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The Master’s College Men’s Basketball Team Bounced From GSAC Tournament

sportslocalThe Master’s College men’s basketball team made an early exit in the Golden State Athletic Conference tournament. The Master’s College lost to Azusa Pacific, 80-56. After beating Azusa Pacific, the 15th -ranked team in the NAIA, twice during the regular season, The Master’s College struggled in the third meeting between the two teams.

Thomas Millar scored a team-high 12 points for The Master’s College. Dean Hadley was held to eight points and Joey Fuca scored only seven.

In college baseball, The Master’s College baseball team lost to Vanguard, 4-3, despite a 2-for-4 day with a solo home run from second baseman Joe Zeller.

Vanguard scored two runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to win the game. The deciding run came on a passed ball.

The College of the Canyons baseball team lost to Allan Hancock College, 6-5, despite a two-run homer from Cal Vogelsang. Vogelsang was 3-for-5 and drove in two runs for COC.

The College of the Canyons softball team jumped all over Santa Monica College, 26-0. Ruby Herrera drove in six runs, Alexis Caso drove in five and Ashley Imperial and Karissa Hartwig combined on a five-inning, no-hitter.

In high school track, the Hart boys beat Burroughs, 69.5-66.5. Hart’s Trevor Lien won the 110 high hurdles and the 300 hurdles. Brian Vicari was the winner in the shot put and discus.

The Hart girls beat Burroughs, 70.5-65.5. Hart’s Grace Zamudio won the 1,600 and the 3,200.

The Canyon boys beat Crescenta Valley, 103-33. Nate Wolinarsky was a double winner for Canyon in the shot put and the discus.

The Canyon girls lost to Crescenta Valley, 70-66. Gillian Lopez won the shot out and the pole vault for Canyon.

The Lakers took the Miami Heat to overtime, but lost, 114-111, in another nailbiter between the two teams. Kobe Bryant scored 39 points including a jumper that sent the game into overtime. Dwyane Wade scored 27 points and had 14 assists for the Heat. But Quentin Richardson was the difference maker. He scored a season-high 25 points for the Heat.

The Kings lost to the Nashville Predators, 4-2. The Predators snapped the Kings’ three-game winning streak. Alexander Frolov and Drew Doughty scored for the Kings. The Predators scored two third period goals to ice the victory.

 

The Master’s College Men’s Basketball Team Bounced From GSAC Tournament

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Connie and her husband, John, moved to the Santa Clarita Valley almost 30 years ago. Living in Santa Clarita for that long is the direct opposite of Connie’s childhood. She was an Army ‘brat’ who moved every two to three years. Consequently, she has lived in many states and even spent three years in Europe. All three of her kids went to Santa Clarita schools. Connie says the best thing about her job at KHTS is that she is never bored. “If I’m not smiling, Carl is sure to ask why, just before giving me a mind-boggling project.” “KHTS AM-1220 is an integral part of our community and I’m glad to be a part of it. Besides, the DJs will take my request to play Shania Twain’s ‘Still the One’ for my wedding anniversary – gotta love that!”