Friday, October 31, 2008

PCC men's soccer team vs. Compton today; Women's have a bye

Right defender Bryant Castillo will start in the PCC's first eleven after missing Tuesday's game due to a red card. PCC vs. Compton, today. (Photo Courtesy by Richard Quinton)

Pasadena City College men's soccer team will play against Compton College, a team that PCC has already beaten in the first round by 2-1. The game will start today 3 p.m. at PCC's Robinson Stadium.
PCC is coming pumped up from Tuesday's game, where they gathered a very valuable triumph from Long Beach as they defeated LBCC 1-0.
Defender Albrik Tahmasian was the author of the only goal of the game.
The win helped the Lancers to lift their power points as well as their ranking in the state standings. Now, the Lancers are No. 3 in the state and first in the South Coast Conference.
Counting today’s game, they are five games left in the season, and as the Lancers plan to clinch the conference, they only depend on themselves.
As of the women’s, they will have a bye since Compton College does not have a women’s soccer team.

More games in the SCC for today:

Long Beach CC @ Mt. SAC - Definitely an important game that whoever loses will start to say good bye to the first spot in the SCC

Cerritos @ Harbor – same as above.

El Camino @ East LA – Probably, the game with less importance in the conference.

Now the standings in the SCC are:
1-PCC 21pts.
2- Cerritos 19
3-Mt. SAC 19
4- LBCC 17
5-Harbor 11
6-Compton 10
7-ELAC 3
8- El Camino 2

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