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Cheer team comes home victorious

Victor Bryant

April 15, 2009

The City College cheerleading squad concluded its competition season by winning the national United Spirit association dance/drill competition at the Anaheim convention center March 27-28. The Ladies put it all together in...

Track and field: On your Mark

Victor Bryant

April 9, 2009

Athletes from all over California descended upon La Playa Stadium for the 70th annual Easter relays on Friday. The invitational consisted of 14 community colleges and a number of unattached participants. Javelin was the...

Golf profile: Andrew Perez is poised for perfection

Travis Noe

March 26, 2009

Is he the next Tiger Woods? He could be. City College golfer Andrew Perez plans to join the Professional Golfers Association after his first year at City College. "I want to play at the professional level," Perez said. "It...

Baseball: Vaqueros snap eight game losing streak

Victor Bryant

March 25, 2009

The City College baseball team broke out of a three-week funk by beating the visiting Oxnard Condors 13-7, ending an eight-game losing streak. "It's been as tough a stretch as I can remember since I've been here," Vaquero head...

Vaquero baseball melts down in fifth

James Sinclair

March 16, 2009

In a fifth inning that pitchers experience only in nightmares, the visiting Ventura Pirates sent 12 men to the plate Saturday - and scored nine runs. The Pirates beat the Vaqueros, 11-9, at Pershing Park. City College jumped...

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,"...

Vaqueros downed by Santa Monica

Kenny Lindberg

March 16, 2009

The Vaqueros men's volleyball team lost their fourth consecutive game Friday at the Sports Pavilion, falling to the Santa Monica Corsairs in four sets, 30-21, 30-24, 28-30, 30-26. "Honestly, we didn't have enough chemistry," Santa Barbara outside hitte...

Vaquero baseball loses sixth straight

Mason Smith

March 16, 2009

With the first day of spring just around the corner, the Vaqueros bats have gone into hibernation. The men have struggled to put runs on the board this past week, being out scored 18- 4 in their last three games. The Vaq...

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...

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...

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