Both water polo teams young, optimistic

Poolball, wapo or water polo, whatever you call it, it’s back in full swing along with the rest of the semester. The men and women of the Comet’s water polo team are ready to get back in the pool and compete for another chance at a Pacific Coast Athletic Conference (PCAC) title. The Women are looking to build on their success in the pool after finishing second in the PCAC last fall. First year head coach Mandy Simon will be looking to...

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New Coach Hopes for Continued Success
Sep06

New Coach Hopes for Continued Success

Story by Ryan Davis   Comet’s baseball new head coach is looking to build upon the successes of his predecessor. Coach Ben Adams, who was appointed as the Comets’ new head baseball coach has been a staff assistant at Palomar for 14 years. He hopes to continue to build upon the successes of the previous head coach, Buck Taylor, who over the summer accepted a position as the new pitching coach for Kansas State University....

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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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Comet’s football’s rocky season
Dec12

Comet’s football’s rocky season

This season for the Palomar college football team there season is over as they had a losing record 4-6 and went 2-3 in conference play.  Overall there season wasn’t as good.  Palomar has a lot a young talent that they have to work with, freshmen and sophomore coming in and trying to play at the next level and making it to a university. With their offensive play they scored 140 points overall this year and had 28.5 points per...

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Red Sox season outlook
Dec07

Red Sox season outlook

The Boston Red Sox are entering this years winter meetings in a precarious position. After playing at such a high level for the majority of the 2016 season, the Red Sox did not come to play in the post-season, where the Cleveland Indians sent them packing in the first round via a sweep. After consecutive offseasons spent searching for pitching, the Red Sox now look to replace the biggest staple in their lineup of the last 15 years:...

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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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