MEN'S SOCCER- MEN SUFFER FIRST LOSS OF THE SEASON (9/29/14)
The men battled hard Friday afernoon, falling to Mira Costa 4-3 for their first loss of the season. Bryan Guzman ked the Panthers with 2 of the team's three goals. Johnny Madrid added 1. Jesus Meza gave up 4 and earned 4 saves on the game. The men take a break this week, traveling to Palomar on the 7th.
MEN RANKED #12 NATIONALLY FOR SECOND WEEK (9/23/14)
For the second week in a row, Chaffey Men's Soccer was ranked #12 in today's National Soccer Coaches Association of America poll.
WOMEN'S SOCCER - LADY PANTHERS HOLD MIRA COSTA TO ONE (9/29/14)
The ladies were unable to score against Mira Costa Friday afternoon but held the Spartan offense to one goal. Suarez had 2 saves in 90 minutes of play. The ladies host Cuyamaca Wednesday at 2.
LADIES RANKED IN TOP 20 NATIONALLY (9/23/14)
In today's National Soccer Coaches Association of America poll, the Lady Panthers were ranked #17. The ladies take on #19 ranked Taft College this afternoon.
VOLLEYBALL - PANTHERS TAKE CONSOLATION AT SAN DIEGO TOURNEY (9/29/14)
The ladies fell to Arizona team from Chandler-Gilbert and Cuesta Saturday to move into the San Diego City Tournament's consolation bracket where they dominated both Cuyamaca and Rio Hondo to take the bracket championship. The team has a break this week, opening conference play at home against Rio Hondo Wednesday, October 8th.
LADIES HOLD STRONG AT #15 IN THE STATE (9/22/14)
For the second week in a row, Chaffey Volleyball is ranked #15 in the state and #9 in the south in the CCC Women's Volleyball Coaches Association poll.
FOOTBALL - PANTHERS FALL TO #1 MT SAC (9/29/14)
The men took a hit Saturday evening, falling to #1 ranked Mt SAC in the opening game of the 2014 National Central Conference season. Held off by a formidable Mountie defense, the Panthers were unable to score a touchdown until the 4th quarter. Rigoberto Luna had two field goals. Freshman quarterback Levi Plante threw for 237 yards and ran the Panthers' sole TD. Marcus Wimberly led the receiving squad with 96 yards. The teams has a bye this week and will return to the field on the 11th to take on Santa Ana at home.
FOOTBALL RANKED #10 IN THE NATIONAL CONFERENCE (9/22/14) In the first CCCAA/CCCFCA regional poll, Panther Football took the #10 position in the highly competitive National Conference.
DANA NAMED SCFA PLAYER OF THE WEEK (9/17/14)
Congratulations to Alec Dana (freshman wide receiver from Rancho Cucamonga High School) for being named SCFA Central League Offensive Player of the Week for his performance during last Saturday's win over Moorpark College.
PANTHER FOOTBALL #30 NATIONWIDE (9/15/14) The men entered the JC Gridiron nationwide ranking this week in the #30 spot.
MEN'S WATER POLO - PANTHERS GO 2-2 AT MESA TOURNEY (9/29/14) The Chaffey men had a solid weekend at the South of the Border Tournament splitting the weekend 2-2 with losses to Fullerton College (15-7) and host San Diego Mesa (14-9). Saturday was a good day with wins over Santa Monica College (11-8) and avenging last Saturday's defeat to the Southwestern College with a 12-11 win. Offensively Blake Schwartz led the way with 11 goals and 5 steals on the weekend. Jade Dye added 8 goals and 11 steals, Brandon Howell had 7 goals and 6 steals, Spencer Swezey had 6 goals and 7 steals, Parker Chorich and Brett Rhode each had 2 goals and Travis Sapp and Michael Lear each added a goal each on the weekend. David Tapia had 41 saves on the weekend with 13 steals. The Panthers travel to El Camino College on Wednesday for their third SCC conference match.
WOMEN'S WATER POLO - PANTHERS REMAIN UNDEFEATED IN CONFERENCE (9/25/14)
The ladies took on Long Beach yesterday, defeating the Vikings 7-2 to remain undefeated in South Coast Conference play. Salena Zapata led the Lady Panthers with 5 goals. Allison Bartosik and Heather Barba added one each. Angel Duran had 16 saves to hold the Vikings to two goals. The ladies take on El Camino on October 1st in continued conference action.
2014 SPRING SPORTS
BASEBALL - KIEST DRAFTED BY PHILLIES (6/9/14)
Congratulations to Panther Alum Tanner Kiest who was drafted Friday by the Philadelphia Phillies. Kiest was an All-Foothill Conference selection and helped the Panthers win the conference title, striking out 70 batters (13.03 per game). Kiest is the 25th player signed to a professional contract under Head Coach Jeff Harlow. We look forward to watching his MLB career.
SOFTBALL - PANTHERS LOSE CLOSE ONE TO BARSTOW (4/21/14) The Lady Panthers closed out the 2014 season with a 14-12 loss to Barstow Friday. The ladies took a 10 run lead but a 6th inning rally by the Vikings cost the Panthers the win. Salina Santoyo and Priscilla Leon each homered for the Panthers.
SWIM/DIVE - LADIES BEAT EL CAMINO AND LATT (3/24/14) The Chaffey College Women's Swim team raised its record to 5-1 with wins over El Camino 128-104, and LA Trade Tech 184-8. Christen Harper won all for of her individual events, 1000, 500, and 200 freestyle. Salena Zapata won both the 50 and 100 breaststroke, and Analissa Hurtardo won the 100 Butterfly. The 400 Freestyle relay of Lauren Loya, Jackie Vicario, Hurtardo, and Harper also took first. Chaffey swims next Friday at home 12:30 pm vs first place Mt SAC and Rio Hondo.
CHAFFEY MEN 1-1 FRIDAY (4/1/14) Chaffey men’s swimming team took on both Mt San Antonio College and Rio Hondo College in the final double dual meet of the year at their home pool at Chaffey College.
Against Rio Hondo, the Panthers came out on top by winning every individual event and finished with a score of 149 – 38.
Leading the Panthers was freshman Kyle Cauldren of Citrus Valley HS with wins in the 1000 freestyle (10:17.91), 200 backstroke (2:07.44) and 200 Individual Medley (2:05.93). Double event winners included David Dominguez winning the 200 freestyle (1:55.67) and 100 butterfly (58.24); Chris Vasquez winning the 100 breaststroke (1:12.33) and 200 breaststroke (2:37.15); Thomas Harper winning the 200 butterfly (1:58.93) and 500 freestyle (4:56.89); and Elitt Golnik winning the 50 freestyle (22.84) and 100 freestyle (51.58). Single event winners included Matt Rohde, 100 backstroke (1:01.76) and Sean Barraza, diving (156.65). Chaffey won the opening event, 200 medley relay with a winning time of 1:52.59. Swimmers on the relay were Rohde, Vasquez, Golnik and Sean Briones.
In the dual meet against Mt SAC, the Panthers lost out to the Mounties who are one of the top teams in the state this year. Chaffey ended up winning 3 events against Mt SAC. Events and athletes were 200 butterfly, Thomas Harper; 200 Individual Medley, Kyle Cauldren and diving, Sean Barraza. Next contest for the Panthers will be the Pasadena City College Invitational April 4th & 5th.
TRACK & FIELD - TEAM UPDATE (4/7/14) On the women's side, freshman Rachel McCoy - high jumper is ranked number one in the country. She made it by winning the Aztec Invitational at San Diego State last week by clearing 6 ft. even.
Jessica Alvarez - freshman 1500m, is ranked in the top 10 in the state, with a time of 4:58.24.
Our returning sophomore, Khallifah Rosser - is ranked number one in the country in his event the 400m hurdles with a time of 51.28sec. Which also won the Aztec Invitational at San Diego State. Fabian Griffith - our only returning sprinter, is ranked number four in two events in the state. The 100m - 10.58sec and 200m - 21,42sec.
2013-14 WINTER SPORTS
FIVE SOPHOMORES TRANSFER TO 4-YEAR SCHOOLS (5/13/14)
Five sophomore basketball players have committed to continue their education at 4-year schools. Congratulations to Jeff Nibo (Southern Utah), Pape Seck and Roderick Evans-Taylor (Simon Frasier), Tyler Shea (Western New Mexico), and Julian Nichols (Western Oregon).
MEN'S BASKETBALL - PANTHERS FALL TO SANTA ROSA IN SEMIFINALS (3/17/14) The men came on strong, taking an early lead against Santa Rosa but trailed by 10 points going into halftime. The men regrouped at the half, closing the gap and tying the game up until the final minute of play. With seconds remaining, Santa Rosa scored leaving the Panthers 2 points behind with only 3 seconds left on the clock. The Panthers finish the season wig an impressive 28-6 record.
JACKO EARNS ALL-STATE HONOR (3/17/14) Congratulations to sophomore forward Adom Jacko who was named to the CCCAA All-State Team and the 2014 CCCAA Men's Basketball Championships all-tournament Team. Jacko led the Panthers all season, a driving force on the court that took the men to the Final Four.
KLEIN NAMED STATE COACH OF THE YEAR (3/17/14)
Congratulations to Head Coach Jeff Klein. For the second year in a row, Coach Klein was named the Southern Region Coach of the Year. Klein finished this season 28-6 and too the Panthers to their second consecutive Final Four appearance. Klein earned his 300th win at Chaffey on February 22nd.
FIVE PANTHERS SELECTED ALL-CONFERENCE (2/24/14) Congratulations to Adom Jacko, John Gilliam, Julian Nichols, Jeff Nibo, and Roderick Evans-Taylor for being named All-Foothill Conference.
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL - LADY PANTHERS VICTORIOUS - ADVANCE TO PLAYOFFS ROUND 3 (3/3/14) The ladies hosted Irvine Valley Saturday evening in Round 2 of the 2014 CCCAA playoffs, emerging victorious 72-66. Irvine led for the majority of the game including a 5 point lead at the half but the Panthers came back in the 2nd half. Trailing with less than a minute on the clock, Mary Windom hit a 3, followed by a 2 to take the game and advance the Panthers to the next round of playoff action. Windom led the Panthers in scoring with 24 points, 3 rebounds, 3 steals. The ladies will travel Wednesday to face off against #3 LA Valley at 5pm. Valley defeated ELAC Friday 92-88 in overtime.
THREE PANTHERS SELECTED ALL-CONFERENCE (2/24/14)
Congratulations to Mary Windom, Shannon Moore and Raven Dixon for being named All-Foothill Conference.
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