Vaqueros Sports Summaries


The Vaqueros record is now to 7-3-1 and 1-0 in the Western State Conference with a loss to Canyons 4-0 on Oct. 4. The Vaqueros got a pair of wins last week, 5-1 over Mission Sept. 27 and 2-1 over Santa Monica Sept. 30 in their WSC opener. In the win over Mission , Janet De Lao had three goals and Jennifer Barrientos and Melody Mawhinney had one goal each.

The Vaqueros host Pierce Oct. 7 at Sartoris Field at 7p.m.


The Glendale men took first and the women finished third in the Bakersfield Invitational Friday. The men’s team scored 58 points to head the field behind a fourth place finish by Luis Castenada over the four-mile course in 20:51. Preston Richardson was eighth in 21:07, Ivan Perez was 10th in 21:23, Joseph Lopez was 16th in 21:45 and Alberto Ramos was 20th in 22:07.

Liliana Hernandez was the top finisher in the women’s three-mile race with a time of 19:37. Maribel Cespedes was next in 11th place, Ana Rodriguez finished 15th, Maria Castaneda was 18th and Leticia Camacho was 22nd.

The Vaqueros compete in WSC meet #1 Oct. 7 at Canyons.


The Vaqueros won their second straight game Saturday 33-21 over Harbor College at Sartoris Field. Now 3-2 overall and 2-1 in the WSC South, Glendale turned a 14-7 deficit into 33-14 lead before Harbor scored again in the fourth quarter.
The Vaqs gained 401 of their 443 yards on the ground and were led by running backs Jamal Rashad, who rushed for 195 yards and two touchdowns on 26 carries and Brandon McCullough, who gained 171 yards and scored once on 25 carries.

Quarterback Steve Martinez connected with Darion Donnelly for a 34-yard touchdown pass in the first quarter.

Defensively, the charge was led by Jason Bonwell who led the team with 13 tackles, five sacks for a loss and three hurries. Matt Patterson had 11 tackles and intercepted a pass.

Glendale is off this week with a bye and returns to the field on Oct. 15 with a road game at Pierce College at 1 p.m.


The Vaqueros tied both their games last week and are now 1-6-3 overall and 0-0-2 in WSC play. They tied Santa Barbara 0-0 Sept.27 in their WSC opener and tied Oxnard 2-2 Friday.
Glendale plays at Mission Friday at 2 p.m.


The Vaqueros record dropped to 0-7, a three-game loss to Santa Ana College last Wednesday. The scores were 30-19, 30-28 and 30-14.
Glendale plays at Oxnard Oct. 7 and hosts Hancock on Oct. 11. Both games start at 7 p.m.