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ARC’s men’s water polo team flexes its muscles

Goalie Sam Anderson rejects a shot in a match against Sierra College on Wed Oct. 9, 2013. The ARC Men's Water Polo team won against Sierra 9-4. (Photo by Emily K. Rabasto)

J'neil Gibson and J'Neil Gibson

October 14, 2013

American River College men’s water polo team squared off against the Sierra College Wolverines in a match that was full of excitement and strong efforts from both sides. The match began with ARC sprinting out to get the first possession of the ball. There was a tense defensive battle for the first...

Sports Briefs 10-01-13

Ed Gebing and Ed Gebing

October 1, 2013

Men’s Cross Country -The team has been ranked No. 1 in the State for the past 101 weeks.  Sophomore Will Reyes ran a personal best of 19:48 at the Lou Vasquez Invitational Sept. 19.  Reyes has won all races in junior college competition. The next race is Oct. 5 at Beals Point in Folsom at 10 a...

Battle of the unbeaten: No. 6 ranked Beavers blow out Santa Rosa Junior College on the road

Battle of the unbeaten: No. 6 ranked Beavers blow out Santa Rosa Junior College on the road

Jessica Maynard and Jessica Maynard

September 29, 2013

A total of 48 unanswered points by the No. 6 nationally-ranked team AmericanRiverCollege and a 55-21 on-the-road victory over the No. 23 nationally-ranked team Santa Rosa Junior College Friday Sept. 27 will give any fan a reason to ignore the Beavers slow offensive start. The Beavers trailed 7-0 early...

Sports Updates

Photo by Emily K. Rabasto

Ed Gebing & Jessica Maynard and Ed Gebing

September 17, 2013

Men’s Cross Country – Led by returning sophomores Will Reyes, Luis Luna and Jacob Huston the team hopes to three-peat. The men have continued their dominance taking the overall team’s first place in the first two races. Reyes won both. Their next race is Sept. 19 at the Lou Vasquez Invitational ...

Men’s soccer kicks off with wins

ARC Men's Soccer player Ryan Campbell, maintains control of the ball in a game against Feather River College on Tuesday, Sept. 10. (Photo by Emily K. Rabasto)

Shedric Allen and Shedric Allen

September 17, 2013

As the men's soccer team of American River College prepares for its 2013 season they look to rebuild. The Beavers posted a 8-10-3 overall record in 2012 and finished third in the Big 8 Conference. They hope to turn the tables this year. The Beavers have already played five games this season and are...

ARC football pursues championship their second year in Valley Conference

Photo by Emily K. Rabasto

Ed Gebing and Ed Gebing

September 17, 2013

The first year playing in the Valley Conference, American River College won the division title but ended their season against City College of San Francisco in the Northern California Community College Championship game with a 41-36 loss. CCSF went on to play for the California Community College State...

New Tide sprinter making own waves

Former standout athlete Diondre Batson holds the gastest college 100-meter time this year after running a 10.06 at the Spec Towns National Team Invitational. (Photo by Daniel Romandia)

Carlos Guerrero and Carlos Guerrero

May 8, 2013

Former standout athlete Diondre Batson holds the fastest 100-meter time this year after running a 10.06. University of Alabama junior sprinter Diondre Batson was the fastest man in the world this year, for about a week. “It was exciting,” Batson, the American River College record holder in the 1...

Running star looks to maximize his full potential

Jacob Huston, a long-distance runner on the ARC men's Track Team, stands on the Beaver Stadium track before a practice on Friday, March 15. (Photo by Emily K. Rabasto)

Jorden Hales and Jorden Hales

April 3, 2013

Sophomore runner Jacob Huston looks to follow last falls state championship with several more. Pacing the stadium with calculated animation, he eases into the midst of his routine.  Though he wears only a brief set of shorts and track shoes, he presents something far more tantalizing than a bare...

Men’s golf team struggles continue

Freshman Colton Passey teeing off at Teal Bend Golf Course in Sacramento on March 9. Passey went on to finish the match shooting an 80.

Ed Gebing and Ed Gebing

March 13, 2013

The men’s golf team’s struggles continue as they teed themselves into a sixth place finish during the Big 8 tournament #3. The American River College Men’s Golf team played host to the Big 8 tournament #3 at their home course of Teal Bend on a windy March 5 where the men’s team placed sixth. ...

Modesto hits Beavers’ dam

Simba Barratti stretches out to return a serve in his singles match versus Modesto Junior College player Xavier Lopez Feb. 12. Barratti went on to win the match (6-0, 6-0). (Photo by Emily K. Rabasto)

Jessica Maynard and Jessica Maynard

February 14, 2013

After showcasing a dominate performance in their first match of the season by beating Reedely College (7-2) the Northern California State ranked No. 3 American River College men’s tennis team took to the court to face Big 8 South rival Modesto Junior College on Feb. 12. The men’s team won all eight...

Offensive surge captures Beavers fourth straight win

Offensive surge captures Beavers fourth straight win

Jorden Hales and Jorden Hales

February 10, 2013

The American River College Men’s Basketball team (11-10) took on the Cosumes River College Hawks on Friday Feb. 8 looking for their fourth straight victory. The Beavers used high-octane offense and a dominate performance from Sophomore Chad Haysbert to pull out the victory and get back to over .500...

Beavers break loss streak with 70-to-58 victory over Diablo Valley Knights

Beavers break loss streak with 70-to-58 victory over Diablo Valley Knights

Jorden Hales and Jorden Hales

January 30, 2013

The American River College Men’s Basketball team took on Big 8 rival Diablo Valley College Tuesday Jan. 29 in what proved to be a trying test and timely learning experience.  The Beavers allowed the Knights to cut their 21-point first half lead down to four before closing out the game on a nine-to-one...

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