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Vaqueros Track and Field Brings Home the Gold

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Jonathan Williams, Sports Editor
May 29, 2014

The Vaqueros track and field teams hit the finish line of a pinnacle season Sunday at the state championships at Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut. Elizabeth Nelson passed the best runner in the country in the women’s 1,500-meter and Justice Shank leaped over a 5-foot-8 bar to secure the state title... Read more »

Baseball Sophomores Say Goodbye to Vaqueros

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Kendall Faulkner, Staff Writer
May 29, 2014

When the Vaqueros baseball season came to an end on April 25, 16 sophomores stepped onto Stengel Field for the last time as Glendale College players. Sophomore catcher Cam Silva said, “We had guys from all sorts of different situations and backgrounds, but when we stepped on that field we were brothers.” Most... Read more »

College Foundation to Hold 30th Annual Golf Classic

Sherlyn Ann Maguit, Staff Writer
May 29, 2014

The Glendale College Foundation will host its 30th annual Golf Classic Tournament in June at the Oakmont Country Club in hopes to raise at least $100,000. For the past two years, the foundation has raised money to enhance facilities and special student success projects on campus. This includes purchase... Read more »

Several Vaqueros Qualify for State Track Final

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Jonathan Williams, Sports Editor
May 15, 2014

The postseason is coming to a close for the both track teams as members qualified for the state meet on Friday and Saturday. The Glendale women’s track and field team tied with Cerritos College with 54 points Saturday for fourth place and the men finished 14th at Riverside College. Elizabeth Nelson’s... Read more »

Vaq Shines at Golf Finals

Jonathan Williams, Sports Editor
May 15, 2014

As the sole competitor to qualify for the California Community Colleges Athletic Association men’s golf championship match in Riverside, freshman Evin Davis fell short of capturing the state title. Davis finished sixth in the overall standings, only five shots behind the leader College of the Canyons... Read more »

Track and Field Team Captain Leaves a Legacy

R.J. Saunders, Staff Writer
May 15, 2014

When one thinks of winning teams, they usually remember that one player who shined the brightest. The Glendale track team had an outstanding season this year and sophomore decathlon standout Quaid Vuncannon is that player. Vuncannon, a San Clemente High School graduate, went out for track during freshman... Read more »

Hosep Orojian Serves His Way To The Top

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Kendall Faulkner, Staff Writer
May 15, 2014

For many students, their freshman year of college is critical in determining the direction of their lives. Despite being only in his first year of college, Hosep Orojian is considered GCC’s number one tennis player for the 2014 season, leading his team in singles matches (a game of one-on-one tennis). “It’s... Read more »

Hall of Fame to Welcome New Members

Sherlyn Ann Maguit, Staff Writer
May 15, 2014

The Glendale College Athletic Hall of Fame will welcome five new members in October. They will be recognized for their exceptional work and achievements that have made a significant contribution to the college and its athletic department. The Class of 2014 Athletic Hall of Fame will be honoring the following... Read more »

Vaqueros End Season With Drive Into Playoffs

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Jonathan Williams, Sports Editor
May 1, 2014

A week after a second place finish at the Oakmont WSC, sophomore Vincent Lam and the Vaqueros golf team had one goal in its sights, a spot in the Southern California regional finals. The Vaqueros finished in third in the Western State Conference finals and secured a playoff spot at the Brookside Golf... Read more »

Tennis Coach Bob MacKay Serves Up Life Skills

Sherlyn Ann Maguit, RJ Saunders, Staff Writers
May 1, 2014

Perhaps the most important quality one needs to coach a sports team is enthusiasm. It takes years to build up coaching skills, experience and a good reputation. Tennis coach Bob MacKay, 71, embodies all of these qualities and more. He first set foot on the Glendale Community College campus 48 years ago.... Read more »

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