Clauss reflects on fall season, his upbringing

Denny Cristales, Editor-in-Chief
November 25, 2014
Filed under Sports

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Frustration looms, men’s soccer looks ahead

Frustration looms, men’s soccer looks ahead

Sebastian Echeverry, Contributor
November 24, 2014
Filed under Men's Sports, Soccer, Sports

Frustration and confusion flowed through the veins of the men's soccer team on Friday, Nov. 14, as the lead it acquired against El Camino College was vanquished with a goal in the last minutes of the game. The final score ended in a draw with two goals equally shared. This tie ended the Falcons'... Read more »

Football bowl champions, late game-winning catch seals deal

Football bowl champions, late game-winning catch seals deal

Denny Cristales, Editor-in-Chief
November 23, 2014
Filed under Football, Showcase, Sports

Trailing the entire game, and about three minutes left, it seemed the Cerritos College football team had a disappointing loss in its grasp. It took just one risky pass and one smothered catch to finally gain a lead. And the game along with it. Quarterback Jimmy Walker shot it toward Justin Caines... Read more »

Golden State Bowl game next for football team

Armando Jacobo, Sports Editor
November 20, 2014
Filed under Football, Men's Sports, Sports

The regular season has ended. But, the playoffs await for the Cerritos College football team on Saturday against Santa Barbara City College. The Falcons finish the season with a 7-3 overall record and losing those three games by a total of 10 points. “We beat ourselves all three of those games,... Read more »

Despite initial start Kirk stays humbled

Monica Gallardo, Sports Copy Editor
November 20, 2014
Filed under Features, Men's Sports, Sports, Wrestling

Standout athletes usually dedicate their life to a sport at an early age, learning the basics and mastering them throughout the years. That is not the case for Cerritos College wrestler Dustin Kirk. “Honestly, I had no idea what wrestling was my freshman year of high school. I started wrestling... Read more »

Hawaiian Island roots have players bonded on field

Alexander Naveja, Associate Copy Editor
November 20, 2014
Filed under Features, Football, Sports

On the football team, a group of players that have made their presence known have built a very strong family connection and a brotherhood with one another. One of the Hawaiian Island brothers, Norman Unga-Solomon, said, “We all live with each other. Right now, it’s only the four of us - me,... Read more »

Ariel Melendez | Falcon Sports

Alexander Naveja and Daniel Linares
November 16, 2014
Filed under Multimedia, Track & Field, Track & Field, Video, Videos, Women's Sports

This week in Falcon Sports, Alex Naveja brings in a guest from the women's cross country tea, Ariel Melendez. They discuss about the California Community College Athletics Association Meet and about Melendez's life.

Anaya-Webb, Requejo inch closer to breaking records in Falcons’ 7-0 win

Abraham Venegas, Staff Writer
November 14, 2014
Filed under Soccer, Sports, Women's Soccer, Women's Sports

Cerritos forward Ashley Anaya-Webb scored three goals in the Falcons' 7-0 route of Los Angeles Harbor College, bringing her one goal shy of tying the Cerritos single-season record of 36 goals, set in 2008 by Monique Cisneros. With 30 goals to her name this season, midfielder Nayeli Requejo has a total... Read more »

Men’s water polo optimstic in going far in SCC tournament

Monica Gallardo, Sports Copy Editor
November 4, 2014
Filed under Men's Sports, Sports

Utility Carlos Abrego is hoping to face Long Beach City College at this weeks’ South Coast Conference Tournament. “We’re hoping to see Long Beach in the finals and we really want to beat (it) because (the team) beat us last year,” he said. The Falcons hope that this season’s improvements... Read more »

Women’s water polo seeks revenge in final tournament of the season

Monica Gallardo
November 4, 2014
Filed under Sports, Water Polo, Women's Sports

The South Coast Conference Tournament will give the women’s water polo team a chance to play against Rio Hondo College again after splitting both decisions earlier this season. “We lost the first time we played (Rio Hondo), and the second time we won, so I’m hoping now that we’ve played twice,... Read more »