HBO drops the mic with “Catch the Throne Volume 2″
May11

HBO drops the mic with “Catch the Throne Volume 2″

To prepare fans for a new season of action and drama, HBO commissioned some of modern music’s best and upcoming superstars for “Catch the Throne: The Mixtape, Vol. 2″, a sequel to “Catch the Throne Vol. 1,” which was released in 2014. The soundtrack, if you haven’t guessed by now, are all related to HBO’s hit drama, “Game of Thrones.” With the fifth season premiering on April 12,...

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Track and Field
May11

Track and Field

Coach Jennifer Williams and her Comets’ track and field team enjoyed moderate success this season, finishing fourth in the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference. Led by cross-country standouts Jessica Betancourt and Jessie Steinhoff, the team got a few first-place finishes during this season; none more impressive, however, than the performance turned in by freshman De’ondra Young at the PCAC Championships. At the championship meet, Young...

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Men’s and womens tennis endure a rough season
May11

Men’s and womens tennis endure a rough season

Palomar tennis had particularly trying seasons, as tough competition and a lack of players led to losing seasons for both the men’s and women’s teams. Ronnie Mancao, the team’s longtime head coach, dealt with a big loss of players in women’s tennis; not only losing PCAC Player of the Year and Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) All-American Remy Littrell, but only having one returning member from last season, Teresa DeAnda....

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Men’s VB finished strong
May11

Men’s VB finished strong

With both the 2013 and 2014 California Community College Athletic Association champs on their schedule, one could forgive the Palomar men’s volleyball team for wanting to cave in and bomb the season. But if there was one word that defined this year’s squad; it was determination. Guided by longtime coach Bjorn Dahl and sophomore team captain Kyle Bass, the Comets finished the season 8-9, with a 5-8 record in the Pacific Coast Athletic...

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Softball pair turns game into valuable life lesson
May11

Softball pair turns game into valuable life lesson

It’s not often that a school has two players so dominant, that by the time the opposing team steps on the field, they know they’ve already lost. When shortstop Kali Pugh and pitcher Summer Evans take the field at the same time, the end result has been more or less the same: complete and total dominance. Going into the conference playoffs, the Comets have a 33-3-1 record, and are ranked as the No. 1 team in Southern California (No. 2...

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