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State college association to allow spring 2020 students to annul season and gain eligibility back

Los Rios Community College Spring 2020 athletes have been granted extended eligibility for their semester of school, and fall students will hear shortly whether the LRCCD will grant eligibility for their semester as well. (Photo by Dylan Lillie)

Dylan Lillie and Will Minke

October 19, 2020

It’s been over six months since the California Community College Athletic Association canceled the seasons for spring 2020 sports. Now, nearly halfway through the fall 2020 semester, this previous cancelation still in effect with no scheduled sports practices or games taking place on campus.  Th...

Shelter-in-place order causes cancellation of all ARC spring sports

Sporting fields and arenas across Sacramento remain empty as the shelter-in-place order continues, keeping healthy athletes from competing. (Photo by Dylan Lillie)

Dylan Lillie, Staff Writer

April 22, 2020

When dealing with situations as serious as a pandemic, it’s easy to forget about the people who would be less affected by the direct issue at hand. Though it makes sense for us to pay most attention to the ones who are at the highest risk, it inadvertently causes us to ignore some of the other eff...

The challenging, yet rewarding life of student athletes

Kinesiology major Haley Norlie, plays center back for ARC's soccer team, while balancing her academic schedule. (Photo by Dylan Lillie)

Dylan Lillie

February 14, 2020

Attempting to earn a degree has never been easy, no matter what school you are attending. Trying to balance your classes and retain a decent personal life can sometimes be challenging. That said, some students take it upon themselves to play collegiate sports on top of their schedules to be a part of so...

ARC dominates Napa Valley in season opener

American River college starter Kaitlyn Janese (left) blocks a Napa Valley player in their first game of the season at ARC on Nov. 14, 2019. ARC won the opener 89 - 4. (Photo by Jennah Booth)

Alexis Warren

November 25, 2019

The American River College women’s basketball team opened their 2019-20 season with a home game against Napa Valley College Storm on the night of Nov. 14. The Beavers washed the Storm out with an ending score of 89-44. The Napa Valley Storm consisted of only eight players total, giving them only t...

Men’s soccer defeated by Napa Valley, 4-0

American River College player Dalton Catanzaro passes the ball during the game against Napa Valley College on Oct. 23, 2018. ARC lost to Napa Valley, 4-0. (Photo by Hameed Zargry)

Hameed Zargry

October 30, 2018

American River College men's soccer team was defeated 4-0 by Napa Valley College on Oct. 23 at ARC’s soccer stadium. The match started with tough playing between the teams. The two teams communicated to score a goal but failed by shooting two each in the first half of the game finishing the fir...

Beavers football team take on another win against Sierra 22-7

Running back Daniel Wright Jr. rushes past Sierra defenders during a game at Sierra College on Oct. 20, 2018. He scored 2 touchdowns for the Beavers during the game. (Photo by Patrick Hyun Wilson)

Breawna Maynard

October 26, 2018

The American River College football team reeled in another win against Sierra College with a score of 22-7 on Oct 20. Running back Daniel Wright Jr.’s 81-yard touchdown run started things off for the Beavers to lead 7-0 in the first quarter. As the Beavers made Sierra punt, they traveled downf...

Beavers rally together for a 9-0 win over Sacramento City

Defender Josie Baca takes possession of the ball from Sacramento City College players.

Alexus Hurtado

October 10, 2018

The American River College women’s soccer team defeated Sacramento City College on Friday Oct. 5 in a highly competitive game that resulted in a score of 9-0. ARC began the first half with great ball movement and good passing, defender Josie Baca and midfielder Kistia Pelayo are two players who d...

Beavers lose in tight race to Butte

ARC and Butte head down the field.

Alexus Hurtado

September 6, 2018

  In the women’s soccer team’s home opener, the American River College Beavers lost 2-1 to the Butte Roadrunners on Aug. 31. During the first half of the game, both teams were communicating well on and off the field. Players on the sidelines from both teams encouraged their teammates. ...

ARC hosts the Big 8 Swim Invite

Women's swim teams from eight community colleges across northern California, push off the block for their first time trials of the Big 8 swim invite on March 15 at ARC.  (Photo by Cecilia Castillo Juarez

Jennah Booth

March 29, 2018

Eight California community college swim teams met at American River College for the 2018 Big 8 Invite on March 16. Swimmers from Santa Rosa Junior College, San Joaquin Delta College, Diablo Valley College and other local community colleges competed in 30 different swimming and diving events. Diab...

ARC tennis player wins prestigious Arthur Ashe Award

Tennis Player Cody Duong prepares for a practice session at American River College. (Photo by Lily Rodriguez Drake)

Lily Rodriguez Drake

December 6, 2017

Focused and undeterred by the incessant heat one October afternoon, tennis player Cody Duong sends the ball over the net with a resounding hit of his racket. Duong stands out amongst his teammates by his intensity and passion prominent throughout the practice. This year, Duong was chosen by ...

The bridge of beaver spirit

The bridge of beaver spirit

Joel Whited

April 26, 2017

There is a bridge that holds up the American River College spirit, and the builders of that bridge are the gender neutral Bucky Sr. and Bucky Jr. Bucky Sr.’s story goes back 20 years, beginning with a fire that was survivable. Bucky Sr. lost its significant other and all the fur on its body as...

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