Long ball and solid pitching leads Cerritos over East LA

      View this post on Instagram A post shared by EastSideMedia.tv 📸🎥🎧📱💻 (@eastsidemediatv)   A first inning home run, coupled with three seventh inning insurance runs paced the Cerritos College softball team to a 6-2 South Coast Conference…

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Former Major League Pitcher Ricky Romero Hosts 2nd Annual Baseball Camp

  Just a kid from East Los Angeles that reached his dream of playing in the big leagues.  From Salazar Park to Cal State Fullerton to the Toronto Blue Jays. Dreams do come true! Former major league pitcher Ricky Romero,…

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“Last Chance U” hits the hardwood in East Los Angeles

  “Last Chance U” is heading from the football field to the hardcourt for “Last Chance U: Basketball,” a spinoff of Greg Whiteley’s excellent Netflix docuseries. The new series, chronicles the 2019-20 season of junior-college hoops in California, will launch…

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Missouri lands 18th commitment, as top JUCO prospect Daniel Robledo commits to Tigers

  Saturday Down South  by SDS Staff   The Missouri Tigers landed their 18th commitment for the class of 2021 Monday afternoon. Three-star JUCO defensive end Daniel Robledo committed to the Tigers over offers from Arizona, Boise State and Fresno…

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ELAC Huskies football wins thriller at Southwestern College (2005)

In 2005 the East Los Angeles College Huskies football team defeated Southwestern College 12-9  photos by Alfred Perez (East Side Media)          Click Here to View Full Photo Gallery on Facebook……      

Local junior college football coach Reuben Ale dies, remembered as tough and caring

        By DAMIAN CALHOUN | dcalhoun@scng.com | Daily Breeze PUBLISHED: April 21, 2020 at 3:35 p.m. | UPDATED: April 21, 2020 at 4:10 p.m. Longtime junior college football coach Reuben Ale died from an unspecified illness, Monday. Ale, 55, was a fixture at the…

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Huskies Nip Bulldogs, Advance to State Elite Eight in Lemoore

Featured post image by Mario Villegas @marviljr story by Cerwin D. Haynes “Three more,” yelled Joseph Hampton. As East Los Angeles College (29-1, 8-0) wrapped up their thrilling 68-65 comeback victory over Allan Hancock College (23-7, 9-3), the fiery forward reminded…

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East LA Edges Closer to Santiago Canyon in the Race for No. 2

    East LA Edges Closer to Santiago Canyon in the Race for No. 2   Three weeks remain in the 2019-20 season and every conference championship is still mathematically in play, although a few are realistically claimed. The Western…

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