December 16, 2013 |
After spending seven years in minor league baseball, former El Camino Real standout Tyler Kolodny became a tight end at Pierce College in the fall and now he has accepted a scholarship to the University of Memphis at the age of 25. It's already quite a story for Kolodny to change sports and succeed. But he's on his way. Eric.email@example.com
November 14, 2013 |
Arturo Arevalo, a senior at Bravo, led all City Section boys in running 15:53.65 at the prelims on Thursday at Pierce College. Steve Correa of San Pedro ran 15:56.79. Ryan Alexander of Birmingham, one of the favorites for next week's finals, ran 16:11.30. In girls, Marissa Williams of Palisades had the fastest time at 17:35.98. Here's the link for complete results from Prepcaltrack.com. Eric.firstname.lastname@example.org
September 26, 2013 |
USC faces a strong passing attack Saturday at Arizona State. And receiver Jaelen Strong is the focus. The 6-foot-4, 205-pound Strong caught 12 passes for 168 yards and a touchdown last week in the Sun Devils' 42-28 loss at Stanford. Strong, a Philadelphia native who transfered to Arizona State from Pierce College in Woodland Hills, has a team-best 24 receptions, two for touchdowns. Strong presents a match-up issue for the Trojans. “We're going to have to play really well, be really aggressive with him at the line of scrimmage and take him out of his game,” USC Coach Lane Kiffin said.
September 4, 2013 |
For seven years in the minor leagues, former Woodland Hills El Camino Real standout Tyler Kolodny did his best trying to move up. He never reached the major leagues. Now he has given up baseball and has switched to football. He's playing for Pierce College this season as a tight end at the age of 25. It will be interesting to see how quickly he can learn to play football. Eric.email@example.com
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October 12, 2012 |
Over the last 63 years, they've become experts on the weather in the western San Fernando Valley. So when operators of Pierce College's campus weather station suggested that those attending the unveiling of a major station upgrade bring umbrellas, people paid attention. It turned out to be partly sunny and dry during Thursday morning's ceremonies in Woodland Hills; the first light sprinkles didn't come for another three hours. Nonetheless, meteorology professors had canvas canopies on hand just in case the skies opened up before the speechmaking was over.
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July 29, 2012 |
In a class catalog, it probably would be listed as "College Promotion 101. " That's what it looks like along U.S. 101 in the western San Fernando Valley, where a proliferation of large directional signs point the way to local colleges and vocational schools. In all, school operators have managed to get 36 of the green signs placed along a seven-mile stretch of the Ventura Freeway in Tarzana and Woodland Hills. It's the largest cluster of college directional signs in the Los Angeles area.