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Glendale improved to 18-11 overall and 9-7 in the Western State Conbferecne Southern Division with three wins last week. They beat College of the Canyons 12-7 last Tuesday and 5-4 Thursday and came from behind to beat Est Los Angeles College 8-7 Saturday. They are tied for second in the WSC South. In the win over Canyons last Tuesday, Freshman Matt McCAllister had three hits, scored two runs and had two RBI including a home run in support of starter and winning pitcher Ryan Sherriff. Ellis Whitman also homered and had two hits, scored twice and had two RBI and Sako Chapjian and John Schwere also had a pair of base knocks.
The Vaqueros play at West L.A. Tuesday and host Pierce Thursday at Stengel Field. Both games start at 2:30 p.m. They play at Pierce Saturday at 1:00 p.m.
TRACK & FIELD
The Vaqueros competed in the Mt. SAC Relays Saturday and had some outstanding results.
For the men, Neil Jones took first in the 1500 meters in a personal best time of 3:54.09 and also took fifth in the 800 meters in 155.62. Ricky Avila was second in the 3000-meter steeplechase in a personal best time of 9:28.68 and Erick Lopez was also fifth in the same race in a personal best time of 10:02.50. Avila alos took 15th in the 800 in 1:58.04, Ramon Robles was 18th in the same race in 1:59.26, Harold Tabora was 23rd in 2:01.30 and Adrian Anderson was 24th in 2:06.15. Trent Adamas was 17th in the men's 400 in 50.94, Arthur Papazyan was 14th in the 400 hurdles ina a personal best time of 56.20 and the 4 x 100 relay team of Patrick Donague, Trent Adams, Trey Williams and Rbert Weathers finsihed ninth in 42.86. The 4 x 400 relay team of Weathers, Adams, Anderson and Tabora finished 11th in 3:23.62.
For the women, Alyssa Selve was second in the 1500 meters in a personal best time of 4:42.02 and fifth in the 800 meters in a perosnla best time of 2:20.34. Karen Rosas was third in the 1500 in a personal best time of 4:43.69 and ninth in the 800 in 2:23.58. Carissa Porter was fourth in the 100 meters in 12.26 and sixth in the 200 meters in 25.14. Catlin Kelly was fourth in the 3000-meter steeplechase in 11:38.95 and Diana Sanchez was fifth in the same race in a personal best time of 11:39.90 and Angela MArtinez was ninth in 12:15.25. The women's 4 x 400 relay team of Jennifer Dowty, Porter, Rita Assoian and Laura Pluemer was seventh in a personal best time of 4:09.08. Dowty was 11th in the 400 meters in a perosnal best time of 59.45 and Assoian was 22nd in the same race in 1:03.58.Vivian Ochoa was ninth in the 5000 meters in 18:45.49 and Cecilla Nicolas was 19th in the same race in 19:29.07. Pleumer was 14th in the 800 2:25.79 and Krintine Kaneichi was 18th in the same race in 2:26.49. Kaneichi was also 17th in the 1500 meters in a perosnal best time of 5:01.52 and Pleumer was 20th in the same race in 5:04.10.
The Glendale men and women compete in the Brian Clay Invitational Friday at 9:00 a.m. at Asusa Pacific University.
The Vaqueros finished second last Monday in a WSC match at Elkins Ranch Golf Course in Fillmore. Glendale carded a team total of 369, six shots behind match winner College of the Canyons with a 363. Freshman Chris Ramirez tied for first with a 70 and Michael Timpson and Brennan Amirkhizi both shot 73 for the Vaqueros. Vincent Lam shot 76 and Aaron Fernandez shot 77.
Glendale competes in a WSC match Monday hosted by Bakersfield College at the Rio Braco Country Club and hosts the final WSC match of the year Monday April 18 at the Oakmont Country Club at 11:00 a.m.
The Vaqueros cancelled the match against Colleg of the Desert last Tuesday and were rained out Thursday against Bakersfield. They are 8-8 overall and 4-3 in WSC play.
Glemdale competes in the WSC Tournament Friday and Saturday at Ventura College.
The Lady Vaqs dropped three conference games last week and are 5-6 in the WSC Blue Division and 10-20 overall. They lost to Citrus College 3-2 in a make up game from March 22 and dropped a doubleheader against Bakersfield College last Thursday, 6-1 in game #1 and 5-4 in game #2. In the second game loss to BAkersfield, Brandy Morin had four hits and Samantha Dickens, Nancy Pinedo and Brittni Spear alo had two hits.
Glendale plays at Santa Monica College Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. and plays at Citrus College in a doubleheader Thursday at 1 and 3 p.m.
Glendale is now 4-10 overall and 2-8 in WSC play after beating Allan Hancock College 6-3 last Tuesday and losing to Bakersfield 5-4 Thursday. In ther win over Hancock, Glendale had five wins in singles with Sevana Zargarian, Samantha Sismundo, Sindi Conebida, Phoebe Minette and Mayra Alvarez all victorious as well as the doubles team of Zargarian and Sismundo.
The Lady Vaqs compete in the WSC Tournament Friday and Saturday at Ventura College.