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The men and women's teams had a bye last week and run next in the Western State Conference championships Tuesday at Crescenta Valley Park in La Crescenta. The men have won 10 of the last 13 confernce titles and are the defending champs and the women have won a conference record five straight.
The conference championship is the first of the last three big meets of the year with the Southern California championships taking place Saturday Nov. 6 in San Diego and the state championships are Saturday Nov. 20 in Fresno. The GCC women are the defending state champs and the men finished third last year.
Tammy Panich continued her winning ways for the Lady Vaqs by sharing low medalsit honors by shooting a 78 last Monday as Glendale finished fifth in team competition in a WSC match hosted by College of the Canyons at TPC Valencia. Imelda Treto carded an 87 and Diana Hernandez shot 97.
Glendale plays a WSC match Monday at a neutral site.
The Lady Vaqs dropped a pair of conference matches last week to fall to 5-12 overall and 1-5 in WSC play. The fell to Canyons last Tuesday 3-1 by the scores of 25-17, 23-25, 25-13 and 25-18 and lost to Citrus 3-1 Friday by the scores of 25-18, 25-22, 17-25 and 25-13. In the loss Canyons, Jessica Alvarez led Glendale with 17 kills and eight digs and Roxy Domines added 28 assists, service ace and one solo block. Raquel Valenzuela had 13 digs abd Sara Kert had two team blocks.
Glendale has a bye Tuesday and plays at Bakersfield Friday at 7:00 p.m.
Glendale is now 2-5-1 in WSC play and 4-10-1 overall after losing to L.A. Pierce 3-1 last Tuesday and tying Bakersfield 1-1 Friday
The Lady Vaqs host Citrus Tuesday and Santa Monica Friday at Sartoris Field. Both games start at 7:00 p.m.
Glendale dropped to 3-8-4 overall and 2-5-1 in WSC play after dropping a pair of conference games last week, 2-1 to L.A. Mission Tuesday and 6-1 to Allan Hancock Friday.
The Vaqs play at Moorpark Tuesday and Canyons Friday. Both matches start at 4:00 p.m.
The Vaqs fell to West L.A. 26-24 on a last second field goal and are now 0-3 in the Pacific Conference of the American Division and 0-7 overall. Quarterback Steven Batista passed for 221 yards on 16 of 25 and one touchdown and Patrick Donahue caught five passes for 91 yards and one score. Omar Sanchez-Berrera rushed for 83 yards onb 15 carries and Joshua Nakamoto scored tow touchdown and rushed for 62 yards and 12 carries. Ra'Shan Harper paced the defense with seven solo tackles and nine total and Jermaine Shamburger added seven tackles.
Glendale plays ist final home game of the year Saturday at 7:00 p.m. at Sartoris Field against Santa Barbara City College.