After finishing the 2013 football season 8-3, the City College Rams are working harder than ever to complete the 2014 season undefeated and add another state championship to head coach George Rush’s resume.
The sun was shining on April 19 and, with the temperature in the mid 70s, it was a perfect day for a track and field competition.
Philadelphia Eagles cut star wide receiver DeSean Jackson shortly after a story alleging Jackson had connections to the Los Angeles based Crips street gang.
City College was only one victory away from taking a trip to sunny Southern California but a heartbreaking…
Playing their second-round playoff game against the Butte College Roadrunners, City College won the Wednesday-night home game with a lopsided 80-47.
Overcoming a rougher first half than the team anticipated, City College was able to win their opening California Community College Athletic Association regional playoff game against San Joaquin Delta College by a comfortable 74-46 margin.
The City College men’s basketball team had an impressive 90-58 win over Las Positas College, in which the Rams clearly outmatched their opponent. Despite the dominating win, head coach Justin Labagh was not completely impressed with his teams win.
It might have been Valentine’s Day, but City College women’s basketball team didn’t show their opponent, Las Positas College, any love. The final score was a staggering 96-23 and the Rams dominated their opponent in every aspect of the game.
The main event was the No. 1 seed doubles match, in which City College’s two best singles players, Elsie Woo and Savannah Hayes, played against Santa Rosa’s Kelli Kingsborough and Angel Tran.
In the first game of a doubleheader at City College on Jan. 17, the Rams women’s basketball team defeated San Jose City College with a final score of 52-39.
City College won an exciting bowl game Nov.8, which served up as many defensive thrills as offensive ones, by a score of 59-31 over the Sierra College Wolverines.