On Friday night, the Saddleback Bobcats beat Goldenwest 84-75 as they extended their win streak to four wins. Saddleback finds themselves in a tie for first place after
For the first time ever, two brothers in the National Basketball Association history were top five picks in the NBA draft. The first brother is already a well-known
One of the more peculiar changes that came from the COVID-19 quarantine this year is how the social distancing and stay-at-home orders affected sports players at local parks.
Sports account for some of our greatest sources of entertainment because of their must-see action. They show rivalry and huge battles, while also showing the hard work that
On Nov. 20, National Basketball Association free agency started, which means teams around the league could sign any player they wanted. As usual, both the Los Angeles Lakers
Saddleback College men’s basketball team began the 20th annual Bill Brummel Classic with a win over MiraCosta College Thursday night at the Saddleback Gymnasium. After losing four out
The Saddleback College women’s basketball team kicked off the Lady Gaucho Classic VI against the Scottsdale College Artichokes on Thursday, Nov. 16. The Lady Gauchos lost in overtime
The Saddleback men’s basketball team drop the rock at home 74-54 on Thursday evening in their conference championship game against the Fullerton College Hornets. They finish the season
A profile feature about Saddleback College basketball player Devonte Klines, a freshman who played as a guard for the Gauchos this past season, was published to the
While the world was distracted by a Kobe Bryant farewell that it felt like it came straight out of a fairy tale, another somewhat notable event took place
On Tuesday, Saddleback College’s Women’s Basketball hosted the Santa Ana Dons as they looked to improve on what has been a losing season that is nearing it’s end.
It is safe to say that Saddleback men’s basketball has been doing well. They have not lost a game since Nov. 28 and had no intention on losing