Storify: Late game heroics propel Falcons to first place

Storify: Late game heroics propel Falcons to first place

Terrel Emerson, Sports Editor
February 5, 2016
Filed under Sports

After a 33-minute delay and three ejections later Cerritos comes from 10 down with a minute to go to win in overtime.     [View the story "Late game heroics from Payne propel Falcons to first place" on Storify]... Read more »

Storify: Cerritos loses out on chance at first place

Terrel Emerson, Sports Editor
February 5, 2016
Filed under Sports

The Vikings got the best of the Falcons in the first meeting of the year and hold sole possession of first place in conference. [View the story "Cerritos loses out on chance at first place" on Storify]... Read more »

Storify: Wally Kincaid honored at baseball home opener

Terrel Emerson, Sports Editor
February 5, 2016
Filed under Sports

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Falcons lose to Vaqueros after losing tempo

Falcons lose to Vaqueros after losing tempo

Monique Nethington, Staff Writer
February 2, 2016
Filed under Baseball, Men's Sports, Showcase, Sports

The Cerritos College men’s baseball team got off to a slow start in Tuesday's, Feb. 2, 3-1 loss against the Glendale Vaqueros. Starting pitcher Jacob Carter, led the Falcons through the first three innings with the score being tied at zero. The Falcons, also known as the 'Birds,' were able to... Read more »

Falcons hope to break more records this season

Briana Hicks, Campus Life Editor
February 2, 2016
Filed under Sports, Swimming, Women's Sports

Last year, Cerritos women’s swimming team, finished fourth at the South Coast Conference Championships. The Falcons defeated the hosting Huskies by 15 points, with a final score of 413, Falcons, and 398 Huskies. This year head coach Sergio Macias is sticking to his innovative idea to help prepare... Read more »

Men’s swim team gears up for exciting season

Men’s swim team gears up for exciting season

Toni Reveles, Staff Writer
February 2, 2016
Filed under Men's Sports, Sports, Swimming

After coming in 20th place in state last season the men of the Cerritos College swim team are looking to prove they are better. Head coach Joe Abing said, "Every year is a different team, but we always have the same goal of reaching our full potential, hopefully with a lot of hard work we will have... Read more »

Softball looking to regroup after first loss of season

Toni Reveles, Staff Writer
February 2, 2016
Filed under Softball, Sports, Women's Sports

After suffering a difficult 4-2 loss to Palomar Saturday, January 30, the softball team looks to regroup against Citrus on Wednesday, Feb 3. Sophomore Jenny Collazo feels the loss will only motivate the team. "I think that after this loss against Palomar, we're hungry, we have a goal and we are... Read more »

Plenty to look forward to with Track and Field approaching

Monique Nethington, Staff Writer
February 2, 2016
Filed under Men's Sports, Track & Field, Women's Sports

Cerritos men and women’s track and field readies itself for their season opener at Mt. San Antonio College. The race is set to be at Mt. San Antonio College starting at 11 a.m Coming off a third place finishing the Southern California Championships and placing seventh at CCCAA Championships;... Read more »

Cerritos’ Softball team suffers first loss against Palomar

Toni Reveles
February 2, 2016
Filed under Softball, Sports, Women's Sports

The softball team traveled to play the CCCAA State Champions Palomar, but they did not get the result it wanted.The game took place Saturday Jan. 30, at Palomar College and ended with a final score of 2-4.The Falcons now look ahead to play Citrus Wednesday, February 3.In the first inning Palomar started ... Read more »

Falcons approach upcoming rivalry game like any other

Terrel Emerson
February 1, 2016
Filed under Basketball, Men's Sports, Sports

Following the win Friday, Jan. 29 against El Camino, head coach Russ May wasted no time in preparing his team for the first place clash with rival Long Beach City. During the meeting May mentioned Vikings’ leading scorer Chris Camper, who averages 23.5 points per game. “I told the team that... Read more »