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Brief – Golf fundraiser offers new car

Kyle Rokes

March 16, 2009

The 16th annual SBCC Golf Classic tees off Monday at the La Cumbre Country Club. Benefiting nearly 400 Vaquero student athletes in 17 sports, it is the athletic department's largest and most lucrative fund raiser of the ye...

Column – NHL trade deadline lacks major blockbuster moves

Kenny Lindberg

March 16, 2009

The much anticipated and overly hyped NHL trade deadline ended March 4 in bitter disappointment. Most of the trades made were actually fair. No lopsided deals of the past were made. It seems that general managers have finall...

Baseball Profile: Closing Statement

Mason Smith

March 16, 2009

Greg Pellici does not look like your typical closer. In fact, the 5-foot- 7-inch pitcher is the shortest player on the City College baseball team. "If you look at him on the baseball field he doesn't have a striking presence,"...

Baseball team triumphant in double header

Mason Smith, Mason Smith, and Mason Smith

February 27, 2009

The City College baseball team gave their fans an extra Valentine's Day gift Saturday by beating Antelope Valley twice, in a double header, improving to 10-1 this season. The Vaqueros won its first game 6-2 behind some good pitching an...

Vaqueros deal crushing blow to Palomar

Terra Inglis, Terra Inglis, and Terra Inglis

February 27, 2009

The Vaqueros men's volleyball team crushed Palomar College in four sets on Friday at the Sports Pavilion. Vaquero Coach Melody Parker was pleased with the team's intensity. "You can do great things with team chemistry," sh...

Column – Shaq and Kobe, forever teammates?

Travis Noe, Travis Noe, and Travis Noe

February 27, 2009

Whether it was goofing around in warm-ups, acknowledging each other in interviews, or hoisting the MVP trophy, All-Star Game co-MVP's Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O'Neal showed NBA fans a different side to their relationship this weekend. O'Neal and Bryant haven't been teammates ...

Brief – Men’s volleyball loses in first televised contest

Victor Bryant, Victor Bryant, and Victor Bryant

February 25, 2009

City College men's volleyball team was defeated Friday by Goldenwest in four sets 30-18, 20-30, 30-19, 30-27 before a televised audience in Huntington Beach. The loss dropped the Vaqueros season record to 4-3. "The first...

Randall leads playoff push

Victor Bryant, Victor Bryant, and Victor Bryant

February 25, 2009

In the final game of the regular season and with its playoff hopes in jeopardy, the City College women's basketball team needed a big time performance from its captain and two-year starter Katie Randall, to overcome the visiting Moo...

Huskies give Vaqs double trouble

Travis Noe, Travis Noe, and Travis Noe

February 25, 2009

The Vaqueros women's softball team struggled against a tough East L.A. squad, losing both games of the doubleheader 7-0, at Pershing Park on Saturday. The East L.A. Huskies were too much for the Vaqueros to handle. East L.A. came out...

Brief – Baseball team return home with 11-5 record

Mason Smith, Mason Smith, and Mason Smith

February 25, 2009

Santa Barbara City College's baseball team had a rough weekend dropping both games of a double-header on the road at Long Beach. The Vaqs returned home with an 11-5 overall record. With the two losses the team has stumbled, losing four of fi...

Men survive late Cuesta surge, keep playoff hopes alive

Victor Bryant

February 18, 2009

City College men's basketball team recorded a crucial 80-78 victory over a highly touted Cuesta team, Saturday at the Sports Pavilion. Playing for its playoff lives, the Vaqueros turned to freshman point guard David Lane wh...

Spikers off to aggressive start

Terra Inglis

February 18, 2009

The Vaqueros dominated San Diego Mesa, pulling out the victory in four sets, 30-21, 28-30, 30-22, 30-22, Friday at the Sports Pavilion. City College came out aggressive from the start, baiting San Diego Mesa into every three...

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