Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

The Clippers swept the Lakers in all their regular season games during the 2021 season. This year, they have a chance to face off in the playoffs.

Lakers and Clippers Lose Game 1 of NBA Playoffs

Luke Perez May 26, 2021

NBA Playoffs kicked off last week and it did not disappoint. Both the Lakers and Clippers made it to the postseason again. The Lakers mission is to be back-to-back champs. The Clippers mission is to shake off the “playoff bust” label that they received last season. Both LA teams have tough matchups...

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Leaving Manchester City with 258 goals in 388 appearances, Aguero breaks the record of highest goal scorer for one club.

Sergio “Kun” Aguero Moves to Blaugrana in the Summer

Mimi Castellanos May 25, 2021

With summer coming soon, some inevitable and shocking trades have been made. While Sergio Ramos leaving Real Madrid, Lionel Messi appears to stay with Barcelona. Although Messi is continuing his career with Blaugrana, he will not be alone. Rumor has it that an old friend will be joining the team. It...

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The Dodgers will return back to full capacity on a Tuesday, it will be the second of a three game series against Bryce Harper and the Philadelphia Phillies. For the boys in blue, it marks the first time to have fans return in full since the 2019 postseason.

Dodgers Set to Return to Full Capacity on June 15, Two Other California Teams Set to Re-Open at Full Capacity as Well

Enrique Medina, Broadcast Director May 24, 2021

The Los Angeles Dodgers announced this past Friday that they will be opening their gates to full capacity starting June 15. The announcement was made prior to the team's away series against the San Francisco Giants. In the announcement, the team announced all games held prior to the 15th will still be...

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Albert Pujols in his batting stance getting ready for the pitch.

Albert Pujols to the Dodgers

John Rodriguez May 20, 2021

The Los Angeles Angels released MLB star Albert Puljos on May 13, 2021. Just one week after the team had designed Albert Puljos for an assignment. Although Puljos is a free agent and can sign with any team, The Angels are still responsible for his yearly salary. The team owes the free agent baseman his...

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Kobe Bryant becomes the 27th Laker ever to get into the Basketball Hall of Fame. Besides basketball, Kobe also left an impact to many people, instilling the idea of Mamba Mentality that many people refer to today.

Mamba Forever: Kobe Bryant Inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame

Enrique Medina, Broadcast Director May 18, 2021

The late Kobe Bryant was officially inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Saturday night. The late Lakers legend was a part of a 2020 class that also included Kevin Garnett and Tim Duncan. Who Helped Present Kobe Bryant into the Hall of Fame? To accept his official induction into...

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9-Year Old Soccer Player Struck and Killed by Lightning in Blackpool, England

Mimi Castellanos May 18, 2021

In Blackpool, England a devastating fate of a young soccer player's life. Nine-year-old Jordan Banks dies from a fatal strike with lighting. The Dark Incident On Tuesday May 11, Jordan Banks was practicing with his team in Common Edge fields in Blackpool Northwest side. Around 5pm, lightning struck...

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JaWuan James, pictured above, tore his achilles while working out from home. Due to NFL rules, James could make no money this upcoming season.

NFL’s Injury Memo takes away player’s season of pay

Luke Perez May 14, 2021

Around this time of the year, NFL players start training to prepare for the upcoming season. Since team facilities aren’t open, players train in private gyms, public areas, or training facilities until OTAs and team practices begin. Tuesday, May 4 2021, Ja'Wuan James, offensive lineman for the Denver...

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Russell Westbrook is the new triple double leader with 182 career triple doubles.

Russell Westbrook is the Triple Double King

Justin Gomez May 14, 2021

In the NBA a triple double is when you hit double digits in three different stats. Russell Westbrook was mainly known for doing that in points, rebounds and assists. As a matter of fact he has averaged a triple double in three seasons so far in his career. This year he is averaging 22 points, 11 rebounds...

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Manchester City and Chelsea have faced off three times this season  and Chelsea have won two out of the three times

All English Champions League Final

Fernando Ramos, Reporter May 12, 2021

Third Ever All English Final For the first time since Liverpool and Tothenham faced each other in the 2019 Champions League Final, there will be another all English Final. Manchester City will go head to head against Chelsea on May 29 Istanbul Turkey. Manchester City have just won their third Premier...

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Dustin May was looking to breakout this season with the Dodgers before his injury. He was second in the majors amongst MLB starters in average fastball velocity, only behind the Mets Jacob deGrom.

Dodgers Lose Dustin May for the Season with Tommy John Surgery Amidst Team’s Recent Struggles

Enrique Medina, Broadcast Director May 11, 2021

It was announced this past week that Los Angeles Dodgers starter Dustin May will undergo season-ending Tommy John surgery. The Dodgers announced Monday the 3rd that May will undergo surgery to repair a damaged ulnar collateral ligament. The surgery will be held on May 11 in Los Angeles and performed...

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The New York Knicks have their first winning season since 2013.

Knicks Back on Track

Justin Gomez May 11, 2021

Although the season is not over, this will be the Knicks first winning season since 2013. That 2013 roster consisted of Carmelo Anthony, J.R. Smith and Jason Kidd. These three were a big part of the Knicks success during that season. Anthony averaged 28 points per game and Smith averaged 18 points. Kidd...

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2020 Summer Olympics Ban Slogan “Black Lives Matter” in Tokyo

Mimi Castellanos May 10, 2021

With less than 80 days away, summer Olympics 2020 have pushed forward with their event. Located in Tokyo, Japan, the postponed Olympics are continuing their plan within the current pandemic. With the variety of social injustices around the world, Olympics will be banning any Black Lives Matter apparel. Problematic...

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