Gordon Ingebritson turned in a quality start on Thursday, but had his 3-2 lead over LBCC fumbled by Lorenzo LLorens, who allowed 2 runs in as many innings as the Lancers saw their losing streak extend to a season-long 6 games. “The bullpen has to do better. They gave up they gave up three runs on Tuesday, they gave up four runs today…you’re just not going to win too many games [with those numbers],” said Lancer head coach Patt McGee. Part of the bullpen troubles …
‘Long Shot’: A shallow look at systemic injustice
Accused murderer Juan Calderon rocked in his chair as a tear rolling from his left eye disappeared in his mustache, then curled around his strained upper lip as he focused what energy he had on crying silently. His 6-year-old daughter answered his defense Attorney’s questions from the witness stand with Calderon’s incarceration hanging in the balance.
Lancers hit straight outta trouble against Compton
As Tony Shue trotted into second base after his 3 RBI double gave PCC a 7-6 lead, he was the only Lancer who wasn’t outwardly celebrating or cheering, a reflection of his characteristic calm under pressure even after the eighth inning hit authored the game’s final score.
Lancers lean in to dramatic comeback win
Tony Shue leaned to the right with dozens of other players, fans and coaches all watching his high-arching drive drop feet from the left-field foul line for the Lancers second walk off victory of the season, and a split of the two-game series against El-Camino College (ECC). “It felt good, it was definitely an experience,” said Shue, describing his first walk-off at any level. The Lancers entered the 9th inning on Monday trailing by three runs and still facing the Warriors’ starter. However, after leading …
Lancers race to find consistency after Cerritos Opener
A group of runners in red jumpsuits stretched on the ocean-blue grass of an endzone and turned their heads in unison at the sound of a starting gun towards a handful of sprinters, their silhouettes flickering through the maze of competitors awaiting their events in the Cerritos Opener, where the Lancers won two events this past weekend.
Twitter’s new 280 character is stupid and too long and no one wants to read this much and have I proven my point yet?
During the past couple weeks the public interest in Twitter’s decision to switch it’s character limit to 280 characters for certain countries has diminished, which is the opposite of what the profoundly negative social impacts of this decision will do in the current social and journalistic climate.
Lancers volleyball comfortably beats Beavers
Just before the third set of their match against LA Trade Tech College (LATTC) Wednesday night, the Lancers volleyball team stood in an 89 degree gym exchanging energetic congratulations and cheerful laughter, while the LATTC Beavers wandered quietly towards their water coolers as PCC claimed their eighth win of their last 9 games, 25-9, 25-17, 25-12. The team had reason to be excited, having won the second set without using a single sophomore. The sophomores obliterated their competition 25-9 in the opening set and were …
Lancers collapse vs 10-man Cerritos
After allowing four goals to Cerritos for the second time this season, PCC goalkeeper Andrew Espinoza turned towards his sideline and flung off his goalie glove, cracking it like a whip; Friday’s 4-1 loss came to a Falcon team which played with 10 men for over half the match.
El Camino shatters volleyball’s six game win streak
An often thunderously loud Hutto Patterson gymnasium was eerily quiet Friday night, filled with the dull murmurs of conversations recognizing that the Lancers’ 6-game win streak was coming to a sudden end, as they lost to the El Camino Warriors (25-21, 25-13, 25-13).
Lancers kill fourth straight win to stay unbeaten in conference
On Friday night the Dodgers opened their 2017 playoffs, the U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team played a world cup qualifier, and PCC prevailed in a volleyball match that (by final score) was more closely contested than either of those games, beating East Los Angeles Community College (ELAC) in 5 sets (25-13, 22-25, 25-16, 24-26, 15-4).