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A letter from the editor
February 6, 2024

Fresno City Rams take charge

Despite the best efforts of second-seeded Chris Salazar and the rest of the team, City College lost both women's and men's conference matches to Fresno City College. Photo by || Vincent Fernandez

The bright sunlight, a breeze of wind in the air and sounds of neon green balls being pummeled across the courts are all part of a heated tennis match.

City College men’s and women’s tennis teams faced the Fresno City College Rams in a conference home game on March 1. The Panthers lost 9-0 on both the men’s and women’s team.

On one end of the court, the men played doubles, facing off with one another. On another court, the women competed in a mixed doubles heated battle.

City College tennis player Tri Nguyen played an aggressive offensive, sweeping the court with speed and accuracy. The intensity flew back and forth between both teams as the whistling sounds of neon green bullets flew through the air.
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“They’re the top two,” City College tennis player Judd Chico commented about the opponent. “From what I can tell they’re really experienced.”

As the match progressed, the wind chills became a factor testing City College’s tennis team. However, it did not temper the Panthers’ dedication to fight back, though they eventually fell to the horns of the Rams.

For their next match, the Panthers will travel out of town to Reedley College for a conference game March 4.

For more season schedule and information about City College’s tennis team, click here.

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