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December 15, 1988
Jim Sartoris, 44, resigned as football coach at Glendale College. Sartoris had a 111-63-1 record in 17 seasons and led Glendale to the JC Gridwire national championship in 1986. He will remain as the school's athletic director.
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December 15, 1988 | SAM FARMER
Jim Sartoris will coach a junior college all-star football team that will travel to China next summer to play 2 exhibition games. The former Glendale College football coach will lead an all-star team comprising players from Los Angeles and Ventura counties. The team will play all-stars from Orange and San Diego counties on June 30 in Hong Kong and July 4 in Canton. Rosters will be announced in January, Sartoris said. Each player will be required to pay $1,000 for expenses.
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SPORTS
December 15, 1988 | SAM FARMER
Jim Sartoris will coach a junior college all-star football team that will travel to China next summer to play 2 exhibition games. The former Glendale College football coach will lead an all-star team comprising players from Los Angeles and Ventura counties. The team will play all-stars from Orange and San Diego counties on June 30 in Hong Kong and July 4 in Canton. Rosters will be announced in January, Sartoris said. Each player will be required to pay $1,000 for expenses.
SPORTS
December 15, 1988
Jim Sartoris, 44, resigned as football coach at Glendale College. Sartoris had a 111-63-1 record in 17 seasons and led Glendale to the JC Gridwire national championship in 1986. He will remain as the school's athletic director.
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December 4, 1986
Glendale College quarterback Rob Huffman was named Western State Conference player of the year and the Vaqueros' Jim Sartoris was named coach of the year by conference coaches. Glendale, rated the No. 1 junior college team in the nation by USA Today, had 13 players named to the all-conference first team. The Vaqueros had seven selections on offense: Huffman, center Dave Ewing, tackle Bill Schultz, guard Johann Konrad, wide receiver Rocky Palamara, running back Gene Harlin and kicker Sal Velasco.
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July 2, 1987
Glendale Community College teams, competing in 12 Western State Conference sports, won three titles and placed second in three others during the 1986-87 season. Four coaches were named WSC coaches of the year and two athletes were named most valuable players. Glendale took first place in football last fall with a 10-0 record and was ranked No. 1 in the nation for much of the season before falling to Riverside in the Pony Bowl.
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November 20, 1986 | KAREN FRAWLEY
Glendale College Coach Jim Sartoris had a pleasant decision to make this week. Should his team play in the Pony Bowl or the Potato Bowl? Glendale, the No. 1 junior college football team in the nation, 10-0 and 6-0 in the Western State Conference, earned the right to ponder the two invitations after a memorable regular season. "It is a great opportunity to have a chance to be invited to two fine bowl games," Sartoris said. "We decided the Pony Bowl is the best situation so we accepted it."
SPORTS
April 2, 1998 | VINCE KOWALICK
Playing baseball always required an additional sacrifice for Denny Barrett. So has coaching. But it hasn't prevented Barrett from making rapid professional strides. Routine insulin injections have been a part of Barrett's life since he was diagnosed as a diabetic at age 10. Four times a day, Barrett reaches for a syringe--sometimes between innings in the dugout at Glendale College. "I've been giving myself shots all my life while playing," Barrett said.
SPORTS
October 2, 1988 | SAM FARMER
Pierce College Coach Bob Enger had one simple request of the Glendale College football team going into Saturday's Western State Conference game at Pierce. Have mercy. Enger hoped that the Vaqueros (3-0, 2-0) would at least show more mercy than they did in a stomping of West Los Angeles last week. But from the outset of Saturday night's game, it was clear that the Brahmas (0-3, 0-2) would not be getting any breaks. Pierce gave Glendale all the breaks it needed and was bludgeoned, 49-0.
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March 27, 1993 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Glendale College baseball Coach Steve Coots has been suspended for one game by the Western State Conference in the wake of his team's brawl with Santa Monica players after a game between the teams this week. The fight broke out after Santa Monica beat Glendale, 11-10, on Tuesday. Santa Monica police were called to break up the fight but no arrests were made. Mark Vail of Glendale and Martin Schmidt of Santa Monica were named instigators by the umpires, and each player was suspended for one game.
SPORTS
September 15, 1985 | DAVE DESMOND
Glendale College Coach Jim Sartoris insists that football games are won or lost on the line of scrimmage. His team's opening-day performance Saturday afternoon at Glendale High School did nothing to change his mind. The Vaqueros outsized, out-muscled and, finally, outscored Pierce, 38-14. The victory snapped Pierce's 14-game regular-season winning streak. "I thought we dominated them up front on the line of scrimmage," Sartoris said.
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November 5, 1987 | HEATHER HAFNER
Glendale College's Sal Velasco could not help but be nervous. With Glendale trailing Moorpark, 7-6, and 20 seconds left, the sophomore kicker ran onto the muddy Moorpark field and prepared for a 19-yard field-goal attempt. Velasco had been denied an extra-point attempt earlier in the game when the ball slipped through holder Chris Smith's hands and bounced away.
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