Being outside does not sound as deadly as it once did before, so long as people aren’t being reckless and the proper precautions are taken.
Baseball lost its game on Friday to Los Angeles Mission College 5-3 after using three different pitchers throughout the game.
Baseball beat Rio Hondo College 12-11 in a close game at home on Saturday making the Huskies 15-18-1 overall and 8-10-1 in the conference.
East Los Angeles College baseball lost to Pasadena City College at home on Thursday, 9-7.
The Huskies went back-and-forth with PCC and allowed over four lead changes.
East Los Angeles College was bested by Cerritos College on Friday at Kincaid Field 6-4. Cerritos came into the game with a 1-12 overall record, but proved to be nothing but numbers.
A regular season matchup took place between Santa Ana College and the East Los Angeles College Huskies on Tuesday. Santa Ana College began scoring when the designated hitter Grant Askins and first baseman Drake Wood hit back to back doubles giving Santa Ana 1-0 lead over the Huskies. Both teams were able to tally up seven hits in this game.
Simple mistakes caused softball to lose its first home game against Antelope Valley College 7-3. In the fifth inning, freshman pitcher Serena Lopez walked a player with one out.
By Noe Ortega East Los Angeles College baseball had its best season with an overall record of 23-19, its best since 2013-14 season that ended with an overall record of 25-15. The Huskies were eliminated by Saddleback College after a best out of three game series where ELAC lost the first two matches 16-5 and 7-5. Although the Huskies had an early exit from the California Community College Athletics Association…
By Jerry Flores Husky baseball won its second game of a three-game series against Mount San Antonio College at home on Thursday 7-4. East Los Angeles College will faceoff Saddleback College in a three-game series on Friday and Saturday away in the California Community College Athletics Association Southern California Regional post season. The Huskies ended their season 13-9 in the South Coast Conference North-play and 23-17 overall. In the bottom…
By Jerry Flores Husky baseball won its second consecutive game against El Camino College last Thursday at home with a final score of 8-4. Losing by two runs, the Huskies offense started to work in the bottom of the fifth inning when sophomore infielder Matthew Sosa smashed the ball to the rightfield allowing Freshmen outfielder Brandon Acosta to score the run for East Los Angeles College. Freshman designated hitter Grant…