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Huskies pull off come from behind win over Santa Barbara

  By Anthony Merjanoff Late game heroics, with the N o. 20-ranked Huskies scoring 15 points in the last 8:20 minutes of the game, resulted in a 28-27 home opener win. Santa Barbara took a 27-13 lead with 9:21 left in the game. The Huskies responded with a 62-yard touchdown pass from Aaron Cantu to Willie Udofia cut Santa Barbara’s lead to 27-19. Hector Cazales tackled Vaquero quarterback Jared Evans in the end…

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ELAC audience claps to Justo Almario Quartet

By Vivian Ramirez The First Friday Jazz Series kicked off the new semester with a performance by the Justo Almario Quartet on Friday in the S2 Recital Hall on Friday, Sept. 7. The group is comprised of a bassist John Pena, guitarist Ramon Stagnaro, drummer Walter Rodriguez and extensively features saxophonist Almario, a well-known musician in the industry. Almario has shared the stage with Tito Puente, Charles Mingus and Queen…

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Women’s soccer non-conference roundup

  By Erik Luna Despite their 3-2 victory against Santa Ana College on Wednesday, the East Los Angeles College women’s soccer team suffered a 3-1 home loss against San Bernardino Valley College today. ELAC, the No. 24-ranked team in the state, stands 2-2-1 overall; No. 26 SBVC improves to 2-1-1. “We just came out flat in the second half of the game,” Head Coach Tessa Troglia said about the team.

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ELAC football trounces Monarchs, 40-13

    By William Hernandez   The Huskies football team got off to a fast start blowing out the Los Angeles Valley College Monarchs 40-13, giving first-year Head Coach Steve Mojarro his first win. Mojarro said after the game that the victory was “huge for his players after all the preparation leading up to it.” Mojarro is the beneficiary of inheriting second year starting quarterback and last season’s Mountain Conference…

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No. 9 Huskies vs. No. 1 Wolverines ends in draw

By Liliana Marquez September 2, 2012 The men’s soccer team tied the No. 1-ranked team in the state, San Bernardino Valley College, 1-1, at East Los Angeles College’s Weingart Stadium on Friday night. The teams tied for the third time in four years. As a result, ELAC dropped to No. 11 when the polls were released yesterday. San Bernardino remained top ranked. Despite dominating most of the game, the Huskies…

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ELAC and San Bernardino soccer fit to be tied

  Men’s soccer summary of ELAC’s home opener of ranked teams   By Liliana Marquez and Tadzio Garcia It was No. 9 in the state hosting the top-ranked team. Who would win? No one. The Huskies and San Bernardino Valley College men’s soccer teams tied 1-1, last night at East Los Angeles College. As a result, ELAC dropped two spots to No. 11 while the Wolverines, still top-ranked, were stunned….

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Huskies football—defending champs open on the road

By Tadzio Garcia The Huskies will defend their conference title to advance to a bowl game for the second straight year, which would be the fifth since the program began in 1946. The Huskies begin their quest with a non-conference game against rival Los Angeles Valley College tomorrow at 6 p.m. at Monarch Stadium. The No. 23-ranked Huskies open the season as the top-ranked team from the Mountain Conference in…

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ELAC men’s soccer opens season with shutout

By Liliana Marquez The men’s soccer team, ranked 10th in the state, kicked off the season with an 8-0 win over the San Diego Mesa College Olympians earlier today in San Diego. The Huskies will continue their preparation for South Coast Conference play against the San Bernardino Valley College Wolverines tomorrow at 6:00 p.m. at East Los Angeles College’s Weingart Stadium. Returning player Adolfo Larios contributed to ELAC’s win with five goals,…

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Local athlete plays for gold

By Tadzio Garcia The U.S. women’s water polo team advanced to the gold medal match against Spain, which they earlier tied after beating Australia in overtime 11-9 in the semifinals. Four-time Olympian Brenda Villa of Commerce tweeted after the victory over Australia, “USA wins! We get an opportunity to fight for a gold medal! #lovemyteam@USAWP.” The women’s water polo team has never won an Olympic gold medal. The sport was introduced…

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