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Glendale continued its winning ways Saturday as the men and women's team won their team races and individual events Saturday at the Cuesta Invitational in San Luis Obispo. The women were paced by individual meet winner Brianna Jauregui, who won the 3.1 mile race in 19:21.60 as the Lady Vaqs swept places one through four. Ricky Avila was the meet winner for the men over the four mile course in 21:21.40 as they swep place one through three.
For the women, Jauregui paced the team victory with 17 points as Cuesta fdinished second with 57 points and Saddleback was third with 61 in the team competition. Diana Sanchez was the second place finsher in 19:33.80, Angela Martinez was third in 19:52.20, Catlin Kelly was fourth in 19:58 and Alyssa Selve was eighth in 20:43.20.
Avia, a sophomore, paced the men to victory with 21 points ahead of second place Cuesta with 55 and third place Sequoias was third with 70. Rico Gutierrez was second in 21:48.40, Miguel Flores was third in 22:35.30, Michel Noris was eighth in 23:04.40 and Nicholas Marquez was ninth in 23:05.60.
Glendale competes in the Western State Conference Preview Meet Friday at 3:30 p.m. at Oxnard College.
The Lady Vaqs fell to 2-5 this season with a three game home loss to Pasadena City College last Wednesday, 25-19, 25-11 and 25-21. Jessica Alvarez led Glendale with 10 kills, four digs and two service aces and Roxanne Domines added eight assists.
Glendale starts its interdivisional round of play this week with games at Moorpark College Tuesday at 6:00 p.m. and host Oxnard College Friday at 7:00 p.m.
Glendale fell to Irvine Valley 4-0 last Tuesday and tied Santiago Canyon College 1-1 Friday and is now 1-3-2 this season. The Vaqs have a bye Tuesday and host Orange Coast College Friday at 7:00 p.m.
In a WSC match last Monday September 13 hosted by Citrus College, the Lady Vaqs finished fourth in team competion with 351 strokes behind match winner College of the Canyons with 312. Tammy Panich was the low medalist for Glendale with 80, Louise Wright shot 84, Imelda Treto shot 86 and Diana Hernandez shot 101.
Glendale hosts a WSC match Monday Sept. 20 at the Oakmont Country Club
The Lady Vaqs fell to 3-1 last Tuesday and had a bye Friday and are now 1-4 this season. They host West Los Angels College at 7:00 p.m. Tuesday and Oxnard at 5:00 p.m. Friday at Sartoris Field
Glendale fell to 0-3 this season with a 33-13 loss to East Los Angeles College Saturday.
The Vaqueros finish their non-conference schedule Saturday with a 6:00 p.m. game at Allan Hancock College in Sant Maria.