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Professional indoor soccer team sets up shop in Livermore

Martin Gallegos Staff Writer A new local indoor soccer team is giving aspiring young soccer players their chance to go pro. The Professional Arena Soccer League awarded the city of Livermore with an expansion team, Bay [...]

Men’s soccer to face Taft College in playoffs

Martin Gallegos Staff Writer The time for celebrating their playoff berth is over. The LPC men’s soccer team is hard at work preparing for their first round postseason match. The No. 12 ranked Hawks learned on [...]

Men and women soccer teams learn playoff opponents

Martin Gallegos Staff Writer Both LPC soccer squads can now begin to put together their game plan for their first round playoff opponents. The men learned that they will have to travel to Taft College to [...]

Espinoza carries Cross Country success into postseason

Martin Gallegos Staff writer It’s been a special season for Hawks cross-country runner Abraham Espinoza. His latest performance just added to his legacy. “We didn’t know if Abe could finish first,” Head Coach Steve Navarro said. [...]

Bay Area sports finally back to winning ways

Alex Romero Staff Writer The long awaited success from professional sports in the Bay Area has replaced a dark age of losing. Dark age would actually be an understatement. For the mid 2000s, there were no [...]

Freshman swimmer dominating competition

Alex Romero Staff writer This article represents revisions that were made to make the article as accurate as possible. Standout swimmer McKenna Stevulak has proved to be too much for the competition early on in the [...]

Returning Costello expects to get back to playoffs

Martin Gallegos Sports editor As he sits at his desk watching film of the team from last season, Las Positas College basketball head coach Tony Costello is already out to prove that this past season was [...]

Swim team conquering its opponents

Charlie Anne Urcia Staff writer   The Las Positas College swim team just keeps winning. The women’s division outperformed the competition in their dual meet against City College of San Francisco and Solano Community College with [...]

The World Baseball Classic is awesome and you’re missing it

Travis Danner Editor in chief Finally, baseball has it’s equivalent to the grand spectacle of the FIFA World Cup. Well, almost. After two mostly mediocre tries, the World Baseball Classic has finally gotten its act together. [...]

49ers fans on campus cope with Super Bowl heartbreaker

Martin Gallegos, Sports Editor There was no parade down Market Street in San Francisco. No images of Colin Kaepernick hoisting the Lombardi trophy. The 49ers lost the Super Bowl. Even though the 49ers were favored by [...]