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CROSS COUNTRY

        The men and women's team had an outstanding day running in the Orange Coast College Classic Saturday. The women's team finished first with 27 points over the 3.1 mile course with Orange Coast College taking second with 66 points and Clark University was third with 83 points. Karen Rosas led Glendale with a first-pace finish for the second straight week with a time of 18:05.47. Alyssa selve was secondi n 18:08.92, Angela Martinez was fourth in 18:18.77, Laura Pluemer was ninth in 18:44.94 and Grace Graham-Zamudio was 11th in 18:47.53.

    For the men who finished third in the team race with 84 points behind San Bernardino Valley College with 43 points and Orange Coast was second with 66. Mizrael Mendez took first over the four-mike course in 20:21.40. Jesus Gutierrez was fifth in 20:43. 22, Kurt Lutz was 15th in 21:05.14, Nicholas Marquez was 29th in 21:24.33 and Issac Diosdado was 34th in 21:29.74 and Alec Nelson was 35th in 21:30.55.

   Glendale competes in the Golden West

WOMEN'S GOLF

      Glendale shot 325 last Monday to finish second at a Western State Confernce match hosted by Santa Barbara City College at the Santa Barbara Golf Course. College of the Canyons was the team winner with a 321. Freshman Pattraporn Silawanna shot a four-over par 76 to lead the Lady Vaqs. Hannah Lee shot 81 and Vicanda Ma and Diana Hernandez shot 84s to pace Glendale.

    The Lady Vaqs compete in a WSC match Monday hosted by Bakersfield College at River Lakes Golf Course.  

VOLLEYBALL

   The Lady Vaqs are now 3-6 after splitting four matches last weekend in the San Diego Mesa Tournament. They swept Cerritos in the first match Friday 25-17, 25-23 and 25-15 and then beat Antelope Valley 25-20, 19-25, 25-12 and 25-22. In Saturday's play, Glendale fell to El Camino 25-15, 25-16 and 28-26 and then fell in five games to Long Beach City College 16-25, 25-21, 23-25, 25-18 and 15-9. In thw win over Antelope Valley, Cami Martin led Glendale with 17 kills and six team blocks. Laila Souktani had 40 assists and three service aces and Sara Kert had six xolo blocks and two solo blocks. Yessenia Ortega had four service aces and Angela Gaignard had two solo blocks.

    Glendale plays at Antelope Valley College Wednesday at 5:30 and hosts Imperial Valley College Friday at 5 pm.

MEN'S SOCCER

    Glendale is 1-3-1 after tying Fullerton 2-2 last Tuesday and losing to Santiago Canyon College 2-1 Friday.

    The Vaqueros play at Irvine Valley College Tuesday at 3 pm and play at Orange Coast College Friday at 1 p.m.

WOMEN'S SOCCER

    The Lady Vaqs fell to 1-5 after drpopping three non-conference games last week. They fell to Rio Hondo College 1-0 last Tuesday, lost to Allan Hancock College 5-0 last Friday and fell to Cuesta college 5-3 Saturday.

    Glendale has a bye Tuesday and plays at Oxnard College Friday at 4 pm.

FOOTBALL 

    Glendale is now 0-3 after falling to East Los Angeles College 48-17 Saturday at Sartosis Field. Joseph Wiggan led the rushing attack with 86 yards on nine carries and two touchdowns including a 50-yard run. Kevein Hunter passed for 137 yards on 11 of 22 and Darren Morrwo caught six passes for 74 yards. Scoot Plescia led the defensive effort with 12 tackles and Osa Aikhionbare and Travon Carpenter had 11 tackles each.

    The Vaqueros host Allan Hancock College Saturday at 6:00 p.m. at Sartoris Field.

Last updated: 9/19/2011 2:35:23 PM