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Will the Vikings defend their CJCLA Championship on Dec 5th?
Will the Vikings defend their CJCLA Championship on Dec 5th?
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  • Vikings to defend "The Little Oak Barrel"
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    If the Vikings are going to win their third consecutive California Junior College Lacrosse Association (CJCLA) championship, they must do it on the home turf of their rival Santa Barbara City College (SBCC) Vaqueros at 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, December 5th.  Last year, the Vikings hosted SBCC and early on the game looked like it would be a rout with the Vikings taking an early 5-0 lead; however, the Vaqueros with grit and tenacity fought back, taking an 8-7 lead into the start of the fourth quart
  • Vikings end season with victory over UC Davis
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    The Vikings completed their final tune up before the California Junior College Lacrosse Association championship tournament on Saturday, December 5th, by defeating UC Davis by a score of 9-7, in a 15 minuted per quarter running clock contest.  UC Davis only brought 13 players which precipitated the running clock.  The Vikings were able to display all of their talent throughout the evening, and while the Aggies scored three consecutive goals in the first quarter, after which the Vikings outscor
  • ...and the Vikings giveth away
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    Leading 5-3 at the end of the first quarter, 8-5 at the end of the half and 11-8 at the end of the third quarter, and 12-9 with nine minutes left in the game, the Vikings once again proved that the only team that can beat them is themselves.  A series of unforced errant passes in the final nine minutes of the game gave Stanford the opportunities it needed to ultimately tie the game at 12-12 with 47 seconds remaining. In overtime, the Cardinal found an opening up top and ripped in the game winne
  • Vikings extend win streak to 8
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    In a very physical and fast paced game, following the pre-game Ewing's Sarcoma Awareness ceremony, the Vikings triumphed by defeating Dominican University 14-8, extending their current win streak to 8.  That streak, however, will be severely tested on Wednesday night, as the Vikings host Stanford University.  Historically, DVC and Stanford have each won two games, so this will be another "rubber" match for bragging rights, and a 3-2 series lead.  The game will start later than usual, at 8:00