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Mounties take home-and-home series from Owls

With only 15 games left in the regular season, Citrus College baseball is still looking for consistency. “They have to be able to come out on a daily basis,” Citrus head coach Steve Gomez said. “They have to work at their skills and go out there.” Citrus dropped their home-and-home series against Mt. San Antonio…

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Owls trounced by Pasadena City Lancers

  Lancer RF Anthony Rabito celebrates after crushing a 2-run home run in the second inning. PCC beat Citrus 15-5 on March 1.. (Stephen Im/Clarion) (Megan Bender/Clarion)   Two crooked numbers in the first and second inning proved to be too much for the Owls to make a recovery. The Pasadena City College Lancers beat…

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Owls Baseball wins in walk off style

Cold off the bench, two outs and facing an 0-2 count by way of back to back knee-buckling curve balls, pinch-hitter Dominic Baca had the odds stacked against him to drive in the winning run, just 90-feet away, in the bottom of the ninth. But it was a fastball that caught a lot of the…

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Clutch hitting Owls claim home opener

The Citrus College Owls Baseball team (2-1) beat the Rio Hondo College Roadrunners (0-3) 7-6. The back and forth game that had four different lead changes, was won in the eighth inning when Owls Sophomore 2B Rudy Casarez III drove in the game-winning RBI. SP Kyle Dohy took the bump for the Owls for his…

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Returning coach shoots for success

A former assistant coach at Citrus College has returned to take over as the head coach of the men’s basketball team. Patrick Johnson served as an assistant coach for the Owls from 2010-2012, working closely with his predecessor, Chris Victor. Johnson is now the 11th head basketball coach in 64 years in the history of…

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Baseball builds off of experience on the mound

With conference play starting yesterday, head coach Steve Gomez and his Owls are hoping to stay on the steady climb that they started last season. In 2013, the Owls ended the season with a 14-21, 8-16 record.  2014 saw improvements in both overall and conference record with the Owls going 20-16, 13-8. Heading into conference…

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Owls end three-game skid

The Owls played host to Pasadena City College and behind a dominate pitching performance Citrus came out with a 7-1 victory. (Mercedes DeGuchy/Clarion) The Citrus College Owls (6-6-1) pitching staff came into today’s game against Pasadena City College (3-8) giving up 12 runs during their current three-game losing streak. Today they gave up a total…

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Coop’s Corner: Do the Dodgers even exist?

By Dillon Cooper | Sports Editor If a baseball team plays, but no one sees it, do they even exist? This season, the Los Angeles Dodgers have been televised to roughly only one-thirds of those who live in Los Angeles County. This has been due to a long-time dispute between Time Warner Cable and DirecTV. This…