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Inland college roundup: Saturday, October 7

By in Press Enterprise on October 8, 2017

By Sports Staff

The Cal Baptist women’s cross country team took first in the Lewis University Conference Crossover in Chicago on Saturday.
The Lancers finished with 51 points to beat out Grand Valley State, which finished second with 66 points.
Emeline Delanis took third overall in 21 minutes, 36 seconds.
CBU also had a team of Lancers competing at the UC San Diego Triton Invitational, where Micaela Pulliam finished 27th overall.
In the men’s competition, the Lancers earned second place at the Lewis Crossover as Grand Valley took first.
McMarshall Hartzenburg led the way with a 24:57 fourth place finish.

MORE CROSS COUNTRY
Cal State San Bernardino places sixth:
The Coyotes were led by Michelle Pineda Palacios as they finished with 137 points in the UC San Diego Triton Challenge.
Cal Poly Pomona won the event with 56 points.
Palacios earned a 20th place finish in 23:03.28.

FOOTBALL
Mt. San Jacinto 47, Los Angeles Valley 33:
The Eagles defeated LA Valley Monarchs on the road in nonconference action.

MEN’S SOCCER
Cal Baptist takes draw in 2OT:
The Lancers settled for a 0-0 Pacific West Conference draw at home against Point Loma as neither team could find the back of the net.
Goalkeeper Edgar Benitez had two saves.
With the draw, CBU extended their unbeaten streak to 10-consecutive games to set a new single-season record. They are now 8-0-2 overall and 4-0-1 in conference.

WOMEN’S SOCCER
University of Redlands 1, Cal Lutheran 0:
Emily Falla scored the lone goal for the Bulldogs as they defeated Cal Lutheran in Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference match at home.
Louisa Alstot crossed the ball to Mollie Craighead in the 25th minute. Craighead then flicked the ball in the air to Falla, who volleyed it into the back of the net for the advantage and eventual game-winner.
Goalkeeper Hannah Menk had eight saves in the shutout.
Cal Baptist 2, Point Loma 1:
The Lancers took the Pacific West Conference […]    

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