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Cerritos falls to Riverside, despite strong second half showing

Terrel Emerson, Online Editor

October 2, 2016

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Falcons survive narrow 7-3 win over Rustlers

Terrel Emerson

September 28, 2016

The Cerritos College defense has carried the team all season long, this time linebacker Alex Bush was the leading catalyst. We've all heard the sports cliche "defense wins championships,” but for the Cerritos College football team that has been the storyline all season long. The Cerritos Falcons got away with a narrow 7-3 win over the Golden We...

Cerritos improve to 2-2 after a stingy defensive win over Golden West

Terrel Emerson, Online Editor

September 25, 2016

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Cerritos survives Palomar surge, despite second half struggles

Terrel Emerson

September 19, 2016

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 five years, he admitted that he has been coaching for a ...

Linebacker Kijon Washington is being assisted off the field by Brian Cable and an assistant after suffering an ankle injury in Saturday nights game. He would later return to the game after recieving treament from the athleteic training staff.

Falcons football continue its early season struggles in home opener

September 11, 2016

The Cerritos Falcons struggled for the second consecutive week at their home opener, losing to the Fullerton Hornets 31-19. The...

Wide receiver Landon Jones looks on as the Falcons trail 20-0. The Monarchs would eventually win the game by a score of 23-7. Photo credit: Terrel Emerson

Mitchell, offense struggles in 23-7 loss at LA Valley

September 4, 2016

In all of his 39 years at Cerritos College, head coach Frank Mazzotta called the Falcon's 23-7 loss to the Monarchs as bad an...

Inexperienced talent leads Falcon football

Terrel Emerson, Online Editor

August 23, 2016

Sophomore transfer quarterback Nick Mitchell said the “sky is the limit” on how good this Cerritos Falcons football team can be. He also said that the team is “pretty good right now we just have to keep up the hard work in the next two weeks. Last season, the team finished with a record of 8-2 in the regular season including a season opening...

Cerritos College women's soccer head coach Ruben Gonzalez holds a state title above his head with his team surrounding him. This was the team's fourth straight state championship.

This year in Cerritos Sports

May 10, 2016

Keeping up with tradition of years past, Cerritos College continues to be a constant competitor in athletics. This year, Cerritos C...

Defensive end Miles Henry-Davis (not pictured) calls Nick Mitchell (pictured) 'Golden Boy' because he feels he looks like the prototypical All-American quarterback. Mitchell admitted that he is not trying to be the 'Oregon State guy' but rather the 'Cerritos guy.' Photo credit: Terrel Emerson

Beaver turned Falcon

April 12, 2016

Usually the purpose of community college is for it to catapult students to the four-year level. It’s rare that someo...

Raymon Price awarded with Defensive Player of the Year

Raymon Price awarded with Defensive Player of the Year

January 8, 2016

Following the Sept. 26 Ventura game, defensive tackle David Fangupo said that people didn’t really understand how good a fellow...

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