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Clarion staff earns 14 awards at regional conference

The Clarion staff took home 14 awards from the annual fall conference of the Journalism Association of Community Colleges Southern California Regional. The competition was held at Fullerton College on Nov. 14. JACC, which was founded in 1955, brings professional writers and reporters, photographers and videographers, editors and publishers together to meet with community college…

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Clarion editor elected to journalism state board

Clarion editor in chief Evan Solano (right) and Joseph Daniels, NorCal JACC student president (left) during the awards ceremony at the JACC State Convention in Sacramento, Calif. on April 11. (Dillon Cooper/Clarion) The editor in chief of the Citrus College Clarion has been elected president of the Journalism Association of Community Colleges southern region for…

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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…

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Owls place second at home meet

Members of the Citrus College swim team support each other throughout each meet. The Owls went 3-1 on the day which was good enough for second place. (Dillon Cooper/Clarion) Citrus College played host to four other community colleges in the second Western State Conference meet of the season. The team defeated three of the four…

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Eagles swat Owls out of playoffs in 87-69 loss

For the second year in a row, Citrus was knocked out of the California Community College Athletic Association men’s Southern California playoffs by Mt. San Jacinto. It was Citrus’ ninth straight playoff appearance. Led by state leading scorer Samuel Williams, who is averaging 25.8 ppg, the Eagles (23-7) were able to pull away from Citrus…

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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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Men’s soccer starts season in a slump

Captain and goalie, Cesar Valverde, #1, launches the ball downfield after a save against San Diego Mesa on Sept. 1, 2014. The Owls would draw 1-1 after a late equalizing goal from forward Austin Amato. (Dillon Cooper/Clarion) By Dillon Cooper | Sports Editor The Citrus Owls haven’t had the best of starts to the fall 2014…