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Lady Mustangs get shot down

Posted: October 31, 2008 10:43 p.m.
Updated: December 1, 2008 4:55 a.m.
College Women's Basketball
Oklahoma City 86, The Master's 66

Annie Gillespie scored 19 points to lead the Mustangs, but they lost their season opener at the Sawyer Center in Newhall.

Erica Inge added 17 points to help pace the Master's, who did not have anyone else score in double figures. Amanda Durocher and Stacy Nanninga both scored seven points. Nanninga grabbed seven rebounds.

Four players from Oklahoma City scored in double figures. Holly Hardin led the team with 18 points, Walter Chontaye added 16 points, Laura Duncan 13 and Breezy Martin added 10.

College Women's Soccer
COC 2, Citrus 0

Both teams took 14 shots, had seven saves, and had three corner kicks, but Citrus was the only team who failed to put the ball in the goal.

Canyons got on the board first when the Cougar's Graham took a Nicole Quintanilla assist and gave them a 1-0 lead in the 39th minute.

The Cougars would strike again early in the second half, when Ashley Lara got the ball to Kimberly Plancarte on a corner kick and Plancarte put the ball away to give the Cougars their 2-0 victory.

In the loss Citrus falls to 7-11-2 overall and 3-7 in Western State Conference South play, while Canyons improves 4-15 overall and 3-7 in conference play.

College Women's Volleyball
COC 3, Santa Monica College 0

College of the Canyons defeated Santa Monica College on the road, 25-14, 25-20, 25-20.

The Lady Cougars improved to 6-1 in league play and 14-7 overall.

Lauren Wells led the team with eight kills and eight digs. Heather Seddon contributed with six kills and Caitlyn Ramirez with six kills and five digs. The assist leader was Ashley Arnold with 13 and Danielle Evans posted 12.

The Cougars next play Glendale on Tuesday Nov. 4.

Prep Freshman Football
Golden Valley 14, Saugus 13

Golden Valley played Saugus in a grudge match won in the second half led by the defensive plays of Daniel Castillo, Randy Cervantes, Cody Choppe and Brett Melton.

Both Grizzlies touchdowns were by Earl Johnson. Johnson's first touchdown was a 23 yard run in the second quarter and his 65 yard kick return on the opening kick of the second half.

Quarterback Reid Soliman completed 7 passes for 97 yards with a long of 52 yards when he connected with Trevon Calahan in the fourth quarter.


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