Manteca High’s Alexia Alva and Kamiyah Johnson provided much of the firepower at Tuesday’s non-league match against visiting Modesto.
The Buffalo girls soccer squad rolled to a 5-0 victory, improving to 12-1-1.
MHS coach Justin Coenenberg noted that his team had 28 shots at goal, with Alva scoring three times with an assist and Johnson adding two more scores coupled with an assist.
Corrine Jones chipped in with two assists against the Panthers (2-2).
Goal keeper Haylie Brasil had one save.
The Buffaloes controlled the game from the get-go, scoring three times in the first half.
They will to return to action on Dec. 27 against Patterson.
Sierra 8, Lathrop 2
The Timberwolves (7-3) cruised past visiting Lathrop Spartans (5-6-2) in non-league action on Tuesday.
Central Valley 3, East Union 2
The Lancers (12-3) suffered a tough non-league loss against the visiting CV Hawks (9-2-4). EU will travel to Turlock on Thursday.
Gregory 50, EU 41
Coming off back-to-back games, the Lancers (7-3) were outscored in the second half at Gregori (7-4) on Tuesday.
The Jaguars outscored EU in the third and fourth quarters, 28-17. The Lancers had a 24-21 halftime lead.
Nylah Dyson led EU with 14 points. Donnese Payne and Taylor Snaer added eight and six points, respectively.
EU 47, Pleasant Grove 33
Taylor Snaer and Nylah Dyson provided a one-two punch offensively against Pleasant Grove of Elk Grove at the Dalben Center on Monday.
Snaer netted 17 and Dyson finished with 16. Ava Barrera added five.
Coach Jim Agostini credited his team’s defense in the non-league win.
His Lancers were also efficient at the free throw line, connecting on 17 of 22 from the line during the game.
In the second half, EU iced the game by hitting 11 of 14 free throws.
The Lancers will travel to Beyer on Thursday.
Manteca 72, Lodi 50
The Buffaloes (8-2) used a balanced attack Tuesday at Lodi.
Included were four players scoring in double figures – Santiago Sanders (14), Noah Lyons (14) Ramesh Kabiri (12) and Peyton Neiman (11) – and Elijah Nelson (nine points, seven rebounds) with a near double-double.
Manteca jumped out to a 19-13 first-quarter lead, building that up to 37-23 at the intermission. Going into the fourth, the Buffaloes had a 59-35 cushion.
Lodi 56, Manteca 38
The Buffaloes got eight points each from Blake Glasgow and Harp Mehrok in the loss.
Johan Peringelli chipped in with six points.