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Inland college roundup: Friday, October 6

By in Press Enterprise on October 7, 2017

By Sports Staff

The Cal Baptist men’s water polo team won two games on the road in day one of the Gary Troyer Tournament at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps.
Cal Baptist defeated Fordham, 12-9, and McKendree, 15-5.
Jonny Lotero scored two of the first three goals of the second quarter against Fordham. Teammate Kyle Christian scored the other.
Fordham fought back, but the Lancers responded each time.
Lotero led the team with five goals. Tanner Shore followed with two.
Shore led the pack with three goals against McKendree.
CBU, who won eight of its last nine, improves to 15-6.

CROSS COUNTRY
Tigers take first:
The Riverside City College men’s and women’s cross country teams each earned first place at the Brubaker Invitational at Irvine Park.
The women took the first place finish after coming in with a time of 1:41:51. Sarah Hollis, who came in with a time of 18:59.2, earned the first place individual finish.
She was followed by Robin Valencia who finished second with a time of 19:44.9.
Carissa Gomez came in fourth with a time of 20:30.1 to round out the top five.
The men had a total time of 1:48.18 to gain the first place, which was just two seconds better than the second and third place finishers.
Ricardo Cardenas led the way for the men with a second place finish and a time of 21:20.4.
Gabriel Sanchez, who had a career-best finish with a mark of 21:33.8, came in fourth.

WOMEN’S SOCCER
San Bernardino Valley 10, Imperial Valley 0:
Osmara Nunez had two goals and two assists as San Bernardino Valley College took the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference home victory over Imperial Valley.
Traci Martinez also had a pair of goals with an assist for the Wolverines (10-1, 6-0).
Claudia Alfaro opened the scoring in the 29th minute. Less than a minute later, Martinez followed with one of her own.
Teammate Jordyn DeJongh blasted one from 45 yards out to […]    

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