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Spot in playoffs still up for grabs

Posted: October 28, 2008 10:07 p.m.
Updated: December 30, 2008 5:00 a.m.
Prep Varsity Volleyball
Hart 3, Golden 1

Hart kept up with Saugus for the third and final spot from the Foothill League in the CIF-SS playoffs on Tuesday, defeating Golden Valley, 26-24, 25-18, 25-16.

The Indians are 3-4 in league (12-12 overall), one game behind the Centurions.

Casey David and Jennie Long both hammered home seven kills. David also passed 16 assists.

On Nov. 6, Hart plays at Saugus.

Faith Baptist 3, SCCS 1
The Cardinals fell 13-25, 25-23, 15-25 and 14-25 Tuesday night.

Kristina Gibson had 11 kills 7 digs, K.D. Gwinn racked up six kills and three digs and Kaley Morrison recorded three kills, 12 digs and 10 blocks.

Karla Eberlein had three kills two digs 12 blocks. Joanna Masopust tallied 22 assists.

Santa Clarita Christian fell to 12-2 overall and 5-1 in Heritage League and will face LA Lutheran at home on Monday.

Prep Varsity Tennis
Hart 15, Golden Valley 3

The Indians swept in doubles, led by the No. 1 pair of Emily Van Houdt and Ingrid Jelderks (6-0, 6-1, 6-2)
Hart's No. 2 pair of Stacy Waung and Jessica Martinez won 6-1, 6-2 and 6-0 while the No. 3 duo of Julie Lefko and Samantha Fructuoso won 6-3, 6-1 and 6-0.

Leading Hart in singles was Anne Susdorf who won all three sets - 6-1, 6-1 and 6-0.

Shelly Sachdeva won two sets, 6-3 and 6-0 while Cassie Moore won one 6-4.

Playing well for Golden Valley was Rachel Ho, who won two sets 6-2 and 6-1.

Hart is now 6-3 in league and plays at West Ranch on Thursday.

Prep JV Tennis
Valencia 14, Saugus 4

In singles Kirstie Kwock and Shenelle Trujillo swept all three games. Michelle Savage won two.

In Doubles Nicole Zammit and Carolyn Thio won all three sets, Taylor Erranova and Yuna Shin won two, Arianna Michaels and Brittany Meunitz won one.

The win improves Saugus' record to 13-0.

Junior varsity
Valencia hitter Sam Henderson hit six kills and Ashton LaBois put away five Tuesday, as the Vikings beat Saugus in straight sets, 25-18, 25-14.

Bree Earley set her teammates up with 20 assists. Sam Ralstom served four aces.

Valencia is 6-1 in the Foothill League.

Prep JV Volleyball
Canyon 2, West Ranch 1

Coming back after losing the first game 25-10, Canyon was able to win the final two 25-21 and 15-9 to defeat the Wildcats.

Cristina Guerrero recorded 16 assists, Amanda Cardenas had six kills and Louren Blachowiak four while Laura Intaqliata tallied six digs.

Next up, Canyon will take on Valencia on Thursday.

College Cross Country
College of the Canyons
The Cougars cross country team had a strong showing at the Western State Conference Cross Country Championships at Allan Hancock in Santa Maria.
The women took fifth, while the men finished second.

The women's team finished with a score of 165 points on the 3.1 mile course and was led by Jenna Perea, a sophomore and Canyon grad, who finished 17th with a time of 21:25.

Desiree Cramer out of Canyon finished 20th (21:32) and Corey Honeycutt from Golden Valley finished 32th (22:19).

For the men, Stephen Kent, a sophomore who graduated from Canyon, finished fifth, running a 21:47 on the four-mile course.

Behind him, Thomas Stevenson finished 14th (22:25) and Cody Massie finished 19th (22:39).

Glendale won both the men's and women's championships.

Both teams qualified for Southern California championships Bakersfield College on Nov 7. There will be 28 teams in the event and top 14 advance to state.

College Women's Volleyball
L.A. Pierce 3, COC 1

College of the Canyons lost its first Western States Conference match of the season Tuesday, going down at home to L.A. Pierce, 25-22, 17-25, 19-25, 18-25.

Lauren Wells led the Cougars with 11 kills. Heather Seddon finished with nine kills and six blocks. Ashley Arnold put up 22 assists.

COC is second in the conference at 5-1 (13-7 overall).

On Nov. 20 in Woodland Hills, COC will play at L.A. Pierce.

Prep JV Football
Canyon 44, Hart 6 (Friday)

The Canyon defense was led by Juan Casteneda with 13 Tackles, Chase Davis with 11 tackles and an interception and Ben Graham who had seven tackles, two sacks and a safety.

Offensively, Canyon was led by Darius Rudolph who had 19 carries for 181 yards and two scores, Mark Kirkpatrick passed for 118 yards and a touchdown and rushed for 70 and a TD.

Wide Receiver TJ Yonkers had four catches for 91 yards and a touchdown, and Brantley Williams added three catches for 18 yards.

The Cowboy offense amassed 427 yards of offense with 309 of that coming on the ground.


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