The Lancers interconference matchup saw a potential late inning comeback and controversial calls in a 5-4 loss on Tuesday afternoon to LA Harbor.
After boasting a 9-1 record over a 10 game stretch, PCC’s softball team entered a non-conference weekend series with a target on their backs. In attempts to prove that they deserve such a titanous record, they ended up at a mediocre 1-2 as they head back to playing meaningful games.
Lancers’ baseball battled until the final out to take down LA Harbor 10-8 to split the two game series on Thursday.
The Lancers division-leading baseball team won a thrilling extra inning conference game 7-6 over LA Harbor College on Tuesday at Brookside Park.
The Lancers football team played a good game against LA Harbor College, especially in the third quarter, but missed an extra point kick that cost them the game and allowed Harbor to hold on for a 24-23 victory.
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. …