Osterhout pulls coach from UC Davis to lead defensive backs at ARC


Matthew Peirson, Co-Sports Editor
May 20, 2015

In a move that adds to over 40 years of Division I experience to American River College football’s head coaching staff, Will Kofe has been hired as ARC’s defensive backs coach. Kofe had been the defensive line coach at UC Davis for the past three years and was recruited to join ARC’s staff by head... Read more »

New coach brings winning ways, wealth of experience to ARC


Matthew Peirson, Co-Sports Editor
April 28, 2015

Michael Morris dotted 23 years as the head football coach of Rio Linda High School with success, winning the Sac-Joaquin title in 2004, fielding 13 playoff teams while amassing 148 victories overall, the most in school history. Now, he takes the reigns of being American River College’s running backs... Read more »

Sacramento Sirens beckoned ARC student


Brandon Nelson, Co-Scene Editor
April 9, 2015

When you hear the sound of pads crashing together on a football field, what often comes to mind is men playing football. However, football is no longer just a men’s sport, as teams like the Sacramento Sirens, a semi-pro women’s football team, have proven since 2001. The Sirens have won several... Read more »

Osterhout recalls his time with Suh


Matthew Peirson and Kevin Sheridan, Co-Sports Editors
March 20, 2015

Most people that watch the NFL extensively know Ndamukong Suh as being a dominant, albeit controversial player who has routinely been fined by the league. American River College football head coach Jon Osterhout, who coached Suh at his alma mater of Nebraska while working as a graduate assistant in 2006... Read more »

Carrell adds to resume, named an All-American


Kevin Sheridan, Co-Sports Editor
March 18, 2015

Former American River College defensive lineman Jordan Carrell has been named an All-American for the 2014 season. Carrell played for ARC during the 2013-2014 seasons, finishing the 2014 season as NorCal defensive MVP, a season in which he registered eight sacks, 61 tackles and one forced fumble. He... Read more »

Four ARC players head to Division I schools

Jordan Carrell ,number 92, during the football game against Sacramento City College on Nov. 15.

Kevin Sheridan and Matthew Peirson, Co-Sports Editors
February 7, 2015

Starting in early December of 2014, 11 members of American River College’s football team from the 2014 season have signed letters of intent to play at universities, with four of those players, Jordan Carell, Ewing Simmons, Casey Lambert and Zach Heath having signed with power conference Division I... Read more »

Update: Number of ARC football players to sign at universities now at 11


Kevin Sheridan, Co-Sports editor
February 6, 2015

The number of American River College football players to sign as part of National Signing Day has increased from six players to 10. Linebackers Derek Bryant and Lawrence Hall, running backs Deon Ransom and Casey Lambert, and defensive lineman Antonio Perez were all added to the list of ARC players who... Read more »

Six ARC football players sign on national signing day


Kevin Sheridan, Co-Sports editor
February 4, 2015

Six American River College football players signed to Division I and Division II schools during National Signing Day, an event in which athletes can sign letters of intent to NCAA schools. Quarterback Daniel Lewis, offensive lineman Zach Heath, defensive linemen Jordan Carrell and Ewing Simmons and defensive... Read more »

Photo gallery: ARC football falls to CCSF in NorCal Football Conference championship game


Barbara Harvey, Editor-in-Chief
December 2, 2014

ARC football suffered a heartbreaking loss on Saturday, as City College of San Francisco kicked a 41-yard field goal in the last six seconds of the NorCal Football Conference championship game to pull ahead, winning 17-14. While CCSF will advance to face Mt. San Antonio College for the state title,... Read more »

Update: ARC gets booted by CCSF in NorCal championship game


Kameron Schmid, Arts and Culture Editor
December 1, 2014

Despite a number of breaks going their way, the American River College Beavers lost to City College of San Francisco 17-14 in the NorCal championship game Saturday, in a heavyweight defensive punchout of a game that featured every form of drama that football can offer. CCSF kicker Cristian Antezana missed... Read more »

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