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by Warren Brannoch   A couple of months ago, a long road to a national championship ended for GCC’s volleyball team. Entering the regional playoffs, the team was only 14-13 barely qualifying as the fourth seed. Many people thought there was very little, if no chance for the team to…

by Seth Askelson The annual GCC alumni baseball game commenced on the Gauchos baseball field Jan. 24. This is the time where old players reconnect with their coaches and get their first look at the new team. “There’s a lot of old teammates I get to see, a lot of…

by Danny Bush The Super Bowl is here. It doesn’t last but three short, action-packed hours and it’s expensive. Fundamentally, nearly every student lacks necessary funds to do more than watch the game on TV. Luckily, there are several events in the metropolitan area that are made for celebrating the…

by Nick Colecchio College football playoffs are over and it was more successful than expected. After much controversy of the final team who was selected to play for the championship it worked out that the last team selected wound up winning the whole thing. When the playoff committee got together…

by Meret Patrenos The hum of the power generators running the lights was audible over the game and the spectators. There was not loud rock ‘n’ roll on the speakers, referees were not talking, and the cheerleaders did not chant. Cheering and music were not needed at this game, as…

New Years Day 2007 saw one of the most entertaining college football games take place here in the valley. It was an astounding tale of David vs. Goliath that saw underdogs Boise State take down powerhouse Oklahoma in astounding fashion. The game was won in overtime after a series of…

by Warren Brannoch Glendale Community College Gauchos (GCC) volleyball program has always had a rich tradition of repeating as Regional Champions, and Arizona Community College Athletic Conference (ACCAC) Champions, but when reaching the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) national tournament, have always come up just short. Glendale head coach,…

by Nick Colecchio On Oct. 28 the San Antonio Spurs got their rings and raised yet another banner in the rafters, signifying that the 2014-15 NBA season is officially under way. With a new season comes a new chapter to be written in NBA history. Which means which team will…

by Warren Brannoch With the National Hockey League (NHL) schedule in full swing, there are a lot of new things about the Coyotes that have changed since last season. Not only has their arena name been changed from Jobing.com Arena, to Gila River Arena, but the team has changed its…

by Nick Colecchio The World Series is as tight as it can get right now as through five games, the San Francisco Giants lead the Kansas City Royals three games to two. Coming into this series these two teams couldn’t be coming from more opposite sides of each other. For…