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By Charles Rich | January 19, 2010
GLENDALE ? The following are updates on area players at the collegiate level. ? Markus Monroe (Glendale Community College, 2009) junior guard, Lewis-Clark State College men?s basketball: Monroe, a two-time All-Western State Conference selection with Glendale college, finished with a game-high 20 points Saturday to spur Lewis-Clark to a 66-54 victory against host Montana Tech in a Frontier Conference contest. Monroe, who earned all-state honors last season after averaging 22.2 points per game and finishing his career as the program?
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By Grant Gordon | May 24, 2012
The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Michael Noteware (Glendale Community College, 2011) junior, Lewis-Clark State College baseball: Noteware has been smack dab in the middle of plenty of individual accolades and team success as of late. Recently named an All-NAIA West first-team selection as well as the All-NAIA West Pitcher of the Year, the right-hander is set to take to the bump today in his team's NAIA World Series opener against Oklahoma City.
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By Charles Rich | June 29, 2009
After a couple of meetings and practice sessions, Lee University third-year baseball Coach Mark Brew figured he had stolen a couple of quality players out of California. Pertaining to collegiate sports, it wasn’t quite the heist of the century. However, Brew believed he had reeled in a local duo from Glendale Community College that seemed to have flown under the radar and might be able to take the National Assn. of Intercollegiate Athletics school to the next level. In stepped shortstop Brian Bistagne and first baseman Chris Warters, each of whom could provide some experience and ability having played the game in talent-rich California for many years.
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June 7, 2001
Charles Rich GLENDALE -- Four former area players were selected Tuesday and Wednesday in the 2001 major league baseball amateur draft. Wes Hutchison and Matt Hellman, formerly of Glendale Community College, Matt Ware of Loyola High and former La Canada High infielder/pitcher Seth Epstein were taken in the two-day draft. Hutchison, who starred at Burroughs High and played at GCC during the 1998 and 1999 seasons, went to the San Francisco Giants in the 10th round.
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By Grant Gordon | May 24, 2012
The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Michael Noteware (Glendale Community College, 2011) junior, Lewis-Clark State College baseball: Noteware has been smack dab in the middle of plenty of individual accolades and team success as of late. Recently named an All-NAIA West first-team selection as well as the All-NAIA West Pitcher of the Year, the right-hander is set to take to the bump today in his team's NAIA World Series opener against Oklahoma City.
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By Charles Rich | March 9, 2010
GLENDALE — The following are updates on area athletes at the collegiate level.   Markus Monroe (Glendale Community College, 2009) junior guard, Lewis-Clark State College men’s basketball: Monroe, a two-time All-Western State Conference selection with Glendale college, proved he could perform at the four-year level. Monroe, who earned all-state honors last season after averaging 22.2 points per game and finishing his career as the program’s fourth all-time leading point scorer at Glendale college, earned a spot on the All-Frontier League’s second team.
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By Charles Rich | June 29, 2009
After a couple of meetings and practice sessions, Lee University third-year baseball Coach Mark Brew figured he had stolen a couple of quality players out of California. Pertaining to collegiate sports, it wasn’t quite the heist of the century. However, Brew believed he had reeled in a local duo from Glendale Community College that seemed to have flown under the radar and might be able to take the National Assn. of Intercollegiate Athletics school to the next level. In stepped shortstop Brian Bistagne and first baseman Chris Warters, each of whom could provide some experience and ability having played the game in talent-rich California for many years.
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