Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

This years Acura Grand Prix was held in Long Beach, Calif April 8-10. The weekend consisted of high octane action and excitement with racers trying to prove their skills.

Acura Grand Prix 2022

Raymond Luna, Social Media April 11, 2022

Thousands of spectators flooded the streets of Long Beach, Calif. to attend this year's Acura Grand Prix April 8-10, 2022. The three-day event couldn't have been more perfect; warm weather and the smell of burning tires filled the air. With main events including the INDYCAR SERIES, Porsche Carrera Cup,...

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Opening Day for Major League Baseball begins April 7.

MLB Predictions for the 2022 Season

Matthew Medina, Online Sports Editor April 4, 2022

After a 99 day lockout during the offseason, Major League Baseball is back on April 7! With regular season baseball around the corner, fans across the world are ready to see their favorite teams play a full 162-game season. Let’s take a look at which teams will be contenders, and which teams will have...

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Roadrunners dropped game 2 versus Mt. SAC on Thursday.

Roadrunners recent struggles lead to a 10-4 loss against Mt. San Antonio

Matthew Medina, Online Sports Editor March 21, 2022

Rio Hondo Baseball struggles to stay in the win column after dropping another conference series against the Mounties on Thursday.  The Roadrunners have lost five of their last six games and drop to 14-9 on the season. Thursday afternoon did not help their cause, losing 10-4 at Rio Hondo.  A poor...

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NFL teams take time off to prepare for the 2022 season.

Biggest NFL Offseason Trades and Signings 2022

Matthew Medina, Online Sports Editor March 14, 2022

The NFL Offseason is in full swing for the 2022-2023 season. While small deals were made earlier this offseason, some of the biggest names stole the headlines this past week. BLOCKBUSTER BRONCOS The biggest story to come out this week was a blockbuster trade between the Broncos and the Seahawks. The...

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Anette Rojas and family outside of historic Wrigley Field.  Photo Credit: Dodgers Fan Anette Rojas

America’s Pastime has resurfaced once again from the Boardroom to the Ballpark

Noah Segovia, Reporter March 14, 2022

The wait is finally over for the MLB fan base during a dreadful long off-season that occurred  during the four month hiatus due to the MLB lockout between the players and owners.  America’s pastime once again takes center stage on April 7. The  MLB lockout has been surfacing between MLB and...

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Lady Roadrunners secure a well fought victory.

Rio Hondo Versus Antelope Valley

Carlos Jimenez, Reporter March 11, 2022

Rio Versus Antelope Valley The Roadrunners last result was a very tight game coming to a final result of five-to-four. Overall, with some missing players, Rio almost pulled it off but came short against Antelope Valley. In a brief response from Antelope, they commented that Rio was no exception so both...

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Women’s Volleyball At San Diego City

Carlos Jimenez, Reporter March 10, 2022

The lady Roadrunner Volleyball team is returning with the game in hand just in another scene. This time we see these ladies going out and playing in the sand which for some Roadrunners is a new segment for a title for Rio. Rio Hondo is returning to the season with a sense of redemption in seeking...

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#21 Tiah Sherman drives to the basket and scores an easy layup.

Women’s Basketball suffers a first round loss against Cerritos College to end their 2021-22 season.

Matthew Medina, Online Sports Editor March 7, 2022

The Roadrunners lost to Cerritos College Tuesday night in the first round of the Southern California Regional Playoffs 54-47. This was the third meeting between these two squads this season after splitting the first two games. Miscues and missed opportunities hurt the Roadrunners all night long, only...

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SOFTBALL’S FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH

Noah Segovia, Reporter March 7, 2022

The advantage of having an all freshman team is totally unknown  for any program but, as of right now this year’s softball program  have an overall record of 9-5 , conference record of 3-5, home record of 3-3, an away record of 6-2, and a current two game losing streak. Furthermore, the softball...

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Rio Hondo Baseball stands up for National Anthem.

Roadrunners Baseball Even Series Against East LA in a Wild Finish 4-3

Matthew Medina, Online Sports Editor March 1, 2022

The Dirty Birds beat the East LA Huskies 4-3 on Thursday in a spectacular fashion in “The Jungle.” The Roadrunners are back in the win column after losing game one against ELAC on Tuesday.  Starting pitcher, David Medrano started the game off strong by pitching five shutout innings. Costly...

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Aaron Donald and company embracing the crowd on the parade route.

“INSIDE THE RAMS HOUSE!” Sights and Sounds of the victory parade

Noah Segovia, Reporter February 28, 2022

 Los Angeles Rams Win Big The Los Angeles Rams hoisted the Vince Lombardi trophy on Sunday, Feb 13 as they defeated the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20. It was all thanks to a game winning drive with less than two minutes in the 4th quarter. Led by quarterback Matthew Stafford and company, the Rams finally...

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Drawing of Kobe NBA Logo

NBA After All Star Summary & Predictions

John Edeson Sayoc, Photo Editor February 28, 2022

As of March 2, 2022, the NBA has been back after a six regular-season game All-Star Break for six consecutive days of games, with this last stretch of the regular season coming to a close I have decided to cover both the Eastern and Western Conference. In this section primarily I will be going over the...

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