El Camino College Union

Nice mix of players leads to early success

By Geoff Nielsen and Geoff Nielsen

March 3, 2004

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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...

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...

EC sports becoming a family affair

By Amy Malone

December 3, 2003

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Being a coach can be a difficult but rewarding job. You are responsible for bringing out the best in people while motivating them to achieve what they might not believe possible. This responsibility becomes even more challenging...

Baseball swings into spring season

By Ramiro Rodriguez

December 3, 2003

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Warrior baseball fans have a reason to be excited about the upcoming season. A new coach brings an intensity to the Warriors that players hope may result in many victories. Former assistant Greg Bergeron, a Warriors' coach...

Women stride to 2nd place in state; Bautista is 49th

By Fumie Iida and Fumie Iida

December 3, 2003

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In the state championships at Woodward Park in Fresno Nov. 22, the women's cross country team finshed the race the same way they went in: in second place. The Warriors ran against 17 schools from all over California and scored...

Women’s basketball team keeps looking for a win

By John Sakata and John Sakata

December 3, 2003

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Unable to get any of their outside shoots to fall, the Warriors lost to Pasadena City College 79-42 last Wednesday in the North Gym and will await the arrival of Riverside next Wednesday. Led by freshman center Mallory Ellis,...

Men’s basketball scores first victory

By John Sakata

December 3, 2003

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With five minutes to go, the shouts from the crowd grew louder. Each basket brought forth cheers and each rebound brought forth an applause. But when the buzzer sounded, the dejected Warriors walked off the floor with another...

Courage, dedication define EC athletes

By David Scarpero

December 3, 2003

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This is my last column. I have enjoyed covering EC sports - not only because it's fun to watch the games but also because the enthusiasm and dedication of our athletes are inspiring. I especially enjoyed watching our football...

On Deck

December 3, 2003

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All games scheduled for the week of Dec. 4- Feb. 6 Men's Basketball: Dec. 10 vs. Cypress, here at 7p.m. Dec. 12-13 in L.A. Southwest Tournment, at LA Southwest, 5:30 p.m. Dec. 19-21 in Golden West tournament, at Golden West, ...

Gridiron squad captures bowl victory

By David Scarpero

December 3, 2003

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If momentum is important in football games, then the Warriors had just enough left to beat the Chaffey Panthers 21-14, in the Southern California Verizon Bowl at Chaffey College Nov. 22. The Warriors (8-3) gained all the momentum...

First-year runners discover the route to success

By Cristian Vasquez

December 3, 2003

Filed under Sports

While experience is often a necessary ingredient for success in sports, sometimes raw athletic talent can be more important. Some teams have a very young squad but do very well when it's time to compete. The women's cross country...

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