-0 shellacking of East Union last week, the Spartans’ (3-1, 1-0 Valley Oak League) defensive numbers became even crazier. Lathrop is now allowing less than 10 points per game.

Yet, Central Catholic (4-0, 1-0), a frightening competent offensive team, comes to town for a 7 p.m. duel at Bennie Gatto Field in Lathrop. That’s the first of my predictions for this week.

Last week, I went a paltry 8-5, dropping to 52-19 this season, a winning percentage of .732.

This week, I’ll be at The Record’s Game of the Week, Manteca (4-0, 1-0 VOL) at Weston Ranch (3-1, 0-1) updating live on Twitter. Richard Estrada, also known as Black Hat Football, will be at the Merced (1-3) at Lincoln (2-2) game at 7:15 p.m. Kelly Jones will be tweeting from the Modesto Christian (0-4) at Edison (0-4) game at 7:15 p.m. in Stockton.

Here are my Week 5 picks:


The Raiders are just on another level this year, ranked second in the state’s Division III by Cal-Hi Sports, and No. 11 in NorCal by The Sacramento Bee’s Joe Davidson and

Lathrop will put up a fight, especially at home, but this is not an upset alert game.


The Cougars will come out swinging against an intra-district rival, and seeking a statement win, but the Buffaloes are Div. III section title contenders and are just getting going.


A big part of me is thinking the Lancers beat the Timberwolves for the first time in 12 years.

Something, though, tells me Sierra (2-2, 0-1 VOL) is the one that feels overlooked, as East Union (3-1, 0-1) racks up more headlines and love for its resurgent season.

Sierra’s offense is still finding its form, sure, but on the lines is where this game will be won. Timberwolves seniors Andrew Guevara and Joshua Fala “eat” — as the kids say — and Sierra prevails in a close one.

Look for Sierra junior Seuseu Alofaituli to key in on East Union junior quarterback Jack Weaver as a spy and pursuer.


The Rams (2-2) are going to be ticked off after letting one slip away against Los Gatos (1-3) last week. Look for St. Mary’s to utilize its horizontal passing game and junior wide receivers Dewey Cotton and Keaton Hampton to run away with this one.


The Trojans (2-2) find some more good vibes before Tri-City Athletic League play starts, using an opportunistic defense to hold off the Bears (1-3).



OAKDALE over Kimball

ROSEMONT over Franklin


CHAVEZ over Vallejo


BROOKSIDE CHRISTIAN over Turlock Christian


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Lopsided History: Manteca football has terrorized Weston Ranch

The Manteca football team has won all 11 meetings with Weston Ranch. RECORD FILE PHOTO

Despite mostly losing seasons, the Weston Ranch football team has an impressive win here or there in now 12 years of varsity pigskin.

Weston Ranch, back in its only winning season of 2005, beat Oakdale by a touchdown, and shut out Sierra in the same year, Timberwolves coach Jeff Harbison’s first. The Cougars have also beaten Tokay (2011) and Sonora twice (2005 and 2007).

Yet, Weston Ranch, not on varsity, on JV or on the freshman team, has never beaten Manteca on any level.

And the Cougars (3-1, 0-1 Valley Oak League) host the Buffaloes (4-0, 1-0) in The Record’s Game of the Week at 7 p.m. Friday.

Manteca has won all 11 meetings with Weston Ranch all-time, and Weston Ranch has never come closer than an 11-point margin. It’s been as bad as 2013, when the Buffaloes were Sac-Joaquin Section Division III champions and a regional finalist, and blasted the Cougars 79-8. Manteca also posted consecutive shutouts, 44-0 in 2009 and 36-0 in 2010.

Combined, Manteca has scored 461 points in these victories, compared to 101 points for Weston Ranch, an average margin of 33 points.

Weston Ranch feels different this year. Its energy and confidence was obvious stopping by a muddy Wednesday practice. Yet, that’s a heck of a hill to climb against the four-time section champion. Friday may not be Weston Ranch’s night for an upset, but it’s a good time to put up a fight and start rolling the ball in that direction.


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St. Mary’s football drops out of NorCal Top 25

Brandon Zaunbrecher, left, a St. Mary's football senior running back, rushes against San Francisco-St. Ignatius in a 47-23 win on Sept. 18 at Sanguinetti Field in Stockton. St. Mary's dropped out of the latest NorCal Top 25 rankings from and The Sacramento Bee's Joe Davidson. RECORD FILE PHOTO

The St. Mary’s football team (2-2), after its 33-30, last-second loss at Los Gatos (1-3) has dropped from 23rd to out of’s and The Sacramento Bee’s Joe Davidson’s NorCal Top 25 rankings.

Meanwhile, Valley Oak League heavyweights Modesto-Central Catholic (4-0, 1-0 VOL) stays at 11th, and Oakdale (4-0, 1-0) enters at 25th.

Over at Cal-Hi Sports Top 10 state divisional rankings, no teams made the cut. Manteca (4-0, 1-0) in Div. III, Calaveras (3-2, 1-0 Mother Lode League), Escalon (3-2) and Ripon in Div. IV and Ripon Christian (3-1, 0-1 Southern League) in Div. V are all bubble teams.


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Prep Football Player of the Year Watchlist: Week 5

Stagg junior Cutrell Haywood, left, is an All-Area Player of the Year candidate because of his dominance on both sides of the ball. CLIFFORD OTO/THE RECORD

Hard to believe we’re halfway through high school football season. And, as we speak, the sky is leaking outside. What’s this “rain” you’re talking about? I’ve forgotten all about weather patterns since the drought ensued.

Anyway, with October looming tomorrow, here’s my latest Prep Football All-Area Player of the Year Watchlist, with a few more names to keep in mind:


Grim, certainly a heavy contender for this award if he keeps it up, leads the United States of America with 18 touchdown receptions, according to He also leads the state of California with 1,144 receiving yards, and this is all through five games. He’s on pace to break the state record of 34 TD receptions, set by Folsom’s Cole Thompson last season.


Dancy has ripped apart the Wolf Pack’s competition in the preseason, putting forth 1,087 yards and 16 rushing touchdowns through his first five games. He’s also an invaluable player in the secondary and on special teams, vital as his name gets mentioned for an award like this.


As great as Grim is, and that’s why he’s been offered by Boise State and Nebraska, his number wouldn’t be as extraordinary if he didn’t have a great quarterback delivering him the ball. Brown leads the state with 1,799 passing yards, and is tied for first with 24 TD passes. He’s also incredibly mobile, and can factor into the Eagles’ secondary if he needs to.


Calton, a workhorse behind the Division IV contender Cougars, already has 676 rushing yards and eight touchdowns, on pace to push 1,400 and 16. Wing-T systems churn out prolific running backs, sure, but Calton has proved to be an invaluable weapon for Escalon. Especially if he gets a few playoff games on the docket, his name could be considered.


Rare are the two-way high school football stars. But Haywood, ranked in the Top 100 for the Class of 2017 by, is certainly that.

He has 28 catches, averaging over five per game, with 385 yards and three touchdowns, and even more impressive, has four interceptions. Those numbers will only increase, as Stagg has played tougher teams like Lincoln, Pleasanton-Foothill, Modesto and Oakland-McClymonds. The SJAA should be a place for Haywood to feast.


Charles’ numbers aren’t staggering like the other participants sure, but he may be the most versatile player on what’s been the area’s most impressive team so far. He’s completed 73 percent of his passes, with four TDs, no picks and 396 yards. He also has 198 rushing yards and two TDs, something we’ll see a lot more of, plus a 99-yard kickoff return for a TD.

He’s mixing in and out with more traditional passer in sophomore Gino Campiotti, which seems to be working wonders for the Buffaloes.





JACK WEAVER (East Union QB, Jr.)

JOVON WOODS (Franklin RB, Sr.)





DEWEY COTTON (St. Mary’s WR, Jr.)


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Five Questions for Prep Football Week Five

The Lathrop football team's defense has been exceptional thus far, allowing less than 10 points per game. RECORD FILE PHOTO

Half of being a journalist is being clever.

What’s a clever headline? What’s a clever way to start off this story? What’s a clever way to boost my Twitter followers? Unfortunately, that last one is true, too.

So this week, in honor of Week 5, here are five questions to be answered for area high school football.

Just how good is Lathrop’s defense?

Did anyone know how good Lathrop’s defense will be? I sure didn’t. Yet, through four games, the Spartans are allowing an average of less than 10 points. That includes 12 to a larger school in West, which features Marcel Dancy, one of the best running backs in the Sac-Joaquin Section.

And, of course, a shutout last week against previously unbeaten East Union (3-1, 0-1 VOL). This week, Lathrop (3-1, 1-0) hosts Modesto-Central Catholic (4-0, 1-0) at 7 p.m. at Bennie Gatto Field. Battling against seniors in tailback Justin Rice (Fresno State) and quarterback Hunter Petlansky (Columbia) will tell us just how much the Spartans can accomplish.

A new pecking order in Manteca?

It’s obvious that East Union, which has matched last year’s win total, and Sierra, which has matched last year’s loss total, are up and down, respectively.

So this week, when the Timberwolves (2-2, 0-1) host the rival Lancers at 7 p.m. at Daniel Teicheira Memorial Stadium, we’ll see just how close they’ve gotten. Sierra beat East Union by two touchdowns last year, and I see it being closer this year. Check back at on Thursday for my official pick.

Is Weston Ranch ready for the next level?

The Cougars (3-1, 0-1) started off the season on an absolute tear, outscoring their first three opponents, Edison, Galt and Modesto-Grace Davis, 120-6.

Yet, in hosting three-time defending state champion Central Catholic, Weston Ranch found a reality check, losing 59-14. It probably could’ve been 80-0 if the Raiders wanted it to be.

Weston Ranch has its home VOL opener this week, but against Manteca (4-0, 1-0) a section contender whose defense has overachieved and whose offense is hitting its stride.

Can the Cougars’ offensive line give junior quarterback Terry Snipes and senior running back Erron Duncan enough space to drive the ball? We’ll see.

Can Lincoln find consistency?

The Trojans’ most impressive game of the season came just before their bye week, upsetting previously undefeated Modesto-Downey 34-29 on the road.

Now, Lincoln (2-2) has one more warm-up before Tri-City Athletic League play begins, entertaining Merced (1-3) at 7:15 p.m. Friday at Spanos Stadium.

Merced probably doesn’t have the firepower it did as the Div. I No. 4 seed last year, and Lincoln must find some offensive consistency.

Is Sonora vulnerable in the Mother Lode League?

Last  year, Sonora (4-1, 1-0 MLL) decimated everybody in the MLL, a combined 299-27 run with three shutouts.

Yet, the Wildcats were taken to overtime in a 28-26, MLL-opening win at Argonaut last week.

Calaveras (3-2, 1-0) hosts Sonora at 7:30 p.m. Friday in San Andreas, is on a three-game winning streak and has a guy in senior quarterback Dylan Byrd who can really sling the ball around the field.

We’ll see if the Redskins can give the Wildcats, ranked No. 10 in their division in the state by Cal-Hi Sports, a run.


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Players to Watch: Manteca at Weston Ranch

Manteca High quarterback Dakarai Charles, 8, runs against Sacramento in a Sac-Joaquin Section Division III quarterfinal last November at Guss Schmiedt Field. RECORD FILE PHOTO

The Weston Ranch football team is one of the great unknowns in the area.

After a 3-0 start, in which the Cougars obliterated Edison, Galt and Modesto-Grace Davis, we were left wondering just how good they were after beating up on inferior opponents. Well, Modesto-Central Catholic, a three-time defending state champion, gave Weston Ranch a rude awakening to Valley Oak League play, a 59-14 shellacking at Patton Field last week.

So, as Weston Ranch (3-1, 0-1 VOL) entertains Manteca (4-0, 1-0) in The Record’s Game of the Week at 7 p.m. Friday, we’ll see just how much talent, resiliency and potential the Cougars have. The Buffaloes, after all, just became the new No. 1 in my Prep Football Power Rankings. I’ll be at the game updating live on Twitter, but for now, here are two players to watch for both teams.


TERRY SNIPES (Weston Ranch QB, Jr.)

Snipes, a relative unknown for the Cougars, has shown some mettle early on. He fired five touchdown passes in a 52-0 rout of Grace Davis, and Weston Ranch needs his arm Friday to keep the Manteca defense off-balance.


Tijero is invaluable to the Buffaloes. He’s an unselfish player, and could be an obvious No. 1 receiver statistically, but Manteca likes to spread the ball around a little bit. He’s also a constant threat for an interception, so Snipes must keep Tijero in his sights.

ERRON DUNCAN (Weston Ranch RB, Sr.)

The scary thing about Weston Ranch’s start is, the lightning-quick Duncan hasn’t gone off for a monster game yet.

He’s always a threat for a triple-digit performance, and expect his workload to increase in a pivotal intra-district, VOL game.


Charles has not only proven to be an accurate quarterback and rushing threat, but is contributing on special teams.

He ran the opening kickoff 99 yards for a touchdown in Friday’s 62-0, VOL-opening win at Guss Schmiedt Field. Expect him to mix in and out with sophomore quarterback Gino Campiotti, something that will give defenses fits.


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