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The pursuit of Happy-ness begins here

Being homeless in a new city with your family 2,600 miles away could discourage anybody, but Anthony Happy, 19, doesn’t let his circumstances bring him down. He carries that same enthusiasm that his name suggests to the Pierce football team. “There were weeks at a time that I was homeless, literally living out of my […]

Brahmas fall to Pirates

The Brahmas suffered a second straight loss at home against the Ventura College Pirates 4-2. Both teams started the game off strong, but Ventura scored the first goal of the match. Before halftime, there was some commotion with forward Leslie Ramirez having a disagreement with her coach. Ramirez was benched for the rest of the […]

Brief: Second straight loss for soccer

The Brahmas suffered a defeat today against the Ventura College Pirates 4-2 in their second loss of the season. Ventura started off strong getting the first goal of the game.  The Brahmas got two goals in with the help of free kicks. The Pirates fought back and got three more goals.  The upcoming game is […]

Volleyball for all, coming soon

Volleyball for all, coming soon

When it’s time for the volleyball teams to practice, the South Gym fills with dozens of players. Soon, those numbers are expected to multiply. The new coed volleyball club is looking for help from the school to establish what could be the largest club on campus, with hundreds of people already signed up. Volleyball Club […]

Panthers maul the Brahmas

Chaffey College’s fast start propels the Panthers to a shutout victory over Pierce as the Brahmas suffered its first defeat of the season to the Panthers at home, 4-0.   The Panthers scored quickly in the second minute of the game as Pierce attempted to catch up to no avail. Coach Adolfo Perez has been […]

Brahmas stop the Roadrunners

The women’s volleyball team won the first game of the invitiational against Butte by three sets to zero. The first set the Brahmas won 25-12, the second 25-18 and the third 25-16. Shanon Volpis had a stellar game as she had 10 kills to help the Brahmas cruise to an opening win. Like Volpis, Whitey […]

Brief: Soccer handed first loss of the season

The Brahmas suffered their first defeat of the season today to the Chaffey Panthers 4-0. Chaffey scored quickly in the second minute of the game and Pierce was unable to recover. The physical play of the Panthers set the tone of the game, forcing the Brahmas to use a constant flow of substitutions. “They were […]

Pirates attack too much for Brahmas

After going winless last year, Pierce continued its losing streak against the Pirates in their home opener. Ventura started out to a quick lead and were only ever slowed by their choice in pace of play. Coach Judi Terhar had nothing but praise for Ventura. “Ventura is one of the best teams around,” Terhar said. […]

Brief: Water polo lose season opener

The Brahmas couldn’t get into the swim of things as they lost to the Ventura College Pirates 18-3 in their season opener at home.   Ventura started out to a quick 3-0 lead and never slowed down.   Water polo coach Judi Terhar gave credit to the opponents as they dominated the entire game.   […]

Brief: Soccer ends in tie

The soccer team were held in their home opener against Clovis as the game finished 0-0. Without a score from either team at halftime the second half there were more goal scoring opportunities for the Brahmas. Leslie Ramirez and Angela Verduzco came close to scoring the winning goal however the game ended in a draw. […]

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