East Los Angeles College was bested by Cerritos College on Friday at Kincaid Field 6-4. Cerritos came into the game with a 1-12 overall record, but proved to be nothing but numbers.
Women’s basketball advanced to the State Final Championship Bracket tournament with a dominant 78-53 win over Pasadena City College at home on Saturday.
East Los Angeles College baseball shut out Los Angeles Harbor College at home on Thursday 3-0.
The Huskies were able to end its four-game losing streak with a solid pitching performance from sophomore right hander Troy Maki.
Missed opportunities for Huskies ended their chances of advancing to the next round and lost the game 63-60.
The second round of the California Community College Athletic Association playoff took place on Saturday between Santa Monica College and East Los Angeles College.
A regular season matchup took place between Santa Ana College and the East Los Angeles College Huskies on Tuesday. Santa Ana College began scoring when the designated hitter Grant Askins and first baseman Drake Wood hit back to back doubles giving Santa Ana 1-0 lead over the Huskies. Both teams were able to tally up seven hits in this game.
In a game to decide the South Coast Conference North conference champion, women’s basketball lost 83-73 to Los Angeles Trade- Tech College on Friday at home.
Huskies’ own Antoinette “Toni” Harris announced at a press conference yesterday that she will be playing football for the Central Methodist University Eagles this June.
Men’s basketball held on tight to its lead in the win 74-70 against Los Angeles Trade-Tech College on Wednesday. The Huskies reached 20 wins this season and are 5-0 in the South Coast Conference-North.
Simple mistakes caused softball to lose its first home game against Antelope Valley College 7-3. In the fifth inning, freshman pitcher Serena Lopez walked a player with one out.