MOORPARK - Following last week's loss to Allan Hancock College, College of the Canyons head football coach Garett Tujague said the Cougars were still searching for the missing element that would make them a complete team.
College of the Canyons football can't afford another loss.
Going back to his Pop Warner days, College of the Canyons cornerback Arron Fisher was never the tallest player on the field.
This was the College of the Canyons football team people were expecting.
It's evident that Josh Gibbs looks back on his high school football experience with a little bit of regret.
But he moved on, got better and now the College of the Canyons safety will be playing in a conference many consider to be the class of college football.
Last year, then-junior Jeff Jackson set a new standard for distance running at The Master's College.
It was the perfect ending to a great game for College of the Canyons' defense.
They might have been the most exciting community college football games in the state the last two seasons.
One week ago, College of the Canyons football was stunned by Santa Barbara City College, a team everyone expected it to beat.
One week later, the only thing more stunning was how convincingly the team had moved on.
In the cramped office of College of the Canyons head football coach Garett Tujague hangs a white board.
On Monday, it was also cramped.
One year ago, The Master's College produced one of the best women's soccer teams in the National Christian College Athletic Association.
The ultimate goal for College of the Canyons' six athletic teams competing this fall - not including football - is a Western State Conference championship.
SANTA BARBARA - A tale of two halves left College of the Canyons football out of time and upset in a 17-14 loss Saturday at Santa Barbara City College.
The unranked Vaqueros (1-1) were no doubt underdogs in the contest against the Cougars (1-1), which came into the matchup ranked No. 5 in the state by the California Community College Football Coaches Association.
The College of the Canyons football team took its first step toward a return to the Southern California championship on Saturday, with a 27-17 win over Antelope Valley College at Cougar Stadium.
College of the Canyons head football coach Garett Tujague had a lot to think about as he walked off the Cougar Stadium field Dec. 6.
Valencia High graduate Madison Shipman may have already begun her professional softball career with the USSSA Pride, but that hasn't stopped others from continuing to award her collegiate excellence.
Valencia graduate Alison Lee helped the United States claim the Curtis Cup victory Sunday, beating Great Britain and Ireland at St. Louis Country Club.