West Los Angeles College played a near-perfect game, except for a roughing the passer penalty late in the fourth quarter that extended Victor Valley’s drive. That penalty proved to be costly as it led to Rams kicker James Liker making a 29-yard game-winning field goal with six seconds left giving Victory Valley a 34-31 […]
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Santa Monica College was ranked No. 25 in the preseason California Community College Football Association State Poll it was announced yesterday. The Corsairs have won the last three American Pacific Conference titles and finished with a record of 8-2 last season. SMC was ranked No. 23 in the final poll in 2013.
Santa Monica College defensive back Jayshawn Lowe received his first Division I scholarship offer from UTEP today. The 6-foot-2 sophomore had 23 tackles for the Corsairs last season in a very strong secondary and helped lead the SMC to their third straight American Pacific Conference title.
Santa Monica College football player James Brock annoucned that he has committed to Division II Minot State in North Dakota yesterday. Brock had 54 tackles and six sacks for the Corsairs last season.
Santa Monica College offensive lineman Bryant Villegas signed with Division II West Alabama, according to head coach Gifford Lindheim. The 5-foot-11, 285-pound freshman from Gardena High played primarily center for the Corsairs. Villegas was also considering New Mexico Highlands.
Santa Monica College sophomore defensive back Aaron Rogers has committed to play football at North Dakota for the 2014 season. The former Hamilton High player had 68 tackles and three interceptions in his two-year career with the Corsairs. Rogers had two interceptions including returning one for a 40-yard touchdown against San Bernardino Valley College during […]
[With the fall sports just around the corner and the football summer practices now underway, we at the Los Angeles Sports Journal will bring you interviews with all fifteen high school and junior college coaches on the westside throughout the month of July. Seventh in our series is a conversation with West Los Angeles College […]