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Track and Field season begins to heat up

Ali Benzerara, Sports Editor

March 16

Filed under Game Stories, Sports

The Bear Cubs men’s and women’s track and field teams wrapped up their fourth invitational meet of the season against Beaver College in Sacramento on March 4. Team members are attempting to hit qualifying times for the state championships and recreate the success of the 2015-16 season during which they placed 12th overall in the state and took home 13 medals, including ...

Nearly Swept: SRJC baseball wins final game in the Sac City Series

Nearly Swept: SRJC baseball wins final game in the Sac City Series

March 14

The Santa Rosa Junior College baseball team avoided a devastating three-game sweep by the Sacramento City College Panthers with a 4-1 away win Feb. 11....

Rocky day in Rocklin: Softball goes 0-2 in double header against league leader

Rocky day in Rocklin: Softball goes 0-2 in double header against league leader

March 14

It was a picturesque day for softball on March 11 in Rocklin, California, but Santa Rosa Junior College couldn’t capture a victory. The Bear Cubs...

Rugby bulldozes competition

Rugby bulldozes competition

March 14

Santa Rosa Junior College rugby head coach, Steve Wren, has once again led his squad to a near-perfect season despite the changing roster mirroring a revolving...

Swim and dive cleans up at Cuesta Invitational

Swim and dive cleans up at Cuesta Invitational

March 14

The men’s and women’s swim and dive teams took a two-day trip to the Cuesta Invitational in San Luis Obispo and it was more than worth their time. Santa...

Unfair: atrocities of tremendous proportions ruin Olympic pride

Frank Sumrall, Contributing Editor

March 14

Filed under Sports, Sports Opinion

Jessie Owens stomping on the Nazi regime en route to gold glory. Tommie Smith and John Carlos raising their fists in silence after claiming victory. The USA men’s hockey team defeating the USSR at their peak. Olympic rings representing the globe’s continents set ablaze in front of roaring audiences. This international event creates a competitive platform to unite the world an...

Boogie down to Bourbon Street

Boogie down to Bourbon Street

February 28

With the NBA All-Star break done and the playoff push in full swing, Demarcus Cousins and Anthony Davis look to dominate Bourbon Street. After the Sacramento...

Stand tall: hard work brings pleasant surprise

Stand tall: hard work brings pleasant surprise

February 28

He’s a first-year student athlete who holds down the paint for Santa Rosa Junior College. Erik Poulsen has a love for basketball and a razor-sharp focus...

Fun, success at Los Rios Invitational for SRJC swim teams

Fun, success at Los Rios Invitational for SRJC swim teams

February 28

  R.J. Williams whistled loudly, and with purpose. Everyone on the deck, and even the swimmers in the pool, could hear him. His team listened. “Go...

Haehl Pavilion floods with three’s as the Bear Cubs improve its Big 8 conference record to 9-2

Haehl Pavilion floods with three’s as the Bear Cubs improve its Big 8 conference record to 9-2

February 9

As raindrops fell outside, 3-pointers poured from the rafters inside Haehl Pavilion. Eight out of the 11 Bear Cubs splashed down a combined 51 points from...

Legendary: Craig McMillan’s legacy continues with the Bear Cubs

Legendary: Craig McMillan’s legacy continues with the Bear Cubs

February 7

Long lines of spectators crammed inside the small gym. News vans with reporters scattered throughout the high school parking lot. Sports commentators that ...

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