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The men and women's cross country team posted solid results Friday at the Foothill Invitational meet in Ontrario. The women's solidified its No. 1 ranking with a first place finish with 34 points follwed by Mt. SAC with 50 points to finish second and Moorpark was third with 104 points. For the men, Glendale finished second with 53 points behind meet winner San Bernardino Valley with 37 and Riverside was third with 67 points.
Sophomre Briann Jauregui paced the Lad Vaqs with a second place finish over the 3.1 mile course in 17:42. Angela Martinez was sixth in 18:14, Keri molt was eighth in 18:20, Alyssa Selve was ninth in 18:28 and Dianna Sanchez was 12th in 18:37.
Sophomores Ricky Avila and Rico Gutierrez took fifth and sixth respectively over the four mile course in 20:13 and 20:25. Miguel Flores was 13th in 20:52, Neil Jones was 29th in 21:11 and Nicholas Marquez was 30th in 21:29.
The cross country teams compete in the Southern California Preview meet Saturday October 9 at Mission Bay Park in San Diego.
Glendale split a pair of matches last week and are now 4-7 overall this season. They beat Cuesta in an exciting five-game match last Tuesday 15-25, 25-22, 25-19, 17-25 and 15-12. Jessica Alvarez led the Lady Vaqs with 26 kills, two service aces and two solo blocks. Roxy Domines added 36 assists, two team blocks and one solo block and Ana Flores had 15 digs.
The Lady Vaqs start Western State Conference play this week by hosting Bakersfield College Tuesday and Santa Monica Friday. Both matches start at 7:00 p.m. in the Verdugo Gym.
The Lady Vaqs finished fourth in a WSC match last Monday hosted by Bakersfield College at Alisal Ranch. Glendale's four golfers carded a 342, two strokes behinbd Santa Barbara for third at 340 and just behind match winner College of the Canyons with 323 and Bakersfield in second with 331. Tammy Panich was the low medalist for Glendale and tied for second overall with a 77. Louise Wright shot 82, Diana Hernandez shot 90 and Imelda Treto shot 93.
By averaging 79 over three confernce matches, Tammy Panich holds down the No. 1 spot as the WSC's top golfer. Louise Wright is No. 9 averaging 83.67, Imelda Treto is No. 18 averaging 90.50 and Diana Hernandez is No. 20 averaging 91.
Glendale compets in a tournament in Morro Bay Sunday and Monday.
Glendale split a pair of WSC matches last week and are 2-4-3 overall and 1-1 in WSC play. They fell to Allan Hancock 6-0 last Tuesday and beat Moorpark 1-0 Friday.
The Vaqueros host College of the Canyons Tuesday and Santa Barbara City College Friday. Both matches start at 7:00 p.m. at Sartoris Field.
The Lady Vaqs dropped a pair of WSC matches last week to fall to 2-7 overall and 0-2 in WSC play. They fell to Bakersfield 2-0 last Tuesday and 2-0 to Citrus Friday.
Glendale plays at Santa Monica Tuesday at 4:00 p.m. and hosts Los Angeles Mission College Friday at 5:00 p.m. at Sartoris Field.
Glendale fell to Los Angeles Valley College 27-21 Saturday in its American Confernce Pacific Division opener. Joshua Nakamoto rushed for 113 yards on 16 carries and scored a touchdown and Patrick Donahue caught three passes for 55 yards and two scores. Quarterback Steven Batista passed for 143 yards and two touchdowns on 13 of 22. Charles Hendricks led the defensive effort with 14 tackles, 10 solo.
The Vaqueros host Los Angeles Pierce College Saturday at 6:00 p.m. at Sartoris Field.