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Teams make big splash at invitational

By Wendalyn Lazarte

March 10, 2004

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After a grueling invitational at Mt. SAC last week, the swin teams will once again go to another invitational at Cuesta Community College. The Warriors will travel next week to compete against junior colleges from both Northern...

Badminton team wins opener

By Fumie Iida

March 3, 2004

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Although the women's badminton team was not sure about its ability at the beginning of the season opener, it boosted its confidence by beating East L.A., 14-7, at El Camino last Friday. The women will play at Pasadena City tomorrow...

Rain stops meet; future looks bright for team

By Jeff Mahoney & Yoshi Otobe

March 3, 2004

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Sometimes being put in a difficult situation can be a good thing. That is message coach Dean Lofgren will convey to his men's and women's track and field teams, following the loss of several key participants while playing in...

Golfers’ future promising, excited about season start

By Geoff Nielsen

March 3, 2004

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Hopefully, the EC men's golf team will not be shouting this four-letter word at all this season. With a good mix of returning players and some solid newcomers, the Warriors hope to improve on last year's second place point total...

Swim team changes; gets brand-new look

By Wendalyn Lazarte

March 3, 2004

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It's a whole new season, a whole new team for the men and women's swim and diving team. "We graduated a lot of really good swimmers," coach Corey Stanbury said. "But apparently everybody else is in the same kind of position...

Baseball team doesn’t come up short

By Ramiro Rodriguez

March 3, 2004

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The bullpen couldn't hold on to an early lead as the baseball team lost its South Coast Conference opener to the East L.A. Huskies, 7-5. The loss was the first for the Warriors who fell to 7-1, 0-1, while the Huskies remained...

Profile: Versatile Weeks has eyes set on succeeding

By Ramiro Rodriguez

March 3, 2004

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He can play multiple positions, he's a good fielder, he can hit and if that's not enough, he can pitch too. He is Joel Weeks, the new starting shortstop for the Warriors. Some may have heard of him, but for those who haven't,...

Women look for first win

By Cristian Vasquez

March 3, 2004

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Due to bad field conditions caused by the recent storms in Southern California, the softball team has canceled its last two home games. If the weather allows and the field recovers, EC will face Mt. SAC today at 3 p.m. in what...

Steal ends women’s run for the playoffs

By John Sakata

March 3, 2004

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Entering the second half of play tied 24-24, the women's basketball team had its eyes on the ball. But when the clock struck 8, the pixie dust wore off and the Cinderella story ended without the happy ending, as EC reverted...

Men miss free throws as season comes to end

By John Hill and John Hill

March 3, 2004

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Somehow, Anthony Brown's tying three-point attempt which hit the side of the rim in the game's final seconds seemed to resonate in a trying season for the men's basketball team. The Warriors lost 68-64, Feb.20 to the Cerritos...

Nice mix of players leads to early success

By Geoff Nielsen and Geoff Nielsen

March 3, 2004

Filed under Sports

If you happen to walk by the North Gym between 2 and 4 p.m., you might have heard a consistent thumping noise. No, it is not the much needed construction of a new gym, but rather construction of this year's men's volleyball team. After...

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