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Julius Thomas

Sport: Football

High School: Tokay

Professional: Denver Broncos/National Football League

   Thomas, a tight end, caught a 3-yard touchdown pass from Peyton Manning in the Broncos’ 26-20 overtime loss to the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks. Thomas, a Pro Bowl tight end, has 14 catches for 160 yards and five touchdowns this season.

Regan Porteous

Sport: Soccer

High School: St. Mary’s

College: Cal-State Monterey Bay

   Porteous had a shot on goal and an assist in the Lady Otters’ 2-0 win over UC-Santa Cruz and added two more shots on goal and scored a goal on a header in a 3-0 win over Dominican University.

Joey Silva

Sport: Football

High School: Tokay

College: Greenville

   Silva, a linebacker, recorded seven tackles, including six solo, as well as a quarterback sack for a six-yard loss in Greenville’s 30-27 win over Eureka on Saturday.

Jessica Malcolm

Sport: Volleyball

High School: Lodi

College: Cal-State Monterey Bay

   Malcolm had 14 kills, seven digs, a block and a service ace in a 3-1 win over Cal-State Stanislaus. She added eight digs, six kills, a service ace and a blocked shot in a 3-1 loss to Chico State.

Javi Munoz

Sport: Soccer

High School: Galt

College: Sacramento State

   Munoz, a sophomore defender, started and went the distance in a pair of 1-0 losses to Grand Canyon State and Air Force last week.

Kacie Ring

Sport: Soccer

High School: Tokay

College: UC Santa Cruz

   Ring started at midfield and went the distance in a 2-0 loss to Cal-State Monterey Bay and did the same in a 6-1 loss to Cal-State Stanislaus.

Jessica Raybe

Sport: Soccer

High School: Lodi

College: Arizona State

   Raybe, a freshman forward, started and played 38 minutes in a 2-0 win over Cal-State Northridge.

Ryan Mattheus

Sport: Baseball

High School: Galt

Professional: Washington Nationals

   Mattheus, a relief pitcher, made one appearance for the Nationals since being called up in September from the minors. He tossed 2/3 of an inning against the Atlanta Braves and allowed no runs on one hit with one strikeout.

Arianna Brusa

Sport: Volleyball

High School: Tokay High

College: William Jessup University

   Brusa, a junior defensive specialist for William Jessup, had two aces and three digs in a three-set loss to Vanguard, and five digs and two aces in a loss to Menlo.

Do you know of a local athlete that has continued playing at the college or pro levels? If so, the News-Sentinel encourages you (parents, coaches, athletes and anyone else) to update us on how these former athletes are doing. We'd like to update our readers as often as possible. You can reach the News-Sentinel sports department by phone at 369-7035 or by e-mail at sports@lodinews.com.


What would you like to see in Lodi's parks?

Lodi's Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department is hosting a public workshop at 7 p.m. at Hutchins Street Square to find out how it can better meet the needs of the community. What would you like to see in Lodi's parks?

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