George Bozovich knows what is going through a wrestler’s mind when it comes to losing and gaining weight.
Lodi resident Amanda Allen spent her youth chasing soccer balls around the field but now she’s raised the bar and is competing in powerlifting competitions around the country.
SHINGLE SPRINGS — For the second time in seven days, the Lodi High girls tennis made a trip eastbound Highway 50 to play a top-seed in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division II team playoffs.
With Saturday’s Sac-Joaquin Section Sub-Section meet in the books, three local varsity cross country teams are moving on, along with another few runners.
GALT — Kade Koepplin and Aidan Carr had big plays on defense and offense respectively for the Liberty Ranch High football team in the second half of their Sac-Joaquin Section Division V playoff game.
The eighth-seeded Lodi High girls water polo team’s playoff journey ran aground on Thursday in an 18-4 loss to No. 1 Davis.
The plan for the Pitman High water polo team coming into Wednesday’s Sac-Joaquin Section playoff opener against seventh-seeded Lodi was simple: stop Victor Plunkett.
LODI — The World of Wonders Science Museum closed abruptly Friday and announced it would remain closed Today. The museum said unforeseen circumstances caused the closure, which also canceled the Punkin Chunkin event.
Friday’s Dairy Bowl started rough and ended rough for the Liberty Ranch football team, but the Hawks held on for a 35-28 victory over cross-town rival Galt.
Members of the Lodi and Tokay football teams met prior to their cross-town and Tri-City Athletic League regular season finale at Hubbard Field today.
The Sac-Joaquin Section released its tennis brackets on Tuesday, and the Division II bracket had No. 10 Lodi traveling to No. 7 Stagg High on Monday in the first round.
The Lodi High girls water polo team already had second place in the Tri-City Athletic League, but the Flames put an exclamation mark on that finish with Tuesday’s 12-2 victory over cross-town rival Tokay.
In preparation for Friday’s Tri-City Athletic League football game at Hubbard Field, the Lodi and Tokay varsity football teams will be holding a first-ever luncheon Wednesday that is open to the public.
The Liberty Ranch football team’s playoff hopes took a dent with Friday’s 28-7 loss to Rosemont at Hawk Stadium — but it’s not time to stick a fork in the Hawks yet.
The Lodi High tandem of Johnna Schroeder and Benedetta Piotti captured the doubles championship at the Tri-City Athletic League tournament on Friday at the In-Shape Marina in Stockton.
The Lodi High junior varsity football team is one win away from a perfect season following Friday’s 33-15 victory over visiting Tracy at the Grape Bowl.
Lodi’s Johnna Schroeder advanced to the semifinals at the Tri-City Athletic League individual girls tennis singles tournament on Thursday at In Shape Marina in Stockton.
The Elliot Christian High volleyball fell in straight sets to Stone Ridge Christian in a Central California Athletic Alliance match on Tuesday; the final scores were 25-8, 25-8, 25-9.
Accomplishments: Playing with the best led to Amelia Garibaldi finishing with one of her best golf scores in her young high school career.
The Lodi High girls golf team, fresh off of a Tri-City Athletic League championship, fell short of moving on at the Sac-Joaquin Section Division Tournament on Monday.