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Baseball ready to bounce back after close series

Baseball ready to bounce back after close series

Brendan Cross

February 11, 2013


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Los Medanos College's baseball team has had their sights set on a state championship all off-season, but currently find themselves with an 0-2 record after two close games against the Mission College Saints, losing 8-6 last Friday at Mission College and 6-5 at home Saturday. “Our plan is to win...

Red sea rising in the bay

Red sea rising in the bay

Dakotah Zabroski

February 1, 2013


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A sea of red is what I’ve seen the last two Sundays when the San Francisco 49ers have played in the playoffs. Fans have come out of nowhere and are suddenly claiming that they are Niners fans. I expect to see an even bigger increase considering that the Niners are playing in this year’s Super...

Swinging for the fences

Swinging for the fences

Brendan Cross

February 1, 2013


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The Los Medanos College Mustangs are looking to build on a solid 2012 baseball season and aim towards winning a state championship this season. They finished last season with a 21-15-1 record, ending up placing second in the Bay Valley division of the Northern California Conference behind Laney College. As...

Stangs fall in overtime

Stangs fall in overtime

Dakotah Zabroski

February 1, 2013


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The Los Medanos College men’s basketball team took on the Mendocino College Eagles Friday night and lost a close one 68-65. The game was filled with excitement, especially as the game started to wind down. LMC Head Coach Derek Domenichelli said it was a close one and that “my team played well.”...

Ladies set to take mound

Ladies set to take mound

Dakotah Zabroski

January 28, 2013


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The Los Medanos College women’s softball team looks forward to the start of their upcoming season. After not having a team last season the players can’t wait to get back out on the field and play ball. Jozette Velasquez, the team’s utility player said “I’m looking forward to actually...

Is the risk worth the reward?

Luke Johnson

January 28, 2013


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After spending 20 seasons in the NFL Junior Seau captured a legacy as one of the games greatest line backers, and was a force of nature on the field. But after committing suicide by gunshot to the chest last May, some proposed that the 43-year-old was saving his brain fir for future research that was...

Mustangs fall to 3-12

Mustangs fall to 3-12

Dakotah Zabroski

January 28, 2013


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The Los Medanos College women’s basketball team took on Laney College Saturday night but failed to rack up a win, losing 70-48. The first half of the game was dominated by Laney College. LMC’s Assistant Coach James Vreonis admits that his team came out stagnant to start the game. “We didn’t...

Quarterback Behrs all

Quarterback Behrs all

Dakotah Zabroski

December 7, 2012


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This last football season Los Medanos College quarterback Michael Behr led the Mustangs to a 6-4 season, a much-improved turn around from last year’s disappointing end with 0-10. At 6’1 and 195 pounds, Behr fits the quarterback position like the last piece of a challenging puzzle. His height let’s...

Risk verses reward in football

Dakotah Zabroski

December 7, 2012


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The absence of some sports at Los Medanos College has left many interested athletes without a game to play even though potential players indicate they would take steps to help bring their sport to LMC. LMC has just three men’s teams and four women’s teams, due to the fact that Title IX requires...

Risk verses reward in football

Dakotah Zabroski

December 7, 2012


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Concussions are becoming more prevalent in sports. The problem is they are not easy to spot and can be a potential problem for both players and coaches to identify — since only 10 percent of them involve loss of consciousness even being knocked out is not a fool proof indicator. My biggest concern...

D’Albora takes the mound as new coach

D’Albora takes the mound as new coach

Luke Johnson

November 30, 2012


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Anthony D’Albora is set to anchor the baseball coaching staff at Los Medanos College for what many people might say is the relatively young age of 26-years-old. Although D’Albora is young he is not inexperienced, having coached collegiately for eight years. “He’s been around the game for...

Mustangs improve record to 6-4

Mustangs improve record to 6-4

Dakotah Zabroski

November 30, 2012


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  The Los Medanos College football team enjoyed success this fall after a disappointing 0-10 season in 2011, finishing 6-4 and just one game shy of making it to a bowl game. The team was full of committed sophomores who hated the feeling of losing every game last year, said quarterback coach...

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