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Basketball: One Win, One Loss
February 10—Santa Barbara
The Western State Conference has quality teams throughout the men’s and women’s schedule, and there are no easy games. The Oxnard women’s basketball team knew they would be in a battle with Santa Barbara on Wednesday night, after defeating the Vaqueros over three weeks ago at the buzzer.
Last night’s game went back and forth in the SBCC Gymnasium. The Vaqueros led 20-13 after one quarter, but the Condors ended the second period on an 8-1 run and opened the third quarter on a 15-0 spurt for their 23-1 streak. They took their biggest lead of 12 points at 48-36 on a free-throw line jumper by Karrie Franklin.
SBCC flipped the game the third quarter on an 11-4 run and pulled within five, and they opened the fourth on a 7-2 spurt and took a 55-54 lead. Juliette Marquez tied the game at 67 with 2:00 to go, and the game was a carbon copy of the January 16th contest at Oxnard.
Unfortunately OC turned the ball over in the waning seconds, and was forced to foul SBCC. The 70-67 loss dropped Oxnard’s lead over the Vaqueros to one game, with three to play.
The Condors will host Cuesta College on Saturday night, starting from 3:00. The game will feature the annual Coaches vs. Cancer fundraiser event. All fans are encouraged to wear pink, with all proceeds from the gate and snack bar donated directly to the American Cancer Society.
The Oxnard College men’s team did what they needed to do to defeat SBCC 95-91.
Had the lead at halftime, 41-39, but gave up the lead in the third quarter. The Condors took their first lead in the second half on a 3-pointer by Terrance Nunnery to make it 85-83. Nunnery scored 23 for Oxnard (9-12, 3-6) and DeSean Scott added 22 points.
Oxnard outrebounded SBCC 40-31, including 16-11 at the offensive end. “The guys played hard tonight for us and won the game down the stretch,” said Oxnard head coach, Ron McClurkin. “We’re not where we want to be, but it’s important to continue to put in the effort and compete like we did tonight.”
Oxnard plays first-place Cuesta on Saturday night at 5:00.
Baseball Drops 11-8 Decision to Glendale
Usually when the Condors rack up 12 hits, they don’t lose. Unfortunately they gave up 11 runs and lost to undefeated Glendale College on Tuesday afternoon.
Andy Morales (pic) was 3 for 4, with a RBI, Travis Hawkins was 3 for 5 with a RBI, Adam Maciel was 2 for 6 with two RBI’s, and Tyson Quolas was 1 for 3 with 2 RBI’s.
Freshman starting pitcher Ryan Abraham struggled with his control, and was replace by Joe Merrill who tried to slow down the Glendale offense. The Vaqueros scored three runs in the third and four in the fourth, on 14 hits, to put the game away.
The Condors get a chance to avenge the loss on Friday when they host Glendale, in the Condor’s Nest at 2:00.
Condors Fall in Home Opener
After being on the road for six-straight games, the Condors (2-5) came home to play Glendale (2-3-1) on Tuesday afternoon.
Oxnard took the lead in the second inning, 2-1, but could not make the plays defensively. The OC defense committed six errors on their way to an 8-2 loss.
Starting pitcher, Leslie Quinonez (pic) gave up only one earned run, but the Condors left five runners on base. OC was able to push across two runs, with Alex Esparza and Alexi Arias picking up the RBI’s. Kimberly Miranda, Siera Barnett, Dominique Aranda, and Olyvia Escamilla all had hits for the Condors
The ladies look to get back in the win column on Thursday when they host Antelope Valley College at 2:30.
Condors get Walk-off HBP on Alumni Day
On a day when Oxnard College baseball celebrated the 1979 inaugural baseball team, the 2016 team made them proud.
The current team rallied for a 6-5 win over Long Beach in the ninth inning, after trailing most of the game. Long Beach took the lead in the first inning, scoring two runs on several hits off of starter Evan McMillan. None of the hits were hit very hard, but they found the open spots in the Condor defense. OC bounced back quickly to tie the game 2-2, with Codi Santana coming through with a clutch two out single to score Adam Maciel and Tyson Quolas.
The Condors found themselves in the lead 4-3, when Andres Morales scored on a wild pitch, followed by a Luis Magana single to drive in Santana.
OC was trailing 5-4 in the bottom of the ninth, when they loaded the bases. Logan Gillaspie grounded to short to drive in a run. With the bases loaded again, Marcus Hutchinson wore a pitch to drive in the game winning run to move Oxnard to 2-2 on the season.
The Condors travel to Glendale on Tuesday at 2:00.
Condors Battle but fall to Citrus
The pre-season, #5-ranked Condors dropped their second game in a row, by one run, 4-3. Citrus College took advantage of some walks and a balk to pile on 3 runs in the decisive eighth inning.
The Condors again swung the bats well; collecting nine hits on the afternoon, but were unable to push more than three runs across.
Travis Hawkins, Jason Jones, and Marcus Hutchinson all collected two hits each, while Tyson Quolas and Andres Morales collected RBI’s for OC.
The Condors look to get in the win column at LA Mission Thursday. First pitch is slated for 2:00.
Condors Drop Opener
January 30—Santa Ana
The Condor baseball season started on Saturday at Santa Ana College. The Condors fell to the Dons, 8-7.
The Condors pounded out 12 hits. Tyson Quolas, Marcus Hutchinson, and Ben Howell were all 2 for 4 for Oxnard (0-1). OC had trouble with runners in scoring position, leaving a total of 19 runners on base.
OC rallied in the last two innings to tie the score, scoring three in the eighth, and one in the ninth. The Dons rallied for a walk-off win in the ninth, on a sac fly by Trevor Steinman that scored Jeff Murray.
“I really liked the way the guys hung in there, and clawed their way back into the game,” said head coach Jon Larson. “They showed a lot of heart and there was no shame in that loss…Santa Ana is a very good hitting team, and we showed that we can do the same.”
OC is back in action on Tuesday afternoon, hosting Citrus College in the Condors Nest at 2:00.
Condors Falter at VC
The Oxnard College women’s basketball team led top-ranked Ventura for 5:00 on Wednesday night. The VC Sportsplex was quiet with the score 13-11 in favor of OC, but that change quickly.
Condor point guard, Richell Bequilla drew three quick fouls in the first quarter, as did starting forward Simon Tobin. VC went on a 32-11 run in the first half, and that was all the WSC champs needed. They went on to win the contest 77-57, dropping OC to 4-2 in WSC play, and 11-7 overall.
Juliette Marquez (pic) had a game-high 18 points, including five 3-pointers. Rhonniesha Simpson Coney had 13 points for Oxnard and Karrie Franklin had 14 points and eight rebounds.
The Condors fell into a tie with Hancock for second place in the WSC. Oxnard must travel to Moorpark for another cross-county rivalry game on Saturday at 3:00.
"It's Moorpark on Saturday," said head coach Ron McClurkin. "We've got to get ready for them, and the team has to practice hard, like they have the last few weeks.”
The men’s basketball team (8-10, 2-4) followed up a tremendous performance against LA Pierce last week, with a loss to VC, 89-78.
“They shot the ball very well, and as you saw, we didn’t,” responded Ron McClurkin after the game. “We have some work to do with being consistent and playing team basketball.”
Oxnard pulled to within three points, 66-63, after trailing the entire game, but were unable to get stops or convert free throws.
DeSean Scott, Daniel Dejoya (pic), Lonnie Hinchen all had 14 points, and Darius Hamilton had 12 points and 10 rebounds.
OC will play second-place Moorpark on Saturday night, with the tipoff slated for 5:00 at MC.
Condors Sweep Pierce
The Condors are on a roll. After a 40 point win against LA Pierce on Saturday night, the OC Women’s basketball team are poised for a first place game on Wednesday.
Juliette Marquez led the Condors again with 19 points, going 5-11 from beyond the arc, and playing only 22 minutes. Karrie Franklin had another terrific rebounding effort, grabbing 17 rebounds against her former squad. Simone Tobin (pic) also had a great game by scoring 13 points and getting nine rebounds.
The win has Oxnard at 11-6 and 4-1, with a big game on Wednesday at Ventura College, to finish the first round of WSC play. The Pirates are ranked number four in the CCCWBCA poll so Oxnard will have their hands full with their cross-county rivals.
“We can compete with their women, and we will be prepared for the game,” said Christina Torres. The OC assistant coach added “It’s up to them to play a full game.” Head coach Ron McClurkin echoed with “we feel pretty good about our chances and if we play tough, the game can go our way.”
Tipoff time is set for 5:00 at VC.
Condor Men Control the Brahmas
OC came out hot against the LA Pierce men’s team, and never looked back. They scored 16 of the first 20 points and won the game, 85-71.
The Condors desperately needed the bounce-back win, after dropping a dramatic loss at Cuesta. Terrance Nunnery led the Condors in scoring with 15, while Jeremiah Wilson had a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds. Nunnery had three of his four 3-pointers in a four-minute span in the second half to stave off the beginning of a Pierce comeback.
The 8-9 Condors also had key contributions from Daniel DeJoya (pic) and Darius Hamilton with 10 points each, off of the bench.
OC stayed within WSC striking distance of VC (3-2), making the Wednesday game that much more important. Tipoff for the men’s game at VC is set for 7:00 pm.
Oxnard Women’s Basketball Flying High
January 20—San Luis Obispo
The Condors are building up steam, and showed they are a force in the WSC, by beating Cuesta College 53-48 in San Luis Obispo.
Karrie Franklin (left) had 16 points and eight rebounds, Juliette Marquez had 11 points and Rhonniesha Simson Coney had 10 points and nine rebounds to give OC two WSC wins in a row.
The score was tied at half and again after the third quarter when OC began to wear down the Cougars. Oxnard’s depth allowed for some fast break buckets in the fourth quarter. “It’s always tough to win at Cuesta,” said head coach Ron McClurkin. “We are happy with the way the women are playing hard and understanding what it takes to be successful.”
The Condors host the LA Pierce Brahmas on Saturday at 3:00. Oxnard is currently 10-6 overall and 3-1 in the Western State Conference.
Oxnard Men Push Leading Cuesta
The Condors (10-6, 1-3) nearly knocked off first-place Cuesta (17-6, 4-0), but fell just short in the final seconds.
Leading by five points late in the game, a turnover was overruled, and the ball was given back to Cuesta. The Cougars capitalized by making a three-point shot, and changed the momentum. Cuesta shot 40 free-throws to the Condors 11. Head coach Ron McClurkin was clearly frustrated “our kids can’t play any harder than they did. We had a great few days of practice and we were ready to play. It seemed as if we weren’t supposed to win this ballgame, the way it was being called.”
Desean Scott had a nice bounce-back game with 22 points and eight rebounds. Darius Hamilton (pic) came off the bench with great production, netting 19 points. Lonnie Hinchen played tremendous defense and scored 10 points, as did Terrance Nunnery.
Oxnard must put the tough loss behind them, and get ready to play LA Pierce on Saturday. Tipoff will follow the ladies’ game, approximately 5:00.
Condor Women’s Basketball Upsets SBCC
For the second year in a row, Condor Women’s basketball defeated the Santa Barbara Vaqueros.
Karrie Franklin hit a buzzer-beater to lift OC to the 73-71 victory. Juliette Marquez was unbelievable, making 10 three-pointers on the evening. Marquez scored 32 points, going 10-for-14 from beyond the arc. Rhonniesha Simpson Coney (pic) had a double-double, scoring 18 points and grabbing 10 boards. Richell Bequilla didn’t have her best shooting night, but played strong defense and let Oxnard with seven assists.
The Condors had trouble containing freshman standout Destinee King who scored 23 points and grabbed 12 boards. Kesler Johnson had a double-double for Santa Barbara with 13 points and 10 rebounds.
The game was an incredible battle by both sides, with the Condors prevailing in the end. Oxnard looks to build on the win at Cuesta College on Wednesday night. “Cuesta is a tough place to play,” said head coach Ron McClurkin. “It’s a long drive and they always do a good job getting prepared to play. Our ladies have to build on this win to compete in the WSC.”
Men Fall to SBCC 81-72
The Condor men’s team did not fare so well. They came out flat against an energetic Vaquero team who hadn’t won a WSC game in 40 tries.
The Vaqueros (6-11, 1-2) built a 37-31 halftime lead on the way to their first conference win of the year, 81-72.
Terrance Nunnery topped the Condors (7-8, 1-2) with 21 points on 5-10 long-range shooting.
Oxnard looks to upset Cuesta College (16-6, 3-0) on their floor on Wednesday at 5:00.
OC Men’s Basketball Bounces Back
January 9th—Santa Maria
Terrance Nunnery (left) and Daniel DeJoya led the Condors to victory on Saturday night over the Hancock Bulldogs, 95-86. Nunnery netted 25 points while DeJoya had 19 to level Oxnard’s WSC record at 1-1.
After OC played top-ranked Moorpark tough, they showed again the terrific talent they possess. Desean Scott chipped in 15 points, while freshman Darius Hamilton had 10 points and seven boards.
“We controlled the game in the first half, but let our guard down in the second half,” said head coach Ron McClurkin. “We need to realize that all these conference teams are very good so we will keep working hard to play a complete 40 minutes of basketball.”
OC looks to start a winning streak against Santa Barbara on Saturday at 3:00. Tipoff will follow the women’s game, in the Condors Nest.
The Oxnard Women’s team trailed 26-7 with 7:07 to play in the first half. The Condor’s scrapped all the way back to take the lead 45-42 with 8:38 to play in the game.
Juliette Marquez led Oxnard with 16 points. Karrie Franklin added 14 points and 10 rebounds for the Condors, with Richel Bequilla leading the team with eight assists.
Oxnard dropped to 1-1 in league and 8-6 overall. They get a bye on Wednesday, but are back in action on Saturday when they host Santa Barbara at 1:00.
Condors Defeat Moorpark
Something happened in the Condors Nest that hadn’t happened since 2007. The Oxnard College women’s basketball team took down cross-county rival Moorpark, 56-49.
Juliette Marquez (left) had 25 points and Simone Tobin had nine points, seven rebounds, and four steals. Karrie Franklin added six points and nine boards for the 8-5 Condors.
“This was a big win for our program,” commented assistant coach Christina Torres. “The girls played well and they believe in themselves.”
Cydney Bolton had 18 points and six assists, Sydney Perry had 15 points and Dagmar Ramirez had 11 rebounds for Moorpark (7-8, 0-1).
The WSC race will certainly be interesting this season as most of the teams seem to be talented. Oxnard will travel to Santa Maria to take on the Hancock Bulldogs (11-5, 0-1) at 3:00 on Saturday.
Moorpark Men Surge to Beat Condors
The Condors fought No. 8-ranked Moorpark College for 38 minutes. With less than three minutes to play, a two-point game turned into a 12-point loss for OC, 87-75.
“We played well and showed we have the talent to play with anybody,” said head coach Ron McClurkin. “They have a very good team, and they just know how to play together and finish out a game.”
Terrance Nunnery had 20 points, including four 3-pointers, DeSean Scott had 14 points and D'dante Freeman added 10 for Oxnard (6-7, 0-1).
OC will try to level their record at Hancock (9-9, 1-0) on Saturday evening. Tipoff is slated for 5:00.
Lalo Garcia Named NSCAA Player of the Year
The accolades keep coming for the Oxnard Men’s Soccer Team. Eduardo Garcia was named the National Soccer Coaches Association of America Player of the year.
Garcia also garnered Final Four MVP honors, along with WSC First Team recognition, and OC’s Team Captain.
Lalo is a sophomore from Carpinteria and wants to become a physical therapist. He has several offers to play at the four-year level next year, and with all the deserved recognition, may receive more.
To quote the recent feature on Garcia in the VC Star, "He's become, aside from (our) goalkeeper, the heart and soul of the team," Oxnard goalkeeping coach Bryan Hill said. "He's the leader; he's ... the rock of the team. For a goalkeeper, that's huge. That's where you want your rock, in the back." (http://www.vcstar.com/sports/oxnard-college-goalie-is-uncommonly-good-24b1a7b1-bbb4-5f34-e053-0100007fb85a-351590761.html)
His love of the game and terrific competitiveness and instinct will take him far on the soccer field, and as a professional in our community.
Women’s Basketball: Condors Prevail
Oxnard improved to 7-3 in the pre-conference season with a win over El Camino Compton Center, 54-46.
Juliette Marquez led the Condors with 19 points. Simone Tobin had 11 points on her birthday, and Karrie Franklin added seven rebounds for OC.
“Compton was a good challenge for us, and exposed some of our weaknesses. They showed us some of the things we need to work on, and that’s the purpose of these games before conference play,” commented Head Coach Ron McClurkin.
The Condors started forward Jailyn Laue (pic) for her last game in the Condors Nest. Jailyn will be transferring after next semester and must take a huge course load to complete her educational goals. She was the Condor’s first commit when Women’s Basketball was restored. Laue embodies the Oxnard College Athletic mission of achieving academic goals while competing at the fullest extent of her capability.
Women’s Basketball: Alumni Game
The Women’s Basketball team played against a team made up of Oxnard College alumni players on Wednesday night. The game was very competitive, with the former players showing that they still had plenty of game. The current Condors defeated the alumni 64-44. Juliette Marquez led the way with 18 points, Karrie Franklin had 10, and Rhonniesha Simpson Coney with eight.
The Alumni Team included Liz Burnett (right), Rosa Samoa, Taylor Lumas, Joleen Pasion, Rose Frazier, Leslie Franklin, Barbara Sanchez, and Takara Prezzie. OC’s very own Liz Burnett organized the entire squad. She played varsity basketball all four years at Ventura High and became the team capitan and starting point guard for her two years of play at Oxnard College. Rosa Samoa played for Channels Islands High School in 2000. She attended Oxnard College and played on the basketball and volleyball teams, and graduated with her AA in General Liberal Arts and Sciences. Taylor Lumas attended and played basketball at Channel Islands High School Graduated in 2001. She attended and played basketball at Oxnard College, and transferred to William Jessup University in Rocklin California. Joleen Pasion played for Channel Islands High and graduated in 2001. After high school, she attended Oxnard College and played on the basketball and volleyball teams. She graduated in 2003 with an AA in Liberal Arts and Sciences. Rose Frazier is married to 2nd class Allen Frazier and has a 3 year old son Allen Frazier who is her pride and joy. Currently still in school striving to be social worker to help the kids in our community. Leslie Franklin graduated from Oxnard College in 2002. She moved back east to attend the University of Maryland where she earned her BA degree, and continued on to earn her Master’s degree in Counseling.
The Condor family would like to thank all the Alumni for participating, and hope to make the event perpetual.
The 2015 Oxnard College Men’s Soccer Team will go down in history as the first team in school history to win a state championship.
The 2015 Oxnard College Men’s Soccer season ended perfectly on Sunday, December 6th. The Championship game paralleled the entire season, from being the underdog, to struggling to find a rhythm, to being presented with huge challenges, and ending in victory. All of this made possible by “Juntos-Togetherness-Teamwork”.
It’s cliché in sports, to talk about the importance of teamwork and believing in each other, but as we are attracted to individual accomplishments and flashy performances, it’s refreshing to be reminded of the power of a solid team. The 2015 Condors were not without terrific individual athletes, but it was the goalie, Edwardo Garcia who deservedly won the 2015 Final Four MVP. When two starters, Gustavo Navarro and Mario Sermeno were unable to play the first two games of the playoffs, it was the team that stepped up to fill their shoes. When an unfortunate fight broke out after the first victory in the playoffs, again the team stepped in to protect each other. When the team was literally down to 11 players, it was all the unsung players who rose to the occasion, including goalie Sergio Esquivel playing the field. Oxnard learned of a newly instated rule that required four suspended players to sit a second game, Navarro and Sermeno were back to help the team again.
The journey of primarily all Oxnard area students took them to the Final Four in Cupertino. They were matched up against Lake Tahoe, with a roster made up mostly of highly-talented European students. The Coyotes were bigger, stronger, and maybe faster, but that didn’t matter. The intimidating opponents from the Sierra Nevadas could not defeat the power of “juntos”.
The Condors advanced to the Championship game against Evergreen Valley. The Condor Team held the second highest scoring team in the state to no goals until the 93rd minute. Just before a questionable penalty kick was awarded to the Hawks, the Condors leading scorer, Gustavo Navarro was ejected for delaying a free kick. The PK was converted, sending the game into overtime. Any weaker team would have folded, but not this Condor team of destiny. The final goal involved three unselfish passes that led to a Christian Guzman game-winner.
These Condors truly represented the spirit of what great teamwork can do. They have given Oxnard College its first Championship in any sport and a sense of pride that will lift future Condors to great heights.
WOW! Condors Soccer to State Championship Game
The 2015 OC Men’s Soccer Team will go down in history as the first Condor squad ever to make it to the final championship contest, in any sport.
They defeated Lake Tahoe 1-0 on Friday morning to advance to the CCCAA Championship on Sunday afternoon. The game will be played at 1:30 pm against either #1 ranked Evergreen College (2nd Place Coast Conference South Division 17-3-3) or #2 ranked Mt. SAC (2nd Place South Coast 15-5-4; 4 State Championships; 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012).
Oxnard only needed one goal to punch their ticket, with the defense coming up huge again. Sophomore team captain and goalie, Lalo Garcia (pic) recorded his 11th shutout of the season. The Condors had all their starting defenders back, including sophomore leadership from Edwin Elizarraraz and freshman standout Jerry Orozco.
The goal was scored by Damian Lopez, with a terrific assist by Fernando Hernandez Puga and Keifer Cooksey in the 60th minute of play. It was only Lopez’ second goal of the year, but that is indicative of this team. All year, the entire team has been preaching “Juntos” or “Togetherness”, and they are together in the CCCAA State Championship game!
Scott has Monster Game; Condors Defeat LA Trade Tech
DeSean Scott (pic) had his best game as an Oxnard College Condor on Wednesday night, with 30 points and 19 rebounds. He seemed to sense his teammates were a little down so he lifted them up on 11-25 from the field.
Oxnard claimed their fourth win on the season, with only one loss to state runner-up, East LA. Darius Hamilton came off the bench and had a double-double, with 16 points and 10 boards. Terrance Nunnery and Jeremiah Wilson had 13 and 10 points respectively, with six rebounds each.
Although Oxnard claimed the win, Head Coach Ron McClurkin said “…we need to play a lot better than that.” Coach McClurkin wasn’t happy with the energy or the lack of organization, but with an individual performance like Scott had, sometimes that is enough.
The Condors will be back in action in the SBCC Tourney starting December 10th.
Women’s Basketball Moves to 3-1
November 28—Woodland Hills
The Oxnard College Women’s Basketball Team has already surpassed their win total for all of last year. The Condors defeated LA Harbor 59-33 on Saturday at a game played Pierce College.
Juliette Marquez led the Condors in scoring with 21 points. Sophomore Center Karrie Franklin (pic) had a huge game scoring 16 points and 10 rebounds. The entire squad pitched in for OC, including starting point guard Richell Baquilla with eight assists, and Simone Tobin with nine points and four steals.
The Condors are back in action Monday night against host LA Pierce College at 5:00.
Condors Win on Last Second Shot
The Condor Men’s Basketball team found a way to ignite the crowd in the Condor’s Nest last night. They led the LA Valley Monarchs by as much as 17 points, and managed to win by two in overtime, 87-85.
OC started the game relaxed, led by Desean Scott’s 21 points and 12 boards. Scott was a sizzling 8-11 from the field, and the only thing that slowed his scoring was late foul trouble.
Oxnard allowed the Monarchs to hang around in the second half, eventually tying the game in the final seconds. LA Valley’s Michael Morrissey made a highlight reel shot to tie the game. He was double-covered, with one of the Condor’s best defenders, D’dante Freeman in his face, but the ball hit nothing but net.
In overtime, Oxnard’s Darius Hamilton and Lonnie Hinchen helped the Condors to a six point lead. LA Valley did not go away, however. Morrissey continued to make shots and tied the game at 85, with 20 seconds remaining.
Sophomore Marte Tyler rose to the occasion. Tyler took the ball past half court, ran the clock down, drove to the 18-foot mark, and nailed the fade-away jumper to win the game.
OC is now 3-1 on the year, and will play LA Trade Tech on December 2nd at 6:00 in the Nest.
Basketball Report: Oxnard Women get First Win
The Oxnard College Women’s Basketball team traveled to LA Harbor College and collected their first win on the young season, 60-51.
The Condors were paced by Marlene Resendiz (pic) with 13 points and 13 rebounds. She was joined by Juliette Marquez with 16 points, and Cindy Galvan with 14 points. Simone Tobin came up huge as well with 12 points and 10 boards.
The Condors saw a 17 point lead in the first half, cut to six points with three minutes to go. OC overcame many turnovers, and the absence of Karrie Franklin and Richell Bequilla, the starting center and point guard, to move to 1-1 on the season.
They play their home opener on November 20th
The Men’s Team earned their second win on the season over a quality LA Harbor squad. OC had a huge game from sophomore Desean Scott (25/15) and Terrance Nunnery (17/5).
The Condors moved to 2-1 on the season and will play their home opener Tuesday, November 17th at 6:00 against LA Valley.
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