Future Husky quarterback prepares for new challenges

BY GUADALUPE GONZALEZ Incoming Husky and Montebello High School quarterback Gabriel Tapia played his last high school football game on  Friday against  Schurr High School in Montebello. After ending his high school football career with a win,Tapia will be join the Huskies this upcoming 2018-2019 football season.“Gabriel is going to bring great leadership, a lot of great work ethic to the school, and is someone to lead by example,” Montebello…

May 16, 2018

Football shuts out Glendale, wins five straight to end season

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…

November 15, 2017

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

Running back carries football to victory

By Dan Gudino The football team showed resilience in a 26-21 comeback victory on the road last Saturday against Santa Ana College. East Los Angeles College trailed throughout the majority of the first game in the inaugural season of the American Metro Conference. ELAC’s sophomore running back Shaq Shelton split through the middle of the Santa Ana defense and carried the ball eight yards to give the Huskies the winning…

October 5, 2016

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

ELAC Football edged in scrimmage game

By Dan Gudino The East Los Angeles College football team began its 2016 season with a 10-7 loss against Victor Valley College, with a new coaching staff, in a scrimmage game on Thursday at Weingart Stadium. A scrimmage game runs according to rules the coaches agreed on prior to the game. ELAC and VVC played only two quarters, highlighted by the defensive effort of first year head coach Bobby Godinez…

August 26, 2016

ELAC’s new president opens Garden

  By Danny Vasquez In his first official appearance as the East Los Angeles College president, Marvin Martinez opens up the ELAC Garden before the first football game of the season on Saturday. Martinez said that the garden will open up future opportunities and support the athletic programs. The garden is located by the score board in Weingart stadium, the ceremony kicked off the first football game of the season…

September 12, 2013