ELAC baseball ousted in Regionals

By Carlos Alvarez The season comes to an end for the Husky baseball team with an 8-0 loss to the Riverside City College Tigers at the California community College Athletic Association Southern California Regionals at Cerritos College. After losing the opener 1-0 last Saturday, the  Huskies needed to win the next two games Christian Madrid led the Huskies as the starting pitcher. Madrid (4-4) pitched 7 2/3 innings, allowing one…

May 9, 2012
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ELAC baseball sweeps Cerritos

By Alfonso Rivera and Carlos Alvarez The Husky baseball team culminated a three game sweep in the South Coast Conference against Cerritos College, taking over sole possession of second place. The Huskies, 18-15 overall and 12-6 in SCC play, have a one-game SCC lead over El Camino College and Compton Educational Center. The Huskies have won five in a row and are ranked 18th in the SoCal poll. El Camino…

April 26, 2012
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ELAC baseball team winning streak reaches six

By Carlos Alvarez The baseball team winning streak reaches six with come from behind victory against Los Angeles Harbor College, 6-4, on Tuesday, April 24. Sophomore starting pitcher Christian Madrid (3-4) gained his composure after giving up four runs (3 earned) in the first inning to get the victory. “He was trying to do too much. He was to pumped up before the game, but he did a good job,” Head…

April 26, 2012
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Huskies take series win against Vikings

By Alfonso Rivera and Carlos Alvarez Baseball team takes series win defeating Long Beach City College two out of three games last week. With a chance to sweep their conference rivals, Huskies lost, 2-1, in a great  pitching duel Saturday, March 24. The Husky record stands at 11-10, 6-2 in South Coast Conference play. They are in a three way tie for second place with Compton and Long Beach. “You…

April 12, 2012
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Baseball team earns team victory

 By Carlos Alvarez The Husky baseball team defeated Pasadena City College 13-3, with strong pitching and potent offense in the final game of the three-game series. After losing the second game of the series, 9-10, on a walk-off two- run hit by Lancers sophomore Sean Stone, the Huskies took control of the third game early. ”We have a great team so we are expected to bounce back the way we did,”…

March 28, 2012
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