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ARC men’s soccer team captain ready for four-year glory

Tanner Roland, two-year men's soccer captain, prepares to move on to a four-year school. (Photo by Bryce Fraser)

Trevor Horn and Trevor Horn

December 5, 2012

After staring at Roseville High School, Tanner Roland got a chance to play soccer for Division II Fort Lewis College in southern Colorado. But after one season, he moved back to the Sacramento area and now readies himself for a second go-round at a four-year program after spending two seasons as the...

Stakes rise for ARC sports teams

Trevor Horn and Jessica Maynard

November 26, 2012

Beavers across different games prep for championship opportunities The temperatures are dropping and the stakes are rising, meaning the American River College athletic department is gearing up for the Northern California playoffs and State championships. Men’s Cross-Country Rick Anderson, recently deemed...

Controversial call ends Beavers season, title hopes

Controversial call ends Beavers season, title hopes

Trevor Horn and Trevor Horn

November 25, 2012

Last second go-ahead touchdown negated by a holding call For the fourth time in the last five games, on the biggest stage and against the biggest opponent – it looked like American River College would pull out another stunning comeback victory. Down 34-17 at the half at City College of San F...

Beavers trounce Sierra, win Valley Conference

Beavers trounce Sierra, win Valley Conference

Trevor Horn and Trevor Horn

November 11, 2012

It was so close to being over for the American River College football team. In the past month, the team has overcome double-digit second-half deficits to be in the position they are in now – Valley Conference champions. With the best four quarter performance of the season, ARC defeated cross-town...

A win against Sierra gives ARC Valley title

A win against Sierra gives ARC Valley title

Trevor Horn and Trevor Horn

November 10, 2012

Call them whatever you want, but these Beavers know drama. “We feel that we can come back and battle and never give up,” American River College freshman wide receiver J’Juan Muldrow said. Thanks in part to a two-game losing streak by San Joaquin Delta College—the lone Valley Conference...

ARC track and field athletes accept scholarships to University of Alabama

ARC track and field athletes accept scholarships to University of Alabama

Trevor Horn and Trevor Horn

November 5, 2012

Two American River College track and field athletes have accepted full scholarship offers to the University of Alabama. Diondre Batson, who represented ARC in the 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials in the 200-meters, and Matt Airola, the state champion in the 1,500, will both compete for the Crimson Tide this...

Win gives ARC upper hand for conference title

Win gives ARC upper hand for conference title

Trevor Horn and Trevor Horn

November 3, 2012

For the third straight week, American River College needed to overcome a second half double-digit deficit to keep the Beavers state title hopes alive. ARC beat College of Sequoias 31-27 on Saturday, Nov. 3 in Visalia to stay tied for first place and now have a season finale showdown with Sierra College...

Beavers score 42 unanswered points in route to conference win

Beavers score 42 unanswered points in route to conference win

Trevor Horn and Trevor Horn

October 27, 2012

Led by a three touchdown performance by backup quarterback Mike Hicks, American River College defeated Modesto Junior College 56-49 at Beaver Stadium on Saturday Oct. 27. With starting quarterback Jonathan Kodama in a walking boot with a foot injury, Hicks threw for one touchdown and ran for another...

A day in the life with the ARC Football team

Trevor Horn and Trevor Horn

October 26, 2012

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ARC players get second opportunity on football, life at four-year programs

ARC players get second opportunity on football, life at four-year programs

Trevor Horn and Trevor Horn

October 24, 2012

Jerry Haflich loves to win. The 25-3 record the American River College football team has posted since 2010 proves it. But the number that really gets the head coach excited is 91. Since Haflich took over the program in 2007, that is the number of student-athletes he has sent to four-year programs...

Career night for quarterback Kodama leads Beavers to upset road win

Career night for quarterback Kodama leads Beavers to upset road win

Trevor Horn and Trevor Horn

October 21, 2012

FRESNO – When it mattered most, quarterback Jonathan Kodama played his best game for American River College. In the midst of a two-game losing streak-led by four touchdown passes by Kodama-the Beavers came from behind in the second half en route to a 31-21 road win over Fresno City College on Saturday,...

Beavers’ shot at title grows longer

Beavers' shot at title grows longer

Trevor Horn and Trevor Horn

October 13, 2012

The hope in the preseason was a shot at the state title. That goal wasn’t wavered after a 52-33 loss on Sept. 29 to No. 1 state-ranked City College of San Francisco two weeks ago. But now with a 31-14 loss to San Joaquin Delta College on the road on Saturday, Oct. 13—that lofty goal might be just...

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