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Vaquero Defense Holds Marauders Scoreless


Sal Polcino, Newsroom Manager
October 22, 2014

The Vaqueros football team continued to dominate as they annihilated the Antelope Valley Marauders 44–0 at Sartoris Field last Saturday. The Vaqs are now 5–1 and are tied with Santa Barbara for first place in the American Pacific division. Quarterback Andre Nunez completed 16 of 23 passes for 227... Read more »

Vaqs Winning Streak Ends in Santa Monica


Kendall Faulkner, Sports Editor
October 8, 2014

Despite a 4-0 winning streak, which has not been matched since the season of 1988, the college’s football team has remained humble and dedicated to reaching their full potential. Although that winning streak came to an end on Oct. 4 against Santa Monica on Saturday, when the Vaqs lost 48-31, the team... Read more »

Lady Vaqs Volleyball Drops One in Conference Play


R.J. Saunders, Staff Writer
October 8, 2014

With tough losses in their two home games of the preseason, the Lady Vaqueros hoped to redeem themselves in their first home game of conference play against the Moorpark Raiders. The Lady Vaqueros, who were 2-12 before their game against Moorpark, were continuing to struggle as they came into the game... Read more »

Meet Our Vaqueros: Up and Coming Players this Season

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Kendall Faulkner, Sports Editor
October 8, 2014

Tanner Mays: (Football) Number and Position: 81, Tight End Age :19 Bio: From Portland, Ore., Mays is a marketing major who chose to attend Glendale College because of the honesty and directness of the coaching staff and coach John Rome. Unsure of where he wants to transfer to, Mays said that being at... Read more »

No Timeout for Coach Mena


Kendall Faulkner, Staff Writer
September 24, 2014

For many people, Glendale College is just a stepping-stone to a four-year school and a place to determine what students want to do for the rest of their lives. However, for women’s soccer coach Jorge Mena, 50, the campus is his home. Mena arrived at the college in 1986 as a student athlete and has... Read more »

Women’s Volleyball Goes Off Speed in the Preseason


R.J. Saunders, Staff Writer
September 24, 2014

The Lady Vaqueros played their first preseason game in front of the home crowd last Wednesday as they went toe-to-toe with the Ventura College Pirates, losing in three sets. The Lady Vaqs, a team that is still trying to find its identity before the official season, came into the game with a 1-5 record,... Read more »

Defensive Back Hangs up Opposing Receivers


RJ Saunders, Staff Writer
September 24, 2014

Dante Shipman has everything coaches look for in young, developing cornerbacks. At 6 feet, 1 inch, and 180 pounds, he’s fast and efficient, with a graceful speed that allows him to stay on top of receivers defensively. However, Shipman, 21, had to work hard to hone his athletic skills. According to... Read more »

Vaqueros Turn Huskies to Mush


Kendall Faulkner, Staff Writer
September 11, 2014

With a team composed of many returning sophomores, head coach John Rome was feeling optimistic before the season’s first football game. His optimism was not in vain, as the Vaqueros demolished East Los Angeles College with the overwhelming score of 41-0. Glendale started with a coin toss loss and two... Read more »

Men’s Soccer Struggles in Preseason

Kendall Faulkner, Staff Writer
September 11, 2014

The Vaqueros’ mens soccer team is working hard to change their performance after a weak preseason. Their preseason began with a 2-2 tie against Irvine Valley College; however,  the next two games resulted in losses, with a final score of 2-1 against Cypress College and 4-0  against Los Angeles Harbor... Read more »

Vaqueros Track and Field Brings Home the Gold


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 »

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