New future, new coach
Sep11

New future, new coach

  Palomar College’s newest coach is looking to put Comet’s cross country on the map.   Sonia Rodriguez is the new women’s cross country coach. A North County local, she brings years of experience competing in races and a history of developing top runners as a coach at the high school level. Growing up in Oceanside and Vista, Rodriguez looked on as her older cousin and brother ran track in high school, eventually being...

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Football is back, baby
Sep10

Football is back, baby

“Some people think football is a matter of life and death. I assure you, it’s much more serious than that,” Bill Shankly. Bill Shankly might have played an entirely different type of football in another country, but the Irish soccer legend’s words ring true in my ears after witnessing the opening game of Palomar’s football season.   One of the most memorable moments of the game was during a kick off, when a fan...

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Video: Men’s volleyball team of 2017 grows
Jun05

Video: Men’s volleyball team of 2017 grows

The Men’s volleyball team grew together during the Spring 2017 season at Palomar College. by Josh Cortez, Jeremy Brown, and Kyle Fillat

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Video:  Palomar women’s track and field wins
Jun01

Video: Palomar women’s track and field wins

A collection of photos of the Palomar College women’s track and field team competing at the 2017 Pacific Coast Athletic Conference. Photos courtesy of Gabriel Santana/goSantana Photography Video produced by Marcy Cortes and Kellcy Kocinski/The...

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The Comets’ secret weapon
May25

The Comets’ secret weapon

Palomar’s Comets Softball team has a secret weapon, 20 year old right-field player Tiare Paopao. The Comets have just came back from their weekend at the Super Regionals where they made runner up, just missing the mark to enter the state tournament. Tiare Paopao was an essential part of the team, and someone all the players love to be around. “She’s a really good hitter, and was one of the top players that got home-runs....

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Comets golfer qualifies for state finals
May25

Comets golfer qualifies for state finals

The Palomar men’s golf season may have ended, but for 22-year-old Mitch Cannon it was only the beginning of a new start. Cannon was the only individual Comet golfer to advance to a statewide golf tournament hosted by the California Community College Athletic Association on May 8. Cannon was accompanied by teammates Tyler Cress and Jaime Sanz at the Southern California Regional Finals at El Camino Country Club in Oceanside. Cannon was...

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