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New week, same result for Owls

The Citrus College Owls’ offense week in and week out continues to find ways to lose in spite of a historically good defense. In the past two weeks, the Owls’ defense has managed to score as many touchdowns as the offense has, at one apiece. The offense has not gotten much production this season, outside…

Volleyball is ready to start conference play

The Citrus College volleyball team finished their non-conference schedule on Oct. 6 with a 13-9 record. The Owls lost to Santa Barbara 3-1 in the Western State Conference Crossover Tournament. Sophomore outside hitter Leah Price earned honors for Western State Conference Female Athlete of the Week on Oct. 4. Price has racked up 280 kills,…

Men’s water polo continues to dominate

After ending their 15-game winning streak on Sept. 29, the Citrus College men’s water polo team has stacked up significant numbers with 403 goals, averaging 13.9 points per game, 55 blocks and 283 steals. Sophomore utility player Jonathan Wong, who earned honors for Western State Conference Male Athlete of the Week on Sept. 26, has…

Cross country gets the home field advantage

For the first time in over a decade, the Citrus College cross country team hosted the Western State Conference Preview on Sept. 29 at Bonelli Park in San Dimas. The cross country team was surprised when they discovered they would be hosting the WSC Preview, but Citrus head coach Alicia Longyear said they were up…

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….

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Improved offense readies for conference play

The Citrus College men’s soccer team begins conference play this week after starting the season off 2-4-3 outside of the conference. Though the Owls have only won two of its contests and had to settle for three ties, the offense has shown improvement in the early-going of the season. Citrus has scored 17 goals through…

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…