East LA College defense triggers 40-27 win

By Carlos Alvarez   The football team’s defense led the way against Chaffey College with a dominating 40-27 victory last Saturday at Weingart Stadium. Quarterback Aaron Cantu returned to the starting lineup after entering as a backup last week. “Cantu embraced the situation last week. He was injured and we can’t risk the future of a PAC-12 player. Diaz had a great game against Victor Valley. Cantu stepped in after Diaz…

October 30, 2012
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ELAC football team hangs on for win

  Football summary — ELAC 40-27 over Chaffey College By Anthony Merjanoff and Tadzio Garcia   East Los Angeles College scored a record-breaking 33 points in the second quarter only to be outscored 27-7 by Chaffey College in the second half off of Husky mistakes last Saturday at home. With 1:03 left on fourth and two, the Huskies called a time out while on the Chaffey 19-yard line. Instead of taking…

October 27, 2012
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Football team starts late, loses game

By Tadzio Garcia   Questionable decisions resulted in the Huskies first road loss of the season, 54-42, at San Bernardino Valley College. East Los Angeles College was 3-0 on the road entering the game. The first was replacing the state’s No.2-ranked quarterback, Aaron Cantu, with an injured back-up quarterback Adrian Diaz at the start of the game. The second was choosing not to go for field goals when in position….

October 22, 2012
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East LA College Scoreboard, Week 7

October 14, 2012 By Tadzio Garcia   The East Los Angeles College men’s and women’s sports teams went 5-2 last week with the wrestling scoring the biggest upset of the week against No.11-ranked Rio Hondo College last Wednesday, Oct. 10. The women’s volleyball team also recorded an upset win at home last Wednesday. The Huskies won 3-1 over Los Angles Trade Technical College . The Huskies lost the critical third match against Trade Tech…

October 14, 2012
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ELAC Football loses Cantu and game

By William Hernandez   The Huskies lost their second consecutive game, to Southwestern College 35-26, playing most of the game without quarterback Aaron Cantu who left due to an injury, last Saturday at Weingart Stadium.ELAC lost Cantu in the second quarter when he hit the ground awkwardly on a quarterback scramble. According to ELAC’s Athletic Trainer Diane Stankevitz, Cantu suffered a small shoulder separation. For that reason he did not…

October 2, 2012
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