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A Coaching Milestone

A Coaching Milestone

Connor Roestel, Staff Writer

November 8, 2019

At the start of October, Erik Cruz became EvCC Men’s Soccer Most Winningest Coach in the program’s history. Cruz has won 31 games currently in his fourth season, surpassing Scott Willsie who accumulated 29 wins during his tenure that spanned for eight seasons. “Erik has done a great job over...

Opportunities Abroad

Opportunities Abroad

Connor Roestel, Staff Writer

October 17, 2019

Mamadi Sarr is a sophomore midfielder from Banjul, Gambia. Jorge DeFreitas is a freshmen defender from Jundidai, Brazil. What’s brought them to Everett Community College is the academic and athletic opportunities far from home. Sarr recalls playing soccer as early as five, but opportunities as he got o...

Women’s Soccer vs Skagit Valley 10/9

Connor Roestel, Staff Writer

October 14, 2019

The Everett Trojans women's soccer team takes on Skagit Valley at Kasch Park for a midweek match in conference play.

Mens Soccer Starts Month of October With 4-2 Win Over Shoreline

Connor Roestel, Staff Writer

October 8, 2019

  The Everett Trojans Mens Soccer team starts the final month of the regular season off with a home match at Kasch Park against Shoreline Community College....

EvCC Succumbs to Lower Columbia College in NWAC Baseball Finals

EvCC Succumbs to Lower Columbia College in NWAC Baseball Finals

Connor Roestel, Sports Editor

June 7, 2019

The Trojans Baseball Team returned for the third appearance in the NWAC Championship Baseball Final in four years. Throughout the tournament, which took place from May 23-27, the Trojans had set themselves up to be a potential finalist in the championship, playing terrific baseball in their four games le...

Sweet, Sweet Victory

Sweet, Sweet Victory

Brent Pratley, Staff Writer

May 20, 2019

After last seasons disappointing ending, going out in the second round of the losers bracket, the Trojans baseball team is looking for revenge. Going into the last weekend of the regular season the Trojans are 33-7 overall (17-3 in Conference) and have already booked their ticket to the Northwest Athleti...

Fantasy Football for Dummies: How to Dominate the Fantasy Leagues

Fantasy Football for Dummies: How to Dominate the Fantasy Leagues

Katina Brown and Peyton Draper

May 16, 2019

If you’ve ever been around a football fan, you’ve probably heard about fantasy football. The game of putting together a team of players from around the NFL to go against another person’s patch-worked team. According to the Washington Post, over 59 million people play fantasy football each sea...

Trojans/Tritons Rivalry is Officially Born

Trojans/Tritons Rivalry is Officially Born

Connor Roestel, Sports Editor

May 16, 2019

Sports have always provided narratives of rivalry at the collegiate and professional levels between teams and athletes. In baseball, it’s the Boston Red Sox versus the New York Yankees. In soccer in the US, it’s been the Seattle Sounders versus the Portland Timbers, in college football it’s Mich...

A Champion in the Making, 100 Meters at a Time

A Champion in the Making, 100 Meters at a Time

Brent Pratley, Staff Writer

April 29, 2019

He is ranked number one in the 100 meter, third in the 200 meter, and is the winner of the Men’s Track and Field Under Armour "Player of the Week" for week three. Dimeji Adekanbi, second-year EvCC student, is taking the Northwest Athletic Conference by storm. Ever since his freshman year of high...

The Art of Batting

The Art of Batting

Connor Roestel, Sports Editor

April 29, 2019

It’s been a staple to American culture since the mid-1800s and doesn’t get more American than apple pie. Perhaps the hardest aspect of playing the sport of baseball is batting. The art of hitting a baseball is not taught through a game of Fortnight or Youtube. It’s taught through many years of pr...

Trojans Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach Fired

Brent Pratley, Staff Writer

April 7, 2019

After two seasons as assistant coach of the women's basketball team, Rob Balderas has been fired. This season was tough for the team. Before the season had started, multiple players had walked away, forcing the Trojans to play with only six players on the roaster. The Clipper was unable to reach any of the p...

Trojans Mens Basketball Three-point Shot at Buzzer

Connor Roestel, Sports Editor

March 13, 2019

On March 7 the Everett Trojans battled Lower Columbia College in the Sweet 16 game of the NWAC Basketball Championships at the Walt Price Fitness Center. With seconds left on the clock Everett needed a three point shot to send the game into over time keeping their tournament hopes alive. Jon Parker's thre...