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Hidden Heroes: Athletic Trainers

[caption id="attachment_1705" align="alignnone" width="300"] photo from shastacollege.edu[/caption] By Matt Brockman It’s a well-known fact that us as Americans love sports; we thrive on the competition, and competition is what motivates us to be better than what we were before. It’s also widely known that most sports have a very serious injury rate. Who do the athletes go to when they get hurt? When someth ...

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The Victorious Knights

            In the game proceeding Shasta’s homecoming game scheduled for Saturday October 26th, the Knights bring everything they’ve got in their match against the Los Medanos Mustangs last Saturday evening on October 19th 2013. Several touchdowns were scored throughout the night by the Knights and with additional scores, giving a total of 52 points, at the final buzzer, to the opponent’s 32 points. The fi ...

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Knights Baseball slaughters Lassen in home finale, Game 1 of GVC Consolation

Once Shasta College's baseball team was out to a comfortable lead, Coach Brad Rupert started throwing in the sophomores for one last bit of action Wednesday as the Knights trounced the Lassen Cougars 11-1 in game one of a two-game consolation series with Lassen in the Golden Valley Conference. Mike Nowak was commanding on the mound, pitching five shutout innings. After Nowak left, he was replaced by Keita U ...

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Shasta Track gets ready for Golden Valley Conference Championships

On a sunny Saturday, Shasta College track and field coach Pete Giachetti was so busy running the Shasta Invitational that he said he didn't even get to see most of his athletes compete. To his astonishment, both the Men's and Women's track teams edged out Butte College on Saturday for the overall win at the Shasta Invitational, just one week before Shasta College hosts the Golden Valley Conference Champions ...

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Shasta Splits Doubleheader with Butte in Home Finale

Knights’ ace Mike Nowak gave up four runs in his start as Shasta dropped the first game 5-2.   Nowak, despite a torrid four-run third inning, pitched well in six and a third innings giving up six hits and striking out six.   Shasta started quick in the first inning when Andrew Ratterman and Brad Lohse each hit singles after EJ Stanton flew out. Troy Duenas then stepped up and hit and RBI single to ...

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Knights Tennis gets on the board amidst their most difficult season

It was long time coming, but Shasta College’s men’s tennis team finally got their first win of the season this past Tuesday April 2nd in their final match of the season before the conference tournament. The Knights beat the Folsom Lake Falcons 5-4 in a match that was spread over two separate days due to it being postponed the first day when rain caused the rescheduling of a day to continue where this match ...

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