New season, new faces

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Erick Amaya, Sports Editor

May 18, 2020

This fall, the Los Medanos College Women’s Soccer team is looking to compete for their third consecutive Bay Valley Conference title. Head coach Zach Sullivan and his coaching staff are looking to remain atop the conference and advance further in the playoffs.  Last season, LMC clinched a back-to-back con...

LMC player signs fake National Letter of Intent to Texas Tech

Tre'vante Daniels posted this photo on his Instagram account to show what schools he said he had received offers from.

Jesus Cano, Staff Writer

May 13, 2020

Teammates of Los Medanos College defensive back Tre’vante Daniels were excited after he posted a video of himself signing a letter of intent to play football at Texas Tech University. “It was not surprising at all. He worked hard to get in the position where he is at now. He was grinding all th...

The new normal – Day 52

The new normal - Day 52

Krys Shahin, Editor-in-Chief / @Krysshah

May 7, 2020

Editor’s note: “The new normal” is a continuing series that looks into how members of the Los Medanos College community are coping with a shelter-in-place order amid the COVID-19 pandemic.  Los Medanos College students are still reeling at the news that their last few weeks of the spring seme...

Life without sports sucks

Life without sports sucks

Erick Amaya, Sports Editor

May 2, 2020

As Ray Bradbury once said, “Do what you love and love what you do.” Those words are something that I live by to this day. However, because of the rules and regulations put into order due to the Coronavirus, I’m unable to follow this saying.  While I continue to pursue a career in sport...

The new normal – Day 43

The new normal - Day 43

Daraja McDonald, Staff Writer

April 28, 2020

Editor’s note: “The new normal” is a continuing series that looks into how members of the Los Medanos College community are coping with a shelter-in-place order amid the COVID-19 pandemic.  Armon McRaven is a full time communications major at Los Medanos College taking a total of 18 uni...

CCCAA suspends season

CCCAA suspends season

Weston Hopkins, Staff Writer

March 19, 2020

Due to the ongoing threat of the Coronavirus, the California Community College Athletic Association has decided to indefinitely suspend all competition and practices for the spring semester, effective immediately. This decision was made March 12, and falls in line with ongoing policies related to the...

Strengthening a community

Jesus Cano, twitter.com/y2j_cano08

May 10, 2018

The career of an athletic trainer is to help athletes develop better fitness, strength, and injury prevention and in some cases a speedy recovery. For Joseph Hughes, there are also unwritten duties that come with the job. Hughes lives his dream every single time he gets out of bed early in the morning....

Stangs deny Laney a win

Hugo Calderon

April 26, 2018

Despite Laney’s hardest attempts to come back into the game, including a five run inning, Los Medanos managed to withstand the pressure coming out on top with a final score of 10-5. Riley Cleary’s two RBI single drew the first blood, hitting a ground ball and also scoring a run in the same inning....

Mustangs dominate Eagles

Forward Jayden Tolentino jumps up to secure the rebound in a decisive game as the Mustangs push toward the playoffs.

Jonathan Little, jlittle@lmcexperience.com

February 23, 2018

The Los Medanos College Mustangs defeated the Laney College Eagles 73-44 in their final season game at home Wednesday, Feb. 14. The Valentine’s Day game against Laney had playoff implications, and tensions were high throughout the match-up.      In the first quarter, the Stangs...

Cleary’s clear path to SFSU

Riley Cleary reers back to throw a pitch against Fresno City.

February 22, 2018

Los Medanos College slugger Riley Cleary has been one of the Mustangs’ key players during his tenure. And soon, San Francisco State University will be his new home after the spring semester. For the sophomore utility player, the grind never stopped, even when the resources weren’t there. Growing...

Mustangs finish third

Mustangs finish third

Carlos Ruiz, cruiz@lmcexperience.com

April 29, 2017

With the Los Medanos College softball season coming to an end, the sophomore Stangs were honored in a pregame ceremony conducted by an emotional head coach Tim Rognlien, summarizing each player's attributes and efforts this year. Sophomores Corina Salinas, Marie Rios and team captain Ryann Yelder, all...

Let them smoke?

Brendan Mendoza, Guest Columnist

December 2, 2016

Marijuana has been dated to be one of the oldest crops cultivated by humans. There is even Chinese medical reference that has been dated at 2700 BC as they used it for medical reasons. Possession of marijuana is legal in many countries such as Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Spain, Netherlands, North Korea,...

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