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Rebound: Men’s volleyball sweeps, track and field at Sunshine Open


Friday, February 11

Softball: City College 1 at Santiago Canyon 13 (Doubleheader Game 1)

Left fielder Sarah Hammonds scored the first Vaqueros run in during the fourth inning with a double. City College had four hits for the game, but Santiago Canyon had five runs in the first inning. Lauren Indermuehle started pitching for the Vaqueros in the first three innings with one strikeout, and Hammonds closed the game by pitching the two final innings.

Softball: City College 1 at Santiago Canyon 9  (Doubleheader Game 2)

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The Vaqueros held Santiago Canyon to two runs in the first inning and scoreless until the fourth. Mellanie Barth was one of the five with a hit and scored a run in the third. City College will play at Cerro Coso on Tuesday, Feb. 15, in a doubleheader at 12 and 2 p.m.

Men’s Volleyball: City College 3 at Palomar 1 

City College played a 4-match game against Palomar with Kevin Vonyokes and Tobias Murphee leading the Vaqueros with ten kills apiece. Nate Rodgers led the way on defense with 12 digs. Toby Still dished 26 assists and Carter Cottrell made 25, feeding the City College attack at the net. Cottrell also had three serving aces.

Women’s Swim and Dive: City College at Larry Baratte Memorial, Long Beach

City College started their season in the unscored preseason meet at Long Beach College. The Vaqueros had 17 athletes in uniform, which was the largest entry at the competition. Ensley Letterman finished first in the 50m freestyle, fourth in the 100m, and second in 500m. Elina Borghoff shone as well, taking second in the 100m breaststroke and third in the 200m individual medley.


Friday, February 11 and Saturday, February 12

Track and Field Day 1 and 2: City College at Sunshine Open

The freshman showed their talents as City College competed at the Sunshine Open at Westmont College. Freshman Aiden Mosley finished second in the Men’s 200m race with 22.34. Mosley and freshman Matthew Staples finished fifth and sixth in the Men’s 60m race, Mosley finished with a time of 7.31, and Staples finished at 7.33. freshman Jillian Zimmerman finished in fifth in the women’s high jump with a 1.23m. The next meet will be held at Antelope Valley at the WSC Relays on Friday, February 18, at 11 a.m.


Saturday, February 12

Men’s Volleyball: City College 3 at Grossmont 2

The Vaqueros played a 5-match game on Saturday with 51 kills total. Kevin Vonyokes led the team in points with 20 total and kills with 18. Jack McManus had the second-most for the team with 11 kills. Nate Rodgers led the team in digs with 16, and Carter Cottrell added 10. Cottrell also led the team in assists with 28. City College will host Irvine Valley on Wednesday, February 16, at 6 p.m.

Baseball: City College 5 vs East LA 14

The Vaqueros hosted East LA at Pershing Park on Saturday. City College had a lead of 3-2 before the fifth inning, but East LA scored six runs in their half. The Vaqueros scored a pair of runs in the seventh, as Max Porter’s sac fly brought Justin Deal home, and Gabe Baldovino hit a double that brought Owen Crevelt home. City College will host West LA for their next game on Tuesday, Feb. 15, at 2 p.m.

Men’s Basketball: City College 77 vs Allan Hancock 106

The Vaqueros scored 38 points in the first half and 39 points in the second half, with Wilfrid Nado’s 18 and Adam Weingard’s 10 as their top scorers. Walker Grossi added 10 points off the bench. Allan Hancock opened a 15 point lead at halftime, and then scored 53 points in the second half. City College will play their next game at LA Pierce at 5 p.m. on February 15.

Women’s Basketball: City College 53 vs Allan Hancock 59

Asia Kirven led the Vaqueros in points with 23, followed by Isabella Jensen Williams with 13. Katrina Regalado added to the effort with eight rebounds and eight assists. Hancock led by four at the half. Hancock scored 36 points in the second half, putting them in a comfortable lead. The Vaquero’ will play at Ventura College on Monday, February 14, at 5 p.m.

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