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By Charles Rich | September 20, 2009
GLENDALE — Course familiarity might go a long way in the quest for the Glendale Community College women’s and men’s cross-country programs to achieve one of their goals for the season. The Vaqueros have in mind winning the Western State Conference crown again. So, they put themselves in position to possibly accomplish those feats by taking part in the Cuesta Invitational on Saturday at Fairbanks Park, which will be the site for the conference finals. Both squads came through by easily winning their respective races.
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July 21, 2005
Edgar Melik-Stepanyan When Dyan Miller earned her second master's degree from Long Beach State in 2003, her intention was to become an athletic director. Miller received her degree in sports management -- her first was in physical education -- and knew her days as the Glendale Community College women's basketball coach were numbered. Two years later, Miller said now was the perfect time to move on. She resigned from Glendale College to become the dean of health, physical education and athletics and the athletic director at Hartnell College in Salinas.
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By Gabriel Rizk | November 20, 2009
GLENDALE — After falling three points shy of a second straight state championship in 2008, the reloaded Glendale Community College women’s cross-country team will be back on the same course at Woodward Park in Fresno at 10 a.m. on Saturday to take on reigning state champion Orange Coast College and all other comers at the 2009 California Community College Championships. Regaining the title is the clear goal, as it has been since the season began. The Vaqueros men’s team will run at 11 on Saturday and Vaqueros Coach Eddie Lopez outlined a third-place finish as the team’s objective.
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By By Edgar Melik-Stepanyan | November 10, 2005
GCC previewWith new coach and eight freshmen on board, GCC will look to make strides in upcoming season.GLENDALE -- As sophomore Julie An walked into Monica Hang's office, the first-year Glendale Community College women's basketball coach had a bit of advice for her guard. "Control the ball," Hang told An, a Hoover High graduate. "And when you're open, shoot it. Don't let the defender come up on you." An nodded her head, soaking in the words of a coach who helped her junior college team win two state titles.
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By: Michael Miller | September 10, 2005
Like so many households, hospitals and school districts in California, Orange Coast College has recently found itself hosting guests who fled Hurricane Katrina. And thanks to some generous donors, the college is prepared to welcome more. This week, two young men from Mississippi arrived in OCC's financial aid office, seeking to enroll and have their tuition covered for the fall semester. Melissa Moser, the college's director of financial aid, said administrators were still working to get the students enrolled, even though classes had started a week ago. However, if and when the students -- whose names the college is withholding -- officially sign up for the fall, they will have their funding in place.
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By Gabriel Rizk | November 29, 2007
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — It was fortunate for the Glendale Community College women’s basketball team that its opponent on Wednesday night, Long Beach City College, came out flat and ineffective on offense. Otherwise, the Vaqueros’ own scoring woes in the first half likely would have prevented them from taking a double-digit lead into halftime and might have ultimately cost them the game. But, the Vikings could not capitalize and a resurgent second-half effort for Glendale college erased a shaky beginning, allowing for a 66-42 nonconference home win. “I’m happy that they switched it up at halftime and came out to play — instead of playing a whole ugly game, they played one ugly [half]
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May 16, 2009
GIRLS’ SWIMMING Crescenta Valley and Glendale in CIF prelims: Falcons senior Yumi So will enter today’s CIF Southern Section Division II finals as the top seed in the championship heats of the 100-yard butterfly and 100 backstroke after topping both preliminary heats on Friday at Mount San Antonio College. So swam the 100 butterfly in 54.11 seconds, breaking her own Division II meet record of 54.42, set at last year’s finals. She swam the backstroke in 55.70, more than a second faster than the nearest runner-up.
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By Charles Rich | May 18, 2009
GLENDALE ? Ten Glendale Community College track and field athletes went north looking to win state championships in their respective events. Unfortunately for the Vaqueros, their bids all fell short despite turning in some quality performances at the California Community College Athletic Assn. Track and Field Championships at College of San Mateo on Saturday afternoon. Sophomore Zitlalic Ley had the best finish for the Vaqueros. Ley clocked 11 minutes 19.41 seconds to place second in the women?
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By: | September 20, 2005
GIRLS' TENNIS Glendale 10, San Marino 8: Joyce Librando and Sona Karakashian, who make up the No. 1 doubles team for the Glendale High girls' squad, posted a 6-3 win in their final set to propel the host Nitros (3-0) in a nonleague match Monday. The duo also recorded a 6-4 and 7-5 win. Jessica Kang and Terry Han also won two sets. Glendale, which got two set wins from Meldia Hacobian, next hosts Burroughs at 3:15 p.m. Wednesday. GIRLS' GOLF Flintridge Sacred Heart 238, La Salle 299: The Tologs improved to 2-4 on the season following Monday's nonleague victory at the Altadena Golf Course.
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December 8, 2004
GIRLS' BASKETBALL CV 53, Harvard-Westlake 45: The Falcons improved to 5-0 with Tuesday's nonleague home win. Lindsey Chessum led the way with 13 points. Lauren Chramosta and Ankineh Zadoorian had seven points apiece. Teammate Tamara Matevosyan added six points. La Canada 56, Arcadia 36: Joy Lelo finished with a game-high 23 points and seven steals, and teammate Emily Ballard added 14 to power the host Spartans (3-2) in a nonleague game Monday.
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By Charles Rich | September 20, 2009
GLENDALE — Course familiarity might go a long way in the quest for the Glendale Community College women’s and men’s cross-country programs to achieve one of their goals for the season. The Vaqueros have in mind winning the Western State Conference crown again. So, they put themselves in position to possibly accomplish those feats by taking part in the Cuesta Invitational on Saturday at Fairbanks Park, which will be the site for the conference finals. Both squads came through by easily winning their respective races.
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