The East Los Angeles College Huskies upset the College of the Canyons Cougars 10-7. The Cougars were undefeated coming into the game and are now 7-1 on the season
The Huskies lost their fourth football game of the season to Long Beach City College, 24-6.
This is their second loss in a row, and they are now 3-4 on the season.
The rushing game led the Vikings to the Huskies territory. A 30-yard play-action pass to a wide-open receiver, Zack Leets, gave the Vikings the lead early in the first quarter, 7-0.
The Huskies searched for a fourth win but lost against the Allan Hancock College Bulldogs 31-23. The Huskies are now 3-3 for the season
The East Los Angeles College football team is currently ranked 23rd in the California Community College Sports Information Association rankings. The ELAC Huskies have a record of two wins and two losses in the season.
t Los Angeles College football team and ELAC’s athletics department discussed their return following the implementation of weekly COVID-19 NCAA safety guidelines.
Retired East Los Angeles College football coach Al Padilla was an exceptional man with a personality to match. The former ELAC coach died on Oct. 4 due to kidney problems.
Aussie Husky Ben Key used to play rugby in Australia and has now committed to play football for Mississippi State University.
The officiating and Southwestern special teams unit put the football team out of contention for a win during the 38-17 loss at Weingart Stadium.
By Joseph Dargan Football lost at home to Antelope Valley College 16-14 after failing to complete at two-point conversion that would have tied the game with 2.7 seconds left. On Saturday East Los Angeles College started the game on its heels as Antelope Valley College produced a 75-yard eight-play drive that culminated with a four-yard passing touchdown on its opening drive. The Huskies’ offense struggled early with a fumble by…
By Christina Rodriguez Football’s sophomore tight end Ceejhay French-Love signed this off season with Arizona State University for Fall 2017. “Blessed, I feel blessed. I started to play football when I was 9 years old. Football is my life, it’s what I do, it’s what I love,” said French-Love. Verbally committed to ASU in February, French-Love officially signed with the Sun Devils while on his visit to Tempe, Arizona. The…