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The women's team captured their first meet title of the year last Friday at the Fresno Invitational and the men finished third in their race at Woodward Park. The women's team had a narrow victory of two points over Mt. San Antonio College, 50-52, with Riverside finishing third. The Glendale men totaled 137 points to finishe third behind meet winner American River College with 54 points and Orange Coast was second with 58 points.
For the women in the 5K race, Freshman Keri molt finished fourth overall in 19:21. Angela MArtinez was fifth in 19:30, Diana Sanchez was ninth in 19:34, Brianna Jauregui was 13th in 19:44 and Catlin Kelly was 21st in 20:06.
Sophomore Ricky Avila led the men's four-mile race for the first three miles and finished second in 20:59. Rico Gutierrez was 14th in 21:34, Neil Jones was 39th in 22:10, Nicholas Marquez was 41st in 22:12 and Miguel Flores was 57th in 22:21.
The Vaqueros compete in the Cuesta Invitational Saturday at Fairbanks Park in San Luis Obispo.
Glendale improved to 1-2-1 after tying Cypress College 2-2 last Tuesday and beating Fullerton College 1-0 last Friday.
The Vaqueros hosted Tuesday and Santiago Canyon College Friday. Both games start at 7:00 p.m. at Sartoris Field.
The Lady Vaqs dropped two of three matches last week and are now 2-4 this season. They lost to the defending state champions from Orange Coast Colleg in four games last wednesday 24-26, 25-13, 25-18, 25-21 and split a pair of matches in the Victor Valley Tournament last Saturday. They swept three games from Cal Lutheran University 25-16, 25-15, 25-18 and lost three games to Victro Valley 25-11, 25-13, 25-20
Glendale hosts Pasadena College Wednesday Sept. 15 at 6:00 p.m.
Glendale is 1-3 this season after falling to Moorpark College 3-1 last Tuesday and beating Allan Hancock College 8-2 last Friday.
The Lady Vaqs played at Rion Hondo Tuesday and has a bye Friday.
The Vaqs fell to 0-2 this season with a 39-22 loss to Golden West College Saturday in a non-conference game at Sartoris Field.
Freshman running back Antonio Bray had an outstanding game for Glendale as he accumulated almost 300 yards of yardage on kickoff returns and rushing and pass receiving including a 89-yard kickoff return for a touchdown. Jacob Meza and Jean Khajarian had 13 and 12 tackles each to pace the defense.
Glendale continues non-conference play Saturday with a 6:00 p.m. game at East Los Angeles College.
The Lady Vaqs had a bye last week and played Monday in Santa Barbara at Alisal Ranch. They host a match Monday September 20 at 11:00 a.m. at the Oakmont Country Club.