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Marching toward history, chasing a cure

Adding another victory to their belt, the Pierce College women's basketball team scores points for not just themselves but against breast cancer.

Breaking the D’

After a hard fought 82-78 victory, men's basketball looks toward the end of the season.

Season wrap for men’s basketball

The season has ended for the Pierce College men's basketball team as they step off the court with two wins out of a total of 24 games. Despite winning their last game, which was against Cuesta College on Saturday, the team has not qualified to proceed on to the regional finals that will continue through March.

B-ball defense just misses

The fans were cheering as the Brahmas tipped-off their seventh basketball game of the season Friday against the Los Angeles City College Cubs, but later suffered a disappointing loss of 55 to 56. The first half of the game went to the Brahmas, who had a 12- point lead over the Cubs by half time.

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