The Master's men and Azusa Pacific women won Golden State Athletic Conference cross country team titles at Woodward Park.
Fresno Pacific's Kevin Barnard (26:10) was 22nd individually in the men's 8K won by The Master's John Gilbertson (24:05).
Brandon Croft, the Sunbirds' top runner, was hurt and dropped out of the race.
Megan Barnard (20:35) of Fresno Pacific was 53rd in the women's 5K won by Azusa Pacific's Lauren Jimison (17:01).
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Fresno Pacific's rare volleyball skid hits 4
Fresno Pacific has a growing injury list and its first four-match losing streak since 2000 after the four-time defending NAIA national volleyball champs were swept by Vanguard in Costa Mesa.
The NAIA ninth-ranked Sunbirds (14-10, 10-6 GSAC) lost to No. 13 Vanguard 25-15, 25-19, 25-18. Jessie Alcorn had nine kills and seven digs in the losing cause.
Fresno Pacific, which hit .068 as a team, played without injured setter Erica Adachi. Other key players also played with injuries.
The Lions (21-10, 10-6) were led by KaUwila Lavea's 16 kills.
Biola ends Sunbirds' GSAC soccer tournament run
Biola's Collins Egbe scored in the 84th minute as the fifth-seeded Eagles eliminated top-seeded Fresno Pacific 1-0 in the GSAC men's soccer tournament.
The No. 21-ranked Sunbirds (12-6) could receive an at-large bid to the NAIA tournament.
COS runners 2-3 at NorCal
Gabriela Zamora and Bailey Henshaw ran second and third as individuals to help College of the Sequoias' women's cross country team to a fourth-place finish in the Northern California Cross Country Championships.
DeAnza's women won with a score of 68, followed by Hartnell (79), Modesto (99) and Sequoias (105) at the Crystal Springs course in Belmont.
American River's Sara Howard won in 18:07.63 over 2.95 miles, with Zamora timed in 18:21.05 and Henshaw in 18:44.76.
Fresno City College's Sandra Navarro (19:09.67) was seventh.
In the men's 4.19-mile race, Fresno City's Josh Webb was 10th and the Rams finished fourth.
American River had individual winner Wyatt Landrum (20:47.70) in totaling 17 points for the title and was trailed by Hartnell (84), Las Positas (127), Fresno City (128) and Sequoias (162).
The state meet is Nov. 19 at Woodward Park.
City advances in water polo
The Fresno City women's water polo team lost to Diablo Valley 14-11 in the third-place match at the Big 8 Conference tournament in Stockton, but advances to the NorCal championships.
Sarah Garner and Jenna Sartuche both had three goals for the Rams (5-5).
Meyers 8th in season finale
Jason Meyers of Clovis capped his second straight World of Outlaws Sprint Car championship with an eight-place finish in the season finale at the Lowes Foods World Finals in Concord, N.C.
Meyers had the title wrapped up entering the finals. He also posted fast time in qualifying to add more points to his total.
Four-time champion Donny Schatz swept the finals with wins in both races and nailed down second place. Steve Kinser, second Saturday, finished third in the overall standings.
Hockey: Monsters beat Valencia in shootout
Marcus Harbison stopped four of five shots in a shootout to help the Fresno Monsters beat the Valencia Flyers 4-3 in a Western States Hockey League game in Valencia.
Nick McKee and Dan Coyle scored for Fresno in the shootout after the teams tied 3-3 through regulation and overtime.
The teams conclude a three-game weekend series today at 1 p.m.