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New sports fields expected for fall completion

New sports fields expected for fall completion

May 4, 2012

A new baseball field, softball field and two new soccer fields are being built on the northwest side...

Editorial: Maloofs break agreement for the new arena

Jon Wilson and Zach Hannigan, Connection Staff

April 18, 2012

Fans have endured a lack of commitment from the Kings’ owners–the Maloof family–for over a decade now. The time has come for them to either put up or shut up. In a letter to the Maloofs on April 12, Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson expressed his disappointment with the Maloofs for not honoring their verbal agreement,...

A new arena could redefine Sacramento

Jon Wilson, Connection Staff

March 1, 2012

Last year, after scares of the Sacramento Kings relocating to Anaheim due to Sacramento having an outdated arena, the NBA and the Maloofs—family that owns the Kings—agreed to give the city one more year to approve a new arena or relocation talks would be readdressed. Now, only a few days are left until March 6, when the...

Hawks set to be road warriors, coach says

Jon Wilson, Connection Staff

February 9, 2012

After the 2011 season ended just one game short of making the state finals, the 2012 Cosumnes River College baseball team will face an unusual obstacle in getting back to that point this season. With construction underway at CRC, the baseball field was demolished and will not be rebuilt until next season, meaning the Hawks wil...

Hawks fail to snap Santa Rosa’s undefeated conference record

Hawks fail to snap Santa Rosa’s undefeated conference record

Jon Wilson, Connection Staff

January 27, 2012

Perimeter shooting and interior defense propelled the Santa Rosa Bear Cubs (18-4, 7-0) past the Cosumnes...

Martin Luther King Jr. fought so we could soar

Jon Wilson, Connection Staff

January 25, 2012

It wasn’t until grade school and the lessons during Black History Month that I realized not everyone in the United States had always been treated equally. My naivete was because, as a young child, my mother always taught me the value in everyone, regardless of who they were or what they looked like. What I was soon to l...

Hawks snap two-game losing streak against rival Panthers

Jon Wilson, Connection Staff

January 23, 2012

As rain poured outside on Jan. 20, the Cosumnes River College men’s basketball team weathered the storm on the court and avoided a third straight loss by beating its rival, the Sacramento City College Panthers, 72-69. Hawks’ sophomore forward Tony Gill led all scorers with 20 points, 17 of which came in the second half...

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