SBCC was pushed to the limit on Saturday night in its Southern Cal Regional women’s soccer playoff opener. After tying San Diego Mesa 1-1 in regulation, the third-seeded Vaqueros scored twice in the last five minutes of the second overtime to pull out a 3-1 win at La Playa Stadium.
Jessica Diaz tossed a perfect lob from seven meters with two seconds left on Saturday morning to lift San Joaquin Delta to an 8-7 win over SBCC in the third-place game of the CCCAA Women’s Water Polo State Championships at West Valley College in Saratoga.
Grace O’Callaghan scored four goals on Friday morning and Sierra was efficient on the power play in a 10-6 semifinal win over SBCC in the CCCAA Women’s Water Polo State Championships at West Valley College.
SBCC was seeded No. 2 for the CCCAA Women’s Water Polo State Championships and the defending state champions will battle Sierra in a rematch of last year’s state final. The Vaqueros beat the Wolverines of Rocklin 8-6 to win their first state crown last year.
No. 2 SBCC knocked off No. 3 Riverside 8-6 in a Saturday morning semifinal, then fell to No. 1 Fullerton 11-9 for the third straight time, giving the Hornets the Southern Cal Regional women’s water polo title at Cerritos College.
SBCC outscored De Anza 10-0 in the last 2:53 on Friday night and Sierra Cavaletto tossed in the game-winning bucket as the Vaqueros rallied for a 51-48 win in the first round of the MTXE Tournament in the Sports Pavilion.
Sadiki Johnson and Ameyawu Muntari gave SBCC a 2-0 lead in the first nine minutes on Tuesday but it didn’t last as L.A. Mission rallied for three unanswered goals to post a 3-2 WSC North men’s soccer win at El Cariso Park in Sylmar.
Stephanie Farouze shaved eight shots off her first-round score with a 5-over 77 on Monday as SBCC captured third place in the Southern Cal Regional women's golf tournament at the Alisal River Course in Solvang.