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CROSS COUNTRY

    The men and women's cross country teams had a bye last week. The women are ranked No.1 i n the poll of Sept. 25 of the Southen California Cross Country Rankings and the men's team is ranked No. 2 after being tied for third last week.

    Glendale competes in the Western State Conference Preview Meet Friday October 7 at at Leadbetter Beach in Santa Barbara at 3 pm. 

 WOMEN'S GOLF

         The GCC Women's Golf team for won it's third Western State Conference match of the season and second straight conference match Wednesday at the San Dimas Canyon Golf Course. The Lady Vaqs shot 316, three shots better then second place Santa Barbara with 319 with Bakersfield finishing third and College of the Canyons taking fourth.

        Vicanda Ma paced Glendale with a 78 as Hannah Lee and Pattraporn Silawanna each shot 79 and Thanawan Sriratchaya shot 80.

       Glendale competes in the North-South Tournament October 2-3 at the Morro Bay Golf Course.

WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL

      Glendale fell to Cuesta College 3-1, 14-25, 25-16, 25-18 and 25-22 last Wednesday and beat Ventura College 3-1, 25-16, 22-25, 25-11 and 26.24. Sara Kert led the Lady Vaqs with 20 kills and also had two team blocks. Laila Souktani had 40 assists and six service aces and Raquel Valenzuela had 49 disg. Amanda Sadia had three team blocks and two solo blocks, Yesenia Ortega had two solo blocks and Angela Gaignard had two team blocks.

    The Lady Vaqs opene up WSC play Wednesday at Santa Monica City College and then host West L.A. Friday at home. Both matches start at 7 pm. 

MEN'S SOCCER

     The Vaqueros tied Citrus 2-2 last Tuesday and fell at Santa Barbara 2-0 Friday. In the tie against Citrus, Harut Arzumanyan scored at 8:50 of the first half on an assist by Anton Forsberg to give Glendale a 1-0 lead. David Adamyan scored at the 68.17 mark in the game on a penalty kick to tie the game at 2-2. 

    Glendale, 1-6-2 overall and 0-1-1 in WSC play, hosts L.A. Mission College Tuesday at 7 pm at Sartoris Field and plays at Moorpark College at 4 pm Friday.

WOMEN'S SOCCER

    The Lady Vaqs lost to Citrus 2-0 last Tuesday and fell to L.A. Pierce 4-0 Friday. In the loss to Citrus last Tuesday, Glaydis Avila and Cecilia Martinez had the only shots on goal for Glendale and Priscilia Miranda had eight saves on goal.

     Glendale, 1-8 overall and 0-2 in WSC play, plays at College of the Canyons Tuesday at 4 pm and hosts West Los Angeles College Friday at 7 pm at Sartoris Field.

FOOTBALL

    Glendale fell to L.A. Valley College 30-21 Saturday to fall to 0-1 in American Division, Pacific Conference play and 0-5 overall. In the loss to Valley, Joseph Wiggan led Glendale with 98 yards rushing in 17 carries and caught one pass for four yards. Timothy Broughton ran for 81 yards and tow scores on 17 carries and Omar Sanchez-Barrera ran for 55 yards on 10 carries. Osa Aikhionbare ran a punt back 67 yards for a touchdown. Ivan Abarenov had four tackles and Daniel Cruz and Chris Schmidt had two tackles each.  

    The Vaqueros host L.A. Pierce College Saturday at Sartoris Field at 6 pm. The game was originally scheduled to be played at Pierce but its field is unavailable.

Last updated: 10/3/2011 12:07:05 PM