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Bear Cubs Lose 2-0 Against Folsom Lake

Bear Cubs Lose 2-0 Against Folsom Lake

Kayla Beaton, Sports Staff Writer

September 24, 2019

The Bear Cubs women’s soccer team lost 2-0 in a tight game against Folsom Lake on Friday, Sept. 23 at Santa Rosa Junior College.  The team struggled both on offense and defense; the defense allowed 14 shots on goal in the first half. The offense only had one shot on goal. Going into halftime the s...

Bear Cubs out jousted by the Knights

Bear Cubs out jousted by the Knights

Joseph Barkoff, special

September 23, 2019

Santa Rosa Junior College hosted Shasta College at Santa Rosa High School's football field for the game three of the 2019 this past Saturday, Sept. 21. Bear Cubs scored first on a 1-yard run by Will Heckman  after five minutes of game-time, but Shasta would tie it back up with a 48-yard punt return...

Bear Cubs look forward to big weekend

Bear Cubs look forward to big weekend

Ian McGregor, Sports Editor

September 19, 2019

It’s a big week for Santa Rosa Junior College sports. The fall season is heating up, and momentum is starting to become a factor.  The women’s volleyball team has a huge week. They play in the Hartnell Classic tournament at 1 p.m. Sept. 18 on the road against Hartnell College.  Their second g...

Bear Cubs emerge victorious after a tight game against Clovis

Bear Cubs emerge victorious after a tight game against Clovis

Marilyn Santos, Co-Sports Editor

September 12, 2019

The Santa Rosa Junior College women’s soccer team faced Clovis Community College on Tuesday in Santa Rosa and emerged with a 2-1 victory.  During the first half of the game, two Clovis players were injured and the Bear Cubs’s midfielder Ryan Hernandez received a yellow card within the first 19 m...

Bear Cubs lose home opener despite Heckman’s two touchdowns

Bear Cubs lose home opener despite Heckman’s two touchdowns

James Domizio, Sports Writer

September 9, 2019

Santa Rosa Junior College’s backup quarterback came in late to score two touchdowns in the Bear Cubs’ 35-17 loss to Fresno City College Saturday afternoon at Santa Rosa High School.  The Bear Cubs subbed Will Heckman after starting quarterback Jhalen Grayer left the game with an injury. Offen...

Bear Cubs football 2019 season opener vs. Fresno City College

Bear Cubs football 2019 season opener vs. Fresno City College

Joseph Barkoff

September 9, 2019

Santa Rosa Bear Cubs football hosted Fresno City College Saturday, Sept. 7 at Santa Rosa High School for the 2019 season opener.  SRJC was down 21-3 at the half. WIth less than one minute remaining in the game, SRJC backup quarterback Will Heckman, playing for injured Jhalen Grayer, dove into the...

Bear Cubs dominate against Contra Costa

Bear Cubs dominate against Contra Costa

Kayla Beaton, Staff Writer

September 5, 2019

The SRJC Bear Cubs Men’s soccer team kicked off their season with a dominant 12-0 win against Contra Costa Wednesday afternoon.  The Bear Cubs jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the first minute. Head Coach Marty Kinahan said he was most pleased with the “fast start they had and how aggressive th...

Bear Cubs Kick Off Fall Sports Season

Bear Cubs Kick Off Fall Sports Season

Ian MacGregor, Co-Sports Editor

August 28, 2019

Santa Rosa Junior College fall sports are here, and soccer is leading the way.  The Bear Cubs men’s soccer start team starts its season at 11 a.m. Aug. 29 at Dominican College. Coming off a 10-8-1 season and a first round exit from NorCal playoffs, the Bear Cubs are looking to improve even furthe...

Go! Fight! Win! With Dori Elder

Go! Fight! Win! With Dori Elder

Jose Gonzalez, Multimedia Editor

May 15, 2019

Trust, stability and high expectations: Dori Elder plans to bring all three to the Santa Rosa Junior College cheerleading team. Elder is the new Bear Cubs cheer coach. She has 19 years’ coaching experience, from Pop Warner to high school teams around Sonoma County, including Analy and Casa Grande...

Soaring to new heights

Soaring to new heights

Jackson Etienne, Staff Writer

May 14, 2019

If you raise the bar, Santa Rosa Junior College freshman Waisea Jikoiono will jump over it. The 6-foot-1 athlete is shattering the mold of your typical first-year high jumper by setting this season’s highest mark in his very first collegiate meet. Jikoiono is driven by his faith, his love for the sport an...

Excellent pitching not enough to save Bear Cubs’ season

Excellent pitching not enough to save Bear Cubs’ season

Grayson Edgemon, Assistant Sports Editor

May 12, 2019

The Santa Rosa Junior College baseball team concluded its season with a 2-1 loss in extra innings on the back of a five-hit game against Los Medanos College in the second-round playoffs matchup Friday at Cook Sypher Field. For game two of the series the Bear Cubs were slotted as the away side and...

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