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The men and women's cross country team posted outstanding results Friday at the Santa Barbara Invitational meet. The women's team won their race with 36 points ahead of Orange Coast with 49 points in second place and Trade Tech was third with 83. For the men, Glendale was fourth with 84 points and San Bernardino Valley College was the meet winner with 42, Orange Coast was second with 60 and Trade Tech was third with 80 points.
Freshman Angela Martinez paced the Lady Vaqs to victory with a second place overall finish in 20:45.09 over the 3.1 mile course. Alyssa Seleve was sixth in 21:00.96, Dianna Sanchez was ninth in 21:06.65, Brianna Jauregui was 11th in 21:11.58 and Ceciliua Nichols was 12th in 21:13.44.
Sophomore Rico Gutierrez was the top men's finisher over the four mile course in 21:54.28 to finihs second overall. Ricky Avila was fourth in 21:59.29, Michel Noris was 30th in 23:04.87, Nicholas Marquez was 32nd in 23:07.79 and Miguel Flores was 35th in 21:13.1.
Glendale has a bye this week and competes next Tuesday Octobre 26 in the Western State Conference Championships at Crescenta Valley Park in La Crescenta.
The Lady Vaqs claimed a share of their first tournament win in school history last Monday when they tied College of the Canyons for first place in a WSC tournament hosted by Citrus College at Marshall Canyon Golf Course in La Verne. Glendale shot a school record low score of 327 to share the win and were led by sophomore Tammy Panich, who broke her own school record to take individual honors by six strokes with a 71, as she birdied her last four holes. Louise Wright shot 84, Imelda trento shot 85 and Diana Hernandez shot 87 to round out the scoring for Glendale.
Glendale competes in WSC match Monday at TPC Glendale hosted by College of the Canyons.
Glendale split a pair of WSC matches last week and is now 5-10 overall and 1-3 in conference play. They swept West L.A. College in three games last Tuesday 25-8, 25-18 and 25-10 and were swetp by L.A. Pierce 25-17, 25-14 and 25-17. Cindy Sevilla led Glendale with 10 kills in the win over West L.A. and also added five digs andf two solo blocks. Roxy Domines had 21 assists, four service aces and one solo block and Sara Kert had six service aces and one team block.
The Lady Vaqs host College of the Canyons Tuesday and play at Citrus College Friday. Both matches start at 7:00 p.m.
Glendale split a pair of conference matches last week and is now 4-9 overall and 2-4 in WSC play. They beat L.A. Valley College 10-0 last Tuesday and fell to College of the Canyons 2-0 Friday.
The Lady Vaqs host L.A. Pierce Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. and Bakersfield Friday at 5:00 p.m.
The Vaqs fell to Oxnard 6-1 last Tuesday and beat Citrus 2-1 Friday and are now 2-3-1 in WSC and 3-6-4 overall.
They play at L.A. Mission Tuesday and at Allan Hancock Friday. Both matches start at 4:00 p.m.
Glendale had a bye Saturday and then play at West L.A. Saturday at 1:00 p.m.