Cerritos College • Norwalk, Calif.

Wrestling starts season off undefeated

David Jenkins
September 21, 2016
Filed under Featured Sports Story Carousel, Sports, Wrestling

Over the past two weekends the Cerritos College wrestling team has been off gaining victories.Starting on Sept. 10 at the Bakersfield Duals, Cerritos went head to head with West Hills, East Los Angeles, Victor Valley and Bakersfield.The 165-pound freshmen Kennith Kirk (4-0), picked up a victory agains... Read more »

Mental stamina for Cerritos cross country strengthens

Monique Nethington
September 21, 2016
Filed under Cross Country, Men's Sports, Sports, Women's Sports

Breakout freshmen seem to be a theme this season for the cerritos cross country team. But any runner will tell you that running is ten percent physical and 90 percent mental. Freshman, and breakout front runner, Christian Macias said, “Mentally we need to stay focus during warm ups and going int... Read more »

Pure focus on the season ahead

Max Perez
September 20, 2016
Filed under Men's Sports, Sports, Waterpolo

The men's water polo team is now on a four-game win streak after its victory over Los Angeles Valley.The Falcons' defense was very strong and was ultimately one of the deciding factors.The defense was able to hold LA Valley to only five goals, which proved to be crucial because the offense was only able to... Read more »

The Chatterbox Corner: Starting rookie quarterbacks right away can be detrimental

Terrel Emerson
September 20, 2016
Filed under Chatterbox Corner, Columns, Sports

The jump from being the big man on campus to rookie quarterback in the National Football League is one of the largest adjustments to make. The journey does not end after the draft. In fact, it’s only the beginning for the young athlete. The quarterback position is one of the hardest positions ... Read more »

Cerritos survives Palomar surge, despite second half struggles

Terrel Emerson
September 19, 2016
Filed under Football, Men's Sports, Sports

Head coach Frank Mazzotta had to wait until week three of the season but he has finally captured career win No. 250 with a 21-17 win over Palomar College. "I didn't even know it to be honest with you. It's a nice surprise," he said. Mazzotta joked that it's not like he's only been coaching for fi... Read more »

An average start to a hopeful season for Cerritos men’s soccer.

An average start to a hopeful season for Cerritos men’s soccer.

Monique Nethington
September 14, 2016
Filed under Featured Sports Story Carousel, Men's Soccer, Men's Sports, Soccer, Sports

After the 2015 season the Cerritos men’s soccer team has had an impressive start to the current season earning an early record of 2-2-2. The men began their season with a non-conference win against Citrus College. After a 45 minute delay due to bus complications Cerritos finally made it to the field, an... Read more »

Disappointing end to a strong season start

Disappointing end to a strong season start

Monique Nethington
September 13, 2016
Filed under Featured Sports Story Carousel, Sports, Water Polo, Waterpolo, Women's Sports

The women’s water polo hits off the beginning the season with a 4-1 record. Already having played one conference game, and a weekend long tournament, the team has the momentum to move forward with a winning record. Rio Hondo In their season opener the Falcons went up against conference mate R... Read more »

The Chatterbox Corner: With grace and poise, Sager continues to battle Leukemia

Terrel Emerson
September 13, 2016
Filed under Chatterbox Corner, Columns, Online Exclusive, Sports

Dear Craig Sager, Vibrant, witty and cunning are just of the characteristics that describe you. You are as bold as they come from your hard-hitting journalistic outlook on sports to your wild and wacky suit colors and designs. It was so hard for me to hear that you were diagnosed with Leukemia... Read more »

Cerritos water polo has hot start to season

Max Perez
September 13, 2016
Filed under Featured Sports Story Carousel, Men's Sports, Sports, Water Polo, Waterpolo

The men’s water polo team started its extensive first week of play with seven wins and only one loss. The season began with a cross country trip to Maryland where the team participated in the Naval Academy Tournament. On the first day of competition the team came out and won all three of its g... Read more »

Falcons football continue its early season struggles in home opener

Falcons football continue its early season struggles in home opener

Max Perez
September 11, 2016
Filed under Football, Sports, Sports Features

The Cerritos Falcons struggled for the second consecutive week at their home opener, losing to the Fullerton Hornets 31-19. The offense had problems in the passing game as evident by the combined nine for 25 performance through the air. Coach Frank Mazzotta said, “Offensively we’re not where... Read more »

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