Football outshines Desert in Patriotic Bowl

By Dan Gudino The East Los Angeles College football team capped off the 2016 season with a dominant performance in the Patriotic Bowl, at College of the Desert, winning 63-37 on Saturday. Family members, fans, and school administration gathered at midfield with players to hoist its first bowl victory trophy since 2011. “We believed in him (ELAC Head Coach Bobby Godinez) 100 percent of the time, the whole entire time, we…

December 19, 2016
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Season analysis: Football kicks off winning tradition in new conference

By Dan Gudino  The football team’s bye-week came at the perfect time to heal injuries and prepare itself for this Saturday’s clash against West Los Angeles College for the American Metro Conference title. Since the scrimmage game in late August, it’s been eight straight weeks of ups and downs. East Los Angeles College finds itself in unfamiliar territory with a winning record (5-2) and its destiny in its own hands….

October 26, 2016
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Football takes first place

By Dan Gudino The football team takes over first place in the American Metro Conference with a 56-22 blowout victory on the road last Saturday against El Camino College-Compton Center. East Los Angeles College, now 4-2 in the season, knew first place was at stake. Pasadena City College lost to West Los Angeles College earlier in the day, giving the Huskies the opportunity to capture first place for the first time…

October 12, 2016
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ELAC football loses emotional first game of season

By Dan Gudino The football team took an emotional 27-3 loss in the first game of the season at Orange Coast College on Saturday. Lack of production from the offense, missed tackles, inexperience and first game nerves took East Los Angeles College out of the game. A few ELAC players were left in tears after Orange Coast scored 20 unanswered points in the second half. One of those emotional players was…

September 7, 2016
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Husky football stuns Vaqueros in thriller

September 10, 2012

  By Anthony Merjanoff The football team, ranked 20th statewide, scored a wild come from behind victory by scoring 15 points in the last 8:20 minutes over Santa Barbara City College, 28-27, last Saturday at Weingart Stadium. The comeback began with a 62-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Aaron Cantu to Willie Udofia , which cut the Vaqueros’s lead to 27-19, in front of a vocal crowd. Hector Cazales tackled Jared…

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