Football scores from Saturday’s Community College games

San Bernardino Valley 49, Victor Valley 35 (SBVC 2-4 overall, 1-1 in American Mountain Conference play; Victor Valley 1-4, 0-2)

Chaffey 35, Compton 6 (Chaffey now 2-2, 2-0)

Mt San Jacinto 31, San Diego Mesa 21

Southwestern 35, East Los Angeles 26

Mt. SAC 28, College of the Desert 26

LA Harbor 17, El Camino 6

Riverside 75, Long Beach City 12

Bakersfield 45, College of the Canyons 7

Cerritos 65, Pasadena 14

Ventura 41, Moorpark 49

Palomar 27, Golden West 7

Grossmont 49, Orange Coast 31

Santa Ana 33, Saddleback 20

Antelope Valley 55, LA Valley 7

LA Pierce 52, West LA 35

Santa Barbara 24, LA Southwest 10

Santa Monica 35, Glendale 32

Byes -Allan Hancock, Citrus, Fullerton

This weeks community college state volleyball poll

California Community College state poll

1. Los Angeles Pierce (13-0)
2. Orange Coast (5-0)
3. Bakersfield (9-2)
4. Fresno City (10-1)
5. Feather River (21-2)
6. Sierra (11-2)

7. Irvine Valley (5-0)
8. American River (11-3)
9. Santa Rosa (8-2)
10. Grossmont (8-3)
11. Golden West (5-2)
12. Pasadena City (6-3)
13. San Diego Mesa (8-4)
14. Mt. SAC (7-2)
15. Riverside (7-3)
16. El Camino (6-3)
17. Porterville (8-4)
18. Cabrillo (4-5)
19. Citrus (5-3)
20. Fullerton (4-3)
21. Santa Barbara (4-6)
22. Moorpark (6-4)
23. Gavilan (7-6)
24. Taft (8-3)
25. San Joaquin Delta (7-4)

This week’s community college football games

This week’s community college football games (Sept. 29)

American Mountain Conference – Compton at Chaffey, 6 p.m.; San
Bernardino Valley at Victor Valley, 1 p.m.; Mt. San Jacinto at San Diego
Mesa, 6 p.m.; Southwestern at East Los Angeles, 6 p.m.

American Pacific Conference - Antelope Valley at LA Valley, 6 p.m.; LA
Pierce at West LA, 1 p.m.; Santa Barbara at LA Southwest, 6 p.m.; Santa
Monica a

t Glendale, 6 p.m.

National Northern Conference – College of the Canyons at Bakersfield, 6
p.m.; Cerritos at Pasadena City, 6 p.m.; Ventura at Moorpark, 1 p.m.

National Central Conference – College of the Desert at Mt. SAC, 1 p.m.;
El Camino at LA Harbor, 6 p.m.; Riverside at Long Beach City, 1 p.m.

National Southern Conference – Golden West at Palomar, 6 p.m.; Orange
Coast at Grossmont, 1 p.m.; Santa Ana at Saddleback, 6 p.m.

Byes - Allan Hancock, Citrus, Fullerton

Community College football scores – Week 4

Scores from Week 4 – Sept. 22

Chaffey 28, Victor Valley 24

Southwestern 42, San Bernardino 3

Mt. San Jacinto 35, East Los Angeles 32

San Diego Mesa 28, Compton 7

Ventura 30, Bakersfield 24

Allan Hancock 49, Moorpark 40

Canyons 36, Pasadena 14

Riverside 31, Los Angeles Harbor 7

El Camino 59, Long Beach 7

Mt. SAC 38, Citrus 14

Fullerton 47, Golden West 14

Grossmont 34, Santa Ana 31

Orange Coast 35, Palomar 28

Antelope Valley 24, Glendale 12

Los Angeles Pierce 45, Los Angeles Southwest 0

Santa Barbara 14, Los Angeles Valley 6

Santa Monica 31, West Los Angeles 21

Cal Poly senior runner honored

Senior Tiffany Dinh of the Cal Poly Pomona is
this week’s California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Runner of
the Week honors for the week of Sept. 10 through Sept. 16.

The
Norwalk native turned in a stellar performance Saturday at the UC
Riverside Invitational. Competing in her first race of the 2012 cross
country season, Dinh finished 21st overall out of 132 runners (21:24.9).

It marks the third CCAA weekly honor of Dinh’s career, which has also
featured All-American accolades in cross country and an appearance at
the NCAA Division II Track & Field National Championships as well.

Coyotes unranked for first time since 2000

An impressive run has ended as the Cal State
San Bernardino volleyball team has fallen out of the American Volleyball
Coaches Association Top 25.

The Coyotes (4-6) had been in the
poll for 168 straight weeks. The last poll in which they were not ranked
was the second week poll in 2000.

Cal State started the season
at No. 3 but was No. 20 last week. It split matches over the weekend,
losing to Cal State Los Angeles and beating Cal State Dominguez Hills.

Five of the six losses came to teams ranked in the top 20.

The Coyotes graduated seven starters from a team that finished as the NCAA Division II national runner-up in 2011.

Cal State plays a pair of road matches this week, traveling to Humboldt State on Thursday and trekking to nearby Cal Poly Pomona for a 7 p.m. match on Saturday at Kellogg Gymnasium.

Bulldogs drop out of Top 25

The University of Redlands football team has dropped out of the D3Football.com national poll after its 28-14 loss to Pacific Lutheran on Saturday.

The Bulldogs also lost their season opener to No. 12 North Central (Ill.).

The SCIAC is represented at No. 9 by defending conference champion Cal Lutheran which improved one spot after a 33-30 loss to No. 3 Linfield (Ore.).

The Bulldogs are idle this week but open SCIAC play on Sept. 29 against Occidental, which is also off to an 0-2. start.

The D3football.com Top 25, through games of Saturday, Sept.
15:

# School (1st
votes)
Rec Pts Prev.
1 Mount
Union
 (23)
2-0 623 2
2 Mary
Hardin-Baylor
 (2)
2-0 598 4
3 Linfield 3-0 557 5
4 UW-Whitewater 1-1 530 1
5 St.
Thomas
3-0 527 6
6 Wesley 2-1 512 3
7 Wabash 2-0 455 8
8 Salisbury 2-1 449 7
9 Cal
Lutheran
1-1 411 10
10 St. John Fisher 3-0 373 9
11 Bethel 2-0 345 12
12 North Central (Ill.) 2-1 319 13
13 Hobart 3-0 296 14
14 Baldwin-Wallace 2-0 270 15
15 Illinois Wesleyan 2-0 239 16
16 UW-Platteville 2-0 236 17
17 Brockport State 3-0 208
18 Birmingham-Southern 3-0 152 18
19 Buffalo State 2-1 130
20 Wheaton (Ill.) 2-1 99 19
21 Widener 3-0 95 22
22 Hampden-Sydney 2-0 93 24
23 Thomas
More
1-1 88 21
24 Johns Hopkins 3-0 81
25 Franklin 1-2 75 20

Dropped out: No. 11 Trinity (Texas), No. 23
Centre, No. 25 Redlands.

Others receiving votes: UW-Oshkosh 68;
Trinity (Texas) 56; Rowan 45; Heidelberg 35; Louisiana College 30;
Willamette 19; Illinois College 18; Wittenberg 17; Albright 16; Coe
13; Wartburg 11; Centre 10; Elmhurst 6; Carnegie Mellon 4; John
Carroll 4; Amherst 3; Concordia-Moorhead 3; Salve Regina 3;
Waynesburg 2; Trinity (Conn.) 1.

The D3football.com Top 25 is voted on by a panel of 25 coaches,
Sports Information Directors and media members from across the
country, and is published weekly.

Community college football results from Saturday

Apparently no one plays defense any more. Lots
of high scoring games in community college football on Saturday in Week
No. 3 . . . .

Antelope Valley 44, Chaffey 35

Santa Monica 45, San Bernardino Valley 34

Victor Valley 61, LA Southwest 10

Riverside 51, Saddleback 13

Mt. SAC 20, Cerritos 8

Citrus 36, Grossmont 22

Mt. San Jacinto 42, LA Valley 22

College of the Desert 48, College of the Canyons 30

Glendale 31, San Diego Mesa 19

Santa Barbara 41, Compton 7

Santa Ana 45, Moorpark 16

East Los Angeles 57, West Los Angeles 55

El Camino 46, Pasadena 27

Palomar 47, Southwestern 43

Bakersfield 31, Fullerton 17

Golden West 35, Allen Hancock 32

Ventura 39, LA Harbor 35

Orange Coast 34, Long Beach 12

Bye – LA Pierce

Note: Next week teams start conference play. In the American Mountain Division, Chaffey (0-2) will be at Victor Valley (1-2) at 1 p.m. and San Bernardino Valley (1-2) will travel to Southwestern (2-1).

JC football schedule for Saturday –

Here are the week 3 games (Sept. 15). It will be the last slate of games before teams start conference play next week.

Santa Monica at San Bernardino Valley, 6 p.m.
Chaffey at Antelope Valley, 7 p.m.
Mt. SAC at Cerritos, 7 p.m.
Riverside at Saddleback, 6 p.m.
Citrus at Grossmont, 1 p.m.
Victor Valley at Los Angeles Southwest, 6 p.m.

College of the Canyons at College of the Desert, 6 p.m.
Los Angeles Valley at Mt. San Jacinto, 1 p.m.
Allan Hancock at Golden West, 6 p.m.
Ventura at Los Angeles Harbor, 6 p.m.
El Camino at Pasadena, 6 p.m.
Fullerton at Bakersfield, 6 p.m.
Orange Coast at Long Beach, 1 p.m.
Santa Ana at Moorpark, 1 p.m.
East Los Angeles at West Los Angeles, 1 p.m.
Southwestern at Palomar, 6 p.m.
Glendale at San Diego Mesa, 6 p.m.

Bye – Los Angeles Pierce

Bulldogs drop 11 spots in national poll

The University of Redlands’ 42-16 loss to North Central (Ill.) resulted in an 11-place drop in the D3Football.com Top 25 poll released on Monday.

The Bulldogs were ranked No. 14 last week.

Cal Lutheran, Redlands’ biggest rival, is ranked No. 10.

ept. 8:

# School (1st
votes)
Rec Pts Prev.
1 UW-Whitewater (18) 1-0 618 1
2 Mount
Union
 (7)
1-0 607 2
3 Wesley 2-0 570 3
4 Mary Hardin-Baylor 1-0 545 4
5 Linfield 2-0 517 5
6 St.
Thomas
2-0 476 7
7 Salisbury 1-1 447 6
8 Wabash 1-0 427 8
9 St. John Fisher 2-0 423 9
10 Cal
Lutheran
1-0 383 11
11 Trinity (Texas) 2-0 318 12
12 Bethel 1-0 293 15
13 North Central (Ill.) 1-1 284 13
14 Hobart 2-0 246 18
15 Baldwin Wallace 1-0 231 17
16 Illinois Wesleyan 2-0 206 19
17 UW-Platteville 2-0 193 21
18 Birmingham-Southern 2-0 154 24
19 Wheaton (Ill.) 1-1 128 10
20 Franklin 0-2 118 16
21 Thomas
More
0-1 110 23
22 Widener 2-0 86 25
23 Centre 2-0 82
24 Hampden-Sydney 2-0 76
25 Redlands 0-1 70 14

Dropped out: No. 20 Rowan, No. 22 Delaware
Valley

Others receiving votes: Johns Hopkins 68;
Rowan 61; Albion 54; UW-Oshkosh 52; UW-La Crosse 47; Louisiana
College 31; St. Olaf 30; Heidelberg 22; Illinois College 16; Kean
12; Willamette 11; John Carroll 11; Carthage 7; Albright 7; Coe 7;
Elmhurst 5; Norwich 4; Salve Regina 4; Lebanon Valley 4; Brockport
State 3; St. John’s 3; Amherst 2; Wittenberg 2; Waynesburg 1.

The D3football.com Top 25 is voted on by a panel of 25 coaches,
Sports Information Directors and media members from across the
country, and is published weekly.