Thursday, June 20, 2019

Soccer advances to next round of regionals

Brahmas soccer got the upper hand against cross-town rival LA Valley College in the Play-In game of the regional playoffs. The only goal of...

Baseball drops off the table

The rollercoaster ride of a season for Brahmas baseball (14-6, 18-22) came to a screeching halt in the final week of the regular season....

Vikings slide to victory

The Brahmas were once again led by a strong pitching performance, but the offense faced a dominant starter and a questionable call as they...

Softball season canceled

After softball season was delayed for the first two weeks, the team was set to prepare for the game against Moorpark College on Thursday,...

Swim competes at Pasadena

The swim team made a splash in the 19th edition of the Pasadena City College Invitational, a three-day event that had different colleges competing. Head...

BRIEF: Spring sports schedules announced

The schedules for all the spring sports have been announced as teams continue their preparations for their respective openers.

BRIEF: Women’s volleyball lose in four sets

Despite winning their first set of the season, it was not enough for women’s volleyball, losing to the Victor Valley College Rams (29-27, 22-25,...

Hancock hampers homecoming

The Brahmas lost the last home game of the season to the Allan Hancock College Bulldogs 44-34 to drop 3-5 in the season. In the...

Representation on all-conference

There was Brahma representation in both football and soccer as 25 players made the all-conference teams in their respective sport. Head football coach Carlos Woods...

Brahmas put five past the Eagles

In their season home opener, the Brahmas came back from behind once again to get the win over the Mt. San Jacinto College Eagles. With...

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