“It’s your turn!” her teammates chastise, as utility Christy Lam laughingly serenades her audience during a game of UNO. The splashes and grunts in the nearby pool are drowned out by familiar 2000s bop, Cassie’s Me & You. The floor is strewn with beach towels and homemade snacks. Despite the loss, the atmosphere feels more like a pool party than a water polo tournament.
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.
The Lancers fought hard, but ran out of gas in the later innings against the Roadrunners of Rio Hondo, as they fell 9-4 on Saturday afternoon at Jackie Robinson Stadium.
Sometimes it seems that in a blink of an eye, a game can become out of reach. That was the case for the Lancers after just the first inning of a game against Rio Hondo College, when an error with two outs in the inning opened the flood gates in route to an 8-1 rout of PCC on Saturday at Jackie Robinson Memorial Field.
The women’s water polo team dropped their first two games against the Rio Hondo College Roadrunners and East Los Angeles College Huskies at the Aquatic Center on Sept. 18 in their season openers.
The PCC baseball team returned home from its road trip after two very discouraging non-conference losses, being routed 12-4 by Rio Hondo College on Feb. 13 and getting a 17-3 thrashing at the hands of LA Pierce College on Feb. 15.