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Brahmas win home opener

The women’s volleyball team started their season off strong, winning their first game against Rio Hondo — hoping to get back to the CCCAA State Championship game in December. The Brahmas showed no signs of a championship loss hangover as they go right back on track in their season-opener, beating Rio Hondo in three sets: […]

Pierce College Athletic Hall of Fame induction ceremony

Top tier athletes and coaches will be celebrated this year in the Pierce College Athletic Hall of Fame Ceremony on May 26th at the Woodland Hills Country Club. This will be the fourth ceremony since it’s introduction in 2010. The inductees on that night were Barry Zito and Ray Bishop. Athletic Director Bob Lofrano explains […]

Football Preview: Looking to improve after 5-5 season

With the spring season over, training for fall sports commences. The Brahmas football team hits the gridiron in hopes of improving from its disappointing season. Former Division I players have joined the team, raising expectations. Coach Jason Sabolic has his team training hard through the spring and summer to prepare his players for the grind […]

Soccer preview: Big expectations

On a warm Tuesday afternoon, six pairs of colorful soccer cleats form a circle near The Pit waiting to begin their co-ed soccer class. Among the players is forward and captain Makayla Nichols, laughing and enjoying her time with returning teammates. The 2016-17 women’s soccer season is a few months away, and the ladies are […]

Never too late to return a serve

Never too late to return a serve

He scooted instead of crawled, then ran before he walked. More than 40 years later, that energy cannot be created nor destroyed; rather, it transforms from tennis to writing scripts and directing films, before cycling back to tennis again. Sean Reid, 46, returned to college as a new media in screenwriting major after a more […]

Solidifying Pierce immortality

Solidifying Pierce immortality

There are few that can have their names be solidified as a sports great, but those that do will never be forgotten. Brittany Henderson, 28, will be one of several women inducted in Pierce’s fourth annual hall of fame on Thursday, May 26, at the Woodland Hills Country Club. Averaging 20 points, 21 rebounds, three […]

Karate kicks and wide receiver mitts

Karate kicks and wide receiver mitts

Being a wide receiver takes discipline, focus, technique and nimble footwork. Brahmas receiver Ashland Anderson, has spent the majority of his life fine tuning these skills. The path he walks now was first laid out for him when he was a child studying karate with his father. “One of the biggest things in karate is […]

Women’s volleyball preview: Championship or bust

Women’s Volleyball has been preparing for their upcoming season, and plans to keep moving forward. The team brought plenty of excitement last season, and this year they plan to continue where they left off. “Next season to me, ever since we established the program, has always been putting a team together on the court that […]

A valuable and determined winner

A fast paced music plays coupled with the sounds of splashing water and smell of chlorine. Several students wearing swimsuit and goggles are seen conversing with one another while others get ready for practice. When practice begins, Gerryleo Sarmiento, 18, splashes her way through the Steven E. Schofield Aquatic Center, using her pure strength and […]

The endless summer

The endless summer

As Eryn Krouse dives into the pool at the Steven E. Schofield Aquatic Center, she sheds the day’s troubles while gliding through the cool waters. For Krouse, this is where she finds peace. This is where she abandons the constraints of school and work, and melts into the shifting depths. Nicknamed “shark” and “dolphin” by […]

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