The Lancers last home game of the regular season quickly opened with PCC leaving their opponent scoreless until the third quarter. Victor Valley made it a close fight with PCC’s second, and third string defensive squad in the end only losing by a mere five points. It was the sophomores last game as Lancers at PCC, ending their time at the school in front of the home fans before transferring to the next steps in their football careers. In the win, PCC improved their record …
100-yard kick return lone bright spot in rain-soaked loss to Grossmont
A cacophony of noises is heard, from the beating of marching band drums to the PA system playing AC/DC, amping up the crowd and the Lancers football team in what will be a game filled with chaotic flag tosses, on-field scrums and an eventual rain dampened loss to Grossmont. Both teams came into the game with an 0-1 record in American Mountain League conference play, but only one came out on top. Grossmont won the coin toss giving PCC the choice of receiving or kicking. …
Marauders steal a win against Lancers football
Streamed live on youtube while the sun was setting, the visiting PCC Lancers football team took on the Antelope Valley College Marauders for the first time ever Saturday, September 24. The play-by-play was called by Emery Johnson, fans were able to watch the game live thanks to SoCal College Sports who stream all the home games for AVC football, the camera work and replays gave the game a professional touch. Although the video feed was bad at first due to the sun setting, the game’s …
CHAMPIONS AT LAST: Lancers win first bowl game in 20 years
The Lancers lined up at their very own 3-yard line in a 21-21 ball game with six minutes remaining left in the fourth quarter. Quarterback Kade Wentz scrambled on second down, almost running into his own lineman, and bought enough time to find his running back, Miles Anderson, running free down the left sideline.
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Quarterback Kade Wentz faked the handoff to Miles Anderson, took three steps back, and threw a deep rainbow to Wheeler Smith. With nobody in front of him, Smith pranced from one hash to the other avoiding the last two Grossmont Griffin defenders for the touchdown. For the Lancers, it gave them the early lead, but for Wentz and Smith, it was a connection built since childhood.
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A tired but resilient Lancers defense had remained on the field for a little over seven minutes. On the other side of the ball, Mt. San Jacinto Eagles were hopeful that they could score the equalizer, down 21-14 in the third quarter. The Lancers faced another fourth down after an offsides penalty ruined a great fourth down stop by Lucio Rodriguez and the rest of the defense.
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Prior to the snap, wide receiver Jeremiah Hartfield motioned from right to left of the formation, nearly running perpendicular behind quarterback Edward Norton who hiked the football and faked the first of two read options to running back Miles Anderson before sprinting to his left. The true conspiracy happened when the only defender in good position was beguiled into tackling Hartfield, the man without the ball.