PCC’s baseball team made sure they did not miss out on the opportunity to score, as shown by their explosive offensive production. In their last two home games, the Lancers combined for a total of 19 runs at Jackie Robinson Field with an 8-5 win against Oxnard and an impressive 11-1 win against Glendale improving their record to 6-3
PCC Football has been a bit of a circus in recent years. The cycle of bringing in a new coach every year with hype and player support only to have the team go under .500 and lose said coach for various suspicious reasons has plagued Pasadena City. When most recent hire Thomas Maher was put on administrative leave only weeks before the 2017 season, the cycle was looking like it was about to repeat itself.
When Edward Manzo slapped a grounder into the shortstops glove, silence overwhelmed PCC’s dugout; they knew their season was over. That fate was sealed when Glendale shortstop, Grant Mona, threw to first for the final out, winning the three game postseason series. The Lancers entered the playoffs as the 12 seed, and were faced with taking on the fifth seeded Glendale Community College in the first round. The only other time PCC faced Glendale, they were only able to score one run in a 5-1 …
Baseball nearly fell to Rio Hondo college but came back after a dicey final three innings to win the game and make the playoffs.
Spotted in the Plaza near the library, sat 21-year-old Latino Lancer student, known as Benjamin Pasillas or Ben with the long brown hair. He was happy to share a little bit about himself.
On the corner of California Avenue and Orange Street in Glendale sits The Great White Hut, a burger and fries restaurant that impossible to miss if you know what you’re looking for: a white hut.