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The Final CCC basketball regional polls

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Men's basketball
CCCMBCA SoCal poll
College Rec. Previous
1. Saddleback (19-4)
2. Mt. San Antonio (18-2)
3. Riverside (15-6)
4. Chaffey (17-5)
5. L.A. Pierce (15-6)
6. East L.A. (15-5)
7. Antelope Valley (14-6)
8. Canyons (16-6)
9. Ventura (19-5)
10. Palomar (14-8)
11. San Bernardino Valley (15-6)
12. Cerritos (12-7)
13. Hancock (13-6)
14. MiraCosta (13-8)
15. Citrus (11-7)

Women's basketball
CCCWBCA SoCal poll
College Rec. Previous
1. Mt. San Antonio (6) (22-0) 1
2. Ventura (21-3) 2
3. Long Beach City (18-2) 3
4. San Bernardino Valley (18-4) 4
5. Mt. San Jacinto (17-2) 5
6. Chaffey (15-6) 6
7. Pasadena City (15-5) 7
8. Cypress (11-7) 8
9. Canyons (15-7) 9
10. L.A. Valley (15-8) 12
11. Santa Barbara City (16-7) 10
12. Irvine Valley (15-9) 11
13. Cuesta (15-8) 15
14. East L.A. (12-8) 13
15. Cerritos (11-9) 15

This week's CCC basketball regional polls

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Men's basketball
CCCMBCA SoCal poll
College Rec. Previous
1. Saddleback (19-4)
2. Mt. San Antonio (18-2)
3. Riverside (15-6)
4. Chaffey (17-5)
5. L.A. Pierce (15-6)
6. East L.A. (15-5)
7. Antelope Valley (14-6)
8. Canyons (16-6)
9. Ventura (19-5)
10. Palomar (14-8)
11. San Bernardino Valley (15-6)
12. Cerritos (12-7)
13. Hancock (13-6)
14. MiraCosta (13-8)
15. Citrus (11-7)

Women's basketball
CCCWBCA SoCal poll
College Rec. Previous
1. Mt. San Antonio (6) (22-0) 1
2. Ventura (21-3) 2
3. Long Beach City (18-2) 3
4. San Bernardino Valley (18-4) 4
5. Mt. San Jacinto (17-2) 5
6. Chaffey (15-6) 6
7. Pasadena City (15-5) 7
8. Cypress (11-7) 8
9. Canyons (15-7) 9
10. L.A. Valley (15-8) 12
11. Santa Barbara City (16-7) 10
12. Irvine Valley (15-9) 11
13. Cuesta (15-8) 15
14. East L.A. (12-8) 13
15. Cerritos (11-9) 15

Signature win

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The Ventura College women's soccer team (7-5) remains unranked. But the Pirates knocked off Fresno, ranked No. 4 in Northern California and No. 8 in the state, 1-0 Saturday on Daisy Cardona's goal.

Cardona, an All-American selection as a freshman, leads the WSC in both goals (10) and points (27).

Ventura's five losses are to No. 1 Cerritos, No. 2 Santiago Canyon, No. 3 Cypress, No. 6 Los Angeles Pierce and No. 8 Canyons, who are a combined 41-2-4.

Today's CC football preview caps

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COMMUNITY COLLEGE FOOTBALL
No. 19 Saddleback (1-3) at No. 2 Ventura (5-0)
WHEN/WHERE: Today, 6 p.m., VC Sportsplex
LAST WEEK: Santa Ana 33, Saddleback 20; Ventura 41, Moorpark 9.
SERIES HISTORY: Saddleback leads, 7-0.
GAME FACTS: Ventura is a win from its best start in 23 years, but it has never beaten Saddleback. Ventura is No. 6 in scoring offense (37.8 ppg). QB Ebahn Feathers (96-of-167 passing, 1,050 yards, 11 TDs, 5 ints.) is carrying a foot injury but is expected to play. WR Dylan McDaniel has caught 26 passes for 402 yards and 4 TDs. After last week's eight-turnover, seven-interception performance against Moorpark, Ventura now leads Southern California in both interceptions (12) and fumble recoveries (9). It is now plus-10 in turnover margin. RB Anthony Cade is Saddleback's leading rusher (60 att., 381 yard, 2 TDs) and receiver (31 rec., 234 yards).

Moorpark (1-4) at Los Angeles Pierce (3-1)
WHEN/WHERE: Today, 7 p.m., Sheppard Stadium, Woodland Hills
LAST WEEK: Ventura 41, Moorpark 9; L.A. Pierce 52, West L.A. 35
SERIES HISTORY: Moorpark leads, 16-11.
GAME FACTS: Moorpark hopes to go from licking its wounds after last week's loss to Ventura to licking its other regional rival. Yet Pierce, featuring St. Bonaventure product Nick Arbuckle, is the top passing offense in SoCal (454.7 ypg). The Fermin brothers, cornerbacks Victor (4) and Cesar (1), have combined for five interceptions. Ben Conlin (62-of-121 passing, 647 yards, 5 TDs) remains the Moorpark QB. Moorpark's four leading rushers are out injured and two defensive players have been moved into the backfield. WRs Cheldon West (16 rec., 166 yards, 2 TDs), Dominick Markham (15 rec., 195 yards) and Brent Stevens (15 rec., 225 yards, 4 TDs) are now the top offensive options.

Breaking out

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Carlotta Kloppenburg hadn't hit a shot in a week and it was wearing on her.

But the sophomore shot herself out of her 0-for-15 slump Wednesday by making six 3-pointers, scoring a game-high 20 points in the Ventura women's 93-61 win over visiting L.A. Pierce

"I think we all feel a lot better after that," said Kloppenburg.

The sophomore, who averages more than 2.5 3s per game, said she spent much of Sunday, Monday and Tuesday in the gym honing her shot.

"I just have to relax, go have fun and play," said Kloppenburg

Forfeits alter WSC races

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The WSC North men's standings were altered this week by news that the Los Angeles Pierce men's team had fielded an ineligible player in wins over Oxnard Jan. 4 and Hancock Jan. 11.

The forfeits lifted Hancock (17-5, 4-1) into first place by a half game over Ventura, Moorpark and Cuesta, who are all 3-1, and kept reeling Oxnard (9-9, 2-2) within touching distance.

WSC commissioner Jerry White has been busy.

Citrus, which lost the SCFA Western Conference football title because of three forfeits due to an ineligible player, also forfeited 13 women's basketball games this month because of an ineligible player, throwing the WSC South race into chaos. The Owls No. 2-ranked men's basketball team also had its head coach Chris Victor and assistant coach Patrick Johnson suspended for two and eight games, respectively, because of recruiting violations this month.

Ofer Wednesday

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It doesn't happen very often, but the county took a beating Wednesday night, when the three men's basketball teams were swept to begin WSC North play.

Hancock (14-4, 1-0), Cuesta (13-6, 1-0) and Los Angeles Pierce (4-8, 1-0) broke out on top of the WSC North standings with wins.

Moorpark (4-12, 0-1) was actually within one possession down the stretch at Hancock, before the Bulldogs survived, 78-70. Hancock was only WSC North team in the Southern California regional coaches' poll this week at No. 12.

Meanwhile, both Ventura and Oxnard squandered halftime leads in key home games.

Ventura led 42-36 prior to a halftime buzzer-beater from Cuesta's Malte Kramer. Oxnard led Los Angees Pierce at the intermission, 33-25, and missed a potential game-winning buzzer beater.

Moorpark coach Remy McCarthy's words proved prophetic earlier in the week.

"Pierce has really good talent," said McCarthy on Tuesday. "They're capable of beating anybody even thought their record might not show it."

Saturday's box scores

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Fullerton 31, Ventura 7
Non-conference
Ventura 0 0 7 0 -- 7
Fullerton 7 7 17 0 -- 31
First quarter
FC -- Mosley 6 pass from Goggans (Sandoval kick), 12:43.
Second quarter
FC -- Sterns 3 run (Sandoval kick), 14:55.
Third quarter
FC -- Lee 80 kickoff (Sandoval kick), 14:30.
FC -- FG Sandoval 37, 7:52.
FC -- Garrett 30 return of blocked punt (Sandoval kick), 7:23.
VC -- Newsome 52 pass from Smith (Luna kick), 0:49.
Team stats VC FC
First downs 18 8
Rushes-Yards 24-5 38-43
Passing Yards 287 115
Comp-Att-Int 24-62-2 9-20-0
Punts-avg. 7-33.3 9-31.6
Fumbles-Lost 2-0 1-0
Penalties-Yards 13-123 17-202
Individual statistics
RUSHING: Ventura -- Craver 5-12, Caro 5-11, Smith 4-8, Nixon 1-6, Barnes 4-1, Koman 2-(--2), Reed 1-(--2), Kirkwood 1-(--3), Reynoso 1-(--26). Fullerton -- Sterns 7-41, Douglas 9-22, Colton 9-18, Goggans 4-10, Torres 3-9, Team 1-(--2), Coleman 3-(--4), Moran 1-(--6), Bednarski 1-(--45)
PASSING: Ventura -- Koman 13-41-2-127, Smith 11-21-0-160. Fullerton -- Bednarski 5-12-0-73, Goggans 4-8-0-42.
RECEIVING: Ventura -- Vizzi 11-124, Newsome 4-68, Burton 3-56, Johnson 2-18, Rice 1-9, Reyes 1-5, Rodarte 1-4, Kirkwood 1-3. Fullerton -- Turner 2-57, Walker 1-24, Taylor 1-7, Reid 1-7, Mosley 1-6, Weekes 1-6, Colton 1-5, Floyd 1-3.
RECORDS: Fullerton 2-0, Ventura 1-1.

Moorpark 54, Los Angeles Pierce 7
Non-conference
Moorpark 0 19 14 21 -- 54
Pierce 0 7 0 0 -- 7
Second quarter
MC -- Townsley 8 fumble recovery (kick failed), 7:06.
MC -- Hutchins 21 pass from Owens (Ruhnke kick), 4:32.
MC -- Robinson 40 pass from Owens (Ruhnke kick), 4:10.
LAPC -- Washington 21 from Basmajian (Gutierrez kick), 2:28.
Third quarter
MC -- Mouton 35 interception return (Ruhnke kick), 13:27.
MC -- Elmore 2 pass from Owens (Ruhnke kick), 4:37.
Fourth quarter
MC -- Robinson 14 pass from Owens (Ruhnke kick), 9:27.
MC -- Hanover 19 pass from Choto (Stevens rush), 6:08.
MC -- Franklin 2 run (kick failed), 0:15.
Team stats MC LAPC
First downs 21 16
Rushes-Yards 37-122 44-30
Passing Yards 212 121
Comp-Att-Int 13-27-1 14-38-4
Punts-avg. 8-48.8 8-32.9
Fumbles-Lost 1-1 4-3
Penalties-Yards 10-82 12-123
Individual statistics
RUSHING: Moorpark -- Franklin 14-52, Robles 8-19, Jackson 7-16, Choto 1-13, Owens 5-13, Quals 1-9, Looney 1-0. Pierce --J. Johnson 17-62, Rasmussen 6-22, Childs 3-6, Washington 5-3, B. Smith 1-2, Benson 1-(--4), Basmajian 11-(--61).
PASSING: Moorpark -- Owens 12-25-1-193, Choto 1-2-0-19. Pierce -- Basmajian 7-21-3-80, Rasmussen 6-14-1-31, Carranza 1-3-0-10.
RECEIVING: Moorpark -- Robinson 4-103, Hutchins 3-59, Hanover 1-19, West 1-18, Looney 1-7, Moe 1-4, Elmore 1-2, Franklin 1-0, Pierce -- B. Smith 4-24, Morris 3-42, Hill 2-12, Washington 1-21, Bell 1-10, Everett 1-9, Benson 1-2, J. Johnson 1-(--1).
RECORDS: Moorpark 1-1, Pierce 0-2.

Home game added

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Moorpark College football will play six home games this season. Its local rivalry game with Los Angeles Pierce on Sept. 10 has been moved to Moorpark due to construction delays to Shepard Stadium.

Kickoff is now set for 6 p.m. at Griffin Stadium. No word on which school will be the official host.

"I don't know in terms of the jerseys," said Moorpark athletic director Howard Davis, "but we're going to run everything like its our home game."

LIVE -- SoCal regional playoffs

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We're here at Marauder Gym in Lancaster for the Oxnard College men's basketball team's first postseason contest in eight seasons. The No. 20-seeded Condors, boosted by the return of sophomore star Scooter Holmes, visit No. 13 Antelope Valley. The game is being broadcasted on Homefieldsports.com and 1400 AM KKZZ Fillmore. I'll also be updating the game, plus as many scores as we can find here on Twitter.

2011 Southern California regional playoffs, first round

MEN
No. 12 Antelope Valley 100, No. 20 Oxnard 93 (OT)
No. 17 Long Beach City 82, No. 14 Glendale 73
No. 18 L.A. Southwest 93, No. 15 Compton 82
No. 16 L.A. Harbor 59, No. 19 Hancock 52

WOMEN
No. 16 Chaffey 81, No. 17 L.A. Pierce 75
No. 15 Santa Barbara City 77, No. 18 L.A. Trade Tech 59

Hot hands

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The WSC North women's race still features the Top 2 scorers in the state in Los Angeles Pierce freshman Monica Jackson (27.8 points per game) and Hancock freshman Camille Zumbro (26.2 ppg).

It also has three of the Top 9, when Pierce's Amari Hampton (18.6 ppg) is included, and four of the Top 18, when Moorpark's Sidney Dober (16.6 ppg) is included.

Dobner, a Newbury Park High product, is No. 9 in the state in assists (5.7 per game), LaFountain is No. 8 in blocks and No. 12 in rebounds.

VC women slip a spot to No. 9 in SoCal poll

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Despite perhaps one of the most impressive wins of the season, a 77-69 win over Los Angeles Pierce Wednesday, the first-place Ventura College women's basketball team slipped one spot to No. 9 in the Southern California coaches' poll.

The Pirates (15-7, 5-0) stayed pat at No. 15 in the state poll.

Pierce, the other WSC North team in the polls, stays at No. 15 in the SoCal poll.

CCCWBCA South Region Poll
January 24, 2011
Rank PrevCollege W-L Pts
1 1 San Bernardino Valley College (7) 19-1 119
2 2 Mt. San Antonio College 20-2 109
3 3 Fullerton College (1) 20-2 108
4 4 Cerritos College 17-5 88
5 5 Pasadena City College 17-4 85
6 6 Orange Coast College 17-6 77
7 7 College of the Canyons 16-6 72
8 9 Antelope Valley College 14-7 56
9 8 Ventura College 16-6 55
10 11 Mt. San Jacinto College 16-6 48
11 10 Cypress College 14-7 47
12 12 Chaffey College 12-8 33
13 13 Southwestern College 14-5 21
14 14 Riverside Community College 13-9 18
15 15 Los Angeles Pierce College 13-8 8
( ) - number one votes
Dropped Out (previous rank): none
Also Received Votes (alphabetical order): Barstow Community College, Citrus College, Los Angeles Trade-Technical College,Moorpark College, Santa Barbara City College

Click the jump for the state poll.

LIVE -- WSC North basketball

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The six round of the WSC North basketball campaign arrives at at 5 p.m. I'll be at Condor Center to check out the first place Oxnard College men's basketball team, but we'll be updating as many scores as we can find here on Twitter.

Men's scores, 5 p.m.
Oxnard 76, Los Angeles Pierce 61 FINAL Scooter Holmes had 21 points and nine rebounds and Codye Hatcher had 15 points, 16 rebounds and nine blocks to lead Oxnard.
Cuesta 78, Moorpark 63 FINAL
Hancock 87, Santa Barbara City 75 FINAL

Women's schedule, 7 p.m.
Los Angeles Pierce 78, Oxnard 72 FINAL Nikki Tauau had 29 points and nine rebounds, Darnisha McGee had 15 points and 13 rebounds and Samantha Strang had 12 points and seven rebounds. Pierce's Monica Jackson, the state's scoring leader, had 31 points.
Moorpark 75, Cuesta 53 FINAL Sidney Dobner had a triple-double with 12 pts, 10 rebs and 13 assists. Dee Kapil had 15 pts, and10 rebs. Ashley Samson had 19 points. Aisha Chambers had 12 points, eight rebounds and three steals for Moorpark.
Santa Barbara City 83, Hancock 68 FINAL

Dogged days

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Wednesday night's WSC North women's showdown between first-place Ventura and second-place Los Angeles Pierce developed into a midseason test of depth.

The Pirates practiced Tuesday without three of its four leading scorers, Destinee LaFountain (ankle), Rebecca Griffin (flu-like symptoms) and Ja'Lisa Gatlin (flu-like symptoms).

But the Brahmas were forced to play without its second-leading scorer Amari Hampton, who entered the week No. 9 in the state in scoring at 18.8 points per game.

Interestingly enough, Hampton is only third in scoring among WSC North players. In Pierce guard Monica Jackson (26.5 ppg) and Hancock guard Camille Zumbro (24.8 ppg), the WSC North features the state's Top 2 scorers.

LIVE -- WSC North basketball

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The fifth round of the WSC North basketball campaign arrives at Moorpark, Oxnard and Woodland Hills tonight at 5 p.m. I'll be at Brahama Gym for the big first-versus-second women's showdown, but we'll be updating as many scores as we can find here on Twitter.

Men's scores, 5 p.m.
Ventura 95, Los Angeles Pierce 62 FINAL James Ennis lead the Pirates, which opened up a 50-33 halftime and rollled, with 20 points. Corey Hall had 19 points and Austin Ramljak had 16 points. Michael Beliveau added 10 points off the bench. Ventura had 13 3-pointers. Pierce was led by Chris Smith's 16 points.
Oxnard 70, Santa Barbara City 68 FINAL Scooter Holmes' steal in the final seconds clinches the win as the first-place Condors improve to 4-0 in the WSC North. Holmes had 23 points, 19 in the second half, and six rebounds. Marcus Falley finished with 13 points and four assists. Gary Johnson had seven points and seven rebounds.Codye Hatcher had six points, six rebounds and six blocks.
Hancock 83, Moorpark 61 FINAL Raiders fall despite 21 points from Alex Romero and 20 points from Jamal McClerkin. Hancock star Ali Langford had a game-high 13 points at the half

Women's schedule, 7 p.m.
Ventura 77, Los Angeles Pierce 69 FINAL Rebecca Griffin had 18 points, Destinee LaFountain had 12 points and 10 rebounds and Ariel Hale had 14 points as the Pirates (16-6, 4-0) opened up a two-game lead atop the WSC North standings. Stephanie Ramirez and Regan Mew added 13 and 10 points, respectively. Pierce's Monica Jackson, the state's scoring leader at 26.8 per game, had a game-high 29 points.
Santa Barbara City 55, Oxnard 44 FINAL
Moorpark 90, Hancock 63 FINAL Ashley Samson had 25 points and Sidney Dobner had 24 points and seven assists for the Raiders. Dee Kapil added 14 points and eight rebounds. Chelsea Smith had six steals.

Three Pirates miss practice

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The first-place Ventura College women's basketball team is ailing ahead of Wednesday's important trip to second-place Los Angeles Pierce.

Three key players, point guard Rebecca Griffin (flu), Ja¹Lisa Gatlin (flu) and Destinee LaFountain (sprained ankle), missed practice today.

"If they can walk, they¹re playing," said Ventura coach Ned Mircetic. "That's why they sat around today."

The young Pirates (15-8, 4-0) are rounding into form, winning five straight games and 10 of 12 to rise to No. 8 in the Southern California coaches' poll ahead of the trip to No. 15 Pierce (12-7, 2-1).

Four WSC North teams stay in women's poll

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They were shuffled, but the four WSC North women's basketball teams stayed in the Southern California regional coaches poll this week.

After 2-0 weeks, Ventura and Pierce rose to No. 12 and No. 14, respectively. Moorpark and Santa Barbara City are now tied at No. 15.

CCCWBCA South Region Poll
provided by JCScores.com
January 10, 2011
Rank PrevCollege W-L Pts
1 1 San Bernardino Valley College (7) 15-1 118
2 2 Mt. San Antonio College 18-2 111
3 3 Fullerton College (1) 16-2 107
4t 5 Cerritos College 14-5 89
4t 4 Pasadena City College 13-4 89
6 6 Orange Coast College 15-5 74
7 10 College of the Canyons 12-6 66
8 11 Antelope Valley College 12-6 55
9 8 Cypress College 12-5 52
10 9 Chaffey College 10-6 45
11 7 Mt. San Jacinto College 12-6 44
12 12t Ventura College 13-6 37
13 14 Southwestern College 10-5 17
14 15t Los Angeles Pierce College 12-6 15
15t 15t Moorpark College 10-6 10
15t 12t Santa Barbara City College 13-6 10
( ) - Number one votes( ) - Number one votes( ) - Number one votes
t - tie
Dropped Out (previous rank): none
Also Received Votes (alphabetical order): Barstow Community College, Citrus College, Los Angeles Trade-Technical College, Riverside Community College.

Bucking Brahmas

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Despite losing its first eight games, Los Angeles Pierce (4-10, 1-0) may be the wild card in the WSC North men's basketball race.

After upending defending champion Cuesta 72-68 in San Luis Obispo Wednesday night, the Brahmas are now 4-2 since point guard Torey Phillips returned from injury.

Phillips' return didn't just return Pierce its creative influence, it also allowed guard Chris Smith to move over to his more natural shooting guard position.

"Now we've got two very good ball-handlers on the court," said Babayan. "The pieces have started falling into the places that they were suppose to."

Pierce welcomes Moorpark to Woodland Hills Saturday night for a battle of two of the division's 1-0 teams. It's always fun between the local rivals, who met up in the Southern California regional quarterfinals last season with Pierce prevailing 71-60.

"Pierce-Moorpark is always a war," said Babayan. "From what I understand, our football programs don't like each other, our volleyball programs don't like each other. There's not too much love lost."

Suddenly, Bittner on cusp of milestone win

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Four Saturdays ago, a last second, 17-yard field goal fluttered wide by inches and the Moorpark College football team hit rock bottom with a sucker punch of a 13th straight loss.

Head coach Jim Bittner trudged to the middle of the field at Griffin Stadium and told Los Angeles Pierce head coach Efrain Martinez that he felt his team was snake bitten.

Martinez prophetically told Bittner not to worry, saying "You're going to win some games."

Moorpark has found its antidote, responding with its first three-game winning streak since 2007.

And Ventura County's winningest football coach, college or prep, is suddenly savoring every Saturday.

"Any win is treasured," said Bittner Tuesday. "You learn to treasure them when things like last year happen."

The veteran coach has gone from wondering if he'd ever celebrate another win to the cusp of a milestone. Saturday's win was the 199th of Bittner's tenure.

In 32 years under Bittner, the Raiders are 199-128-2 with 11 conference titles, 17 bowl appearances and, in recent years, two trips to the Southern California regional playoffs.

Bittner will attempt to join San Francisco's George Rush and Cerritos' Frank Mazzotta
among the state's active coaches who have hit the milestone Oct. 16, when the Raiders visit Antelope Valley.

"I haven't really given it much thought," said Bittner. "Whether it's 200 or 199 or 150, I don't really care. I just care about the next win. That's what I'm interested in."

"This team, I still don't know ho good they can be. If we make a few improvements as we go, I think we'll be able to compete for a championship. That's what I'm concerned about."

LIVE -- Fullerton at VC and Pierce at MC

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Live updates of tonight's two community college football games on our Twitter page.

Pierce 6 19 13 0 -- 38
Moorpark 14 0 14 8 -- 36
FINAL

Fullerton 6 14 14 6 -- 40
Ventura 3 3 21 0 -- 27
FINAL

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