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With Reedley Win To End Conference, It’s Clear FCC Has Displayed Improvement

With Reedley Win To End Conference, It’s Clear FCC Has Displayed Improvement

Story By: Omari Bell, Reporter

May 1, 2019

Coming off a three game winning streaking to end conference play, Fresno City softball has shown a lot of improvement as a whole compared to the way they started the season off with four wins and six tough losses. The Rams have competed against the top 10 RPI teams in Northern California, and thro...

Rams Sweep Friday Doubleheader After Difficult Season Start

Rams Sweep Friday Doubleheader After Difficult Season Start

Story By: Derek Bullis, Reporter

February 4, 2019

Fresno City Rams Baseball swept the Los Medanos Mustangs Friday afternoon, winning both games to wrap up a doubleheader that started on Thursday night. Starting off the afternoon Los Medanos players were loud for several exciting innings while Kohl Simas pitched for six innings against Los Medanos...

Super Bowl by Numbers

Story By: Ben Hensley and Conner Stevens

February 1, 2019

New England Patriots by the numbers  - Won the AFC East with an 11-5 record (5-1 division)  - Wild card round - Bye  - Divisional round - Defeated the Los Angeles Chargers 41-28  - AFC Championship - Defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 37 - 31   Back to Where it all Began Coming of...

Men’s Basketball Dominates West Hills Lemoore

Men’s Basketball Dominates West Hills Lemoore

Story By: Ben Hensley, Sports Editor

February 1, 2019

The Fresno City College men’s basketball team could not be stopped against West Hills Lemoore on Wednesday night, beating them 151-56, improving their overall record to 18-3 and bumping their conference record to 9-0 on the season. “Control what you can control,” said head coach Ed Madec f...

Rams’ Women’s Basketball Drop to Fourth in Conference Following Tough Loss

Rams’ Women’s Basketball Drop to Fourth in Conference Following Tough Loss

Story By: Ben Hensley, Sports Editor

February 1, 2019

It was a tale of two halves on Wednesday night as the Rams fell to Merced College 81-65, dropping to fourth in conference play at 3-3, and putting their overall record at 15-8 on the season. The ability to score was the biggest factor in the game which saw the Rams score 40 in the first half, but ...

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