Huskies one win from a conference title

April 24, 2014

By Diego Linares The East Los Angeles College baseball team shutout Los Angeles Harbor College 12-0 in a key South Conference game with fine pitching and patience at the plate April 24 at Husky Park. ELAC plays at Harbor tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. A win will give the Huskies at least a share of the SCC title. ELAC’s starting pitcher Shawn Kennedy gave up five hits through seven innings of…

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East Los Angeles College baseball drops out of first

April 16, 2014

By Megan G. Razzetti The Huskies dropped out of a first-place tie with Cerritos College in the South Coast Conference after a 3-2 loss against Long Beach City College at home. For the first time this season, the Huskies lost two consecutive games. They ended their three-game series winning two against Long Beach. ELAC is 20-12 overall and 12-6 in SCC play and is tied for second place with LBCC…

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Huskies baseball bumped from first place

April 13, 2014

  By Megan G. Razzetti and Tadzio Garcia The East Los Angeles College baseball team is in new territory, second place in the South Conference Coast Conference after a 3-2 home loss to Long Beach City College yesterday. ELAC led or was tied for first place the SCC since play began March 4. Long Beach City College handed No. 4-ranked ELAC two consecutive losses including yesterday’s stunner at Husky Baseball…

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Baseball wakes up against Ventura College

By Carlos Alvarez As they continue their long month of road games, the Huskies traveled to Ventura College bringing their big boy bats with them, spanking the Pirates 14-5, last Friday, Feb. 22. After combining for 11 runs in their past three games, the offense jumped all over the Pirates pitching staff. The Huskies collected a total of nine hits for the game, but unlike other games these hits came…

February 24, 2013
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Baseball woes continue in 6-3 loss

By Carlos Alvarez The Huskies wasted a strong start by sophomore Elias Novelo losing 6-3, to Santa Barbara City College. Novelo pitched six strong innings allowing one earned run off of six hits while pitching in and out of trouble. “Novelo threw well. He should have gotten the W (win),” Head Coach James Hines said. The offense once again was nonexistent as they managed a total of eight hits for…

February 24, 2013
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ELAC baseball streak snapped by Tigers

By Alfonso Rivera The Husky baseball team’s eight-game winning streak ended at the hands of Riverside City College in the postseason earlier today at Kincaid Field at Cerritos College. The Huskies, the No. 7-seed, were upset by Riverside, the No. 10-seed, 1-0 in the California Community College Athletic Association Southern California Regionals. The Huskies fell to 21-16 overall while the Tigers improved to 19-18. In a game that matched both…

May 5, 2012
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Season finale win leads to post season

By William Hernandez The Husky baseball team clinched their spot in the postseason last Friday with a regular season ending win against the Los Angeles Harbor College Seahawks, 8-4.  The Huskies came into the game on an eight game winning streak and put up 14 runs against the Seahawks the day before. The Huskies picked up right where they left off on Thursday’s game by getting on the board in…

May 1, 2012
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ELAC baseball is riding a seven game win streak

By Alfonso Rivera The host Huskies pounded Los Angeles Harbor College, 14-2, off of 17 hits in the second game of a three game series at Cal State Los Angeles last Thursday, April 26. The Huskies have won seven straight and are ranked No. 14 in the Southern California Community College Coaches poll. The Huskies are 20-15 overall, 14-6 in the South Coast Conference play. East Los Angeles College stands…

April 27, 2012
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ELAC Baseball upsets Fresno, loses a squeaker to Cuesta

 By Tadzio Garcia The Huskies posted a 1-2 record during a spring-break road trip at Allan Hancock (0-11 loss,) Fresno City (5-4 win) and Cuesta (8-9 loss) colleges last week. The road series ended with the Huskies, then ranked No. 19 in Southern California, losing a heartbreaker to the No. 3-ranked Cuesta College Cougars. With score knotted at eight-all after five innings, an error by Husky Manual Estevez put Cuesta’s…

April 14, 2012
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