For Mayte Razo, boxing has been a way to mold her body, mind and life. In search of a way to better her health and herself, Razo came to the Newhall Community Center more than two years ago when she discovered a love for boxing. After adopting a rigorous training program, the 20 year-old Newhall resident has turned herself into the 2009 Southern California District Golden Gloves winner in the girls' 125-pound novice weight division. ...
After a season of transition during head coach John Wissmath's first year at the helm of College of the Canyons softball, the Cougars know one thing is for certain with three games left in their Western State Conference season.
The College of the Canyons baseball team gave up eight home runs, four in the ninth inning, in a 20-3 loss to Southern California's top-ranked team, visiting Orange Coast College on Friday.
The Master's College that has seen its ups and downs this season, but as the Mustangs (25-12, 15-9) head into the final stretch of its Golden State Athletic Conference season, there are several reasons for The Master's to be confident that its stretch run will produce another playoff contender. After opening the GSAC season 11-2, the Mustangs hit tough times, losing seven of 11 and dropping to fourth place in their division.
The College of the Canyons baseball team found itself in a familiar situation Thursday. Down two runs after the first inning, the Cougars turned things around for the second straight game by beating Citrus College 10-3 at College of the Canyons. COC (15-10-1, 12-4) got six strong innings from freshman right-hander Trevor McDonald and found its stroke at the plate midway through the contest. "I just had to loosen up the arm," McDonald said. Scoring ...
Pete Goeman is far from the average college student, and it's not only his lofty batting average that sets him apart from the pack.
This season, University of California, Irvine junior infielder Casey Stevenson did something he had not done in years. In five seasons, he played for five different coaches - three a Saugus, one at the College of the Canyons and another at the UC Irvine.
The Master's College baseball team scored its eighth league win to maintain its spot atop the Golden State Athletic Conference in dramatic fashion Wednesday.
After quick starts from both postseason-bound local hockey teams, the weekend brought an end to both the College of the Canyons' and the Valencia Flyers' playoff runs. COC began with a 6-5 win over fourth seeded Albany Wednesday in the American Collegiate Hockey Association's Division III National Championship Tournament in Rochester, N.Y., but followed up its opening-round victory with three consecutive losses, including lopsided defeats to Grand Valley State and Pacific Collegiate Hockey Association foe ...
The Master's College experienced an up-and-down season in 2008-09. That often happens when the roster is limited and full of youngsters. Despite having just nine players, six of which were underclassmen, the Mustangs finished the season 16-14 with an 11-9 mark in the Golden State Athletic Conference. "I think we had to rely on some key kids to score for us," said Mustangs head coach Dan Waldeck, "and when that didn't happen, we struggled to ...
On Jan. 6, The Master's College's men's basketball team knocked off NAIA powerhouse Concordia in Irvine in a thrilling 91-86 overtime victory.
Battling perfection is never an easy task, and College of the Canyons had that lesson reinforced Saturday.
Pitching has been the backbone of The Master's College's baseball season, and the Mustangs turned in another solid performance on the hill Thursday to pick up a win against Westmont, 4-2 at home.
College of the Canyons dropped into the consolation bracket at the American Collegiate Hockey Association Division-III National Championships with a 7-2 loss to Grand Valley State Thursday in Rochester, N.Y.
Unbeknownst to many outside of the Southern California hockey scene, College of the Canyons has put together a consistently successful hockey team in only nine years of existence.
Even after scoring 12 runs, the fate of The Master's College lay in the hands of a freshman pitcher.