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Kings’ Energy Fades Against Clippers

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Story and photos by Dan Rogers

STOCKTON – The temperatures during the winter months seems to drop by the minute once the sun goes down, and something similar seemed to happen to the hometown Kings in their 106-91 loss to the G-League Agua Caliente Clippers Friday night at Stockton Arena.

The Kings began the game by running out to 8-0 & 19-8 leads, led by returning center Emanuel Terry, who just completed a 3-game appearance with the NBA’s Phoenix Suns. Emanuel’s high-energy play was punctuated with a powerful dunk, that brought the Kings bench to their feet. However, the Kings seemed to lose that energy and edge and watched as their shots stopped falling, and the Clippers took the lead and extended it throughout the game.

The Agua Caliente Clippers were led by guard Nate Darling with 28 points and Center Moses Wright chipped with 18 for the victorious visitors.

Stockton point guard Jahmi’us Ramsey, returning from a stint with Sacramento, led all Kings scorers with 23 points, while Terry finished with 14 points and 14 rebounds. Stockton couldn’t regain their shooting touch from the first quarter, and ended the game shooting 37% from the field.

The Kings will travel to Santa Cruz on Monday for a Martin Luther King Day game against the Warriors. The kings will return home on Thursday, January 20th to face the Sioux Falls Sky Force. Game time is 7:00PM.

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Hughson Steals Homecoming Show Against Escalon

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On a night where Escalon celebrated its Homecoming, as well as the life of one it’s most important people, the precision passing and ferocious defense of the Hughson Huskies shoved and bullied their way to a 29-14 win at Lloyd Engel Field in Escalon.

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Enochs Runs Past Central Valley

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Central Valley Junior QB Darrius Jackson(11) scrambles from the pocket as Enochs Safety Skyler McCauley moves in for the tackle. Enochs won the game 31-6.

Story and photos contributed by Dan Rogers.

Enochs Junior running back Aiden Muhammad ran for 184 yards and 2 touchdowns, and the Enochs defense kept the Central Valley High School offense shut down for most of the game in a 31-6 Enochs victory at Dan Gonzales Field in the CVTV Prep Game of the Week.

Enochs Junior Running Back Aiden Muhammad shakes off a defender for a big gain on his way to 184 rushing yards. Enochs won the game, 31-6.

Muhammad got started early against Central Valley, scoring twice by halftime, one by catching a 9-yard pass from Senior QB Adam Amman. Amman completed only 4 passes all game, but 3 of those went for touchdowns. It was that kind of night, as Enochs reached halftime with a 28-0 lead.

The second half mostly showcased each team’s defense, the two exceptions being a touchdown drive by Central Valley in the 3rd, capped by a nice catch and run by Anthony Ramirez from 32 yards out. Senior kicker Jordan Rogers converted a 40-yard field goal to close out the scoring.

Senior Kicker/Punter Jordan Rogers scores 3 for Enochs with a 40-yard field goal. The Eagles won the game 31-6 over Central Valley High.

The loss drops Central Valley, who was coming off a thrilling win against Ceres last week, to 1-3. Both Central Valley and Enochs(2-2) head into their bye weeks with contests against Golden Valley and Oakdale respectively next Friday.

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