San Diego is and will always be a sports town
Nov14

San Diego is and will always be a sports town

“America’s Finest City,” a name coined by former San Diego mayor Pete Wilson, has been home to many professional sports teams over the years. NBA basketball, NFL football, and MLB baseball have all called San Diego home since the city’s first pro team, the San Diego Bombers of the Pacific Coast Football League, played at Balboa Stadium back in 1940. The NBA moved out long ago and the NFL (“No Fun League”) decided to take its...

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Like father, like daughter
Nov14

Like father, like daughter

In the game of volleyball the setter is often considered the position that could make or break a team and for the Palomar women’s volleyball that spark plug in the center is Mikayla Seiler. Coming from a family of volleyball players Seiler naturally picked up the sport herself following in the footsteps of her father and coach, Karl Seiler. Mikayla mentioned, “Both of my parents and coached so it’s kind of in the family.” Coach...

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Water polo captin leads team
Nov14

Water polo captin leads team

Kelly Rowan has been a student and athlete at Palomar College since 2016 but has been playing water polo for eight years. “My friend’s mom’s thought I’d be good at it (water polo) because I was very boyish and aggressive,” Rowan said, “I ended up really liking it and I’ve played for eight years.” When it comes to juggling school and sports, Rowan mentioned that it can often be difficult to play the roles of a student and an athlete....

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Palomar looks to take down Cerritos in final home game
Oct31

Palomar looks to take down Cerritos in final home game

  Written by Samantha Cox Palomar College football will play against Cerritos College this coming Saturday, Nov. 3, for the teams last home game of the season. With Palomar becoming more successful late in the season, they make a strong case to of defeat Cerritos The Falcons are 5-3, while Palomar has a record of 4- 4. Palomar lost a close game against El Camino last week, 35-42, coming close to knocking down El Camino’s tenth place...

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Palomar Dominates over Mt. SAC
Oct26

Palomar Dominates over Mt. SAC

Written by, Alex Garcia Palomar’s highly anticipated match up with Mt. San Antonio College did not disappoint. Coach Brody Barrios said, “they’re kind of like our rivals, so it was very important that the team came out firing strong and got the advantage in the points.” The Comets started off strong with Raul Ortiz leading the charge against Mt. San Antonio’s Nathan Barragan. Fans from both sides filled the Dome making it...

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Recaps: Palomar sports gear up for end of season
Oct22

Recaps: Palomar sports gear up for end of season

FOOTBALL Palomar’s football team has started to turn their season around with a record of 4 – 3 going into the bye week. The team struggled early on to connect as a unit, but in recent games has hit a stride.The comets are down to their last two quarterbacks, Connor Curry and Shea Morales, as injury has been a consistent problem for the team all season. “We need to be more consistent. We win one then we lose one,” Coch Joe Early...

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