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ARC drops to 0-8-2 after loss against Santa Rosa Junior College

American River College's Freshman Forward Ieann Vasquez charges towards Santa Rosa Junior College's goal during ARC's 3-0 loss to Santa Rosa Junior College on Sept 29, 2015. The loss droped ARC's record to 0-8-2.(photo by  Matthew Nobert)

Matthew Nobert

October 1, 2015

American River College men’s soccer team continues to struggle with its eighth loss this season to coming at the hands of Santa Rosa Junior College in a 3-0 loss. ARC had a very strong first half, controlling the ball very well. However, when it came to finishing its drives, the team still could not manage to s...

ARC women’s water polo to play in Mt.Sac Invite

American River College scores during the Water Polo Match against Cerritos College on September 10th, 2015 at ARC. ARC's water polo team is now 2-5 heading into the Mt. Sac Invite on Sept. 26, 2015. (photo by Joe Padilla)

Matthew Nobert

September 25, 2015

American River College women’s water polo team will be facing off against Southern California teams once again this season at the 19th annual Mt. Sac Invite on Saturday. ARC will be the only school from Northern California in the tournament. This invite is different than others. Normally, ...

College hour discusses how to be prepared for wildfires

Fire Science Professor Al Iannone shows a slide showing wildfires during a school College Hour that mainly covered prepaining for wildland fires on Sept. 3, 2015. (Photo by Matthew Nobert)

Matthew Nobert

September 15, 2015

With the drought in California being so serious the threat of wildfires has increased, on Thursday Sept. 3 at American River College in Raef Hall room 160, fire science professor Al Lannone presented “Preplanning for a Wildland Fire.” “The reason we had this college hour was because it was t...

ARC opens season against Modesto as title contenders

Linebacker Lawrence Hall, left, and defensive lineman Caleb Melton, right, line up against Modesto Junior College players on Sept. 6, 2014. ARC held MJC to 347 yards in the last meeting, MJC's second lowest total of the season. (File photo)

Kevin Sheridan and Matthew Nobert

August 28, 2015

By Kevin Sheridan and Matthew Nobert After losing on a last second field goal to the Community College of San Francisco, American River College’s football team “can’t wait to get started.” It will begin its road to redemption on Sept. 5 at Modesto Junior College, who finished the 2014 season...

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