Week 10 Community College scores

 

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NATIONAL NORTHERN CONFERENCE
Allan Hancock 34, Canyons 29
Bakersfield 52, Pasadena 6
Moorpark 28, Cerritos 19
NATIONAL CENTRAL CONFERENCE
Citrus 47, LA Harbor 15
Long Beach 55, Desert 10
Riverside 33, Mt. San Antonio 30
NATIONAL SOUTHERN CONFERENCE
Fullerton 56, Santa Ana 35
Golden West 30, Saddleback 6
Grossmont 48, Palomar 14
AMERICAN MOUNTAIN CONFERENCE
Chaffey 39, Southwestern 20
East Los Angeles 31, San Diego Mesa 17
San Bernardino Valley 40, Compton 7
Victor Valley 21, Mt. San Jacinto 14
AMERICAN PACIFIC CONFERENCE
Los Angeles Pierce 41, Glendale 16
Los Angeles Valley 17, Los Angeles Southwest 14
Santa Barbara 49, West Los Angeles 38
Santa Monica 57, Antelope Valley 30

SCIAC honors top men’s soccer players

Richie Marquez

 

Player of the Year – Richie Marquez, Sr., Defense – Redlands
Newcomer of the Year – Mike Crowley, Fr., Midfielder – Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
Brine Award of Distinction – Thomas Kwok, Sr., Midfielder – Caltech

All-SCIAC First Team

G – Jack Duncan, So. – Cal Lutheran
F – Nick Echeverry, Sr. – Chapman
F – Charles Izydorek, Jr. – Redlands
F – Hogan Marhoefer, So. – Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
F – Evan Keny-Guyer, Sr. – Redlands
M – Boye Christiansen, Jr. – LaVerne
M – Francis Maxwell, Sr. – Whittier
M – Matej Kustura, Jr. – Redlands
M – Michael Crowley, Fr. – Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
D – Andrew Gennen, Sr. – LaVerne
D – Ivan Sanchez, Sr. – Cal Lutheran
D – Willie O’Malley, Jr. – Whittier
D – Jaison Kimura, Jr. – Clarmont-Mudd-Scripps

All-SCIAC Second Team

G – Andreas Silva, Sr. – Redlands
F – Nathan Gonzalez, Fr. – LaVerne
F – Kyle Fleming, Jr. – Cal Lutheran
F – Devin Guthrie, Jr. – Whittier
F – Marcus Brandford, Sr. – Occidental
M – Fernando Almejo, Sr. – LaVerne
M – Salvador Orozca, Jr. – Cal Lutheran
M – Boston Kimmel, So. – Chapman
M – Dylan Fortin, So. – Whittier
D – Iam Cromwell, Sr. – Whittier
D – Tom Elsea, Fr. – Redlands
D – Paul Picciano, So. – Pomona-Pitzer
D – Elijah Lichtenberg, Fr. – Claremont-Mudd-Scripps

All-CCAA honors handed out in men’s soccer

Luis Najera

Luis Najera, Cal Poly Pomona, Freshman of the Year

2013 Men’s Soccer All-Conference Team
FIRST TEAM

Pos. Name Institution
GK Josh Cohen, UC San Diego
F Zach Hammond, Humboldt State
F Aaron Salazar, Cal State Dominguez Hills
F Taylor Varnadore, Sonoma State
MF Andisheh Bagheri, UC San Diego
MF Alejandro Covarrubias, Cal State Dominguez Hills
MF Tyson Crim, Chico State
MF Octavio Guzman, Chico State
D Alec Arsht, UC San Diego
D Lee Nishanian, Cal State San Bernardino
D Jake Ward, Chico State

SECOND TEAM
Pos. Name Institution
GK Mike Beigarten, Cal State L.A.
F Sam Merritt, San Francisco State
F Halil Tozar, Cal State L.A.
F Servando Perez, Cal State Monterey Bay
MF Alberto Anguiano,Cal State Monterey Bay
MF Juan Ochoa ,Cal State L.A.
MF Luke Palmer, Chico State
MF Jio Santana,Cal State Dominguez Hills
MF Taylor Wirth, UC San Diego
D Tony Alfaro, Cal State Dominguez Hills
D Dane Nielsen, Cal State L.A. Jr.
D Christhian Reyes, Cal State L.A.

Most Valuable Offensive Player: Taylor Varnadore (Sonoma State)
Most Valuable Defensive Player: Josh Cohen (UC San Diego)
Freshman of the Year: Luis Najera Jr. (Cal Poly Pomona)
Newcomer of the Year: Alejandro Covarrubias (Cal State Dominguez Hills)
Coach of the Year: Jon Pascale (UC San Diego)

Honorable Mention: GK – Sam Evans (Chico State); F: Brandon Cortez (Cal Poly Pomona), Andre Bissmark (Cal State L.A.), Alessandro Canale (UC San Diego), Miguel Vazquez (Cal State Dominguez Hills), Javier Martin (Cal State East Bay); MF – Max Madrigal (Cal State Monterey Bay), Nico Spann (Sonoma State), Conley Perry (Cal State East Bay), Aaron Glover (Sonoma State); D – Jordan Hatanaka (Cal State Dominguez Hills), Gavin Lamming (UC San Diego), Brett Sampiere (UC San Diego), Jordan Gorman (Chico State), Kyle Cadigan (Cal State Stanislaus), Jose Ortega (Cal Poly Pomona).

Cal State volleyball player earns weekly accolades

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Cal State San Bernardino’s Brenna McIntosh has been named the Molten/California Collegiate Athletic Association Women’s Volleyball Player of the Week for Oct. 28-Nov. 3.

McIntosh played perhaps the best weekend ever in the history of Coyotes’ volleyball after a record breaking 2-0 weekend with wins over Cal State Stanislaus and Chico State.

The sophomore middle blocker set a school record attack percentage (.933) in the 3-0 win over Cal State Stanislaus on the strength of a 14 kills, 0 errors, 15 attack effort.

On Saturday, McIntosh established another school record with 15 block assists in the 3-2 win over Chico State. She also hit .405 on the attack after smashing 19 kills with just two errors in the five-set victory.

For the weekend, the Yorba Linda hit .544 (33-2-57) and totaled 20 block assists with one solo, while chipping in with 2 service aces.

2013 Molten/CCAA Volleyball Player of the Week
Sept. 5-8: Julia Ashen (Cal State Monterey Bay)
Sept. 9-15: Madelyn Densberger (Sonoma State)
Sept. 16-22: Iona Lofrano (Cal State L.A.)
Sept. 23-29: Brenna McIntosh (Cal State San Bernardino)
Sept. 30-Oct. 6: Julia Ashen (Cal State Monterey Bay)
Oct. 7-13: Tori May (Cal State San Bernardino)
Oct. 14-20: Kymberly Silveyra (Cal State L.A.)
Oct. 21-27: Blair Ehrlich (Cal State Stanislaus)
Oct. 28-Nov. 3: Brenna McIntosh (Cal State San Bernardino)

Pomona-Pitzer volleyball player lands national recognition

Junior outside hitter Allie Frappier of Pomona-Pitzer has been named the Division III National Player of the Week by the American Volleyball Coaches Association.

Frappier broke school record for kills in a match with 40 in a four-set win over CMS on Saturday, after tallying 25 in a 3-1 win at Occidental on Friday. The 40 kills eclipsed the previous school record of 35, which was set by Joanne Nielson in 1990.

In addition, the 40 kills tied for the sixth-highest total in NCAA Division III history for a four-set match, as well as tying the record during the 25-point era (set length was dropped from 30 to 25 in 2008). She also pushed her average this season to 6.19 kills per set, leading all of college volleyball (all divisions) and leads Division III by a huge margin (nobody else averages 5.0 or more).

Frappier is in her first season with the Sagehens after transferring from Yale, where she was an All-Ivy League selection as a freshman in 2011 before missing last season with an injury. She has 427 kills this season, which already ranks as the second-highest single-season total in school history.

She has helped the Sagehens to a 17-7 record, 9-4 in the SCIAC.

This week’s community college football scores

NATIONAL NORTHERN CONFERENCE
Bakersfield 37, Moorpark 14
Pasadena 19, Allan Hancock 17
Cerritos 56, Ventura 27
NATIONAL CENTRAL CONFERENCE
El Camino 27, Desert 13
Long Beach 35, Los Angeles Harbor 28
Riverside 51, Citrus 50
NATIONAL SOUTHERN CONFERENCE
Fullerton 45, Palomar 20
Golden West 28, Santa Ana 16
Orange Coast 55, Saddleback 48
AMERICAN MOUNTAIN CONFERENCE
Chaffey 47, Mt. San Jacinto 28
San Bernardino Valley 29, East Los Angeles 6

Southwestern 42, Compton 0
Victor Valley 48, San Diego Mesa 7
AMERICAN PACIFIC CONFERENCE
Antelope Valley 34, West Los Angeles 21
Glendale 54, Los Angeles Southwest 9
Santa Monica 38, Los Angeles Valley 7

This week’s JC Football scores

Results from all the action Saturday . . .,

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

NATIONAL NORTHERN CONFERENCE

Canyons 44, Ventura 23

Cerritos 30, Allan Hancock 27

Moorpark 31, Pasadena 15

            NATIONAL CENTRAL CONFERENCE
Citrus 38, College of the Desert 21
Mt. San Antonio 59, Los Angeles Harbor 10
Riverside 48, El Camino 25
            NATIONAL SOUTHERN  CONFERENCE
Fullerton 48, Saddleback 44
Golden West 43, Grossmont 34
Santa Ana 38, Orange Coast 16
            AMERICAN MOUNTAIN CONFERENCE
Chaffey 23, San Bernardino Valley 12
Mr. San Jacinto 34, Compton 6
Southwestern 35, San Diego Mesa 0
Victor Valley 19, East Los Angeles 14
            AMERICAN PACIFIC CONFERENCE
Glendale 24, West Los Angeles 21
Los Angeles Pierce 42, Los Angeles Valley 9
Santa Barbara 18, Antelope Valley 16

This is week’s JC football scores

Not as many games as usual on the JC football schedule this week as 36 teams, including San Bernardino Valley, had byes.
Chabot 64, Cabrillo 24
Diablo Valley 50, Monterey Peninsula 13
Feather River 53, Yuba 17
Laney 44, Siskiyous 14
Merced 38, Sacramento 27
Allan Hancock 17, Los Angeles Harbor 0
Bakersfield 28, El Camino 0
Canyons 37, Antelope Valley 14
Cerritos 23, Palomar 10
Chaffey 24, Citrus 13
Fullerton 38, Riverside 36
Golden West 45, Pasadena 10
Long Beach 55, Santa Ana 33
Moorpark 21, Los Angeles Pierce 7
Mt. San Antonio 34, Grossmont 31
Orange Coast 40, Desert 30
Saddleback 52, Ventura 28

Week 5 community college football scores

All the scores from Saturday’s community action

NATIONAL NORTHERN CONFERENCE
Canyons 42, Bakersfield 14
Cerritos 30, Pasadena 5
Ventura 54, Moorpark 21
NATIONAL CENTRAL CONFERENCE
El Camino 33, Los Angeles Harbor 28
Mt. San Antonio 51, Desert 7
Riverside 42, Long Beach 28

NATIONAL SOUTHERN CONFERENCE
Grossmont 77, Orange Coast 19
Saddleback 21, Santa Ana 15
Golden West 42, Palomar 10
AMERICAN MOUNTAIN CONFERENCE
Chaffey 53, Compton 0
Mt. San Jacinto 26, San Diego Mesa 7
San Bernardino Valley 52, Victor Valley 30
Southwestern 35, East Los Angeles 10
AMERICAN PACIFIC CONFERENCE
Antelope Valley 40, Los Angeles Valley 35
Los Angeles Pierce 41, West Los Angeles 16
Santa Barbara 44, Los Angeles Southwest 7
Santa Monica 44, Glendale 28

NORTH
American River 34, San Francisco 13
Butte 68, Modesto 40
Cabrillo 56, Redwoods 49
Contra Costa 35, Sacramento 28 (OT)
Diablo Valley 47, Merced 12
Feather River 75, Shasta 45
Gavilan 61, West Hills 55 (OT)
Laney 45, Hartnell 14
Los Medanos 32, West Valley 15
Monterey Peninsula 44, Reedley 41
San Jose 27, Yuba 10
San Mateo 42, San Joaquin Delta 14
Santa Rosa 30, Fresno 23
Sequoias 41, De Anza 39
Sierra 51, Foothill 6
Siskiyous 47, Mendocino 7