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All sorts of honors;TMC gets ranked; football players receive other recognition

Posted: December 16, 2008 10:17 p.m.
Updated: December 17, 2008 4:55 a.m.

The Master's College men's and women's basketball teams moved into the National Christian College Athletic Association's national top 10 lists this week.
The men are ranked at No. 9 with 9-3 record while the women's team ranks at No. 10 with a 7-4 overall record.
The men's team won its second game over an NCAA Division II school in less than a week with its 72-63 victory over Cal Poly Pomona on Monday night. The Mustangs' 9-3 record is the best start in head coach Chuck Martin's three years with TMC. The Lady Mustangs have also had a great start to their season. The team defeated the NAIA's No. 5 ranked team, Azusa Pacific, last Friday night 75-68.

Hayo shines
College of the Canyons wide receiver Hayo Carpenter was named to the J.C. Grid-Wire All-American Team. Carpenter was the only Cougars player to make the list. The 5-foot-11-inch wideout had four receptions for 85 yards and one touchdown in COC's 51-44 loss to Mt. San Antonio College in the Southern California Championship on Dec 6. Carpenter finished his sophomore season with 93 receptions for 1,675 yards and 16 touchdowns. Carpenter, who has already verbally committed to the University of Minnesota, set a new school record of 225 receiving yards in a single game against Moorpark College on Oct. 11. Carpenter also broke the school record for receiving yards in a season, set in 2007 at 1,404 also by Carpenter.


Former Canyon football player Andrew Schantz, who just completed his senior season with Portland State, has been invited to compete in the third annual Texas vs. The Nation All-Star Challenge game on Jan. 31 in El Paso, Texas. The 6-foot-1-inch linebacker will be one of many college players from around the nation competing in the game at the Sun Bowl on the campus of The University of Texas-El Paso. Schantz finished the season leading the team with 115 total tackles and one interception for 17 yards. Recently, Schantz was honored as Portland State's Most Valuable Player and selected to the All-Big Sky Conference second team.

Arndt's honors
Former Hart football player and current University of Redlands defensive end Brock Arndt was named to's All-West Region First Team. Arndt also garnered Southern California Intercollegiate Conference first team honors. Arndt accumulated 22.5 tackles for a loss of 117 yards leading the team and the nation in that category. He also had 57 total tackles along with 12 sacks this season. The 6-foot-2-inch, 220-pounder was a significant factor in Redlands' No. 2 ranking in Division III for rushing and total defense.


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