Despite being on a losing streak, PCC’s baseball team is confident in getting the Lancers in shape and ready for the playoffs. On April 14, PCC played Chaffey College and, while the Lancers had a steady start to the game, only allowing one run in the first 4 innings, they continued to make moves in the batter’s box. Although they made it on base frequently, the hard part was getting home. “That’s a triple, that’s a triple,” an audience member cheered as first baseman, Jake …
PCC’s swim teams came out strong at their meet against the Chaffey Panthers last Friday, placing first in the first eight events. In total, there were 27 events, and collectively both teams dominated in a total of 23 events–12 wins for the womens’ team and 11 wins for the mens’ team.
Following an unexpected loss against Rio Hondo, the men’s soccer team managed to redeem themselves by defeating Chaffey College 2-1 last week, keeping their playoff hopes alive and well.
Laughing in disbelief, Camilia Grases locked eyes with teammate Christy Lam (4 goals), after a scored goal from half-way down the pool in a 16-1 game-one rout of the Santa Ana Dons Saturday Morning.
Led by an explosive offensive performance, Pasadena baseball defeated Rio Hondo College 10-4 on Thursday afternoon at Brookside Park, extending their lead in the SCC North Division race.