Citrus softball falls to Glendale, 4-1

The Citrus College softball team was hoping to carry the momentum they built in their sweep against Antelope Valley, as they continued their home stand. But despite coming into the game having lost eight of their last nine, Glendale had other ideas. Glendale College defeated Citrus College 4-1 on the road Thursday evening, giving the…


Owls and Moore take two from Antelope Valley College

Owls pitcher Makaele Moore in her pitching delivery during her second consecutive start in the same day. The Owls won both games vs. the Antelope Valley College Marauders on March 22, 2016. (Stephen Im/Clarion) Owls pitcher Makaele Moore walked away from the Owls nest adding two wins to her win-loss record after back to back…


Softball 2015 season review

Owls started the 2015 season slow but later made their way to the top. During the 2014 season, Owls achieved first place in the Western State Conference Blue Division for the first time in seven years. The season ended during the first Regional game against Mt. San Anatonio Mounties, resulting in a 4-3 final score….


Owls softball qualify for super regionals

The Citrus Softball team began their regional playoffs tournament with a victory over San Bernardino Valley College, 5-4 on Saturday, May 2. As 2015 champions of the Western State Conference Blue Division , this was the ninth playoff appearance for the Owls in the last 10 season, entering this year at the highest seed in…


Big things come in small packages

Kalei Guillermo, #12, approaches the plate against Los Angeles Valley College on March 25, 2015. Guillermo went 3-5 in the doubleheader against LA Valley as the Owls won both games. (Dillon Cooper/Clarion) The Citrus College softball team lost a big bat this season when veteran first baseman Sara Moore moved on after playing her two…

Defense struggles as bats fall silent

By Cameron Wisdom | Staff Writer Sara Moore stared down the first pitch of the game for a called first strike, she crushed the next pitch over the centerfield wall for a leadoff home-run. Shortly thereafter, Arianna Sanchez belted a two run homer over the leftfield wall to give Citrus College a 3-0 lead over Mt….


Mounties sweep Owls in regionals

Mt. SAC pitcher Sabrina Garcia embraces catcher Yumiko Hiroto after game two of the two-game series with Citrus College in the California Community College Athletic Association Regionals. Garcia threw 12 innings, surrendering 11 hits, six earned runs and struck out 11 batters over the series. By Dillon Cooper | Managing Editor The Owls softball team traveled…