Drummers keep up the beat

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Daniel Ojeda, Sports Editor
October 8, 2014

  If you’ve been to a Bakersfield College home football game, there’s no doubt you’ve heard them. If you’ve been on campus Thursday afternoons, you’ve probably heard them as well. Heard what you say? The fantastic sound of BC’s very own drumline. The drumline is entirely composed of... Read more »

Victoria Pyle piling in the goals for BC

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Mohamed Bafakih, Reporter
October 8, 2014

It’s unusual for an incoming freshman athlete at any level to come in to a new system, at a new school, under a new coaching staff, and immediately put a mark on the field instantly – all while being on a nine-game road-trip to kickoff the collegiate season. Victoria Pyle, Ridgeview High School’s... Read more »

Womens soccer looks to stay hot

Mohamed Bafakih, Reporter
October 8, 2014

Finishing out the last two games of a nine-game road trip, the Bakersfield College women’s soccer team scored just one goal in each of those two games, winning one and tying in the other. Eeking out a 1-0 victory against Glendale College, forward Danielle Vargas scored the first and only goal of the... Read more »

Football team trying to find winning ways

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Daniel Ojeda, Sports Editor
October 8, 2014

A football season that began full of optimism and hope has slowly turned into a nightmare for the Renegades. Bakersfield College lost a nail biter against College of the Canyons at Memorial Stadium on Oct. 4. The loss came a week after the Renegades blew an early lead in a loss to Hancock College on... Read more »

Cross country does well at home meet

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Monique Hansen-Garcia, Reporter
October 8, 2014

The Bakersfield College men’s and women’s cross country teams placed first at the Bakersfield Invitational held at the Kern Soccer Field on Sept. 26. On a mild weather and slightly breezy day, the Bakersfield College runners brought home the top four individual places in each race. Four schools total... Read more »

Soccer club drops match

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Elias C. Ahumada, Opinions Editor
October 8, 2014

The Bakersfield College men’s soccer club played their first game of the season against Loyola Marymount University soccer club. The game was played at the BC soccer fields and was scheduled to be played at 1 p.m., however, the game began earlier because the referees were unable to start at 1 p.m. Instead,... Read more »

Wrestling team picks up a couple of wins but having trouble making weight class

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Mohamed Bafakih, Reporter
October 8, 2014

Along with the battles on the mats, the Bakersfield College wrestling team is facing its own battles with making weight classes and staying healthy. At the annual Bakersfield Duals, BC managed to key in on some valuable individual points but failed to do so as a whole unit, dropping all three team matches. However,... Read more »

Volleyball team off to slow start

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Isiah Bryson, Reporter
October 8, 2014

The Bakersfield College volleyball team is off to a slow start this season, dropping their last two matches at home. The first loss came on Oct. 1 against Santa Barbara College (9-4) in four sets. The Renegades (4-9) were offensively led by Courtney Grantz with 13 kills. Tyler Herring and Stephanie Lugo... Read more »

Alumni dinner held for athletes

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Isiah Bryson, Reporter
September 24, 2014

The fall season is coming upon us and that means it’s time for Bakersfield College’s annual alumni barbecue. This year marks the 60th year hosted by the Alumni Association. Alumni from all around the valley traveled to Bakersfield to honor the 60th barbecue dinner. This year’s event was held at... Read more »

BC wrestlers trying to find winning way

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Mohamed Bafakih, Reporter
September 24, 2014

  With an extra week to prepare for West Hills College due to the cancellation of the Sept. 12 dual between the Renegades and the Rams of Victor Valley, the Bakersfield College wrestling team had their eyes set on making a statement to open up their season here at home. Unfortunately because of... Read more »

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