Author: Rene Escobar

‘Cos’ for concern

November 15, 2018

By RENE ESCOBAR The sentencing of Bill Cosby was three to 10 years incarceration in a state prison.  That’s a slap on the wrist and a slap to the face of equal rights groups. The people of those groups should be outraged. Cosby was found guilty of sexual assault in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, by Judge […]

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Brewers will brew up World Series win

October 18, 2018

By RENE ESCOBAR October is the month of pumpkin spice, ghost and ghouls, but more importantly, playoff baseball. As Major League Baseball writes its final chapters of the 2018 season, there remains one unknown: the World Series champions. That remains undetermined for the moment. With the pennant set, 10 teams have an opportunity. Alas, only […]

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Brewers Brew Up World Series Championship

October 18, 2018

By: Rene Escobar October the month of pumpkin spice, ghost and ghouls, but more importantly playoff baseball. As Major League Baseball writes its final chapters of the 2018 season there remains one unknown the World Series champions. That remains undetermined for the moment. With the pennant set, 10 teams have an opportunity. Alas only one […]

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Standing in the Hall of Fame

October 4, 2018

By RENE ESCOBAR The Hall of Fame, the pinnacle of the sports world is a testament to the legacies of athletes. Displayed in museums around the country, the stars of the past are immortalized and viewed by fans. None are bigger than the National Football League Hall of Fame. Every summer, the Hall of Fame […]

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Standing in the Hall of Fame

October 4, 2018

By Rene Escobar The Hall of Fame, the pinnacle of the sports world is a testament to the legacies of athletes. Displayed in museums around the country, the stars of the past are immortalized and viewed by fans. None are bigger than the National Football League Hall of Fame. Every summer, the Hall of Fame […]

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Hollywood ending for the Rams?

September 20, 2018

By RENE ESCOBAR   The autumn wind signifies the changing of seasons, but for the National Football League, it means a blank canvas for 32 NFL teams. They all share the common goal of reimagining the masterpiece that the Philadelphia Eagles created last year. A Super Bowl ring is in the dreams of the players, […]

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A Hall of Fame career for the last pick in the NFL

February 21, 2018

By RENE ESCOBAR Thomas Edward Patrick Brady, the quarterback for the New England Patriots of the National Football League, is a name that forever will be associated with the phrase “greatest of all time” or the G.O.A.T. Brady is a five-time champion, a three-time most valuable player award winner and a three-time member of the […]

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Aztecs get the spring ball rolling

February 15, 2018

BY RENE ESCOBAR Play ball! Aztec baseball is back, looking forward to the new year putting behind a 30-26 season. With a new year, comes new opportunities. The Aztecs are looking for success in a stout freshman class and the leadership of the second-year returners. Hall of Fame head coach Rich Alday says the team […]

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Men’s and women’s golf tee off the new season

February 8, 2018

By RENE ESCOBAR, CHRISTIAN MORTENSEN MICHELLE TRUJILLO The Pima women’s golf team had its first tournament, the South Mountain Community College Invitational, Feb 5 at Villa De Paz Golf in Phoenix.  Last season, the Pima Community College women’s golf team ended the season on a high note.  The women kicked off their 2017 season at […]

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This is U.S.: Making America great again

February 8, 2018

By RENE ESCOBAR Democracy is a system of government by the whole population.  As citizens of the United States, we have a say on who we elect into office. As voters and taxpayers, we are the people our political officials work for. As their employer, we should be able to remove any elected official.  Our […]

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