Bi-Weekly Vaquero Sports


It was a clean sweep for
the men’s and women’s
teams as both squads were
victorious in the team portion
of the Santa Barbara
Invitational on Oct. 15. The
men won their portion of the
meet with 52 points, their
third victory in a row, and the
women won their team title
with 53 points. Luis
Castenada led the way for the
men over the four-mile
course in 20:08.02 to finish
fourth overall. Ivan Perez
was the next Glendale finisher
in ninth place in 20:36.86,
Joseph Lopez was 10th in
20:38.40, Preston Richardson
was 11th in 20:41.05 and
Alberto Ramos was 18th in

Liliana Hernandez was the
top finisher in the women’s
3.1 mile race in 19:31.76 to
finish third. Maribel
Cespedes was seventh in
20:43.50 and Maria
Castenada was 18th in

The Vaqueros are off this
weekend and will compete
next in the Western State
Championships on Oct. 25 at Allan Hancock
College at 3 p.m.


Glendale ran its winning
streak to three games with a 35-
12 win over Pierce College
Oct.15 at Pierce. The inter-divisional
win improves the Vaqueros overall record to 4-2
and they remain 2-1 in the WSC
South. Offensively, the team was
led by WSC offensive player of
the week Jamal Rashad who rushed for 129 yards and two
touchdowns on 20 carries.

Quarterback Steve Martinez
threw one touchdown pass to
Darion Donnelly and completed
10 of 17 passes for 134 yards. Donnelly was the leading receiver
with six catches for 79 yards
and one score.

Defensively, the Vaqueros
were led by WSC defensive player of the week Jason
Bonwell, who led the team with
six tackles, one pass deflection,
one running back sack, one quarterback
sack and four hurries.

Matt Patterson added 13 tackles. The Vaqueros return home to
Sartoris Field tomorrow with an
important divisional match up
against Citrus College.

time is 5 p.m.


Glendale continued their
dominance as they won 5-1
at home against Valley
College on Oct.18. They are
now 9-5-1 overall and 3-3 in
the WSC. The Vaqueros split
a pair of games last week as
they fell to Bakersfield 2-0 on
Oct. 11 and beat Citrus 2-0 on
Oct. 14 behind goals by
Jennifer Barrientos and
Roxana Garcia.

The Vaqueros
host Oxnard today and begin
round two of WSC matches
against Santa Monica College
on Oct. 25 at Sartoris Field.
Both games start at 7 p.m.


The Vaqueros fell to
Canyons 2-1 on Oct.18 and to
Hancock 1-0 on Oct.1. They
are now 2-9-4 overall and 1-3-
3 in WSC.

Glendale plays at
Santa Barabra on Oct. 25
at 7 p.m.


The Vaqueros record
dropped to 0-10 and 0-4 in
WSC after a three-game loss
to Canyons on Oct. 18.

Glendale plays at Pierce today
at 7 p.m.