Baseball wins its first conference game

March 14, 2018

By Jerry Flores The Huskies won their first South Coast Conference-North game at home against Long Beach City College last Thursday with a final score of 5-4. In the bottom of the ninth inning, with a player on second base, East Los Angeles College won the game after sophomore outfielder Damian Lomeli smashed a hit to left field, allowing sophomore outfielder Elias Maldonado to reach home plate. Maldonado finished the…

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Sports Updates

Swimming and Diving East Los Angeles College competed in a three-way school swim meet on Friday at Mount San Antonio College. Mt. SAC and Cerritos College were the other two schools competing along with ELAC. Freshman Caitlyn Woo competed in the 1000 yard freestyle with a time of 12:13.64 and placed first. Woo also competed in the 200 yard Individual Medley with a time of 2:33.65 and placed second. ELAC…

March 7, 2018
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Basketball season comes to an early end

By Noe Ortega Men’s basketball ended its season as South Coast Conference-North champions, with an overall record of 24-6. “The season went great. Anytime you can win over 20 games, that’s an accomplishment in itself. We won the conference for the third straight year, went to the playoffs for the sixth year in a row and got a fourth seed as    well,“ head coach John Mosley said. The Huskies…

March 7, 2018
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Sports Updates

Women’s Basketball Women’s basketball season ended last Saturday after losing 70-55 away at Irvine Valley College in the Southern California Playoffs. The Huskies ended its season with an overall record of 18-11 and finished third with a 6-4 record in the South Coast Conference-North. Freshman forward Dominique Godbolt led the Huskies with 19 points and nine rebounds. Godbolt was ranked first in the SCC-North with a 13.2 rebound per game…

February 28, 2018
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Error after error causes another baseball defeat

February 28, 2018

By Gustavo Buenrostro East Los Angeles College baseball continues to suffer from  errors in its second consecutive loss against Santa Ana College with a score of 8-3 last Friday. ELAC head coach James Hines said that little-to-no errors in games was something the team could take pride in. However, these past games the team has been suffering from more errors than usual. “What is really frustrating is that these are…

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Men’s basketball bounces out in first round

February 28, 2018

By Rogelio Alvarez Men’s basketball team suffered a loss against Santiago Canyon College 94-89 last Saturday in the South Gym. “The guys did a good job. The ball just didn’t bounce all the way in tonight,” East Los Angeles College head coach John Mosley said. ELAC came into the postseason as Southern Coast Conference-North Division champions with a first-round-bye and home-court advantage. ELAC finished the season 9-1 in conference play…

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Pitching woes lead to baseball’s second straight loss

By Jerry Flores The baseball team lost their second consecutive game against Riverside City College on Saturday. The final score was 2-5. During the 4th inning, the Huskies allowed the first run by the Tiger’s freshman outfielder Joseph Hodapp, who automatically won first base because of poor pitching by East Los Angeles College’s freshman pitcher Paul Kosanovich. Losing by a run, the Huskies were able to tie the game in…

February 14, 2018
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Baseball holds fall placement scrimmages

November 30, 2017

BY ALYNNA GUZMAN Husky baseball wrapped up their fall season against College of the Canyons on Thursday. The game lasted a grueling 14 innings. During the fall season no scores are displayed on the scoreboard, despite head coach  James Hines saying the point of the games are still to “create a competitive atmosphere.” Although these games don’t count the way they will in the spring, they still affect how  players…

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Wrestling proves to be sport for all

By Karen Cruz Wrestling is a difficult sport that requires a lot of dedication, discipline, proper nutrition, and strength. Wrestling is a sport that doesn’t discriminate regardless of gender. It doesn’t discriminate your body type, height, or weight.  It challenges the wrestler to test how much strength they have.   There is always a place for you to wrestle based on your weight class. There are 10 weight classes all…

November 28, 2017
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Football shuts out Glendale, wins five straight to end season

November 15, 2017

By Joe Dargan The Huskies put together a defensive masterpiece on the road, shutting out Glendale College 31-0 on Saturday. Coming from a four-game winning streak, East Los Angeles College began with a steady ground attack. Sophomore running back Toure Wallace ran for 30 yards on the first two plays of the game. Freshman quarterback Philip Tran kept the football for a two-yard run and then handed it off to…

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