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The Master’s College Women’s Soccer Team Opens Season With 4-0 Win

khts_sportsThe Master’s College women’s soccer team, ranked No. 23 in the NAIA, opened their season with a convincing 4-0 win over Roberts Wesleyan of New York.

Emily Bruton and Robyn Estrada each had a goal and an assist in the win at Reese Field on the campus of The Master’s College.

Canyon High graduate Sierra Goff and Andrea Reyes also scored for The Master’s College.

Next up for the The Master’s College is Cal State Los Angeles on Tuesday.

On the men’s side, The Master’s College is ranked No. 2 in the preseason NAIA poll. The men made it to the championship game of the NAIA playoffs last year, losing to Lindsey Wilson of Kentucky. Lindsey Wilson is ranked No. 1 in the preseason poll and received 19 of 20 first-place votes.

The No. 2 preseason ranking for The Master’s College is the highest in school history. The Master’s College finished with a 19-3-3 record and won the Golden State Athletic Conference with a 9-1 record.

The Master’s College men open their season against Westminster of Utah in Salt Lake City on Thursday.

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In auto racing, Gerritt Cromsigt of Saugus won the NASCAR Super Stocks race at Toyota Speedway at Irwindale on Saturday night. It was his fourth win of the season.

Rich DeLong III of Santa Clarita finished second and extended his lead in the Super Stocks standings at Irwindale. He has a 48-point lead over Bryan Harrell of Riverside with four races remaining in the Super Stocks season.

In the NASCAR Late Model race, RJ Johnson of Canyon Country finished third and maintained his lead in the Late Model standings at the track. Johnson set fast time, but finished behind Mike Johnson of Covina, who won the race, and Nick Joanides of Woodland Hills, who was second.

RJ Johnson has a 24-point lead in the Late Model standings with four races remaining.

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In the Firestone Indy Lights series, Joel Miller, driving for Bryan Herta Autosport, posted the first top-10 finish of his career.

Miller, a 22-year-old driver from Hesperia making only his second career Indy Lights start, was ninth in Sunday’s race at Infineon Raceway in Sonoma.

Sebastian Saavedra, the other driver for Bryan Herta Autosport in the race, did not finish. He made contact with Dan Clarke on lap 10 and had to withdraw with bent toe link. Saavedra was 15th in the 16-car field.

Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully will be the voice of the Dodgers for at least one more season. Scully has been calling Dodger games for 61 years and has been the only voice associated with the Dodgers for generations, dating back to the days of when the team was in Brooklyn.

He announced over the weekend that he will continue to broadcast Dodger home games and games against the National League and American League West teams.

Scully might be the only thing making the Dodgers worth watching and listening to these days. The Dodgers lost to the visiting Cincinnati Reds, 5-2, and are now only one game over .500.

Clayton Kershaw struck out 11 Reds batters, but he walked five and gave up three runs on five hits in seven innings.

Joey Votto hit a solo home run in the sixth inning and drove in three runs for the surging Reds.

The Dodgers have lost five of their past eight games, are mired in fourth place in the National League West standings and are 12 games out of first place.

The Master’s College Women’s Soccer Team Opens Season With 4-0 Win

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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!”