Sports

Men’s water polo moves on after double overtime loss

Although men’s water polo lost to LA valley in the western state conference championship final in overtime 15-14 on November 4, their season is far from over. Owl’s men’s water polo rolled through Cuesta College 14-9 in first conference championship game on Nov. 3. Team captain Jonathan Wong lead the Owl’s with six goals in…

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Lockett Breathes New Life Into Offense

There was a different air in Citrus stadium when the Owls took the field Saturday, October 28th in their 31-15 win over the Santa Barbara Vaqueros. They may have been 1-6 coming into the game, but it felt like the season had just started, and for good reason, Darreon Lockett was starting the game. Lockett,…

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Owls beat Antelope Valley to keep division lead

On Friday, October 27th, the Citrus College men’s Owls soccer team beat the Antelope Valley Marauders 2-0 at Citrus Stadium. Owl’s coach Fred Bruce-Oliver didn’t like that the Marauders had so much control in the Owl’s zone, so he decided to change his formation. “We went from a 4-4-2 formation to a 3-5-2,” Coach Fred…

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Young team finishing strong as championship approaches

With only seven sophomore returning players, women’s water polo has adjusted to a team full of young players. Sophomore two-meter guard Brooke Padilla said having so many young players can be difficult. “It’s challenging at times only because we have a different team mojo than last year,” Padilla said. “It’s starting over basically from scratch…