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The men and women's cross country teams and runners Mizrael Mendez and Karen Rosas won Western State Conference team and individual titles Tuesday at the WSC Finals at Fairbanks Park in San Luis Obispo.
The Glendale women had 18 points with Moorpark taking second with 68 points and Cuesta was third with 68. The Glendale men won with 40 points with L.A. Valley taking second with 68 points and Cuesta was third with 94.
The women won it's seventh straight title, a conference record, as six runners finished in the top-10 over the 3.1 mile course, led by Rosas in a time of 18:30. Alyssa Selve finished second in 18.34.5, Angela Martinez was fourth in 18:57.4, Grace Graham-Zamudio was fifth in 19:14.5, Nohemi Martinez was sixth in 19:17.9 and Cecilia Nicolas was 10th in 19:52.
The men won it's four straight title with Mendez akinf first over the four-mile course in 21:20.6. Alex Nelson was seventh in 21:55, Jesus Gutierrez was ninth in 22:01.4, Issac Diosdoda was 10th in 22:01.7, Nicholas Marquez was 13th in 22:08.1 and Yeltsen Vasquez was 18th in 22:20.
Glendale competes next in the Southern California Regionals Nov. 4 at Cucamonga-Gusti Park in Ontario and at the state meet Nov. 18 at Woodward Park in Fresno.
The women's golf team for won the Western State Conference Neutral Site match Monday at Twin Oaks Golf course in San Marcos. The nine-team match featured schools from the WSC and Foothill Conferences. Glendale took team honors with a low score of 305 with College of the Canyons taking second with a 308 and Palomar College was third with 310.
The Lady Vaqueros can clinch their first ever league team title with a first or second place finish at the 36-hole WSC finals Sunday and Monday Oct. 30-31 at Olivas Links Golf Course in Ventura.
Pattaporn Silawanna tied for low medalist honors for Glendale with a 72. Thanawan Sriratchaya shot 75, Hannah Lee shot 77 and Vicanda Ma carded an 81.
The Lady Vaqs split a pair confernce matches last week and are now 3-4 in WSC play and 8-12 overall. They lost to College of the Canyons 3- 0 in games by the scores of 25-19, 25-19 and 25-11 and beat Santa Monica City College 3-2 in games last Friday by the scores of 25-19, 16-25, 25-14, 20-25 and 15-10. In the win over Santa monica, Sara Kert had 16 kills and three solo blocks and Laila Souktani had 36 assist and five service aces. Raquel Valenzuela had 29 digs, Cami Martin had three solo blocks and three team blocks and Angela Gaignard had three team blocks.
Glendale plays at West L.A. College Wednesday and at Los Angeles Pierce College next Friday. Both matches start at 7 pm.
Glendale dropped a pair of games last week to fall to 3-12-2 overall and 2-7-1 in WSC play. They lost to Santa Barbara City College 4-0 last Tuesday and fell to L.A. Mission College 7-3 last Friday.
The Vaqueros host Moorpark Tuesday at 7 pm and play at College of the Canyons Friday at 4 pm.
The Lady Vaqs lost a papir of games last week to fall to 1-14-1 overall and 0-8-1 in WSC play.They fell to L.A. Pierce College 5-0 last Tuesday and lost to Canyons 3-0 last Friday.
The Lady Vaqs play at Santa Monica City College Tuesday at 4 pm and host Bakersfield College Friday at 7 pm at Sartoris Field.
Glendale got in the win column for the first time this season with a 38-17 win over Santa Barbara City College Saturday and re 1-7 and 1-4 in conference play this season. sophomore quarterback Kevein Hunter passed for 145 yrads on 10 of 18 and Timothy Broughtone added 98 yards to toal offense, 60 yards rushing on 11 carries on the ground with one score and 38 yards receiving on four catches. Joe Wigganrushed for 97 yards on 22 carries and two touchdowns and Omar Barrera-Sanchez added 37 yards rushing on 11 carries and one touchdown. Defensively, Osa Aikhionbare had eight tackles, Nick Leon had seven and Matt Lopez and Kevin Martinez had six each.
The Vaqs host Santa Monica City College Saturday at 7 pm at Sartoris Field.