After making two spectacular leaping saves, goalie Gaetano Perez, who made seven saves in all during the game, couldn’t turn away the goal that ended the Lancers’ season.
After being down by eight with the extra point coming, the Lancers football team had a slim chance at an opportunity for an onside kick to get the ball back with 1:10 left on the clock. The extra point never came.
The Lancers football team played solid defense against the Cerritos College Falcons on Saturday, but dropped the ball when it came to offense.
The Lancers football team came out looking strong in the first quarter but couldn’t keep up against the regionally ranked No. 7 College of the Canyons Cougars. The final score was a dismal 56-10 in the SCFA National Northern Conference opener.
The Lancers looked poised to earn their first win on Saturday night, leading 17-0 for most of the first half, but an Orange Coast College Pirates interception late in the fourth quarter was the difference in the game. The final score was 27-23.
Despite having a great offensive second half, the PCC football team was unable to overcome a 24-0 onslaught put on by the Citrus College Owls in the first half, which ultimately culminated in the loss on Saturday night. The final score was 34-21.
After a double-digit comeback, the Lancers menâ€™s basketball team was defeated by a last-second three pointer by El Camino College, losing 71-70 on Feb. 6.
Offense gets the glory, but in the end it really comes down to defense.
Good things come to those who wait, such as chances for great shots or well-executed plays. However, patience didnâ€™t come easy for womenâ€™s basketball as the team missed crucial shots and opportunities to break Mt. SACâ€™s undefeated streak. The outcome was a seven-point defeat by No. 1 Mounties (24-0, 11-0), 52-45 on Feb. 1.
The Lancers men’s basketball team had a significant comeback but was unable to return from a second-half 21-point deficit, losing to the East Los Angeles College Huskies 68-64 on Jan. 23.