On Tuesday, NBA commissioner Adam Silver brought the hammer down on Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling for the fallout of his racist comments, banning him for life from all NBA activities or business with the league going forward. “I fully expect to get the support I need from the other NBA owners to remove him,” Silver said in Tuesday’s press conference. “We stand together in condemning Mr. Sterling’s views. They simply have no place in the NBA.” The recorded comments between Sterling and his …
Hook Burger’s deliciousness will surely reel you in
The Pasadena area definitely has its share of burger joints, but a very promising spot to check out is Hook Burger located by the Sierra Madre Villa station at 3453 East Foothill Blvd. Of only four locations in California to date, Pasadena is lucky to have one of them in its vicinity.
Baseball fails to play spoiler against Mt. SAC
Despite hitting their first home run of the long 2014 season, PCC could not find much run support Tuesday night as they were routed 11-2 by the Mounties of Mt. San Antonio College.
Baseball drops tenth consecutive game despite very close losses
After a hard-fought series against El Camino-Compton Center the past week, Pasadena lost its tenth straight game on Tuesday by a score of 5-3 versus Irvine Valley College. The Lancers have lost their last three games by a combined four runs, adding even more frustration to the season. Following a 2-1 loss to visiting ECCC last Thursday, the Lancers managed to jump out to an 8-1 lead over ECCC on Saturday heading in to the top of the seventh inning. However, the wheels completely fell …
Baseball goes up in smoke against Cerritos, drops to 4-20 on season
Lancers baseball suffered their fourth consecutive loss Tuesday on the road against the Cerritos College Falcons, falling to 1-12 in the South Coast Conference play and 4-20 overall for the 2014 season.
Baseball edged in first game of series with LA Harbor
Defensive struggles and a lack of offense to back up great pitching proved costly for the Lancers baseball team, which lost its series opener 4-2 on the road against LA Harbor on Tuesday. Freshman starting pitcher Jason Marquez, who got into some trouble in the first inning by falling behind 2-0, pitched seven strong innings after only allowing six hits and four runs, two of which were unearned. “Marquez came in and did a great job of managing the game,” said head coach Evan O’Meara. …
Sweet victory: Lancer bats come alive in win vs. Long Beach
The recently unfamiliar satisfaction of winning returned to the Lancers baseball team on Saturday for the first time since Feb. 8 as PCC defeated the Vikings of Long Beach City College by a score of 9-5.
Movie piracy a topic of mixed opinions among PCC students
With the internet allowing people to illegally download a bigger selection of movies, students at PCC and many other schools have cut down on their trips to movie theaters. Is this sort of thing really such a big deal? Viewpoints on the issue are conflicting.
March sadness: baseball drops 11 in a row, inept offense continues against Long Beach
The struggle continued for the Lancers Tuesday when they played host to the Vikings of Long Beach City College and lost their dismal 11th game in a row by a result of 9-1. During the month of March, which began on March 4 with a 15-1 loss to East Los Angeles College and an 11-run seventh inning, the Lancers have gone 0-7 in South Coast Conference play. They’ve failed to score more than two runs in any of the games they’ve played so far in …
Unlucky seven: baseball blasted for 11 runs in seventh inning visiting ELAC
A recurring theme seems to be developing for the PCC baseball team as one nightmare inning of a game once again lead to a complete derailment for the Lancers. The latest example came in the seventh inning in a 15-1 blowout loss to visiting East Los Angeles College on Tuesday night, March 4. Heading into the bottom of the seventh inning in their South Coast Conference opener, the Lancers kept up with a very talented ELAC Huskies baseball squad most of the game. PCC stayed …