Angie Otriz makes a save at the Badminton team's game against El Camino College on April 5. PCC crushed El Camino 19-2, making it their 41 win straight.
Angie Otriz makes a save at the Badminton team’s game against El Camino College on April 5. PCC crushed El Camino 19-2, making it their 41 win straight.

The Lancer badminton team picked up another conference win against El Camino College, bringing the tally to 41 straight victories. PCC cruised to the 19-2 in the Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium on April 5.

Head Coach Bill Sanchez said, “We did well, [we are] doing ok, most kids played pretty well today. It was our 41st straight win.”

Halfway through the conference season, the Lancers are earning a victory every time they step on the court and are moving one step closer to a 5th straight conference title.

With good play from Angie Ortiz, Grace Espinosa and Alejandra Palacios, PCC won every doubles match. Ortiz quickly handled her singles opponents winning 21-8, 21-17, and then winning her second matchup 21-4, 21-6.

Palacios also cruised taking all four of her singles matches 21-9. “I played well, I won all of my matches,” said Palacios. “[We are] getting much better from earlier in the season; we are [heading in the right] direction.”

It is a good direction to be heading, sitting atop the SCC conference at 6-0, with 6 more games to go.

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