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2014 Season Results

September 6
Orange Coast (away)
17-14 W

September 13
Moorpark (away)
34-20 W

September 20
Hancock (home)
26-24 L

September 27
Mt SAC (away)
47-14 L

October 11
Santa Ana (home)
29-23 L

October 18
Long Beach (home)
40-36 W

October 25
Citrus (away)
1 pm

November 1
El Camino (home)
1 pm

November 8
Riverside (home)
1 pm

November 15
LA Harbor (away)
6 pm



Levi Plante PLANTE NAMED OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK (10/21/14)
Congratulations to freshman Quarterback Levi Plante, named SCFA National Central Offensive Player of the Week. Levi led the Panthers to a 40-36 upset of (previously undefeated) #1 Long Beach City College Saturday. Plante had 351 yards passing (#10 school record), 2 touchdowns, and 43 yards rushing. Levi is the 3rd Plante brother to play for the Panthers - following Aaron (Henderson State) and Luke (UNLV).
PANTHERS MOVE UP IN RANKING AFTER BIG WIN SATURDAY (10/20/14)
After Saturday's upset of Long Beach, the men move up in the CCCAA/CCCFCA poll to #9 in the National Division. Saturday, the men take on #11 Citrus at 1pm.
Levi Plante PANTHERS UPSET #1 LONG BEACH AT HOME (10/20/14)
Before a crowd of students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members that turned out for the college's Annual Tailgate Party, Panther Football upset undefeated Long Beach 40-36. The Panthers were led by freshman quarterback Levi Plante who earned a spot in the Chaffey record books with 351 yards passing. Marquis Wimberly had 150 yards receiving and a touchdown for the Panther offense. On defense, Anthonee Yim held the Vikings back with 14 tackles including four tackles for loss. The men travel to Citrus Saturday in continued conference action. Kickoff 1pm.
Nick Birdsong PANTHER MEN TAKE A CLOSE ONE TO SANTA ANA (10/13/14)
The Panthers came off their season bye week to host Santa Ana Saturday evening at Grigsby Field. Trailing by 14 after the close of the first quarter, the men battled hard, finishing the half 14-13. The Dons extended their lead to 23-20 to close the 3rd quarter and although they battled hard, the Panthers could not come back in the final moments to take the win. Once again, quarterback duties were split between returner Dimitri Morales and newcomer Levi Plante. Plante threw for 96 yards and led the Panther rushing with 41 yards. Nick Birdsong had his best game this season with two receptions, 38 yards rushing and two touchdowns. Rigoberto Luna had a perfect game with three completed field goals (including a 46 yard FG) and one extra point. He also had six punts and six kickoffs. The men host Long Beach City College next Saturday for the college's Annual Tailgate game.
FOOTBALL RANKED #12 IN THE NATIONAL CONFERENCE FOR 2ND WEEK (10/7/14)
In this week's CCCAA/CCCFCA regional poll, Panther Football held onto the #12 position in the highly competitive National Conference. The men take on #14 Santa Ana Saturday at home.
FOOTBALL RANKED #12 IN THE NATIONAL CONFERENCE (9/29/14)
In this week's CCCAA/CCCFCA regional poll, Panther Football took the #12 position in the highly competitive National Conference. The men have a bye this week and resume play on the 11th at home against Santa Ana.
Rigoberto Luna 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 and #16 in the statewide poll.
Ricky Moland PANTHER TAKE A HIT FROM HANCOCK (9/22/14)
Panther Football opened the 2014 home season Saturday, hosting the Allan Hancock Bulldogs. In a close race to the finish, the Panthers came up short 26-24. The Bulldogs took an early lead that was quickly tied by a Panthers touchdown when Cecil Fleming ran 63 yards to score the first TD for the team. A Hancock field goal closed the first half at 10-7 AHC. Chaffey started the third quarter with a safety followed by a touchdown and two-point conversion to take the lead 10-17. Alex Olivas had an impressive end zone interception in the 3rd to hold off a Bulldog touchdown. This was Olivas' second end zone interception this season. That lead would last until the final quarter when Hancock scored back-to-back touchdowns. Despite a final minutes Chaffey TD, the team could not retake the lead and suffered their first loss of the season. Ricky Moland led the Panther offense with 127 yards rushing over 20 carries. The men travel to Mt SAC next Saturday to open the National Central Conference season.
Alec Dana 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.
FOOTBALL RANKED #10 IN THE STATE (9/15/14)
Panther Football entered the state Top 10 this week as ranked by the football coaches' association. That's a 5 position jump from last week and 13 from the pre-season poll.
PANTHER FOOTBALL #30 NATIONWIDE (9/15/14)
The men entered the JC Gridiron nationwide ranking this week in the #30 spot.
Alec Dana PANTHERS TAKE DOWN MOORPARK (9/15/14)
The men traveled to Moorpark Saturday, defeating the Raiders 34-20 to remain undefeated on the season. The Panthers led at the half 10-7. Up by 4 in the 3rd, the Panthers blocked a PAT by Moorpark, with Kendall Chambliss scoring on a 98 yard safety to take the score to 19-13. The Raiders answered back in the 4th, taking the lead by 1 but the Panthers were not to be stopped - scoring twice in the final quarter off Levi Plante passes to Michael Robert and Alec Dana. Dana led the Panther offense with 247 yards in 12 receptions including 2 touchdowns. Plante, in his college debut, threw for 429 yards and 4 touchdowns. The men host Allan Hancock Saturday afternoon for the 2014 home opener. Hancock is coming off a 33-27 loss to Santa Barbara Saturday.
PANTHER FOOTBALL MOVES UP 8 SPOTS TO #15 (9/8/14)
With a win over OCC last Saturday, the Panther men have moved up in the CCCFCA/JCAB rankings to #15.
Rigoberto Luna PANTHERS TAKE 2014 SEASON OPENER (9/8/14)
The men opened the 2014 season with a win over Orange Coast Saturday 17-14. The Panthers trailed at the half 7-14 after a 18 yard pass by Dimitri Morales to Michael Robert put the men on the board for the first time. In the third, Tyler Telphy rushed for 36 yards to tie the game for the Panthers. With only 28 seconds remaining, Rigoberto Luna nailed a 33 yard field goal to take the Panthers to a 3 point lead over the Pirates. The men travel to Moorpark Saturday to take on the Raiders at 6pm. Moorpark is coming off a 44-27 loss to Long Beach last weekend.
PANTHER FOOTBALL RANKED PRESEASON TOP 25 (9/1/14)
The Panthers entered the CCCFCA/JCAB preseason poll in the #23 statewide berth.
Summer 2014 NLI signingSEVEN PANTHERS TRANSFERRING (7/28/14)
Panther Football announced today the transfer of seven more players from the 2013 conference championship team. Congratulations to:

Michael Boyd #7 - Evangel University (NAIA)
Andrew Perez #16 - Rockford University (DIII)
Reggie Lesueur #21 - Southeastern Louisiana University (D1)
Keegan Verdugo #33 - Minot State University (DII)
Lenier Lee #44 - Tennessee Tech University (D1)
Michael Livingston #51 - Grandview University (NAIA)
Benjamin Barnes #70 - Rocky Mountain College (NAIA)

Spring 2014 NLI signingTHREE PANTHERS SIGN NLI (2/5/14)
Congratulations to our three football players that signed their NLIs this morning - Daniel Duarte, Lucas White and Dejai Jones. All three athletes are moving onto South Dakota School of Mines and Technology.
Fall 2013 NLI signingFOUR PANTHERS SIGN NLI (12/18/13)
Congratulations to our four football players that signed their NLIs this morning - Kyle Wright (San Jose State), Dillon Hedgepeth (South Dakota School of Mines and Technology), Kaige Lawrence (University of Arizona), and Andrew Robateau (Northern Arizona University).


   


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