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Former Dallas Stars Player Stephen Johns Takes on #MentalMiles

Rebecca Rathbun, Staff Writer July 5, 2021

Stephen Johns, former Dallas Stars defenseman retired in June at the age of 29, after struggling with reoccurring post-concussion syndrome for three seasons. Following the announcement Johns...

What the NIL Bill Means for Texas College Athletes and How Students Can Prepare

What the NIL Bill Means for Texas College Athletes and How Students Can Prepare

Rebecca Rathbun, Student Writer June 23, 2021

Student athletes have long been disallowed to make money off of their own name, face, and reputation; while universities make money off of merchandise, ticket sales, and concessions. The revenue...

Bootcamp Opens Up to HCC Students

Bootcamp Opens Up to HCC Students

Geovany, Staff Writer October 22, 2019

If you're looking for some serious workouts at HCC, look no further. For those looking for a physical or mental transformation, this is the place for you. Expect doing laps and high-intensity warm-ups...

Houston Astros pitcher Dallas Keuchel throws in the first inning against the Texas Rangers in a baseball game Monday May 4, 2015

Astros start May off hot

John Cañamar, Sports Editor May 8, 2015

Astros start off white hot in the month of May after a historic month of April. The Astros continue their hot streak in the month of May by completing a four game sweep of the Seattle Mariners that...

Professional drag racer Leah Pritchett signs autographs for young fans during last weeks OReilly Auto Parts NHRA SpringNationals at Royal Purple Raceway in Baytown, Texas. 
The Top Fuel racer earned her way into the first round of Sundays final eliminations before bowing out of the competition.

Pritchett burns rubber on drag strip

John Cañamar, Sport's Editor May 8, 2015

BAYTOWN, Texas — In less than 5 seconds, at speeds that can reach over 300 miles per hour, Leah Pritchett flies down the 1,000-foot drag strip with the help of her pit crew, the Dote Racing team. In...

Houston Astros designated hitter Evan Gattis (11) celebrates his three-run home run against the Seattle Mariners with teammate George Springer (4) in the first inning of a baseball game on Sunday, May 3, in Houston.

Astros ride hot streak to first place in AL West

John Cañamar, Sport's Editor May 8, 2015

The Houston Astros are MLB’s Shooting Star in the month of April. With the calendar turning over to the month of May, the Houston Astros find themselves with a record that they haven’t seen since...

Power’s Byrena Washington, Rachel Zabawa, Anisha Baxter and Tiffany Phillips gathered on the field for the coin toss. The Outlaws won the toss and chose to receive the ball first.

Power beats Outlaws in Women’s Football

Alice Mellado, Staff Writer April 17, 2015

NFL football season begins shortly, but Houston also has a professional women’s team to cheer on. Though somewhat under the radar and long over due, the Women’s Football Alliance consists of women...

US -VS- Mexico

The Stars and Stripes Kick Their Way to Victory!

John Cañamar, Sports Editor April 15, 2015

San Antonio – At 8:00 Mexico started the soccer match against the U.S. after protesting the condition of the field a day before. Although this is classified as a friendly match since neither team will...

In this Jan. 30 photo, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell participates in a news conference for the NFL Super Bowl XLIX football game in Phoenix. Goodell said during the Super Bowl great progress had been made regarding conduct across the league. Yet early into 2015, there have been more than a half-dozen players arrested, a star suspended, an agent indicted, a popular player entering rehab and a Hall of Famer fired.

NFL arrest season starts fast

Three-and-out
John Cañamar, Sports Editor February 12, 2015
Joseph Randle was arrested for the second time in less than four months. The mother of his child called 911 and stated that Randle was fighting with her. When police arrived at the hotel in Wichita, Kansas Randle was arrested, but not taken to jail on possession of marijuana. Randle was ordered to appear in court in three weeks for the possession of marijuana. On Friday charges for marijuana against Randle were dropped. There is still an ongoing investigation on the alleged act of Randle pulling a gun out and aiming it at a car in which his son was in.
The newly renovated San-Jacinto-Memorial-Building-on HCCs Central Campus, 1300 Holman.

A central fitness face-lift

Brenda Jacoby , Contributor December 5, 2014

A recent renovation of the San Jacinto Memorial Building included a state-of-the-art upgrade for HCC’s Central campus Fitness Center. The sleek workout space now sports a weight and cardio area, basketball...

Andrew Crews, HCC student tennis athlete.

Club tennis for the match

Brenda Jacoby, Contributor November 28, 2014

Tennis season for Houston Community College's Eagles has ended for 2014. Crushing losses and sweet victories made the year memorable for Coach Carlton Abernathy and his team. Scheduled matches begin...

Southwest mens soccer get the tickets for Dallas

Southwest men’s soccer get the tickets for Dallas

Maria Smith November 3, 2014
The Eagles upset the University of Houston-Downtown 6-1 in the championship match-up, earning a trip to the NIRSA (National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association) Region IV Tournament at The University of Texas at Dallas. This is the second trip to regionals for a HCCS college and the first time for the Southwest college. Under the guidelines of coach Ubaldo Lucio and his work team; the team was able to accomplish their goals for this season tournament. "As a team, we fulfilled our expectations for the tournament. We set out to be the best and we did it."
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