Your guide to the perfect March Madness Bracket
Mar20

Your guide to the perfect March Madness Bracket

Written By, Brian Beltran   So maybe you’ve never heard of March Madness. Of course, if that’s the case, the rock you’re living under is the least of your worries. This is March. Legends are born and millions are clambering to see the stars of tomorrow make a name for themselves as amateurs. In the 80 year history of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, we have grown accustomed to hearing terms like “Cinderella” and “David vs...

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Is the madness worth it?
Mar20

Is the madness worth it?

Story By, Nicholas Casadona  The start of March Madness is approaching quickly as many students and fans across America gear up for game time. Basketball, barbeque, and beer consist of many of the daily activities brought out by March Madness, though nothing surpasses the thrill of creating a bracket from scratch. Producing a combined 70 million brackets a year, never has anyone reportedly predicted a perfect bracket; as the odds are...

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Comets take down Southwestern 12-4
Mar15

Comets take down Southwestern 12-4

Story By, Nicholas Casadona After a few weeks of rain and postponed games, the Comets came back home for a dominating 12 -4 win over Southwestern College. Comets starting pitcher, Brandon Olthoff had a solid performance on the mound not allowing a hit until the seventh inning. Early in the second and third innings, the Comets applied pressure with their hitting and patience at the plate. Tacking on four runs before the start of the...

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Comets softball continue to dominate
Mar11

Comets softball continue to dominate

Story by Alex Garcia The Comets took on the San Diego City Knights, who are the second best team in the league behind the Comets on March 8 defeating the team behind a strong offensive performance. Catalina Aguilar took the mound for the Comets and started off strong by sitting down the first three batters. It didn’t take long for the Comets to strike, in the bottom of the first inning center fielder, Samantha Renteria singled...

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Men’s golf team stays hot
Mar08

Men’s golf team stays hot

Palomar’s Men’s golf contunied its hot streak Wednesday. March 6 at Los Verdes Golf Course. The team didn’t let the rainy condition stop them from topping their PCAC matchup winning 4-0 with 371 total points to El Camino’s 1-3 and 421 points. Palomar also had four of five team members place in the top five. Official Tournament Scores: Kyoshiro Azumada: 72 Alex Rhee: 73 Jacob Montes: 75 Richard Jeppesen: 75 Kyle Hazlett : 76 Zach Brown...

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Palomar Comets athletics start conference competition
Mar04

Palomar Comets athletics start conference competition

Palomar athletics are back in full swing as many of the teams are beginning conference play. Baseball and softball are off to hot starts while some of the more freshman heavy teams such as tennis and men’s volleyball are still trying to find their rhythm. Men’s and women’s basketball have finished their regular season and while the men missed the playoffs this season the women are ready to take on whoever gets in their way of a...

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