Women’s basketball enters playoffs with historic regular season finish

By Dan Gudino The No. 1 state ranked women’s basketball team finished with its best regular season ever and netted its first ever South Coast Conference North title at home, Feb. 17, with a commanding 78-49 win over Pasadena City College. It’s fitting the East Los Angeles College Huskies women’s team chronicles its own history, across the country, University of Connecticut Huskies women’s basketball is on a historic run, a…

February 18, 2017
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Women’s basketball continues No. 1 in state

February 16, 2017

By Rogelio Alvarez  Women’s basketball defeated Los Angeles Trade Technical College, 81-62 last Friday at home, extending its win streak to seven. East Los Angeles College, currently ranked No. 1 in the state, has an overall 24-2 record and 7-1in Southern Coast Conference North play. ELAC is tied for first place in the SCC North Conference. “We had a great second half. We played team basketball, played some great defense…

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Men’s basketball dominates game against LATTC

February 15, 2017

By Hector Gomez Men’s basketball extended its win streak to four after a home win Feb. 10 against Los Angeles Trade Tech College, 96 – 74. East Los Angeles College continued its great play on the season and earned its 19th win overall, making the recored 19-6. Husky sophomore forward Roderick Williams’ hustle was put on display all over the court as he attacked the basket, secured rebounds and had…

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Baseball confronts setbacks v. Riverside City College

February 15, 2017

By Gustavo Buenrostro Baseball failed to score a run for the second consecutive day against Riverside City College, at home losing 6-0, Feb. 11. The day before East Los Angeles College lost at RCC 9-0. ELAC was not able to reach first base for the majority of the game, having two hits and striking out 12 times. The day before ELAC managed four hits. RCC’s sophomore pitcher Blake Tuthill had…

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Women’s basketball closes 2016 with tournament championship

By Dan Gudino Women’s basketball hosted and won the 4th annual Husky Classic Tournament on Thursday, beating Saddleback College 67-58. East Los Angeles College, finishes 2016 as the No. 1 team in the state with a 14-1 record. It was a rematch of the 5th Saddleback Lady Gaucho Classic Tournament back in November, where the Huskies beat Saddleback in the tournament final, 62-57. The win against Saddleback granted the Huskies…

December 29, 2016
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Football outshines Desert in Patriotic Bowl

By Dan Gudino The East Los Angeles College football team capped off the 2016 season with a dominate performance in the Patriotic Bowl, at College of the Desert, winning 63-37 on Saturday. Family members, fans, and school administration gathered at midfield with players to hoist its first bowl victory trophy since 2011. “We believed in him (ELAC Head Coach Bobby Godinez) 100 percent of the time, the whole entire time, we…

December 19, 2016
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Women’s basketball wins third tournament of the season

By Dan Gudino Women’s basketball continued its stellar play Dec. 4,  with a tournament-winning buzzer-beating shot by sophomore center Gloria Ortiz, against Palomar College, to win 72-70, in the 33rd Annual Lady Charger Classic, held at Cypress College. East Los Angeles College, still undefeated in 2016 at 9-0, won its third tournament this season with a last second rebound that was then put back up for the final score by…

December 3, 2016
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Volleyball ends disappointing season with win

By Jerry Flores Volleyball team’s struggling season came to an end last Thursday, finishing with a 9-14 overall record. Individuals did well statistically, but the team won 1-8 conference games and did not make it to the post season play. “When we were on the court there was no communication, and we got all frustrated. We had the skills to win, but we didn’t get the results because there was no…

November 29, 2016
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Cross country falls short at state championships

By Francisco Padilla Freshman runners Martin Perez and Grecia Estrada, competed in the California Community College Athletics Association State Championships tournament in Woodward Park, Fresno this past weekend. Perez placed 80th out of 206 in the men’s race with a time of 21:46. Estrada placed 144th out of 199 in the women’s race with a time of 21:34. Perez was the only qualifier from this year’s men’s Cross Country team,…

November 29, 2016
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Setbacks hold men’s soccer team down

  By Noe Ortega  The  Men’s Soccer team struggled to find team chemistry throughout the season leading them to a record 2-10-9. Men’s soccer had a team that had what it took to be a competitive team, unfortunately they had setbacks like injuries, dropped players, and referees not making good calls. Players were a problem to the team because they expected to have a different team before all these setbacks…

November 29, 2016
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