Lady Olympians miss playoffs

Kenny Kinder

February 23, 2009

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Led by second year Coach Michael Hootner the Mesa College Women's Basketball team prepared for a season of development and building blocks. Managed by a roster containing only three returning players, the Lady Olympians were...

Forever tarnished

Alex Renteria

February 23, 2009

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Performance enhancing drugs have plagued the game of baseball for more than a decade now and they will continue to do so for years to come. Baseball will never be the same. Its legitimacy is wearing thin. The players who let...

Men’s basketball looking to rebound

Ryan Vicente

February 23, 2009

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Men's basketball is finishing up their 2008-09 season without a playoff spot for the second consecutive year. But the young group has a 'never say die' attitude and believes that they are just a big man or two away from success. The...

San Diego’s motorcycle craze is in high gear

Vanessa Sanchez

February 9, 2009

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The love for high-speed thrills, powerful mechanics and the ultimate adrenaline rush has caused the San Diego motorcycle craze to develop into an organized community of different clubs. Each club has their own set of rules, requirements,...

Mesa baseball building on team chemistry

Alex Renteria

February 9, 2009

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Last season ended in disappointment, but Coach Kevin Hazlett is optimistic about the chemistry brewing and foresees success in the future of the Mesa men's baseball team Coach Hazlett, who has been coaching baseball at Mesa College...

Women’s Volleyball Second in PCC

Kenny Kinder

December 14, 2008

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For a program coming into the season riding an undefeated conference streak of four years, two state tournament appearances and four Coach of the Year awards, expectations were sky high for the women's volleyball team. The Lady...

Mesa assistant coach dies at home

Kenny Kinder

December 14, 2008

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Mesa football Assistant Coach Sam Coe Jr. died on Nov. 28 while at home. Coe was battling a brain tumor and several strokes. He was 59. Coe was born on April 13, 1949 in Tulsa, Oklahoma to Doris and Sam Coe Sr. Coe and family...

Fall sports recap

December 14, 2008

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Mens Cross Country - Final Ranking: State runner-up Top Performers: Muluken Beressa, Marcos Corona, Barrett Tilley, Mike Denman, Bernardo Bahena, Mike Gonia and Conner Betancourt Awards: Pacific Coast Conference Champions,...

Swim and Dive season fast approaching

Megan Looney

December 14, 2008

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The swim and dive teams here at Mesa are looking for students who are anxious to jump in the water next season. You need to get physical by Jan. 15, and students can receive one here for free on Jan. 13 in the training room. Student...

Olympians victorious after second half rally

Kenny Kinder

November 5, 2008

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A high scoring showdown between Mesa College and LA Harbor College resulted in a Mesa victory, however between the two teams a total of 58 points and 790 total yards were allowed. This season the Mesa defense allows 31 points...

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