The American River Current

Women’s soccer begins its conference matches

American River College freshman defender Whitney Pickard attempts to slip the ball away from San Joaquin Delta College forward Tiffany Souza in a match on Sept. 23. ARC and SJDC tied 1-1, continuing the women’s undefeated-at-home streak. (Photo by Emily K. Rabasto)

Ed Gebing and Ed Gebing

September 26, 2014

A second half goal by forward Theresa Cooper helped the American River College women’s soccer team to a 1-1 tie against San Joaquin Delta College in the first match of conference play. The women have started off this season 3-1-2 and are doing much better than last season in which they had a record...

New system of play helps team cruise to victory

Emily Perry, an American River College sophomore, shoots and scores in a water polo match against Santa Rosa Junior College on Sept. 24. The ARC women’s team won the match in double digits 15-4. (Photo by Emily K. Rabasto)

Ed Gebing Jr. and Ed Gebing

September 26, 2014

Behind six goals from sophomore Emily Perry, the reigning NorCal champion American River College women’s water polo team beat Santa Rosa Junior College, 15-4, on Wednesday. The win brought the women’s record to 2-5 overall, and an even 1-1 in conference play. ARC got out to an early lead, scoring...

New head coach has his team on the right path

Tanner Trosin, Quarterback for American River College’s football team, looks for an open receiver during ARC’s first home game.

Ed Gebing and Ed Gebing

September 9, 2014

Tanner Trosin and his five touchdowns helped lead the American River College football team to their first win of the season against Modesto Junior College, 37-27. Trosin had two rushing and three passing touchdowns started the season the same way his brother, former ARC slot receiver Tyler, did last...

Bump, Set, Spike, Win: Volleyball team opens season with lots of new faces

The Women’s Volleyball team celebrate after a successfully rallied and scored against the opposing team. (Photo by Brandon Nelson)

Ed Gebing and Ed Gebing

September 6, 2014

After finishing last season coming up short in the State tournament, the American River College volleyball team served up a win at home against City College of San Francisco, 3-0 (24-14, 25-22, 25-20) in their season opener. “It feels good, we have been practicing hard,” sophomore libero Kiana...

Spring sports programs close out seasons

Spring sports programs close out seasons

Ed Gebing and Ed Gebing

May 9, 2014

Many of the American River College spring sports teams are wrapping up their seasons with some making their way to the playoffs. Others are sadly packing it in until next season. The men’s baseball team lost its final home game of the season with a disappointing 11-0 loss to Diablo Valley College....

Next court date set for Subway rape suspect

Ed Gebing and Ed Gebing

April 22, 2014

At the most recent arraignment hearing for rape suspect Kenneth Anderson, who is accused of violently beating and raping his Subway co-worker, he talked briefly with his criminal defense lawyer Linda Parisi, before she asked the judge for more time. During his most recent appearance Anderson was shackled...

Students get to know ASB and Student Trustee candidates at the forums

Omba Kipuke is running for the position of Los Rios Student Trustee.

Ed Gebing and Ed Gebing

April 9, 2014

Elections for the Associated Student Body student leaders and Student Trustee are underway. Students can vote until 11:30 p.m. through their eServices account. At the forums held April 1-2 in the student center, the candidates were able present their platforms and answer student questions. The rainy ...

Court date set for suspect in the sexual assault incident at a Subway

Kenneth Chandler Anderson

Ed Gebing and Ed Gebing

April 8, 2014

At an appearance earlier today in the Sacramento County Main Jail, Subway rape suspect Kenneth Anderson’s court stay was brief. Anderson was brought into court and talked to a representative from his lawyer’s office who asked for the court date to be moved to April 22. The court granted th...

Student journalists from the Current receive several awards at statewide convention

Ed Gebing and Ed Gebing

April 7, 2014

The American River Current is proud to recognize the achievements of its talented and hard-working student journalists, who achieved recognition at the statewide convention of community college student journalists April 3-6 in Burbank, Calif. Jeff Gonzales, former editor-in-chief of the Current and...

Subway rape suspect arraigned in superior court

Kenneth Chandler Anderson

Ed Gebing and Ed Gebing

April 1, 2014

Kenneth Anderson was arraigned on three felony charges at the Lorenzo Patino Hall of Justice in Sacramento stemming from the brutal early morning attack of his co-worker at a Subway restaurant on March 25. Anderson was being held on $1 million bail after his arrest on March 27. His bail amount was...

Subway rape suspect confirmed not to be linked to the I-80 serial rapist

Subway rape suspect confirmed not to be linked to the I-80 serial rapist

Ed Gebing and Ed Gebing

March 31, 2014

The Sacramento County Sheriffs department has released information regarding the recent arrest of Kenneth Chandler Anderson, which occurred last Friday. There were earlier claims that the resemblance between Anderson and the sketches of the serial rapist were strikingly similar according to Sheriff’s...

Coaching vacancies are filled for ARC football

Coaching vacancies are filled for ARC football

Ed Gebing and Ed Gebing

March 26, 2014

The American River College football team recently hired two new coaches and promoted another to take over the various vacancies that were left open by the promotion of offensive coordinator and offensive line coach Jon Osterhout to interim head coach. Osterhout was named interim head coach after it w...

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