Articles by Edward Ramirez

Edward Ramirez is a Journalism major at Citrus College. He is currently a staff writer on the Citrus College Clarion.


Twins bring camaraderie to men’s soccer

Joel and Noel Rosales live and breathe the game of soccer and nothing has separated the twin brothers since a one minute difference at birth. “We have played soccer since we were six years old,” Noel said. “We have played together for 13 years, always on the same team and never against each other.” Joel…

Women’s golf finishes 4th at home

Citrus Women’s Golf were at home against Western State Conference on Wednesday at San Dimas Canyon Golf Course. Entering the round, Citrus were 3rd place in the conference. Santa Barbara City College, Bakersfield, Antelope Valley, Glendale, Moorpark and Canyons faced off against the Owls. Leading the Owls were freshman golfers Shizuka Okochi and Kathryn Hung….

Paredez Takes Charge

Terry Paredez, longtime assistant coach of the Citrus softball team, has taken the reins and has become head coach of the Lady Owls. Paredez has been a part of the Citrus softball team for the last 12 years as the assistant coach under Jackie Boxley. At the conclusion of the 2017 season, Boxley accepted a…

Preview – The Laramie Project: Production Strives to End Hate

It was a cold October night in Laramie, Wyoming. Matthew Shepard was having a drink at the Fireside Lounge in Laramie after a meeting with a LGBT group he was involved with on the University of Wyoming campus. Little did Shepard know he was going to become a part of an event that would spark…


Japan to California, all for the love of baseball

Baseball has been America’s pastime since Abner Doubleday invented it in Cooperstown, New York, during the summer of 1839. Since then, many people from other countries who play the sport have wanted to experience it in the United States. There are 5,491 miles that separate Tokyo and Citrus College, it may have seemed like a…


Owls complete sweep of Barstow

In the final home game of the season, the Citrus College Owls (21-17-2, 11-8-1) faced off against the Barstow Kings (11-26, 5-15) on April 28.  The Owls defeated the Kings 12-3, with a solid outing by Owls pitcher Roberto Baldanebro. Baldanebro threw a complete game, giving up one earned run on eight hits, one walk…