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McNally a frontrunner for Moorpark XC

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Megan McNally learned her role running behind Liberty Miller and Sarah Baxter at Simi Valley High.

So now that the sophomore has developed into the Moorpark College women's cross country team's frontrunner, she knows why it's so important for her to perform Saturday morning at the California Community College Athletic Association championships at Woodward Park in Fresno.

"You could always count on them being up there," said McNally of Miller and Baxter. "That's kind of what I feel like I have to do, always be there for my team."

McNally has been an ever-present for the Raiders this fall, repeatedly battling with Glendale's Grace Graham-Zamudio and Santa Barbara's Cecilia Instebo in the biggest races.

McNally, freshman Karla Vernola and sophomore Clarissa Wentworth have Moorpark, which finished second at WSCs and third at SoCals, in position to improve on last year's sixth-place state finish.

"We don't want to put too much pressure on ourselves," Vernola said, "but, at the same time, we know what needs to be done."

Orange Coast is the big favorite, but Moorpark will be competing with Glendale, DeAnza, Cerritos and others for a top-5 finish.

"It's always more fun to be the underdog," Vernola said.

"We just want to go in there and give it the best effort we can," McNally added. "Hopefully, it's second."

Ventura, which finished 12th at SoCals behind Danica Galvan's 26th-place finish, and Oxnard, which finished 20th behind Vannessa Martinez's 44th-place finish, will also be competing in Fresno.

"We all seem like we're ready to take on the challenge," Galvan said. "We're going to go up there and leave everything on the course."

Shifting gears

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With the regular season behind them and postseason brackets set, the two local soccer participants are spending the week readying themselves for knockout-style competition.

The No. 4 Oxnard College men's soccer team (14-2-4) is expecting an athletic, physical and organized opponent when it hosts No. 13 Orange Coast (11-5-4) in Saturday's regional quarterfinals at 2 p.m.

"They won't be easy to break down," Oxnard coach Ross Greaney said. "We'll have to be patient. We have to just manage the game well."

Until No. 10 Citrus (15-2-3) arrives at the VC Sportsplex on Saturday at 1 p.m., the No. 7 Ventura College women's soccer team (14-5-1) will bracing itself for striker Jasmine Williams, who has a school-record 17 goals and 10 assists for the Owls this fall.

"The playoffs is all about that one game," Ventura coach Steve Hoffman said. "Can we shut down their one star?"

When the fields were announced Tuesday, Oxnard avoided three-time defending state champion Mount San Antonio, who eliminated the Condors the last two seasons. Ventura's path to the Final Four, most likely, could include rematches with No. 2 Canyons, No. 3 Cerritos or No. 6 Cypress, three of the teams to beat the Pirates this season.

Oxnard men, Ventura women dominate WSC soccer

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Ventura County has dominated Western State Conference soccer this fall.

A combined 19-0-5 in conference play, the Oxnard College men and Ventura College women both clinched WSC titles in the past six days.

The Oxnard men (13-2-4, 11-0-4), ranked No. 3 in Southern California and No. 7 in the state, clinched a share of its third WSC title in six years with a 4-1 win at Hancock Tuesday night.

One year after an undefeated WSC campaign wasn't enough to edge Santa Barbara City, sophomores like goalkeeper Osvaldo Vallodolid, fullback Estanilo Arevalo and midfield Victor Magana knew that every win was precious this season.

"We have a bunch of sophomores who have learned from painful experiences in previous years," Oxnard coach Ross Greaney said. "Everybody learned from the finish to last year and knew that going undefeated wasn't enough."

"I think enough of our players knew the importance of every point, to make sure it didn't slip through our fingers again."

Put in position by its 4-1 win over Santa Barbara City, the Ventura women (13-5-1, 8-0-1) finished the job Friday with a 5-0 bruising of Cuesta.

After losing five of six matches early against some of the best teams in the nation, including No. 1 Santiago Canyon, No. 3 Canyons and No. 4 Cerritos, the Pirates, ranked No. 9 in Southern California and No. 13 in the state, rebounded with a 12-game unbeaten streak.

"When you play the type of competition we played, it's certainly pretty tough," Ventura coach Steve Hoffman said. "We didn't really hide from anybody and that's why we're playing so well."

Both are ranked No. 15 in the national coaches polls.

Oxnard's free-flowing attack has been led by striker Travis Bowen (14 goals) and attacker Max Madrigal (six goals, 10 assists).

"There is definitely a respect and a respect in the way that teams will play us, putting players behind the ball and defend just for a tie," Greaney said. "It's good preparation for playoffs."

After it wraps the regular season up Friday against visiting Oxnard, Ventura should be a much more dangerous postseason opponent later this month than its seed would hint.

"You get everybody healthy and you can go on a run," Hoffman said. "We're ready to rock and roll. I don't know whether we'll be at home or on the road, but we'll be ready."

Oxnard needs a tie against cross-county rival Moorpark Friday to clinch the title outright.

"The result on Tuesday has definitely taken the pressure off of us, knowing that we've have some reward for the season we've had," Greaney said. "But I don't think anybody wants to share the conference title. We know the job is not totally done."

Racing weather for SoCals

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Conditions for Saturday's Southern California cross country championships should be much more conducive to running than the last time the teams gathered at Fairfield Park in Costa Mesa.

The temperatures, which are expected to be in the high 60s Saturday, approached triple digits during the SoCal Preview meet Sept. 15.

"Twenty people ended up going to the hospital," Moorpark coach Traycie Kephart said. "This should be much better."

All three local women's teams, Moorpark, Ventura and Oxnard, qualified for SoCals by finishing in the Top 6 at the WSC Championships. All three are aiming to qualify for the state championships, which is Nov. 17 in Fresno.

Moorpark, behind sophomore Megan McNally's third-place finish, was third at the preview event, behind favorite Orange Coast and defending state champion Glendale.

"I think everybody's healthy," Kephart said. "They seem ready... They're very positive and upbeat."

Ventura's Danika Galvan, who finished 22nd at the preview, has recovered from a kidney infection that kept her from running for two weeks last month.

"I think we're healthy," Ventura coach Tony Veney said. "We're pretty well rested... I just need one more solid race."

Oxnard, which finished 20th at the preview, needs to finish at least two places better to qualify for Fresno.

"We have to do some headhunting," Oxnard coach Geno Sharp said.

Oxnard's Andy Chavarin is the lone local male qualifier for the event.

Western State Conference standings

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Western State Conference
Thru Wednesday Oct. 31

MEN'S SOCCER
Conference Overall
Team W-L-T Pts. W-L-T
Oxnard 10-0-3 33 12-2-3
LA Mission 9-3-1 28 10-5-3
Santa Barbara 7-4-3 24 9-6-3
Santa Monica 4-6-3 15 8-10-3
Hancock 4-6-3 15 5-8-4
Glendale 4-8-2 14 4-13-3
Canyons 3-7-4 13 4-9-5
Citrus 3-7-3 12 4-9-4
Moorpark 2-5-6 12 2-6-9

WOMEN'S SOCCER
North Conference Overall
Team W-L-T Pts. W-L-T
Ventura 7-0-1 22 12-5-1
Santa Barbara 4-1-2 14 8-3-4
Moorpark 4-3-0 12 7-7-1
Hancock 3-5-0 9 5-9-2
Oxnard 2-4-1 7 5-7-4
Cuesta 0-7-0 0 2-10-1

WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL
Northern Conference Overall
Team W-L GF GA W-L Pct.
Santa Barbara 8-0 24 2 14-6 .700
Moorpark 6-1 19 3 11-7 .611
LA Mission 3-5 9 15 7-8 .467
Ventura 3-5 11 17 4-15 .211
Cuesta 2-4 9 12 4-14 .222
Hancock 0-7 0 24 2-14 .125

MEN'S WATER POLO
Conference Overall
Team W-L W-L Pct.
LA Valley 4-0 12-9 .571
Cuesta 3-1 24-10 .706
Ventura 2-2 15-8 .652
Santa Monica 1-3 10-17 .370
Citrus 0-4 8-16 .333

WOMEN'S WATER POLO
Conference Overall
Team W-L W-L Pct.
LA Pierce 5-0 10-4 .714
Ventura 4-1 13-9 .591
LA Valley 3-2 17-8 .680
Cuesta 2-3 16-15 .516
Citrus 1-4 15-14 .517
Santa Monica 0-5 8-16 .333

Western State Conference standings

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Through Oct. 24

MEN'S SOCCER
Conference Overall
Team W-L-T Pts. W-L-T
Oxnard 9-0-3 30 11-2-3
LA Mission 7-3-1 22 8-5-3
Santa Barbara 6-3-3 21 8-5-3
Santa Monica 4-4-3 15 8-8-3
Hancock 5-5-2 17 6-7-3
Citrus 3-5-3 12 4-7-4
Moorpark 2-4-5 11 2-5-8
Glendale 2-8-2 8 2-13-3
Canyons 1-7-4 7 2-9-5

WOMEN'S SOCCER
North Conference Overall
Team W-L-T Pts. W-L-T
Ventura 5-0-1 16 10-5-1
Santa Barbara 3-0-2 11 7-2-4
Moorpark 3-3-0 9 6-7-1
Hancock 2-4-0 6 4-8-2
Oxnard 1-3-1 4 5-6-4
Cuesta 0-5-0 0 2-8-1

WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL
Northern Conference Overall
Team W-L GF GA W-L Pct.
Santa Barbara 6-0 18 1 12-6 .667
Moorpark 5-1 16 3 10-7 .588
LA Mission 2-4 6 14 7-7 .500
Ventura 2-4 8 14 3-14 .177
Cuesta 1-3 5 9 3-13 .231
Hancock 0-4 0 12 2-11 .154

MEN'S WATER POLO
Conference Overall
Team W-L W-L Pct.
LA Valley 4-0 12-9 .571
Cuesta 3-1 23-10 .697
Ventura 2-2 13-8 .619
Santa Monica 1-3 8-15 .348
Citrus 0-4 8-16 .333

WOMEN'S WATER POLO
Conference Overall
Team W-L W-L Pct.
LA Pierce 5-0 10-2 .833
Ventura 4-1 13-9 .591
LA Valley 3-2 15-8 .652
Cuesta 2-3 15-15 .500
Citrus 1-4 15-14 .517
Santa Monica 0-5 7-13 .350

This week's polls

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The first-place Ventura College football team (6-0) stayed steady this week at No. 2 in Southern California, No. 4 in the state and No. 6 in the JCFootball.com national poll.

Last week's impressive display rocketed the first-place Oxnard College men's soccer team (9-2-1) up to No. 3 in Southern California and No. 5 in the state. The Condors, who haven't conceded in its last nine hours of WSC play, held steady at No. 14 in the NSCAA national coaches' poll.

The Moorpark College women's cross country team, which finished second in Friday's WSC Preview meet, is ranked No. 3 in Southern California. Ventura is No. 12.

Western State Conference standings

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(thru Oct. 4)

Western State Conference

MEN'S SOCCER
Conference Overall
Team W-L-T Pts. W-L-T

Oxnard 5-0-1 16 7-2-1
LA Mission 4-2-0 12 5-4-1
Santa Barbara 3-3-1 10 5-5-1
Santa Monica 2-2-2 8 6-2-2
Hancock 2-2-2 8 3-4-3
Moorpark 1-2-3 6 1-2-6
Canyons 1-2-3 6 2-4-4
Citrus 1-3-2 5 2-5-3
Glendale 1-4-2 5 1-8-3

WOMEN'S SOCCER
North Conference Overall
Team W-L-T Pts. W-L-T

Ventura 2-0-0 6 6-2-2
Santa Barbara 1-0-1 4 5-5-1
Hancock 1-1-0 3 2-5-2
Oxnard 0-0-1 1 4-3-4
Moorpark 0-1-0 0 2-4-1
Cuesta 0-2-0 0 1-6-2

WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL
Northern Conference Overall
Team W-L W-L Pct.

Moorpark 2-0 8-5 .615
Santa Barbara 2-0 7-6 .538
LA Mission 1-1 5-4 .556
Hancock 0-1 2-8 .200
Cuesta 0-1 2-10 .167
Ventura 0-2 1-11 .083

MEN'S WATER POLO
Conference Overall
Team W-L W-L Pct.

Santa Monica 1-0 6-11 .353
LA Valley 1-0 4-4 .500
Cuesta 1-1 10-6 .625
Ventura 1-1 2-5 .286
Citrus 0-2 6-11 .353

WOMEN'S WATER POLO
Conference Overall
Team W-L W-L Pct.

Ventura 2-0 8-3 .727
LA Pierce 1-0 4-0 1.00
LA Valley 1-1 7-4 .636
Citrus 1-1 6-8 .429
Santa Monica 0-1 3-8 .273
Cuesta 0-2 7-7 .500

Double-digit rout for Condors

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The Oxnard College men's soccer team opened up a four-point lead atop the WSC standings with a 10-0 rout of visiting Glendale Tuesday afternoon.

"We've been threatening to have a blowout game for a while," Oxnard coach Ross Greaney said. "Our depth really hurt Glendale. As we subbed, we got stronger, not weaker.

"We have a lot of guys who are competing for playing time... The people who came off the bench tried even harder than the starters."

Rene Magana had a hat trick, Max Madrigal scored twice and Travis Bowen, Tommy Cruz, Roque Magana and Cory Vilchis also scored. Bowen added three assists.

"It's only one game, "Greaney said. "I hope we didn't score all our goals in one game."

Oxnard (7-2-1, 5-0-1), ranked No. 14 in the national coaches' poll, hosts Hancock Friday before completing the first half of WSC Tuesday at cross-county rival Moorpark.

Condors contenders?

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Is the Oxnard College women's soccer team the biggest threat to the defending champion Ventura women in the WSC North race?

Megan Williams scored as Oxnard (4-3-4) opened WSC North with a 1-1 tie at Santa Barbara City, ranked No. 14 in this week's national coaches poll, Tuesday night.

Asked if the result showed the rest of the division that the Condors will be in the title race, Oxnard coach Bill Propster responded, "It was a statement to ourselves."

Oxnard's improvement can be, in part, attributed to improvement at the back. It has conceded just 12 goals in 11 matches.

The Condors had been outscored 47-6 in its 12-game losing streak to Santa Barbara, which dated back to a scoreless draw in Nov. 2005.

Condors soar north

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The Oxnard College men's soccer team's annual trip to Santa Barbara City has been one of the biggest matches in the Western State Conference race over the past decade. The two teams have combined to win the past five WSC titles.

So Tuesday's 1-0 win at La Playa Stadium was a big result for the Condors (4-1-1), who are ranked No. 8 in Southern California, No. 14 in the state and No. 17 in the nation.

"I think the conference is going to be more evenly balanced, so every away win is big," Oxnard coach Ross Greaney said. "It's pretty big to get three points there."

Newbury Park High product Stevie Trujillo headed home a free kick Roque Magana (Santa Paula) in the first half.

Oxnard men's soccer team dealing with inexperience

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Despite being ranked No. 8 in this week's NSCAA national coaches' poll, the Oxnard College men's soccer team is nowhere near the finished product.

The Condors have already blown two-goal leads in two of their first four matches, which coach Ross Greaney labeled "growing pains."

Oxnard recovered to beat East Los Angeles 4-3 on Sept. 4, but wasn't able to respond to a last-minute equalizer by Santa Monica's Alessandro Canale in Tuesday's Western State Conference opener.

"We're young and naïve," Greaney said.

Oxnard's attack is founded upon striker Travis Bowen, who scored seven goals for the Ventura County Fusion over the summer; winger Max Madrigal, who scored five goals for the Condors as a freshman in 2009; and attacker Cory Vilchis, a freshman from Newbury Park High.

After starting 2-0, Oxnard (2-1-1) has been slowed by injuries. Bowen (hamstring) has missed more than a week. Left back Octavio Mejia, defender Jesse Gallardo and midfielder Victor Magana have also been missing with leg injuries.

After conceding 52 goals in 20 matches a year ago, the Moorpark College men's soccer team has seemingly tightened up at the back this fall.

Backstopped by goalkeepers Shane Dulgeroff (Westlake High) and Gerardo Velasquez, the Raiders (0-0-3) have opened the season with three consecutive scoreless draws.

And the four hours of shutout soccer has come against powerful Orange County opposition. The three opponents -- Santa Ana, Irvine Valley and Cypress -- are a combined 8-2-3 against other opposition.

Already the biggest and, arguably, most competitive Western State Conference race, men's soccer added a ninth WSC team this season when Santa Monica College picked up the sport.

The Corsairs' addition expands conference play to nearly 10 weeks, making the competition even more of a meat grinder.

Despite a pretty backheeled goal by Oxnard freshman Tommy Cruz, Santa Monica picked up its first WSC point Tuesday with Canale's late header. Moorpark hosts Santa Monica today in its WSC opener.

Prieto hired by Oxnard

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Oxnard College has hired assistant coach Allen Prieto as its third softball coach.

Prieto succeeds his former head coach Paul Garziano, who resigned after four seasons in charge.

The Condors were 65-76 in Garziano's four years, including third-place finishes in 2009 and 2010.

Johnson signs with Albany

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Oxnard College sophomore Gary Johnson has signed the University of Albany.

The 6-foot-6 wing All-WSC North selection averaged 17.3 points and 6.7 rebounds per game as a sophomore.

Moorpark's Rogowski named Player of the Year

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Moorpark College freshman Nick Rogowski was voted Player of the Year in the Western State Conference's North Division.

The freshman from Woodbridge, Va. led the WSC with a 1.65 ERA in 11 starts and also led the Raiders by hitting .336 with 11 doubles and 20 runs scored.

After guiding the Raiders to a share of the WSC North title, Moorpark coach Mario Porto was voted Coach of the Year for the second time.

The All-WSC North first team also included sophomore outfielder Taylor Kahanowitch and sophomore pitcher Michael Coates of Moorpark; sophomore first baseman Dewey Gratton and freshman second baseman Jared Patterson of Ventura; and sophomore
outfielder Wesley Wright.

The second team included freshman catcher Alex Bishop, sophomore designated hitter Matt Toczynski and sophomore pitcher Kevin Brown of Moorpark; freshman outfielder Tim Ginther, sophomore shortstop Scott Zeman and pitcher Dustin Babola of Ventura; and freshman pitcher Casey Rodriguez and sophomore pitcher Sheldon Ekstrand of Oxnard.

Honorable mentions included freshman first baseman Brady Conlan, freshman infielder Jeff Bezjian, freshman pitcher Zach Mercer of Moorpark; freshman catcher Matt Burke of Ventura, freshman pitcher Joey Contreras, freshman pitcher Jacob Murray of Ventura; and freshman first baseman Jose Hernandez, sophomore shortstop Kevin Minjares, sophomore pitcher David Barroso of Oxnard.

WSC North Gold Glove winners included Bishop, Conlan and Coates of Moorpark; Minjares and Wright of Oxnard; and Ginther of Ventura.

Shaw is WSC Athlete of the Week

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Oxnard College softball player Janai Shaw is this week's Western State Conference Athlete of the Week.

The sophomore from Pacifica High was 3 for 4 with two home runs, three runs and two RBIs in a 11-8 loss March 27 at Hancock and pitched a shutout against Cuesta Thursday, when she tripled and scored the only run of the game.

WSC Standings

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Western State Conference
Through April 3

Baseball
WSC North
Standings DIV OVR
School W-L GB W-L
Cuesta 9-3 -- 19-7
Moorpark 7-5 2.0 12-15
Oxnard 6-7 3.5 12-15
Ventura 5-6 3.5 14-11
Santa Barbara 5-7 4.0 12-15
Hancock 4-7 4.5 8-17

Softball
WSC Gold
Standings DIV OVR
School W-L GB W-L
Ventura 10-1 -- 25-5
Santa Barbara 7-3 2.5 17-13
Oxnard 5-5 4.5 10-13
Moorpark 4-4 4.5 10-18-1
Hancock 5-6 5.0 13-17
Cuesta 3-8 7.0 7-23
L.A. Pierce 1-7 7.5 5-20

Men's tennis
Standings DIV OVR
School W-L GB W-L
Ventura 8-0 -- 15-4
L.A. Pierce 5-3 3.0 13-6
Santa Barbara 4-3 3.5 5-3
Glendale 2-5 5.5 5-10
Bakersfield 0-8 8.0 0-8

Women's tennis
Standings DIV OVR
School W-L GB W-L
Ventura 8-0 -- 15-0
Santa Barbara 5-2 2.5 11-2
Glendale 4-3 3.5 5-6
Bakersfield 2-6 6.0 2-6
Santa Monica 0-8 8.0 0-9

Men's golf
Standings
School W-L Total Ave
Canyons 28-2 1897 379.4
Glendale 19-11 1938 387.6
Ventura 18-12 1962 392.4
Santa Barbara 18-12 1963 392.6
Hancock 12-18 1993 398.6
Citrus 7-23 2003 400.6
Bakersfield 3-27 2037 407.4

Men's volleyball
Standings DIV OVR
School W-L GB W-L
Long Beach 6-1 -- 13-1
El Camino 6-1 -- 10-3
Santa Barbara 4-4 2.5 9-6
Moorpark 3-4 3.0 8-6
L.A. Pierce 3-4 3.0 8-6
Santa Monica 0-8 6.5 3-12

VC softball puts winning streak on line, host Spring Games

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It's time to pay some attention to the Ventura College softball team, who have pushed its winning steak to 12 games Tuesday with a doubleheader sweep of visiting Cuesta.

"We're doing all right.," said Ventura coach Sue Johnson.

The Pirates (19-3) haven't lost since Feb. 18 to build a three-game lead in the Western State Conference's Gold Division. Their three losses have come by a combined four runs.

"So far so good," said Johnson.

Sophomore Teresa Lemos, who earned VC and WSC Athlete of the Week honors last week, is 15-2 with a 0.78 ERA and 92 strikeouts in 106 1/3 innings on the mound. The Rio Mesa High product is also hitting .438 with four doubles, seven triples and a team-high 26 RBIs.

Three other Pirates are hitting in the .400s, including sophomore infielder Raelene Moreno, who is hitting .424 with five home runs and 26 RBIs.

The Pirates, who are seventh in Southern California in RPI, put their winning streak on the line this weekend by hosting the Ventura Spring Games. Six different conferences are represented in the field, including two-time state champion and state No. 2 Cypress (20-4), former No. 1-ranked Canyons (23-2) and all three county programs.

"We have some quality teams in the tournament," said Johnson. "It's good preparation for the end of the season. We're looking forward to some good games."

VC will host Santa Ana (16-9) and Antelope Valley (12-10) Saturday at 8:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m., respectively, as well as Mount San Jacinto (8-17) and Cypress Sunday at 10 a.m. and 2:30 p.m., respectively.

Led by slugger Janai Shaw, third baseman Dani Hernandez and pitcher Heather Bacon, Oxnard (9-13) faces Mount San Jacinto and Cypress Saturday at 8:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.

Moorpark (8-17-1), paced by slugging catcher Heaven Silveira, who already has five home runs this season, and speedster Amanda Chatman, faces Santa Ana Saturday at 10:30 a.m.

Final WSC North standings

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WSC North

Women's basketball
Final Standings OVR DIV
Team name W-L Pct. W-L Pct.
Ventura 29-1 .967 12-0 1.000
Moorpark 18-9 .667 10-2 .833
Santa Barbara 13-14 .481 7-5 .583
Cuesta 13-14 .481 5-7 .417
L.A. Pierce 11-17 .393 4-8 .333
Oxnard 7-16 .304 2-10 .167
Hancock 6-20 .231 2-10 .167

Men's basketball
Final Standings OVR DIV
Team name W-L Pct. W-L Pct.
Cuesta 23-7 .759 11-1 .917
Ventura 18-11 .621 10-2 .833
Hancock 20-9 .690 7-5 .583
Moorpark 9-18 .333 5-7 .417
L.A. Pierce 7-16 .304 5-7 .417
Oxnard 10-16 .385 3-9 .250
Santa Barbara 4-23 .148 1-11 .083

LIVE -- WSC North basketball

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The MC@VC doubleheader is being broadcasted online by HomefieldSports.com.

Women's scores, 5 p.m.
Ventura 57, Moorpark 44 FINAL
Oxnard 59, Cuesta 57 FINAL
Santa Barbara 71, Los Angeles PIerce 56 FINAL
END OF REGULAR SEASON

Men's schedule, 7 p.m.
Ventura 93, Moorpark 86 FINAL
Cuesta 67, Oxnard 50 FINAL
Los Angeles Pierce at Santa Barbara
END OF REGULAR SEASON

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