Chicago Cubs looking to reject the curse

October 27, 2016 10:26 am0 comments
Chicago Cubs looking to reject the curse

As October moves on, the baseball universe gets closer to crowning it’s 2016 World Series champions. The odds of a specific team winning fluctuate from person to person. Statistically speaking, the Cleveland Indians and the Chicago Cubs are more likely to win the title than the Los Angeles Dodgers or […]

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Sacramento Kings celebrate Fan Fest

October 7, 2016 10:23 am0 comments

The Sacramento Kings are ready to open a brand new arena, the Golden One Center, this month. The arena broke ground on Oct. 29, 2014 with the idea of becoming the most technologically-advanced arena in the world. “All of the resources of the arena are at their fingertips with the […]

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Fun activities in Stockton for exercise

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Looking for something fun to do with your family or friends? These local activity centers are great places to have fun while engaging in sports and exercise. Sky Zone Trampoline Park: 5358 Pacific Ave., Stockton Phone: (209) 888-0900 Sky Zone offers Sky Jam on Saturdays from 8 p.m. to 10 […]

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NFL doesn’t support memorial cleats

September 23, 2016 2:03 pm0 comments

The First Amendment is what makes this country what it is; a place where people can voice opinions freely without being thrown into a prison camp or executed. But is there a time and place where sharing your opinion shouldn’t be allowed? Should a football player be allowed to sit […]

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Kaepernick’s kneeling gets bipolar reactions

September 21, 2016 3:29 pm0 comments
Kaepernick’s kneeling gets bipolar reactions

It’s generally customary, not mandatory, to stand and place your right hand over your heart during the playing of the National Anthem. But on Aug. 25, at Levi Stadium in Santa Clara, the San Francisco 49ers hosted the Green Bay Packers in a week three pre-season exhibition match. 49ers backup […]

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Football looks forward to advancing

September 15, 2016 10:04 am0 comments

The Delta College football team looks forward to advancing this season. Last year the Mustangs ended the season with a five game winning streak, and a 7-4 record. It was Delta’s first winning streak since 2012. “Last year is what we expect and more, we got a lot of good […]

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Player now, then battle

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On Sept. 3, Delta College’s women’s water polo team held an alumni game where past Lady Mustangs took on against current players. “It’s more of a reunion, your current team versus your older players, and I love this, the players that I used to coach and see going against the […]

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Raiders submit application for Vegas move

September 9, 2016 9:42 am0 comments

n Aug. 20, the Oakland Raiders submitted a request to have the “Las Vegas Raiders” name trademarked. “I think they’re going to lose possibly their fans. They’ve been in the Bay for a while and everyone from California is not going to want to drive to Vegas. Actual fans will, […]

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Lady Mustangs volleyball serving up a killer start

September 8, 2016 11:57 am0 comments

The Lady Mustangs Volleyball team faced off against two opponents, Yuba and Solano, on Aug. 26. Expectations were high going into the game. “We have a great group of girls who are working hard. We started our training in June and have been together all summer. Being back-to-back Big 8 […]

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Soccer star ‘Pele’ scores with his story on big screen

May 7, 2016 4:58 am0 comments

Seeing a film of a soccer player known as the greatest player of all time would attract many soccer fans and it’s actually happening with the movie “Pele: Birth of a Legend.” The film is a biopic independent film coming to the big screen on May 13. Kevin De Paula […]

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Soccer field set to open in fall 2016

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After nearly a decade of setbacks, Delta College will have a fully functioning soccer field in the fall, but must deal with one last problem. The installation of artificial turf has been put on hold due to a Killdeer bird that has nested on the soccer pitch. “It’s like a […]

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NFL teams heading in different directions: RAIDERS

May 5, 2016 11:25 pm0 comments

The NFL draft has finally come and gone and it’s time for the part everyone loves, grades. Specifically with the Oakland (maybe not for long in Oakland) Raiders who started the day with eight available draft picks but ended up with seven selections. Beginning in the first round with the […]

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Mustang’s playoff bound

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Delta College Mustangs’ baseball (fourth place, Big 8) has once again made into the postseason, this will mark their fourth consecutive playoff appearance and it’s fifth in six years. The road to the postseason play was challenging considering that Delta had to replace three of the team’s starting pitchers that […]

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NFL teams heading in different directions: 49ers

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In the past two years, the San Francisco 49ers have left their fans in a depressed state of thought wondering, will we ever win another super bowl? Are the Raiders really better than us? What are the odds that Joe Montana can come back? Coming off their first losing season […]

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Freshmen looking forward to new challenges

April 28, 2016 9:06 pm0 comments

Countless student-athletes enter Delta College with the goal of earning an athletic scholarship to a Division I university — few receive the honor — even fewer due so with three years of eligibility remaining. Alex Dentoni, 19, and Andre Lindsey, 20, have accomplished this feat as they’ve committed earlier this […]

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No loyalty anywhere in sports

April 23, 2016 4:04 am0 comments

With different sports teams winning championships every year means a certain type of people come out from the shadows. Bandwagoners seem to always pop up at the end of a team’s title run no matter the sport. The one and done fans are a loyal team fans nightmare. For example, […]

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Swimmers prepare for finals

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The San Joaquin Delta College men and women’s swimming team is heading to the Big 8 swimming championships on Thursday through Saturday. The team has done well this season and doesn’t plan letting up after the Big 8. “We should have five girl relays [and] we’re hoping for five guy […]

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New talent cleaning up baseball

April 21, 2016 9:48 pm0 comments

America’s pastime has been revitalized with a new wave of athletes. Gone are baseball’s shadow of the steroid era, as the illegal enhancer has withdrawn and the sport is starting to flourish again with no juice needed. “I think it’s in good shape, there’s some good young talent coming up […]

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Concussions major concern for Mustangs athletes

April 12, 2016 8:36 pm0 comments

A new blood test to detect the presence of concussions could change the way athletes and coaches respond to head injuries, according to researchers from Orlando Health in Florida. The findings, published in the Journal American Medical Association (JAMA), showed that high levels of glial fibrillary acidic protein (GFAP) are […]

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Baseball sinks lowly vikings early

April 8, 2016 12:15 am0 comments
EYE ON THE BALL: Mustang’s catcher Shea Sbranti prepares
The Mustangs to swing during the Mustangs 10-4 victory on April 2. PHOTO BY ZACHARIAH MERCES-SPINDLER

On April 2, the Delta College baseball team showed little mercy on the Diablo Valley College Vikings with a 10-4 beat down at Nick Cecchetti Field.

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