Men’s basketball battles to loss

February 15, 2011

By Robert Barrett The ELAC men’s basketball game on Friday was a tale of two halves, with the team coming up short at Mt. San Antonio College. ELAC started the game as an underdog, not only because of the size advantage that Mt. SAC had but because of an illness that was hindering some key ELAC players. The men started the game looking rattled.  They made many turnovers, and overall,…

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Track & Field season launches a promising season

By Tadzio Garcia High Jump standout Jill Schmidt took to the sky placing first at last Saturday’s All Comers meet at Mt.  San Antonio College, which kicked off the track and field season. The upcoming season promises to be a challenging one and, based on last Saturday’s results, the Huskies are poised to make a good showing. ELAC will next compete in the Cerritos Invitational, 10 a.m. Friday and Saturday…

February 15, 2011
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Baseball loses by a whisker

February 15, 2011

By Jesus Arvizu After coming off two strong performances, the East Los Angeles Huskies lost to the Glendale College Vaqueros Saturday afternoon 4-3. The Huskies opened the game versus Glendale up with the right hander, Chris Reyes After a relatively quick first inning, in which the Huskies went down in order, the bats soon came to life in the top of the second. Two, no-out walks resulted in the Huskies…

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Controversy plagues softball

By Tadzio Garcia In front of a large and energetic crowd, the ELAC softball team was defeated 6-0, on Thursday, by the ninth ranked team in the state, the Santa Ana Dons. “We never gave up,” said freshman Janessa Martinez. Conference play began this week when ELAC played at El Camino College yesterday. Results were not available at the time of this printing. The game against Santa Ana drew a…

February 15, 2011
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