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Duboski follows in the footsteps of past generations

Duboski follows in the footsteps of past generations

October 19, 2011

When Brian Duboski took over the quarterback position for Brian Burrell in Bakersfield College’s Sept. 17 game at Antelope Valley College, he wasn’t...

Renegades couldn’t climb Mt. SAC

Renegades couldn’t climb Mt. SAC

October 5, 2011

Bakersfield College, again, added a digit in the loss column courtesy of Mount San Antonio College. The Renegades lost 41-27 against Mt. SAC on Oct....

BC wrestling suffers a devastating loss of players for the season

Esteban Ramirez, Reporter

October 5, 2011

Filed under Sports

With 16 of their wrestlers not able to compete, Bakersfield College’s wrestling team went into the Duals Tournament with a lack of depth and experience. The Duals Tournament was supposed to last two days from Sept. 23-24, but the matches on Sept. 23 were canceled because teams were not able to stay overnight at Bakersfield. “Certain schools had physical impact, by...

COLUMN: It’s hard to decide what matters

Zak S. Cowan, Editor in Chief

October 5, 2011

Filed under Sports

With so much happening in the world of sports through the past few weeks, at Bakersfield College and beyond, I couldn’t keep focused on one topic. I’m probably going to jump around from topic to topic, but you’ll get over it. Cheer team Hats off to the cheer team for making me look like a moron by lighting up the Sept.  24 home football game against Citrus College. ...

BC soccer’s fast start didn’t take them far enough

BC soccer’s fast start didn’t take them far enough

October 5, 2011

After a fast start, the Bakersfield College women’s soccer team lost two games and tied one over the past few weeks. The Renegades are 4-2-2 overall. On...

Volleyball stays on the victorious path

Meisha McMurray, Reporter

October 5, 2011

Filed under Sports

The Bakersfield College volleyball team hosted Santa Barbara Community College on Sept. 28 and took the win with scores of 25-16, 25-20 and 25-16. That puts the Renegades’ record at 6-4. “I thought it was amazing,” said BC freshman blocker Brittany Smith. “We played well as a team together during the whole game.” To start the match was Ashley Simpson, Rachel...

BC takes 5k run

BC takes 5k run

October 5, 2011

With 103 degrees bearing down on her and the rest of the field, Bakersfield College runner Blanca Perez came in first at the Bakersfield College Cross...

Mounties top BC again 41-27

Zak S. Cowan, Editor in Chief

October 2, 2011

Filed under Sports

Two-time defending state champion Mount San Antonio College defeated Bakersfield College 41-27; this is the fourth time in three years the Renegades have fallen at the hands of the Mounties. The game went back and forth between the two teams, until the fourth quarter, when the Mounties took over, scoring the quarter’s only 14 points. Mt. Sac converted 12-of-18 third...

The Renegade Rip Podcast 9-21-11

Staff

September 21, 2011

Filed under Audio

This is the Renegade Rip Podcast for September 21.  It always starts with a news brief. In today's episode we share Top five lists of music and sports. Martin Chang and Tyler Mcginty share their favorite opening track to albums at 1:13. Zak S. Cowan shares what he believes to the five most exciting sports. at 9:10 We also discuss general sports news at 11:54,

Renegades win 28-0, lose Burrell to injury

Renegades win 28-0, lose Burrell to injury

September 21, 2011

Just five days after losing 31-17 to the Saddleback College Gauchos, Bakersfield College defeated Antelope Valley College 28-0 Sept. 17. The team is...

Top league player gives boost to women’s golf

Esteban Ramirez, Reporter

September 21, 2011

Filed under Sports

At the beginning of the season for the Bakersfield College women’s golf team, there has been good play and a record-breaking performance. They’ve gotten off to a good start with a 2-2 record, and the number one player in the league, Malea Miller, has given them the boost they’ve needed, according to head coach Bob Paillet. “We’ve done well to start, although...

COLUMN: Let’s find something to improve

Zak S. Cowan, Editor in Chief

September 21, 2011

Filed under Sports

As I was trying to make a list of some actions Ryan G. Beckwith, Bakersfield College’s new athletic director, could take to make the athletic department at BC even better, I found it difficult to find anything that really needed to be improved. Our facilities, like the football stadium and baseball/softball fields are magnificent, and our coaches do a great job utilizing...

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