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OC Hits Buzzer Beater to Defeat LA Pierce

January 5, 2019—Oxnard

The Condors Nest went crazy as Tahj Comeaux (left) hit a 35-foot buzzer beater to take down LA Pierce (11-8) on Saturday night.

With the score tied at 82, KV Myricks (18 points, seven assists, seven steals, five rebounds) dribbled to the right side of the arc, swung a pass to Comeaux who calmly hit the biggest shot of his young college career. “I didn’t forget the clock,” said Myricks.  “I saw my teammate cut and thought he had a good look, but they had him covered, so I swung it back to Tahj.”

Many on the Brahma side of the court thought that the clock had expired, but the referees counted the basket to give OC (4-10) the 85-82 victory.

“That was a nice win for the guys,” said head coach Ron McClurkin.  “That’s three out of the last four, and they are starting to buy in to what we are trying to teach.”

Shavontea Ennis had 16 points, Will Blue had 12 points and six rebounds, with Taieem and Tahj Comeaux balancing the scoring at 10 and 11 each.

Oxnard will finish their non-conference schedule on Friday when they host LA Valley College at 5:00.  The Lady Condors will tip-off at 7:00 against the Compton Tartars.

Basketball Recap:  Condors See Success at Tournaments

Oxnard, CA-- December 17, 2018

After a tough stretch for both the men’s and women’s basketball programs, Oxnard College got back in the win column over the weekend.

The men dropped their first game at the annual LA Southwest to the host college, 81-72.

Al Stubbs led OC with 15 points and eight rebounds.  Teammates Rameek Wooten had 12 points, while Tahj Comeaux put in 11 points to go along with five rebounds.

The Condors played better on the defensive end of the floor, but only shot 50% from the free-throw line.

The next two days of the tourney saw a different energy from the Condors.  “We had balanced scoring, and I think it was the first time we played together as a team.  We found our identity, we shared the ball, and played solid defense,” said head coach Ron McClurkin.

Oxnard overcame a 15-point halftime deficit to beat Orange Coast College, 80-77.

KV Myricks led OC with 14 points, four assists, and three rebounds.  William Blue (pic) scored 12 points to go along with four boards and four assists.  Al Stubbs had another solid outing with 12 and five, and teammate Tahj Comeaux had 13 points.  Kai Ennis scored nine points and Taieem Comeaux added nine of his own.

In the final game of the tournament, Oxnard defeated Santa Ana 91-86, to move to 3-9 on the season. “We are improving each game, and that’s what you like to see as a coach,” replied McClurkin.

KV Myricks again led OC with 17 points and six boards, and Rameek Wooten added 14 points.  William Blue put up 13 points and grabbed 13 rebounds, and also earned All-Tournament honors.

Oxnard will take on the University of Los Angeles Divinity College on Tuesday, December 18th.

The Oxnard Women’s Team also had some success over the weekend.

The ladies dropped the first game of the LA Harbor Tournament 71-49 to LA Harbor College.

They came back the second night and won the next game, 59-33 over Southwest College. Natalie Maldonado (left) led the way for the Condors with 15 points, followed by Mary Nichols’ 12 points.  Freshman Nyia Freeman added 10 points, with Vanessa Maldonado chipping in nine for OC.

Both Vanessa and Natalie Maldonado were named to the All-Tournament team by the coaches.

“The women have so much fun, and are learning to play very competitive basketball.  They play very hard and have great attitudes all the time,” Said Ron McClurkin after the tournament.

After dropping the final game of the tourney, the Condors get a break until December 28th when they travel to the East LA Christmas Tourney.

Oxnard College Names Steve Hernandez Head Baseball Coach

November 29, 2018—Oxnard, CA

Coach Hernandez will become the eighth head coach in the history of Oxnard College Baseball, following Jerry White, George Peraza, Lindsay Meggs, Dave Taylor, Chris Stevens, Pat Wood, and Jon Larson.

“I am looking forward to continuing the great tradition of Oxnard College Baseball,” commented Coach Hernandez.  “I played and graduated from OC, I grew up in Oxnard so I really know what many of our players go through to transfer and have success at the next level.”

Coach Hernandez started with the Condors in 1990 as a player for two years, and then moved on to Chico State where he played and received his BA in Social Sciences.  He received his Master's in Education from National University.

He started his coaching career at Urban High School and then became the Head Coach at Carlmont High School, with a stint as coach of the Bay Area Rams and San Francisco Seals.  From 2002-2005 Coach Hernandez has been the Assistant Coach for Sierra College, the Alexandria Beetles (Northwoods League) and for the Anchorage Glacier Pilots (Alaska Baseball League).

Coach Hernandez then moved on to become the Head Coach at Pacifica High School (2003-2007).  As the coach, they set school records for most wins by a team, team batting average, team stolen bases, and team runs scored.

From 2008-2013 Steve coached in the Hawaiian Collegiate League and was also with the Conejo Oaks from 2013-2017

Men’s Basketball Nets First Win

November 14, 2018—Oxnard, CA

The Condors defeated the University of Antelope Valley JV team 118-89 on Wednesday night to earn their first victory of the season.

KV Myricks led the Condors with 20 points, with running mate, Al Stubbs notching 18.  Freshman Luis Cervantes had 16 points, and Tahj Comeaux grabbed 12 boards to go along with his 14 points.

“Our defense needs to get better...we can’t win conference games playing defense like that,” said head coach Ron McClurkin.  “We have the players to win games, but they will have to work on sitting down and making some stops.”

The Condors will be back in the Nest on November 28th, against LA trade Tech at 6:00.  They travel to LA Pierce on November 20th to take on the Brahmas at 6:00 as well.

Men’s Basketball Falls in 2 OT Thriller

November 7, 2018—Culver City, CA

The Condors Men’s Basketball Team traveled to West LA to take on the 2-1 Wildcats.  The game went to the sixty-minute mark, with WLA prevailing 101-99.

Sophomore standout Al Stubbs (left) played 41 minutes and had 27 points, seven steals, and four assists.  “All the guys fought hard, but it just wasn’t enough,” said Assistant Coach, Sampson Brue.

KV Myricks went for 19 points, Tahj Comeaux had 10 points and 13 boards, and Taieem Comeaux added 11 points with seven rebounds as well.

“We got great minutes off the bench by Jordan Sangers, Will Blue, and Kyron Ennis,” said Brue. 

The Wildcats got 23 points from Derrick Woods, followed by Terrell Waiters with 17.

Oxnard (0-3) will face off against the University of Antelope Valley JV on November 14th at 6:00 pm.  It will be the home opener for the Condors, with admission at $5.00.

Condor Women’s Basketball Opens against LA Harbor

November 6, 2018—Oxnard, CA

The Oxnard Women’s Basketball Team opened their 2018-19 season by hosting LA Harbor on Tuesday night. 

OC was hoping to light up their brand new scoreboard against the Seahawks, but fell short 62-57.

Sophomore starters Vanessa Maldonado and Mary Nichols led OC with 13 and 10 points, with Nichols grabbing 17 rebounds.  Alissa Aranda notched 11 points and five steals, with Natalie Maldonado and Kimberly Baltazar adding eight and six points, respectively.

“The team came out with energy and played hard. We need to make more of our open shots and free throws, but I liked the energy they showed,” said Head Coach Ron McClurkin.

The Condors will play in the West LA Tournament against Fullerton from 1:00 on Thursday.

Women’s Soccer Celebrate Sophomores; Men stay in WSC Hunt

November 6, 2018—Oxnard

The Condor Women’s Soccer team recognized seven sophomores playing in their final home contest in the Condors Nest on Tuesday afternoon.

The ceremony prior to kickoff included: Alexis Benavidez who is majoring in Marine Biology and would like to transfer to Fresno St. University, Alicia Cruz who is majoring in Architecture, and is planning to transfer to either Cal Poly SLO or Cal Berkeley, Raquel Razo, majoring in Kinesiology and Psychology, and wants to be an occupational therapist, Steph Rodriguez majoring in Natural Science and plans be a Dental Hygienist,  Steph Salcido is a Kinesiology major transferring to UCSB, Liset Vazquez is a Criminal Justice major, aspiring to be a police officer, and Tiffany Alvarado is studying English and will go on to earn her masters to become a professor.

The Condors gave up four goals, but played hard for 90 minutes.  Tiffany Alvarado added eight saves to her 140-career total. 

The Lady Condors will finish the season on the road at Hancock College on Friday at 1:00 pm.


The men’s soccer scored six goals against the Hancock Bulldogs to stay in WSC North contention.

After the Condors posted a 6-3 win over AHC, they remained two points behind Santa Monica College in the WSC North race.

David Garcia (pic) opened the scoring at the 11-minute mark an assist by JP Ortiz. 

After Hancock equalized on a goal by Ulysses Cardona, Oxnard made it 2-1 on a PK converted by Ortiz. 

David Garcia returned the favor to Ortiz to open the second half, 3-2 for the Condors.  Erik Lopez and Adolfo Magana both notched goals to put the game out of reach, halfway through the second frame. 

AHC’s Cardona added his second goal of the day at 80 minutes, but OC came right back with a goal by Ronaldo Esquivel to finish the scoring.

The Condors will be flying high to LA Mission College on Friday at 3:00.  A win by OC and a loss by Santa Monica will give Oxnard the WSC title.

Condor Men’s Cross Country Excels at SoCal Championships

November 2, 2018—Cerritos, CA

The Condors compete in the Southern California Regional Championships at the Don Knabe Regional Park and rose to the occasion by performing to the expectations they set out to do.

In the Women’s race, the Lady Condors placed 22nd out of the 26 total qualifying teams.  Kristal Silva leading the way, as she did all year, finished in 68th place with a time of 20:26 for the 5K course.  Kristal’s stellar performance earned her an individual spot at the CCCAA State Championships and will be the sole representative for the Lady Condors!  Fiona Rodriguez finishing her season very strong placing 131st with a time of 22:29.  Evelyn Herrera bouncing back from her performance at the conference championships finished in 141st place with a time of 23:29.  Gabriela Rivera running well placed 144th place with a time of 23:51.  Vanessa Garcia rounding out the team score finished in 152nd with a time of 24:31.  Valeria Gomez and Laura Salvador worked together and kicked hard to the finish placing 155th (24:59) and 157th (25:00) respectively.

In the Men’s race, the Condors placed 13th out of 28 scoring teams.  After losing out to send the team by one spot last year, the Condors fulfilled their promise to building an even stronger squad for this year’s run. Ricky Torres leading the way, placed 27th with a time of 20:17 for the 4 mile course.  Gildardo Baltazar finishing strong for the team placed 77th with a time of 21:18.  Luis Villalpondo hanging on tough placed 85th with a time of 21:26.  Just behind was Bulmaro De Alba placing 91st with a time of 21:30.  Omar Ramos rounding out the team score finished in 109th place with a time of 21:46.  Jorge Sandoval placed 183rd with a time of 25:32.  Pedro Martin finished in 190th place with a time of 28:22.

Next up, the Condors will represent once again at the CCCAA State Championships to be held at Woodward Park in Fresno, CA on November 17th

Soccer Unbeaten Streak Stretches to Seven

October 26, 2018--Oxnard, CA

The Condors did not want another tie against cross-county rival Moorpark College Friday afternoon.  

After 37 minutes of scoreless soccer, Arvin Bravo headed home a feed from Ari Jimenez to put the Condors ahead 1-0.  After a 0-0 tie the first time the two teams met, OC was finally able to break down the Raider defense for two scores, and a 2-0 victory.

Jose Reyna (pic) scored the only second half goal, on an assist from Miguel Coronel, to put the game on ice.  Oxnard's defense and goalie Ian Hernandez did the rest to shutout MC for the second game in Western State Conference play.  

The sweep gave Oxnard 16 points in the WSC North, and a 12-3-2 overall record.  The Condors will face off against SBCC next Tuesday, and SMCC the following Friday.  Those two crucial games look to decide the outcome of the competitive WSCN.

The Condor Harriers Place High at the Western State Conference Championships

October 19, 2018—Glendora, CA

In the WSC Women’s race, the Lady Condors took 9th place, which qualified them to the next round into the postseason.  Kristal Silva (pic) led the team placing 28th with a time of 21:43 for the 5K course.  Fiona Rodriguez rose the occasion to become the 2nd scorer for the team for the first time this season placing 41st with a time of 23:41.  Evelyn Herrera struggled with the warm conditions but managed to hang on for 53rd place with a time of 24:50.  Just behind was Gabriela Rivera in 54th place with a time of 24:54.  Vanessa Garcia ran tough to round out the team score placing 63rd with a time of 25:43.  Laura Salvador continuing to improve each race finished in 68th place with a time of 26:55.  Valeria Gomez ran her best race of the season to place 71st with a time of 27:22.  Marlene Erwing managed the course well to finish in 75th place with a time of 28:44.

In the Men’s race, the Condors took an outstanding 2nd place with 88 point beating out Cuesta (103 points) and just behind defending champions Glendale College.  Ricky Torres (pic) leading the way once again placed 3rd overall with a time of 21:07 for the 4 mile course.  Gildardo Baltazar putting in a clutch performance, when the team needed him, placed 17th with a time of 22:35.  Luis Villalpando just behind finished in 18th place with a time of 22:37.  Bulmaro De Alba holding his own finished in 24th place with a time of 22:50.  Omar Ramos running strong to round off the team score finished in 30th with a time of 23:09.  Jorge Sandoval managed to place 76th with a time of 26:44.  Pedro Martin placed 85th with a time of 30:15.  Juan Palomo place 93rd with a time of 42:19.

Next up, the Condors will head back to Southern California Regional Championships in Don Knabe Regional Park in Cerritos, CA on November 2nd.

Oxnard Jumps into Top-twenty with Big Wins; OC Women Fall at Cuesta

October 22, 2018—Santa Maria/San Luis Obispo, CA

After battling through the toughest stretch of games possible, the Oxnard College Men’s Soccer Team (10-3-2 overall) has regained its bearings.  With wins over top-ten opponents Santa Barbara and Santa Monica, Oxnard sits atop the WSC North standings at 3-0-1.

The wins moved Oxnard to #20 in the most recent CCCCSIA State Soccer Poll--

On Friday, OC traveled to Santa Maria to take on Alan Hancock College.   Sophomore Arvin Bravo (pic) had a big game for the Condors, scoring two goals as the Condors won 4-1.

Oxnard looks to keep the momentum going when they host LA Mission College on Tuesday at 4:00 pm.

The OC Women’s Team traveled to face #12 state-ranked Cuesta College on Friday afternoon. 

The Cougars proved too much for the Condors as they fell 5-1.

Sophomore standout Stephanie Rodriguez notched her 7th goal of the season to get Oxnard on the scoreboard.

The Condors look to rebound on Tuesday when they play in the first game of a double-header hosted by OC.  Kickoff is slated for 2:00 pm.

Oxnard Men’s Soccer Surging

October 16—Oxnard

Four days after taking down the 6th-ranked team in the state, the Condor men’s soccer team defeated the 7th-ranked Santa Monica Corsairs on Tuesday afternoon, 3-2.

The intense game began with a flurry of goals. 

OC’s Erik Lopez gathered an assist from JP Ortiz (left) 10 minutes into the game, to put the Condors ahead, 1-0.  SMCC answered three minutes later on a deflection into the OC net.

Oxnard regained their composure several minutes later, and J.P. Ortiz received a pass from Erik Lopez to move OC back in front, 2-1.  SMCC again answered with a goal by Eto Atiabet at 25:00.

Yet again, Ortiz was involved in a Condor strike by feeding Arvin Bravo for his first goal of the season, and the eventual game winner.

Both teams were unable to produce goals in the second half, with OC having to play a man down for nearly 30 minutes.

The win propelled Oxnard into the WSC lead at 9-3-2 and 2-0-1.  The team will travel to Santa Maria on Friday to take on Hancock College at 4:00.

The Condors Run Mt. SAC as a Tune-Up

October 15, 2018—Walnut, CA

In the Women’s race, the Lady Condors took 7th out of 10 scoring teams.  Kristal Silva finished in 28th place with a time of 21:23 for the 3 mile course.  Evelyn Herrera placed 59th with a time of 24:08.  Fiona Rodriguez continuing to get stronger finished in 62nd place with a time of 24:29.  Vanessa Garcia (left) returns to the fold to finish in 69th place with a time of 25:40.  Gabriela Rivera rounded out the team score in 71st place with time of 26:07.  Laura Salvador continuing to close the gap finished in 76th place with a time of 27:01.  Marlene Erwing and Valeria Gomez worked together through the entire race to finish in 84th (29:19) and 85th (29:19) respectively.

In the Men’s race, the Condors took 10th out of 14 scoring teams.  With Ricky Torres and Luis Villalpando taking a rest week, Gildardo Baltazar (left) led the way for Oxnard placing 29th with a time of 23:00 for the 4 mile course.  Bulmaro De Alba running strong finished in 48th place with a time of 23:42.  Omar Ramos having a tough race finished in 70th place with a time of 24:46.  Jorge Sandoval finished in 107th place with a time of 27:21.  Pedro Martin rounded out the team score placing 127th with a time of 32:26.  Juan Palomo finished in 132nd place with a time of 38:34.

Next up, the Condors will head to the Western State Conference Championships on October 19th at Bonelli Regional Park in San Dimas, CA.

Condors Take Down sixth-ranked SBCC; Women Tie MC

October 12, 2018—Oxnard

The Men’s Soccer team took down the Santa Barbara Vaqueros (6-2-2, 1-1) 4-2 on Friday afternoon.  The win moved OC to 8-3-2 overall and 1-0-1 in WSC play.

Oxnard got on the board first on a goal by Miguel Coronel, assisted by Alfonso Lopez, at the 19-minute mark.  SBCC countered ten minutes later to tie the score at 1-1.

Early in the second half, the Vaqueros used their speed up front to score another goal to move ahead 2-1.  While it looked as if the top-ranked Vaqueros were going to run away with the game, OC countered with a goal of their own.

Freshman Noah Dollenmayer headed home a terrific ball into the corner of the net at 70:00.  The goal was assisted by Jose Reyna, who controlled the center of the field all day.

Cristian Ramirez (above) scored the eventual game-winner on a great feed from Ari Jimenez, with only 11 minutes left to go in the game.  With SBCC pressing to equalize, David Garcia broke free and put the game away for good by working around the goalie for an empty net score.

Oxnard has another huge WSC contest on Tuesday against another top-ten ranked team.  Santa Monica comes to the Condors Nest to kick off against OC at 4:00.

For the first time in six years, Oxnard College Women’s Soccer came away with a point against Moorpark College.

The Condors went up 1-0 on an unassisted goal by sophomore Liset Vazquez early in the second half.  Oxnard was able to get a second on a great feed from Stephanie Salcido (pic) to Stephanie Rodriguez, to give the Condors a huge 2-0 lead.

Unfortunately, the lead was not big enough.  The Condors starting goalie, Raquel Razo, who was forced to come into action off the field because of an injury, did her best to keep MC off the board.  The Raiders scored in the 79th and 89th minute of the game to finish the game in a 2-2 tie.

The Condors travel to VC on Tuesday for another cross-county rival game at 6:00 pm.

Condor Soccer Report

October 10, 2018—Oxnard

After two hard fought wins over Citrus College and College of the Canyons, the Condor Men’s Soccer Team opened WSC play at Moorpark College.

OC’s goalie, Ian Hernandez (pic) earned his fifth shutout in 12 games, but the Condors were unable to score either.  The 0-0 tie moved Oxnard’s record to 7-3-2 on the season.  Arvin Bravo had two shots on goal, as did Miguel Coronel.

Ari Jimenez chalked goals in the Citrus game and against COC, but the freshman midfielder only had one shot against the Raiders.

The Lady Condors opened their conference play by hosting the SBCC Vaqueros.

SBCC put pressure on OC from the opening whistle, with 27 shots on goal. 

Tiffany Alvarado (pic) played outstanding in goal, stopping 24 tough shots.  Stephanie Rodriguez, who is quietly having a tremendous season, scored her sixth goal on an assist by sophomore standout Stephanie Salcido.

Oxnard fell to 0-1 in conference, but will have a chance at redemption when they host Moorpark on Friday at 2:00, in the Condors Nest

The Condors Compete at the WSC XC Preview

September 28, 2018—San Luis Obispo

In the Women’s race, the Lady Condors took 9th out of 11 scoring teams.  Kristal Silva leading the way finished in 21st place with a time of 22:06 for the hilly 5K course.  Evelyn Herrera firmly holding her position as the second scorer placed 48th in 25:04.  Fiona Rodriguez (left) continuing to improve ran 26:50 to finish in 60th place and right behind her was Gabriela Rivera in 61st with a time of 26:58.  Valeria Gomez and Laura Salvador ran together for the entire race and finished in 66th place (27:46) and 67th (27:47) respectively.

In the Men’s race, Oxnard took 3rd out of 11 scoring teams.  Ricky Torres back into action took 2nd place with a time of 21:49 for the 4 mile course.  Luis Villalpando holding it together took 17th place with a time of 23:06.  Omar Ramos (left) stepping it up placed 31st with a time of 23:59.  Just behind him was Bulmaro De Alba in 33rd place with a time of 24:01.  Rounding out the team score was Gildardo Baltazar struggling in the late stages of the race placed 43rd with a time of 24:26.  Jorge Sandoval placed 81st with a time of 27:13.  Pedro Martin finished in 90th with a time of 30:04 and Juan Paloma placed 99th with a time of 38:38.

Next up, the Condors will take a rest week and return to the Mt. SAC Invitational to be held on October 12th back in full force.

Condors Run Well at the Golden West Invitational

September 21, 2018—Huntington Beach, Ca

In the Women’s race, the Lady Condors took 7th place out of 11 scoring teams.  Kristal Silva put in a solid performance and placed 27th with a time of 21:43, for the 5K course.  Evelyn Herrera (left) finished strong in 71st place with a time of 24:43.  Fiona Rodriguez keeps moving up, and finished in 74th, with a time of 25:07.  Vanessa Garcia was not too far behind placing 76th with a time of 25:20.  Gabriela Rivera once again rounds out the team score finishing in 80th place with a time of 25:44.  Freshman Laura Salvador opened up her season for the Lady Condors and ran very well in her first race ever, finishing in 87th place with a time of 27:23.  Valeria Gomez was just behind in 88th place with a time of 27:35.

In the Men’s race, Oxnard took 8th place out of 13 scoring teams.  While resting Ricky Torres this week, Luis Villalpando (pic) led the Condors for the day finishing in 12th in 21:53 for the 4 mile course.  Omar Ramos stepped up to be the second scorer for the team finishing in 43rd place with a time of 22:48.  Gildardo Baltazar ran tough to finish in 22:49.  Bulmaro De Alba rounded out the team score in 48th place with a time of 22:56.  Jorge Sandoval finished in 132nd place with a time of 27:21.  Pedro Martin was in 142nd place with a time of 29:46.  Juan Palomo placed 150th with a time of 35:41.

Next up, the Condors will head to the Western State Conference Preview Meet to be held at the Fairbanks Cross Country Course in San Luis Obispo hosted by Cuesta College.

Condors Come from Behind to Defeat Compton

September 21, 2018—Oxnard, Ca

Oxnard College Men’s Soccer got goals from Jose Luis Reyna, a PK by Juan Pablo Ortiz, and the game winner by Erik Lopez to come back to defeat Compton College.

The Tartars stunned the Condors in the early going with two quick goals in the first half by Jorge Fajardo and Alfredo Trujillo, both within two minutes of each other.  Oxnard regained their composure, and answered with the Reyna goal (assisted by Juan Pablo Ortiz) at 17:30 in the first half.

The Condors held Compton scoreless in the second half, while drawing a foul in the box at 67:00.  Juan Pablo Ortiz was able to tuck the penalty kick in the lower left corner of the net to tie the score.  Erik Lopez (pic) to a pass from Adolfo Magana and scored a terrific goal to seal the win for OC in the 77th minute.

The Condors have moved down in the CCCSIA State Poll to 18th, but with two wins in a row, should begin to move up again.  They will play #8th-ranked Mt. SAC on Tuesday evening in Walnut, Ca.  Kickoff is slated for 6:00 pm.

Condor Women’s Soccer Ties Glendale 

September 18, 2018—Oxnard

The Lady Condors looked poised to win their third game of the season after sophomore Alexis Benavidez scored Oxnard’s third goal at the 64-minute mark.  The score was 3-1 all the way until the last ten minutes.

The Vaqueros Haley Tsarofski broke down OC’s defense and scored two goals in the last five minutes of play to tie the game at 3-3.

Sophomore Stephanie Rodriguez (pic) (assisted by Michelle Ceja) put Oxnard ahead early in the contest, with missile from well outside the box. After Glendale tied the score at 1-1, Sarah Ceballos bent a shot to the top right corner of the goal, early in the second half to put OC ahead 2-1.

Fifteen minutes after, Benavidez scored in front of the goal, on Liset Vazquez’s second assist of the game.

The Condors are showing their true talent, and are figuring out they can play with almost any team.  Oxnard will host Antelope Valley at 4:00 on Tuesday afternoon, in the Condor’s Nest.

Cross Country Report: Southern California Preview Meet

September 14, 2018—Cerritos, Ca

In the Women’s race, the Lady Condors took 18th place out of 21 scoring teams.  Kristal Silva (left) placed 55th with a time of 21:08 for the 5K Course.  Evelyn Herrera continuing to improve placing 121st with a time of 23:11.  Fiona Rodriguez ran strong to place 130th with a time of 23:32.  Vanessa Garcia had a tough race placing 139th with a time of 24:08.  Gabriela Rivera rounded out the team score by finishing in 145th with a time of 24:36.  Valeria Gomez placed 172nd with a time of 27:10.



In the Men’s race, Oxnard broke into the Top 10 taking a very respectable 9th place out of 28 scoring teams.  Ricky Torres (left) putting in another strong performance place 2nd with a time of 20:08 for the 4 mile course.  Luis Villalpondo bounced back from last week’s race to place 47th with a time of 21:14.  Omar Ramos continuing his consistency ran 21:39 to place 72nd.  Gildardo Baltazar starting to rise back to his former self finished in 92nd with a time of 21:53.  Just behind was Bulmaro De Alba in 95th place to round out the team score.  Pedro Martin finished in 279th with a time of 26:53.  Juan Palomo placed 308th with a time of 35:33.

Next up, Oxnard will return to the Golden West Invitational at Central Park in Huntington Beach on September 21st

Condor Men Win Crown at OC Invitational

September 7, 2018—Oxnard, Ca

In the Women’s race, the Lady Condors took 4th out of the five scoring teams for the meet with Moorpark winning the Women’s race with College of the Canyons taking 2nd place and Ventura in 3rd.  Kristal Silva led the women to take 11th place with a time of 21:53 for 5K.   Evelyn Herrera, continuing to hold her position as the second scoring runner for the team, placed 2nd in 23:57.  Not too far behind was Vanessa Garcia placing 25th with a time of 24:27.  Fiona Rodriguez holding her own once again placed 26th with a time of 24:34.  Gabriela Rivera rounded out the team score placing 28th with a time of 26:36.  Marlene Erwin bouncing back from a tough race last year finished in 31st with a time of 27:17.  Valeria Gomez was just behind in 32nd place with a time of 27:17.

In the Men’s race, the Condors won the team title for the first time in the history of the invitational with a score 31 points beating out West Los Angeles in 2nd with 50 points, Moorpark was 3rd (57 points) and Ventura 4th (72 points).  Ricky Garcia led the team to victory by winning the overall race in 21:35.  Bulmaro De Alba stepped up his game and placed 3rd with a time of 21:42.  Luis Villapondo ran tough to hold on for 6th place with a time of 21:55.  Gildardo Baltazar bounced back slightly from last week’s race to place 10th with a time of 22:22 and just behind was Omar Ramos placing 11th with a time of 22:42 to round out the team score.  Jorge Sandoval placed 26th with a time of 25:07.  Juan Paloma finished in 34th place with a time of 34:46.

Next up, the Condors will be heading to the Southern California Preview Meet to be held at Don Knabe Regional Park in Cerritos, CA on September 14th.

Condors Drop Close Battle with Victor Valley

September 4, 2018—Victor Valley, Ca

The Oxnard Women’s Soccer team traveled to Victor Valley College Tuesday night, but came up on the short end of a 2-1 contest.

Jennifer Zuniga fed Liset Vazquez for a quick goal in the first minute of the game, to put OC up 1-0.

The Condors gave up a goal at the 30-minute mark and another in the second half.  They had chances throughout the second half, but were unable to equalize.

OC can put the loss behind them right away as they host Cal Lutheran JV today at 4:00 pm.

Condors XC Opens up Strong at the Ventura Invitational

August 31, 2018—Ventura, Ca

In the Men’s race, the Condors took 2nd place out of 10 scoring teams.  Riverside won the men’s title with a score of 41 points and Oxnard just behind the Tigers in 57 points. This shows a stellar improvement for the Men’s team from last year and proves they should be a competitive force throughout the season.  Individually, freshman sensation Ricky Torres led the Condors winning the race in 22:31 for the 4-mile course.  The second man, freshman Luis Villalpondo backed Ricky up finishing in 6th place with a time of 23:40.  Third man was sophomore Bulmaro De Alba finishing just outside of the Top 10 in 11th place with a time of 24:00.  Sophomore Omar Ramos was not too far behind Bulmaro, finishing in 15th place with a time of 24:21.  Rounding out the team score was sophomore Gildardo Baltazar in 27th place with a time of 25:11.  Freshman Jorge Sandoval finished in 55th place with a time of 27:08.  Freshman Pedro Martin placed 83rd with a time of 33:26.  Freshman Juan Palomo finished in 93rd with a time of 44:10.

In the Women’s race, the Lady Condors managed well as a team to get on the podium in 3rd place, scoring 82 points just behind Riverside (1st) with 29 points and Ventura (2nd) with 35 points out of 4 scoring teams.  The team itself is fairly young this year, but still produced some solid results individually.  Led by sophomore Kristal Silva breaking into the Top 10 in 9th place with a time of 24:13 for the 5K course.  The second OC scorer was freshman Evelyn Herrera, putting in a fairly surprising performance for someone who never ran Cross Country before, placing 33rd with a time of 28:09.  Sophomore Vanessa Garcia finished in 37th with a time of 28:56.  Sophomore Gabriela Rivera finished in 41st place with a time of 30:03.  Just behind Gabriela was Fiona Rodriguez in 42nd placed with a time of 30:05.  Freshman Marlene Erwing finished in 54th with a time of 33:44.

Next up, the Condors will be competing in our annual OC Invitational and will be looking to represent well on our home course!

Men’s Soccer Opens with Resounding Win

August 28, 2018—Oxnard, Ca

Coach Ross Greaney looks to have the Condor Men’s Soccer team poised to challenge for the WSC once again.

With a balanced attack in the home opener, OC defeated Pasadena City College 4-0. 

Alejandro Estrada got the Condors on the board in the 11th minute, with the assist from Ari Jimenez.  Eleven minutes later, Jimenez scored his own goal on a pass from Arvin Bravo, to put OC ahead 2-0.  With a foul called in the box on the Lancers prior to half, Adolfo Magana tucked a PK in the back right corner of the net to give Oxnard three goals in the first half.

Erik Lopez added the only goal in the second half from David Garcia to complete the scoring.

Oxnard will host San Bernardino on Saturday, September 1st.  The Condors will be memorializing Juan “Fanta” Garcia prior to the kick-off scheduled for 1:00 pm, in the Stadium.

OC Women Drop Opening Game to Santa Monica

The Condor Women’s Soccer team suffered a 7-0 defeat at the hands of the Santa Monica Corsairs on Tuesday.

The women were not ready for SMC and found themselves down 3-0 after 19 minutes of action.

They will host College of the Sequoias on Friday at 4:00 on the Stadium field.

Oxnard College Athletics to Memorialize Juan Garcia on September 1st

August 24, 2018—Oxnard, CA

Former Condor Men’s Soccer Athlete, Juan “Fanta” Garcia passed away on Sunday, June 24th in Oxnard.

Juan played for the Condors in the ’13 and ‘14 seasons. He was a big contributor to the Condors run of five WSC championships in a row.

He grew up playing soccer in the local community and was known for his positive attitude and passion for life.  He was helping his mom raise his siblings and working for a better life for his family. Juan was supporting his brother and sister working as a roofer, and in his free time, he was coaching a boys soccer team in Santa Barbara.

The Condors will be memorializing Fanta during their Saturday, September 1st contest at 1:00 pm.  Oxnard will be playing San Bernardino on the Stadium Field.  We would like to encourage all members of the Condor Family to join us in remembering Juan.

RIP Juan “Fanta” Garcia




State Leading Scorer Jakari McClain Signs with Langston University

August 8, 2018—Oxnard, CA

Last year’s CCCAA scoring leader, Jakari McClain, will continue his basketball career with Langston University in Oklahoma.

McClain average 30.1 PPG last season for the Condors, while grabbing 5.5 rebounds, and 4.6 assists.

Langston will be getting a tremendous 6’4” guard who prepped at Clovis West HS in Fresno. McClain had a historical sophomore season at Oxnard College by leading nearly all collegiate athletes in scoring per game at 30.1.  This number put him at the top of Oxnard College’s all-time PPG scoring average.

Oxnard College wishes Jakari terrific success at Langston University and beyond.

Go Condors!

Condor Athletics Tabs Steven Hernandez as Assistant Baseball Coach

August 6, 2018—Oxnard, CA

Oxnard College Baseball had some big shoes to fill with the retirement of long-time assistant Roger Frash.  Fortunately, a familiar Condor Steve Hernandez was ready for the responsibility.

Coach Hernandez started with the Condors in 1990 as a player for two years, and then moved on to Chico State where he played and received his BA in Social Sciences.  He received his Master's in Education from National University.

He started his coaching career at Urban High School and then became the Head Coach at Carlmont High School, with a stint as coach of the Bay Area Rams and San Francisco Seals.  From 2002-2005 Coach Hernandez has been the Assistant Coach for Sierra College, the Alexandria Beetles (Northwoods League) and for the Anchorage Glacier Pilots (Alaska Baseball League).

Coach Hernandez then moved on to become the Head Coach at Pacifica High School (2003-2007).  As the coach, they set school records for most wins by a team, team batting average, team stolen bases, and team runs scored.

From 2008-2013 Steve coached in the Hawaiian Collegiate League and was also with the Conejo Oaks from 2013-2017

Coach Hernandez joined the Oxnard staff as the pitching coach in 2008, and under his tutelage, the Condors have thrived.  In 2009 the pitching staff was ranked #2 in the WSC, with the conference pitcher of the year (Justin Bricker) and two All-Americans (JC Aguayo and Brian Willson) benefiting from Coach Hernandez.  He was also able to help two state pitchers-of-the-year, Luke Eubank (2014) and Blake Redman (2015), achieve greatness at the CCCAA level and beyond.

Condors Mourn the Loss of Juan “Fanta” Garcia

June 26, 2018—Oxnard, CA

Former Condor Men’s Soccer Athlete, Juan “Fanta” Garcia passed away on Sunday, June 24th in Oxnard. Garcia was killed in a motorcycle crash that was reported just after 1:15 a.m. Sunday on Gonzales Road near Oxnard High School.

Juan played for the Condors in the ’13 and ‘14 seasons. He was a big contributor to the Condors run of five WSC championships in a row.

He grew up playing soccer in the local community and was known for his positive attitude and passion for life.  He was helping his mom raise his siblings and working for a better life for his family. Juan was supporting his brother and sister working as a roofer, and in his free time, he was coaching a boys soccer team in Santa Barbara.

Fanta was only 24 years old when he passed, and will be missed by so many.  This was the second Condor who was taken too early by accident.  The Condors lost Rosie Zavala earlier this year in a tragic car accident.

Juan’s family and friends will be holding a Rosario at 7:00 pm tonight (June 26th), in front of Oxnard High School.  The family will be selling commemorative shirts to help memorialize Fanta as well.

Anybody that is interested in helping the Garcia family with funeral expenses can contribute by using the following link:

RIP Juan “Fanta” Garcia

Softball and Baseball Suffer Losses

April 24—Santa Maria/Oxnard

The Oxnard Softball season came to an end on Tuesday afternoon with a double-header loss to Allan Hancock College, 8-2 and 25-2.

Oxnard collected seven hits in game one. Jennell “Shorty” Perez was 3-4, with a double, run scored, and an RBI.  Jasmin Coronado (pic) was 2-4 with a triple, and a run scored.  Alyssa Gonzalez and Tori Carrillo both added hits for the Condors.

Oxnard led the game until the fourth inning, and Hancock eventually broke it open with five runs in the sixth inning.

In Game Two, OC managed just four hits, with Coronado going 2-4 to lead the Condors. 

With 14 freshman on the roster, Oxnard Softball will look to improve greatly next year.

Baseball had a tough assignment as Moorpark started major-league prospect Andrew Nardi, to try to clinch the WSC North crown.

Oxnard only managed two hits against the Raider’s ace, who went nine innings for the win.

Moorpark clinched the conference title, with their final game against Oxnard scheduled for Thursday afternoon at Moorpark College.

Condors Split with Cuesta; Coach Roger Frash Celebrated

April 21, 2018--Oxnard

Oxnard played two completely different games against WSC foe Cuesta College.  On Thursday, the Condors pounded out 13 hits and scored 10 runs, but lost 17-10 in San Luis Obispo.

On Saturday, OC had nine hits and scored four runs to defeat the Cougars, 4-1.

On a blustery day in Game 1, Oxnard fell behind early 8-4 in the fourth inning.  All seemed to be lost in the fifth inning as Cuesta scored another five runs.

In the seventh inning, OC came charging back, with a grand slam from Brett Workman.  Another RBI by Noah Goss in the eighth inning, made the score 13-10 in favor of the Cougars.  That would be as close as the Condors could get.

Ramon Gomez was 4-5, Cal Hodgins went 3-5, with two runs scored.  Antonio Gonzalez was 2-4 with two runs scored, and Alex Chavez was 1-3 with 2 RBI’s.

Oxnard avenged their high-scoring loss on Thursday, with a pitching gem from sophomore Jackson Simonsgaard.

“We just told the guys to play some defense and Jackson will throw strikes,” commented Roger Frash after the game. 

Simonsgaard went nine innings, allowing only four hits and one earned run, while striking out seven Cougars.

Colin Freeman was 2-3 with two runs and Anthony Magdaleno went 1-3, with a double and an RBI. Alex Chavez stayed hot with two more hits and a run scored.

Oxnard College celebrated Coach Roger Frash with 19 years of coaching for Oxnard College.  Coach Frash started playing for the Condors in 1979, and has become the prominent hitting instructor in Ventura County.  Coach will be stepping down at OC after this year, but will always be a member of the Condor Family.

Losses Cost Condors

April 13-14, 2018—Oxnard and Santa Barbara

Oxnard Baseball was looking to stay in the Western State Conference hunt going against Moorpark on Friday; instead, they may have played their way out. 

The Condors dropped a 5-2 decision in a makeup game against the Raiders.  OC had a slow start and not enough offense to challenge WSC North leading Moorpark.

Cal Hodgins (pic) and Antonio Gonzalez were both two for four, with Gonzalez driving in an RBI and scoring a run.  Alfonso Aguilera added a base hit and an RBI.

The Condors quickly turned around to play Santa Barbara CC on Saturday at Pershing Park. 

The Condors nearly matched the Vaqueros in hits (10 to 13), but not in the run column, falling 11-2.

OC was unable to take advantage of five Vaquero errors and ten hits.  The Condors scored first in the third inning on a triple by Ramon Gomez.  Matt Whitney had two hits, as did Cal Hodgins and Gomez.

SBCC scored two in the bottom of innings 2-4, and blew the game open in the eighth inning with five runs.

The Condors must reschedule the April 17th game, scheduled for 2:30 against SBCC, to April 23rd at the same time.  Oxnard will travel to Cuesta on April 19th at 2:30, and will play Cuesta again on April 21st at 1:00.

Oxnard Baseball Keeping the WSC Interesting with 6-2 Win

April 12, 2018—Oxnard, Ca

The WSC North Conference teams are separated by two games from top to bottom.  After a 6-2 win over Allan Hancock College on Thursday afternoon, Oxnard sits two games behind Moorpark, Ventura, and SBCC.  With seven conference games to play, OC will need to play great baseball as they did Thursday.

Anthony Magdaleno picked up the win, going six innings of five-hit, one-run baseball.  Jason Gomez was stellar in relief, finishing out the game, giving up only one run of his own.

Noah Goss (left, 2-4, 2R RBI, 1R) had a big hit in the sixth inning to break a 1-1 tie, scoring two, and starting a five-run rally for the Condors.  Antonio Gonzalez and Colin Freeman added two hits each. 

Oxnard will host a make-up game on Friday, April 13th against Moorpark College at 1:00.  If the Condors ideas of making a run at the division, they must play take down the Raiders, in the Nest.

Condors Rally Comes up Short

April 10, 2018—Santa Maria, Ca

The OC baseball team rallied from a 5-0 deficit against Alan Hancock College on Tuesday, but came up short.  The Condors scored three runs in the fourth and fifth innings, but Hancock responded with two runs in each, and five in the seventh, to win 14-9.

Despite scoring 21 runs in the last two games, Oxnard has nothing to show for the terrific offense, dropping to 10-21 overall and 4-8 in the WSC North.

Ramon Gomez (left) was 3 for 5, scoring 3 runs and driving in one.  Cal Hodgins was 2 for 5 with a run scored, and 2 RBI’s.  Austin Tarazon was a perfect 2 for 2 and 1 RBI.

Oxnard was unable to slow Hancock’s Daniel Curiel who was 5 for 5, with 6 RBI’s on the afternoon.

As the season winds down, Oxnard will look to avenge the loss on Thursday afternoon when the Bulldogs come to the Nest.  First pitch is scheduled for 2:30.

Twelve runs not enough for OC Baseball

April 7, 2018—Ventura, Ca

The Condors offense scored 12 runs at Ventura on Saturday, but the Condors fell short 16-12.

Matt Whitney (left) was a perfect 4-4, with three runs scored.  Brett Workman was 3-4, with an HR and a double, with Ramon Gomez going 2-3 with two RBI’s and a run scored.

Oxnard led 10-5 after they batted in the fourth inning, but Ventura managed five runs in the fourth inning and three each in the sixth and seventh frames.

The loss dropped OC to 4-7 in conference play with a trip on Tuesday to Hancock College.

Condor Baseball Takes Down Cross-County Rival VC

April 7, 2018—Oxnard

After a tough 13-inning 2-1 loss to Moorpark on Tuesday, the Condors (10-19, 4-6) bounced back to defeat the Ventura College Pirates (15-15, 5-5), 4-1 on Thursday afternoon.

While the Condors only managed four hits, they made the most of them by scoring four runs.

Noah Goss scratched out two RBI’s by putting the ball in play. Two walks by Brett Workman, and some miscues by the Pirates allowed for the Condors’ efficiency.  Matt Whitney collected two hits, scored twice, and drove in a run for OC, with Cal Hodgins and Angel Mauricio collecting the other two Oxnard hits.

Ben Reyes picked up the win, and was tremendous on the mound going six inning, while only allowing one earned run to the Pirates.  Jason Gomez (pic) came in for three innings of shutout relief work, earning the save.

OC will finish their play against VC on Saturday with the first pitch slated for 1:00.

SBCC Grabs 6-5 Win over OC Softball

Softball Drops Tough Decision to SBCC

Oxnard Softball felt the sting of an untimely error in the bottom of the seventh inning to lose 6-5 against Santa Barbara.

Oxnard was hosting the Vaqueros due to scheduling issues so SBCC played as the home team in the Condors Nest.

OC jumped out to a quick 3-0 lead, with Savannah Corral getting an RBI on a groundout, scoring Amber Bolo (2-4, 2B, 1R) from third.  Airin Lara (2-4, 2 RBI) then smashed a double to center field, scoring both Alexx Melchor and Alyssa Gonzalez (2 R, 2 BB).

After falling behind in the sixth inning, Jasmin Coronado (pic, 1-3, 3B, 1R, 1 BB) hammered a triple to right field.  With two outs, Destiny Murillo came up with the clutch RBI single to center to tie the ballgame at five.

SBCC’s Chloe Wells raced home on an error in the bottom of the final inning to push across the winning run for the Vaqueros.

OC Softball will be back in action next Thursday to play at LA Valley College for a double-header starting from 2:00.

Condors Claim First WSC Win on Sophomore Day

April 4, 2018—Oxnard, Ca

Everything went well for the Oxnard College Softball program on Tuesday afternoon.

The Condors defeated cross-county rival Moorpark 5-2, for their first Western State Conference victory of the season.

Alexx Melchor pitched a complete game for the win, allowing 2 earned runs on 8 hits.  Airin Lara was two for five, with a RBI and run scored. Shorty Perez was one for three with a double as was Jasmin Coronado.  Destiny Murillo was one for two and scored a run, with Amber Bolo collecting a run and a hit too.

Lauren Appel and Airin Lara (pic) were celebrated for their contributions to OC Softball.  Appel will be earning her AA in Liberal Studies and Lara will be obtaining two degrees in Art and Humanities and Social and Behavioral Sciences.  She will be transferring to DIII Southern Virginia and continue her studies and softball career.

Oxnard College welcomed the Hueneme Vikings Softball Team and appreciated their support in the Condors Nest!

Condor Baseball Gets Back in Win Column

March 29, 2018—Oxnard

Ramon Gomez (left) brought the Condors (9-18, 3-5) back from a 3-0 deficit, to beat Rio Hondo CC 4-3, last Thursday afternoon.

The freshman from Camarillo HS was two for four with a double, drove in three runs and scored the game winner in the eighth inning. Teammate Ben Reyez (6IP, 5 hits, 0 ER) pitched a great game, but did not earn the decision.

Jackson Simonsgaard relieved Reyes and picked up the win in relief as the Condors broke a short two-game losing streak over Spring Break.

OC will travel to cross-county rival Moorpark College on Tuesday, to continue WSC play, at 2:30.

Condor Softball Loses Close Game with Santa Monica

March 20, 2018—Santa Monica

With Oxnard’s starting pitcher out with illness, the Condors offense came through with 13 hits and six runs.  Unfortunately, the Santa Monica Corsairs pushed across seven runs for the 7-6 win.

Shorty Perez (left) was 3 for 4 on the day, with a double.  Airin Lara (2 for 4, 1 run), Jasmin Coronado (2 for 4, 3 runs), and Destiny Murillo (2 2B, 3 RBI). 

Oxnard went ahead 3-1 in the first inning, but struggled in the fourth, giving up four runs. 

They hope to cut down on the big innings defensively on Saturday when they play San Diego CC at 10:15 and Hartnell College at 5:00, in the first round of the VC Invitational.

Tough Loss for Baseball

March 20, 2018—Oxnard

The Condor Baseball team (2-5, 7-16) again played well enough to win, but came up short in the 10th inning against visiting Cuesta College (3-4, 12-10), 8-6.

OC jumped out to a 2-0 lead on a Ramon Gomez (pic, 2 for 4, 3 RBI’s) 2-out, 2-RBI single, scoring Noah Goss and Matt Whitney.  Cuesta tied the score in the top of the third inning, 2-2.

Brett Workman made the score 5-2 in the bottom of the fourth, but Cuesta came back with two in the fifth, on two unearned runs.

Cal Hodgins doubled in Goss again in the bottom of the fifth, to stretch OC’s lead to 6-4.

Cuesta leveled the score in the top of the seventh by Andrew Navigato, on an HR that could have gone either way.

Navigato again hurt the Condors in the top of the 10th inning, off Goss’s glove to win the game for the Cougars.

OC and Cuesta will play in San Luis Obispo on Saturday at 1:00 (weather permitting).

Condors Rally for Walk off Win; Drop close game to SBCC

March 16/17, 2018—Oxnard, Ca

The Condors found themselves in familiar territory, after losing a lead on Friday afternoon.  In a makeup game that was moved earlier to avoid the rain, OC grabbed a quick 3-0 lead over visiting Hancock College.

After singles by Noah Goss and Brett Workman (2-4, 1RBI) scored Ben Reyes (2-4, 1 2b, 2RBI) and Antonio Gonzales (2-4, 2 2B) made the score 3-0, in the bottom of the second, AHC scored the next five runs, to take a 5-3 lead.

Reyes (left) had a huge two-out double to score Workman and Alfonso Aguilar, to tie the game at five.

In the bottom of the ninth, Colin Freeman scored all the way from first on a three base error to give OC a much needed 6-5 victory.

The Condors turned around on Saturday and faced SBCC at 1:00. 

Jackson Simonsgaard was the hard luck loser, pitching a complete game, giving up 0 earned runs. 

OC was only able to push one across, while SBCC scored two in the third, to win 2-1.

Oxnard will play at Cuesta College on Tuesday at 2:30.

Baseball Drops Tough Game to SBCC; Softball Struggles against VC

March 15, 2018

Spring has not been kind to the Condors so far.  The Condor Baseball team dropped a gut-wrenching 3-2 decision to Santa Barbara on Thursday.

Aidan Dolan had another strong outing, going the full game while only giving up one earned run. 

Noah Goss (left) had a fine day at the plate, going three for four, with teammates Matt Whitney and Ben Reyes each collecting two hits apiece.

The score was tied going into the eighth inning when the Vaqueros scratched out a run, and the Condors were unable to come back in the ninth.

OC gets a chance to bounce back quickly, with a make-up game on Friday against Hancock College, followed by the second game against SBCC on Saturday.  First pitch on Friday has been moved up to 12:00, and Saturday is scheduled for 1:00.

The Condor Softball team was hoping to break a string of losses on the season against rival Ventura College, but it did not happen.

OC was outplayed by the Pirates, 9-0 in five innings.

Anissa Padilla pitched well for the Pirates and kept Oxnard off-balance all afternoon.

OC will be back on the diamond next Tuesday, March 20th at Santa Monica.

Condors Have Mixed Reviews on the Diamond

March 6-9, 2018

The OC Baseball team won a terrific baseball game on Tuesday, beating cross-county rival Ventura College, 6-5.

Jesus Chavez (left) earned his second win of the season (2-2) to go along with a fine 2.72 ERA.  Anthony Magdaleno collected a two-inning save, his first of the season.

Brett Workman was 2 for 3, with two RBI’s, Cal Hodgins also had two hits on the day, as did Alfonso Aguilera.

Coach Roger Frash commented, “…A classic team baseball game today, with flawless defense and timely hitting…Great job today.  One game at a time.”

The Condors could not overcome three costly errors in the second game in the series with VC, falling 10-6.

Leading 6-2 in the bottom of the eighth inning, OC self-destructed, allowing eight Pirates to cross the plate.

Aidan Dolan pitched well enough going seven and one-third, giving up only two earned runs. 

Noah Goss put Oxnard up 2-0 in the third inning, with Brett Workman (2-3, 2 BB) and Anthony Chavez (1-3, 1 RBI) scoring on the Goss single.

Ramon Gomez blasted a homer in the 4th inning to reclaim the lead at 3-2, with the Condors tacking on three more runs in the top of the eighth. 

That is all the runs the Condors would score, and when VC turned the tables, with eight in the eighth inning.

The loss dropped Oxnard to 1-1 in WSCN play.

Coach Jon Larson made a wise decision to move Saturday’s game to Friday so they could avoid the rain. Unfortunately, they could not avoid Daniel Curiel’s bat.

The Hancock center fielder hit two home runs, and drove in three runs, which proved to be the difference, 6-3.

Oxnard’s Noah Goss had a big day, driving in two runs for the Condors.  Goss was 2-2 on the day, reaching base all four times.  Goss put OC ahead 3-2 in the top of the fifth inning, but the Condors were unable to hold on to a lead.

The Bulldogs came back with runs in the fifth and eighth inning to drop OC to 1-2 in conference play, and 6-13 overall.

They will collect themselves for a chance to even the series with AHC on Tuesday afternoon at 2:30, in the Condors Nest (weather permitting)

Condor Baseball Defeats Top-Ranked Santa Ana

February 24, 2018—Oxnard

Sophomore pitcher Aidan Dolan (pic) picked a good day to earn his first collegiate victory.  His complete game helped the Condors to a 7-4 victory over the Dons. Dolan gave up only one earned run and struck out six Santa Ana batters.

He was helped by the OC offense with Angel Mauricio leading the way.  Mauricio (2-4, 3 RBI) had a big two-out double to start a five-run fifth inning for Oxnard. Cal Hodgins and Ramon Gomez also had two hits on the day.

The win moved Oxnard’s record to 5-9, but certainly a signature win for the team.

OC hosts Glendale College on Tuesday February 27th at 2:00, and begins WSC play on March 6th against cross-county rival Ventura College at 2:00, in the Nest.

Baseball Get Much Needed Win against Citrus

February 17, 2018—Oxnard

The upstart Condor Baseball squad is starting to show signs of life in the new season.  Oxnard is 4-7 on the season, and has been struggling to play a complete nine-inning game.

They played well as a team on Saturday afternoon, earning a 4-3 win over the Citrus College Owls.

Aidan Dolan pitched a strong seven innings, only giving up one earned run, with four strikeouts.  Sergio Linares and Anthony Magdaleno came on in relief, with Linares (2-1) picking up his second collegiate victory.

Brett Workman was 2-2 at the plate with two walks, but it was third baseman Ramon Gomez, with a big blast over the left field wall, that tied the game at 1-1.

Alfonso Aguilera drove in pinch runner Austin Tarazon, for the go-ahead run in the bottom of the seventh inning.  Colin Freeman doubled to put OC up for good in the bottom of the eighth inning, with Freeman scoring an insurance run as well.

Oxnard travels to LA Valley on Tuesday to take on the Monarchs at 2:00.



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