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Serving up the wins

Terrel Emerson

March 29, 2016

Following the season opener, head coach Alvin Kim said he felt his team was better because the roster was deeper this season. Almost three months into the season his team currently holds a 21-3 record. The team suffered an early loss to reigning state champion Irvine Valley in early February. In a span of nine days the team dropped two games in mid-March. Kim doesn’t t...

Once a Division I hopeful, William Truong, cheated death after being deemed paralyzed after breaking his neck performing a backflip on a trampoline. Truong has since recovered and continues to make steps toward full strength everyday. Photo credit: Monique Nethington

Truong Strong

March 29, 2016

First year student at Cerritos College, William Truong, returns two years after an injury to spinal cord. Truong attended Esperanza...

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...

Whitaker honored with Athlete of the Month

Terrel Emerson

December 8, 2015

Sophomore wide receiver De’Jai Whitaker is unlike a traditional big man on campus. The 6-foot 5-inches slender-wide-out is reserved, humble and according to his teammates and coaches, quiet. Passing Game Coordinator Jeff Fisher said, “By him being a quiet guy you see that he is well-mannered. But you can tell he has that fig...

Remembering Wally Kincaid, Cerritos’ very own “John Wooden”

Wally Kincaid was inducted to the baseball hall of fame in 2010. Kincaid led the 1966 baseball team to a perfect 40-0 record.

Christian Gonzales, Sports Editor

December 8, 2015

Meeting a person who has impacted many lives is rare. Retired baseball coach, Wally Kincaid, was one of those people. Kincaid coache...

Jaramillo can’t stop

Amanda Del Cid

November 3, 2015

Carolina Jaramillo, has played at the level most athletes only dream of, the world stage of soccer, when she played with the Mexican Women's National Team. Jaramillo, who has also played for the Mexican national U20 team as the no.10 and in the Women's Premier League, is making her mark somewhere new. Jaramillo snagged another achievement for...

Kishawn Holmes stands against cancer

Terrel Emerson

October 20, 2015

Every October the NFL shows it support for breast cancer by having its players and officials wear pink. It has become such a phenomenon that it has even trickled down to the college and the high school ranks. Although, it is strictly optional it is clear to see that some players wear pink more than others. During the Homecoming game against El Camino,...

Women’s soccer champion dies

Women's soccer champion dies

Luis Guzman, Managing Multimedia Editor

August 8, 2014

Cerritos College women's soccer player Jasmine Cornejo died due to a seizure on Sunday, Aug. 3.  She was 20-years-old. Not a...

Quidditch comes to Cerritos College

December 16, 2013

Qudditch coach Aldemar Sanchez has been running drills with new team members in order to learn the sport of Quidditch. Yes Quidditch – the same sport that Harry Potter and Ron Weasley played in the series. But since we don’t live in the magical world of Harry Potter, some things have to change in order for Quidditch to be played on a college...

Order of The Falcon brings life to the game of Quidditch

December 10, 2013

We talked to the International Quidditch Association and Order of The Falcons members about Quidditch, a sport that originated...

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