Comet’s water polo’s historic season
Dec12

Comet’s water polo’s historic season

The Comets women’s and men’s water polo team both finished the 2016 season in style: winning the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference (PCAC) Women’s water polo began the season with a new head coach and ex-Comet water polo player: Jackie Puccino. While the men’s water polo team bounced back from the 2015 season where they lost the PCAC championship by winning it in 2016.   The men’s team finished the season 19-8, benefiting from their...

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‘Winds of Change’ revives the past in Brubeck Theatre
Oct30

‘Winds of Change’ revives the past in Brubeck Theatre

Palomar’s first symphony orchestra concert of the season, “Winds of Change,” brought mixed emotions to this music buff. Before the show began there was a brief 45 minute conservation in the lobby of the Howard Brubeck Theatre that discussed the different instruments the symphony orchestra would be playing. Once underway, the symphony orchestra opened with “America the Beautiful,” which was played with percussion, woodwinds, brass, a...

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Palomar football pulls out win in dramatic fashion
Sep19

Palomar football pulls out win in dramatic fashion

Palomar’s football team has put one up on the win column. Palomar started the game off great, scoring 14 in the first quarter while finishing off the first half ahead of the Santa Monica Corsairs, 21-14. Then the Comets scored a touchdown in the third and fourth quarter, but gave up two touchdowns and two point conversions on each of those touchdowns, to end the game with a final score of 35-30, Palomar. Comets Head Coach Joe Early...

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Palomar Soccer wins game in second half comeback
Sep19

Palomar Soccer wins game in second half comeback

Palomar men’s soccer came through in the clutch against the El Camino College Compton Center Tartars after a slow 0-2-2 start. Palomar won the game 3-2, scoring a goal in the beginning, middle and end of the second half, which made up for a slow first half where the Comets did not score a single goal. Palomar’s sophomore forward Argie Cerde, scored the game-winning goal in the last two minutes of the game. “It felt amazing,” said...

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Football scrimmage sets the stage for a promising season
Sep02

Football scrimmage sets the stage for a promising season

Football season is finally upon us. Palomar went head-to-head against the Riverside Tigers in a one 20 minute quarter scrimmage followed by Palomar and Riverside’s second and third string offenses and defenses using the two halves of the field to run plays against each other to test each player’s strengths and weaknesses before opening day. Palomar head coach Joe Early was relieved that all of his athletes came out of the scrimmage...

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