Palomar crushes their way to 7-2 victory
Apr11

Palomar crushes their way to 7-2 victory

Comets baseball continued Pacific Coast Athletic Conference on Thursday, taking on San Diego City College at home for Game Two of a three-game series. Following a walkoff loss in Game One, the Comets looked to bounce back and even up the series, starting right-hander Braden Olthoff. Olthoff, the team leader in strikeouts, got two quick outs to begin the game but quickly found himself in trouble following a four-pitch walk and a scary...

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Espn commits costley error
Apr05

Espn commits costley error

A lifelong baseball fan died after succumbing to a head injury caused by a foul ball during a game at Dodger Stadium Aug. 29, 2018. This tragic event has fostered many forms of controversy including calls for the netting to be extended further to claims that the Los Angeles Dodgers covered up the death due to the report coming out almost half a year later. Although the death occurred in late August, no reports came out about it until...

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MLB free agency stalls once again
Feb17

MLB free agency stalls once again

There are currently over 100 unsigned free agents,  Spring Training is here and 30 teams with major holes in their rosters. This begs the question: does MLB free agency need an overhaul? In short, yes it does. As it currently stands, billionaire team owners are able to manipulate contracts and get away with paying hard working players pennies for six years before those players are allowed to search for a fair, market-value contract in...

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Hole in one: Men’s golf off to hot start
Feb06

Hole in one: Men’s golf off to hot start

Story by Alex Garcia With the new semester and season beginning, nine-year coach Mark Halda and the men’s golf team hoped to get off to a hot start and place well in their first tournament of the season, the Point Conception Invitational. There were a total of fourteen other schools that stood in the way of Palomar and their goal of winning of the first big tournament of the season. After an up and down first day, the team stood in...

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Comets baseball and softball back to winning ways
Feb06

Comets baseball and softball back to winning ways

BASEBALL Palomar Baseball is already in full swing as the Comets look to repeat as Pacific Coast Athletic Conference (PCAC) champions for the second year in a row. The Comets’ 2018 season saw them win the PCAC by two games before their season came to an end at the hands of Saddleback College. Their loss in round two of the Southern California Regional Tournament came off the tails of an exciting round one series win against College of...

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