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A letter from the editor
February 6, 2024

Panthers volleyball continues to roll

The Panthers volleyball team huddles during their match against the Cosumnes River Hawks. "We all have talent. We all have faith in each other." said Alexxus Fisher, a sophomore defensive specialist on the team. They won the Nov. 12 match, 25-15, 25-17. 25-20, at the City College Gym. Photo by ||Cyrette Smith|| [email protected]

The City College volleyball team continued its dominant play against Big-8 opponents, beating Modesto City College on Oct. 26, in the North Gym.

With their recent play, the Panthers are also sending a message to the rest of their conference foes: Watch out.

The Panthers (17-4) beat Modesto City College to extend their winning streak to three matches. The Panthers lead the Big-8 Conference and are 8-1 over their last nine matches.

The Panthers got off to a slow start as Modesto (2-6) won the first game, but the Panthers regrouped and won the next three games to hand the Vikings to their third loss in their last five matches.

The team needs more consistent energy and a killer instinct, said Panthers head coach Laurie Nash.
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“We were so up and down tonight,” Nash said. “Mentally, we were not up to par.”

City College is ranked seventh in the state and third in the Northern California region.

“This is one of the strongest conferences in California. Teams are coming after us,” Nash said.

The Panthers next game is against Santa Rosa Junior College on Friday, Oct.29.

To view a complete schedule and up-to-date news on the Panthers, click here.

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