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Late game heroics give Pierce baseball home victory

Late game heroics give Pierce baseball home victory

With one swing of the bat, the Brahmas saved a game in the tenth inning to beat the Allan Hancock Bulldogs 10-9 on Tuesday March 18. Sophomore Christian Tobias drove in the final run, lifting Pierce above Hancock. “I just tried not to do too much,” Tobias said after his game winning hit. “I just […]

Oxnard crush Pierce 12-5

Oxnard crush Pierce 12-5

The goal for the Pierce baseball team against Oxnard was to come out and play well, they soon found out it would be much easier said than done after losing 12-5 on Thursday, March 6 at home. Pierce took the lead in the first inning scoring a run from a double play with one man […]

Pierce baseball players find second chance to succeed at game they love

Pierce baseball players find second chance to succeed at game they love

To those unfamiliar with the sport, baseball is just a game. For others it’s a safe haven, a place where your biggest worry is deciding whether the pitcher is going to throw a slider or a curveball. The sounds of a baseball colliding with a bat, to the sound it makes as it soars through […]

Baseball team loses in final inning

Glendale College’s baseball team, last year’s Western State Conference champion, came back from a two run deficit to beat the Pierce College Brahmas in the ninth inning on Feb. 14. The Brahmas on a three game winning streak saw it come to an end at home as the Vaqueros had runners on second and third with two […]

Baseball team lose to Santa Barbara 7-6 in pitching duel

  The Pierce College baseball team lost in a come from behind victory to Santa Barbara City College 7-6 at Pershing Park on Thursday, April 25. The two teams were engaged in an intense pitching duel between Bobby Schauer, of Pierce, and Brendon Shoemake, of Santa Barbara. Both pitchers were able to last until the […]

Early errors sink Pierce against Cuesta

The Pierce baseball team suffered a demoralizing loss at home against the Cuesta College Cougars Thursday April 11, with the final score of 8-2. Cuesta started dominated offensively, scoring in the second play of the game and later again in the first inning. Pierce made a couple of errors that Cuesta capitalized on, allowing them […]

Baseball team bounce back with win

Excitement filled the air at Kelly Field as the Pierce College baseball team came away with an 8-7 ninth inning win in an offensive battle with Rio Hondo College on Tuesday March 27. “It was battle, towards the end, it was almost who was going to hit last,” said Rio Hondo coach Tom Fenton. The […]

Baseball team edge Hancock 2-1

Baseball team edge Hancock 2-1

In a low scoring game with the score all tied up in the ninth inning, the Pierce College baseball team beat the Allan Hancock Bulldogs 2-1 on Thursday March 21. Still recovering from their 4-2 loss to Hancock on Tuesday March 19, the baseball team managed to win in the ninth inning and win one of […]

Baseball team wins big against Ventura

After a rough start, Pierce College’s baseball team delivered their first blowout of the season by beating the visiting Ventura College 15 -4 on Saturday. Ventura was undefeated in conference games until Pierce stepped up to the plate with back-to-back wins against them in the same week as Pierce’s first victory came on March 14, winning […]

Baseball team loses 5th straight game

The Pierce College baseball team lost its fifth straight game in a close offensive battle 15-13 against Cuesta College Saturday. Although both teams had great offensive output, they both struggled with pitching and defense. “It was a sloppy game on both sides and we survived today,” said head coach Bob Miller of Cuesta College. Cuesta’s […]

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