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Scooby’s Corner: baseball team makes playoffs despite season struggles

After a two year absence, the baseball team rides into the playoffs this year after being out of post-season play since 2011. It was not the prettiest season the team could have played by any means, but the team did prove itself to be worthy of being considered a fighting team. The reason the Brahmas […]

Tennis team’s season comes to an end with some success

The Pierce College tennis team has almost reached the end of their season-long rollercoaster ride, with their final tournament coming in the first days of May. The tennis team held a six-game losing streak before singles player Richard Catabona won the Western State Conference tournament in early April. “They did great for the players that […]

Baseball team loses important game against Santa Barbara heading into playoffs

A 6-3 defeat to Santa Barbara City College stung the Pierce College baseball team on Tuesday, April 22, jeopardizing their placement in the playoffs. The Brahmas planned on putting up a fight by taking advantage of its home field, infielder Christian Tobias said. “We need to win, do good pitching to start and good defense […]

Swim team keeps rolling in WSC championships

The Pierce College swim team kept its good form and came out making a splash at the Western State Conference Swim championship held at Los Angeles Valley College from Thursday, April 17 to Saturday, April 19. The Brahmas took part in several competitions across three days in its quest to make it to the state championships. […]

Scooby’s Corner: Solutions to a better softball team

In recent years, at Pierce College, the record for the biggest eye sore is the Brahmas’ softball team. As a team in the past four years, they have combined to win four games under the direction of Pat Grennan. Common logic after an abysmal four years under the helm would be to fire the coach, […]

Pierce College cheerleading squad to hold tryouts in May

Her facial expression immediately changed and it lit up as she smiled and described with excitement what it would be like to win a letterman’s jacket. “You get a championship ring, you win a bunch of really cool stuff, but I really want one of those cool jackets, just to say you’re a winner,” said […]

Former running back and coach to be inducted into Pierce Hall of Fame

Former running back and coach to be inducted into Pierce Hall of Fame

There are many legends in professional and even division one schools; however, in the world of community colleges there are very few. This coming May, a legend in the world of community college football will be among those inducted into the Pierce College Hall of Fame. Jim Fenwick, a former Brahma running back, assistant coach and […]

Scooby’s Corner: How a cancer patient inspired sports fans

It seems like once a year there is somebody in sports that inspires people on a global stage. They are not the biggest, they are not the tallest, and they are not the strongest. Sometimes it is the people who are the smallest, but have the greatest hearts that inspire people the most. Lacey Holsworth, […]

Pierce divers qualify for state championships

Pierce divers qualify for state championships

With the diving season coming to an end, Pierce College divers Kevin Kichik and Govanny Gonzalez won big once again as both teammates qualified for the state diving championships after competing in the Western State Conference and Southern California Dive Championship on April 11 to 12. “Our goal throughout the season was to have both […]

Former Pierce athlete to be inducted into hall of fame posthumously

Former Pierce athlete to be inducted into hall of fame posthumously

It will be a somber day for the Brahmas family when they induct another athlete into the Pierce College Sports Hall of Fame this May. Neal Sweeney, a former Pierce College wide receiver who was a junior college All-American in 1963 and 1964 before transferring to Tulsa University before being drafted to the Denver Broncos […]


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