Golden Valley’s Chelsey Totten won the 45th annual Staub-Barnes Invitational Division 1 girls cross country race at Crescenta Valley Park.
Totten led a group of five girls from the Santa Clarita Valley in the top 10 at the meet. West Ranch’s Ashley Welker finished third, Canyon’s Madison Hills was fourth, Golden Valley’s Abby Buckhoff was seventh and West Ranch’s Samantha Phillips was eighth.
The Canyon girls team finished second in the meet. Crescenta Valley won the Division 1 girls title with five runners in the top 13.
The Saugus boys cross country team finished second in the Brea Invitational at Carbon Canyon Park, losing a tiebreaker to Burbank.
AJ Yarnell from Saugus finished second in the boys race. Burbank’s Isaiah Amos won the race with teammate Sergio Fraire in third.
In college soccer, The Master’s College women, ranked No. 15 in the NAIA, beat Vanguard University, 4-2. Danielle Hollinger had a goal and an assists for The Master’s College.
The Master’s College men’s soccer team, ranked 17th in the NAIA, lost to Vanguard, 2-1. Kenny Gardner scored the lone goal for The Master’s College.
In college golf, the College of the Canyons women won the two-day North-South Invitational in Morro Bay for the second year in a row.
COC shot 621 as a team, two shots better than Palomar, which came into the match undefeated.
COC’s Kristen Grimes shot the low round of the event with a two-day total of 147. Saugus High graduate Catherine Walgamuth carded a 155 over the two days.
In auto racing, Ron Hornaday Jr. won the the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Kentucky Speedway on Saturday to record the 50th victory of his career.
Hornaday, a former Saugus Speedway champ, has won four Truck Series titles. He holds the record for most career Truck Series wins, top-five finishes and top-10 finishes.
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