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December 28, 2000
Charles Rich BURBANK -- The echo from the ball being slammed off the hardwood reverberated around the Bellarmine-Jefferson High gymnasium with a decibel measurement which seemed to hover at 30. It was a deafening psychological ploy which Glendale High girls' basketball Coach Errol Garnett performed after his team trailed by 30 points -- one point for each decibel -- at halftime en route to an 88-40 loss to Moorpark...
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By Jonathan Raber | September 29, 2007
GLENDALE — Now comes the first big challenge of conference play for the Glendale Community College football team. After battling two Western State Conference mainstays in Santa Monica and L.A. Pierce the previous two weeks, the Vaqueros get a taste of the newly aligned, and more challenging, WSC Pacific Division. That opponent comes in the form of Moorpark, which travels to battle Glendale college, at 7 p.m. today at Sartoris Field. “Obviously [Moorpark] is a much better team than we played in the past,” said Glendale college Coach John Cicuto, whose team lost to the Raiders, 20-17, on Nov. 19, 2001, at the time costing the Vaqueros a share of a conference title.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | December 18, 2010
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — The tests keep getting a bit more difficult for the Glendale Community College men's basketball team. However, the Vaqueros keep passing them. Such was the case on Friday night, which saw Glendale pitted against Moorpark in a semifinal contest of the Vaquero Classic. The Vaqueros entered the game knowing they would receive a battle from Moorpark for a spot in the tournament's championship game. Glendale broke up a close game midway through the second half to post a 72-54 victory against Moorpark.
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November 25, 2002
MOORPARK 35, GCC 14 GCC ... ... ... 7 0 7 0 -- 14 Moorpark.... 7 7 7 14 -- 35 First Quarter G-Clayton 6 run (Orellana kick) 3:57 M-G. Morris 8 run (Thomsen kick) 0:49 Second Quarter M-Estandia 9 pass from T. Williams (Thomsen kick) 10:31 Third Quarter M-G. Morris 2 run (Thomsen kick) 10:45 G-Braden recovered fumble in end zone (Orellana kick) 3:31 Fourth Quarter M-G. Morris 2 run (Thomsen kick) 14:22 M-Estandia 7 pass from T. Williams (Thomsen kick)
NEWS
December 23, 1999
Peter Fuertes BURBANK -- For at least a couple of hours Wednesday, the La Canada High girls' basketball team put aside the fears of the San Rafael Hills fires that had raced through La Canada Flintridge the night before. No one could have blamed the Spartans for coming out sluggish in the Bellarmine-Jefferson Holiday Tournament, which they did against Moorpark High. But the Spartans had one last rally in them, coming back from a fourth-quarter deficit to come away with a 50-48 victory over the Musketeers.
NEWS
December 20, 2001
Peter Samore LA CANADA FLINTRIDGE -- Speed meant everything Wednesday for both the Glendale and Moorpark high boys' basketball teams. And the team that had more of it in the end held on to win. The Nitros set up several fast breaks and quick drives to the hoop. The Musketeers hurried right back to erase any and all Glendale leads. And when it mattered most, it was Moorpark forward Koorosh Adibzadeh who hit a quick 15-foot jump shot at the buzzer to give his team a 57-55 win against Glendale at La Canada High.
NEWS
December 20, 2000
Charles Rich ST. FRANCIS HIGH -- St. Francis High basketball Coach John Jordan felt the pain on Tuesday and he wasn't injured. The pain might be something he might not be able to tolerate for long, especially after 6-foot-3 center Nathan Terrazone underwent surgery Tuesday morning to repair a tendon he tore in his right hand in early September while playing on the school's football team. The offensive formula isn't correct for St. Francis, minus Terrazone and his inside presence, and Jordan must search for new options.
NEWS
December 21, 1999
Hamlet Nalbandyan LA CANADA HIGH -- Whether it was Tomik Iranosian, Gilbert Yousefian or Eddie Karibyan guarding Todd Tomlinson, the result was the same: a bucket for Moorpark. The Glendale High boys' basketball team was no match for Moorpark Monday night, falling, 80-54, in a Brown Regional Pool D game of the La Canada Holiday Basketball Classic at St. Francis High. Tomlinson lit up the Nitro for 29 points, including seven three-pointers, one shy of the tournament record.
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By Jonathan Raber | October 13, 2007
GLENDALE — Big wins have not been hard to come by for the Glendale Community College football team. Highlighted by victories against Santa Ana College and more recently Moorpark, the Vaqueros have toppled some imposing opponents. Next comes the biggest challenge of the year — College of the Canyons. Considered one of the premier teams in the state in recent years and sporting a high-flying offensive attack, the Cougars travel to face the Vaqueros in a Western State Conference inter-divisional game at 7 p.m. today at Sartoris Field.
NEWS
June 6, 2008
With a combination of great pitching by Megan Henry and a bullet proof defense, Crescenta Sports Association?s under-eight tournament team went undefeated in pool play in last weekend?s softball tournament at Camarillo, advancing to the semifinals where they lost to Hart, 5-1. The CSA team took on Antelope Valley first and beat them 7-0. Shortly thereafter, they beat Moorpark and El Rio to earn their spot in the playoffs and a semifinals matchup with Hart. The U8 team fended off a potent Hart offense for four innings and scored one of their own before Hart scored four in the fifth inning.
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By Nathan Cambridge | October 13, 2012
PASADENA- Pasadena City College came into its football game hosting Moorpark College coming off its first win of the season last week and looking for its first Southern California Football Assn. National Conference win this week. The game was also a rematch of the 2002 Potato Bowl, although Saturday night's game at Robinson Stadium could have been called the Hot Potato Bowl, as both teams combined for nine turnovers. However, it was the visiting Raiders who took the most advantage by scoring 22 points off turnovers to Pasadena's 12 en route to a 36-15 victory.
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By Gabriel Rizk, gabriel.rizk@latimes.com | June 29, 2011
VALENCIA — When Crescenta Valley High, Glendale and St. Francis' respective seven-on-seven squads began Wednesday afternoon, the three local teams were scattered across the Santa Clarita Valley. But as the afternoon's proceedings were coming to a close, it was the surprising Nitros who were the last local standing at the College of the Canyons Passing Tournament. With a little good fortune and some high drama, the Michael Davis-led Nitros climbed to the semifinal round of the tournament before falling to Moorpark, 24-12.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | December 18, 2010
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — The tests keep getting a bit more difficult for the Glendale Community College men's basketball team. However, the Vaqueros keep passing them. Such was the case on Friday night, which saw Glendale pitted against Moorpark in a semifinal contest of the Vaquero Classic. The Vaqueros entered the game knowing they would receive a battle from Moorpark for a spot in the tournament's championship game. Glendale broke up a close game midway through the second half to post a 72-54 victory against Moorpark.
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By Gabriel Rizk | November 8, 2009
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — Reeling from a five-game losing streak, the Glendale Community College football team regained its balance on Saturday night. In their most well-rounded game since the opening weeks of the season, the Vaqueros got 258 rushing yards from Willie Youngblood, a pair of touchdown passes from Steve Miller and, in trademark Glendale fashion, two second-half defensive touchdowns to turn a close game into a 41-27 Northern Conference National Division victory. And, although it took the Vaqueros until early in the fourth quarter to put away the winless Raiders, the end result was a refreshing sight for a Glendale squad that has at times been unable to back up strong defensive games with scoring and had struggled to contain high-powered opposing offenses in shootouts over its last two. “It feels great,” said Youngblood, whose team improved to 4-5 and 1-4 in conference.
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By Charles Rich | November 7, 2009
GLENDALE — With his team mired in a five-game losing streak, at least Glendale Community College football Coach John Rome still has a sunny disposition. “It might be the only thing I still have,” said Rome, whose team will look to snap its losing skid when they face visiting Moorpark College in a Northern Conference National Division contest at 7 p.m. today at Sartoris Field. “We can still always try to get better, and that’s all we can do.” Glendale college (3-5, 0-4 in the division)
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By Gabriel Rizk | November 8, 2008
GLENDALE — With two games remaining in the season and just a week removed from their most physically taxing contest of the year so far, the members of the Glendale Community College football team are feeling like the walking wounded. Actually, walking might not be the most apt description, as three players suffered broken legs in the team’s 57-55 triple-overtime loss to Allan Hancock College on Saturday. While those are the most serious injuries of the bunch, the Vaqueros come into today’s 6 p.m. National Division Northern Conference game at Moorpark College with no less than 19 players on the injured list.
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By From News-Press | July 18, 2008
The following are odds and ends from the area sports scene. ? GOLDEN KNIGHTS HOST TOURNEY So far so good for St. Francis High?s football team this summer. ?We?ve had a good summer,? said St. Francis Coach Jim Bonds , whose team has made it to the semifinals in two past tournaments, losing to Helix in a tournament in San Diego and St. Boneventure in a Pasadena tournament. The Golden Knights host their annual summer passing tournament today with eight teams on the slate.
NEWS
June 6, 2008
With a combination of great pitching by Megan Henry and a bullet proof defense, Crescenta Sports Association?s under-eight tournament team went undefeated in pool play in last weekend?s softball tournament at Camarillo, advancing to the semifinals where they lost to Hart, 5-1. The CSA team took on Antelope Valley first and beat them 7-0. Shortly thereafter, they beat Moorpark and El Rio to earn their spot in the playoffs and a semifinals matchup with Hart. The U8 team fended off a potent Hart offense for four innings and scored one of their own before Hart scored four in the fifth inning.
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