Armando Harmon

Women’s undefeated at home after regular season ends

April 12, 2018

By: Armando Harmon Women’s   The women’s tennis team continue their hot streak as they wrap up season and prep for the regional tournament. With only one lose against Eastern Arizona, Pima intends to seek revenge at the end of the month.   April 10: PCC 9, Paradise Valley 0   The Aztecs (7-1) close […]

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Ways to not die on SB2k18

March 8, 2018

By ARMANDO HARMON With spring break around the corner, there are thousands of college students that are trying to get out of town and enjoy their stress- and responsibility-free week. We all know that almost any spring break location is going to include sex, drugs, binge drinking and only God knows what else. You can […]

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Holthaus picks up 400 as Aztecs thrives

March 1, 2018

Story and photo  by ARMANDO HARMON With two weeks left in the regular season, the women’s basketball team of Pima Community College continues to add more victories to its resume. Despite the loss against Cochise College, the Aztecs gave Todd Holthaus his 400th career win as a head coach against Scottsdale Community College. Feb. 17: […]

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Nakai makes headlines as a star freshman

March 1, 2018

Story and photo by ARMANDO HARMON This season is a special one for the Pima Community College women’s basketball team, with an overall record of 21-6 the Aztecs look to finish the season strong. The team is filled with many returning players, but freshman Jacqulynn Nakai is making a name for herself in her debut with […]

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Aztecs are in full swing for their first match

February 21, 2018

Story and photos by  Armando Harmon The men’s and women’s tennis team for Pima Community College get their first taste of competition this season. On Feb. 17 the Aztecs were part of a variety of tennis matches between Eastern Arizona College and older tennis enthusiast. The matches were supposed to start at 8 a.m. but […]

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Women’s basketball dominates schedule after losing its season-opening game to New Mexico

December 7, 2017

By ARMANDO HARMON Pima Community College continues to fight on as they have won four games in row. The basketball team spent a weekend in Utah for the Willow Creek Inn Invitational. The Aztecs finished 2-1 for the weekend, but they did triumph over two Division I teams and handed Snow College its first loss […]

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Mad scientists take over Pima

December 7, 2017

PCC played host to the annual Arizona STEM Adventure, a fair for kids to explore interactive science exhibits By ARMANDO HARMON Future scientists and engineers were let loose on Nov. 17 at Pima Community College’s Northwest Campus. Over a thousand of young kids were able to ignite their passion for science at the annual Arizona […]

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Aztecs fail to win a conference game

November 16, 2017

By ARMANDO HARMON Even with the dissapointing end to the season, PCC honors 11 players with postseason awards With the final two games of the season the Aztecs put the fans on the edges of their seats, where they would fall short in a double OT shootout on their home finale in Game 1. Freshman […]

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Women’s basketball rebounds after opening loss

November 16, 2017

Photo and Story by ARMANDO HARMON The  Pima Community College women’s basketball team is coming into the season looking to dominate. Last season, the Aztecs ended with an overall record of 23-8 and 16-6 in conference play. The Aztecs averaged 81.7 points per game with shooting 40.8 percent from the field. The Aztecs fell short […]

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College football playoff rankings take shape

November 16, 2017

By ARMANDO HARMON With the college football season coming to a close, it is still a little too early to tell which teams are going to make the top four to compete in the playoffs. In college football, you have those favorites like Southeastern Conference powerhouse University of Alabama, which has been in the playoffs […]

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Pima welcomes Becalos Grant students

November 16, 2017

By ARMANDO HARMON In May, Pima Community College submitted a proposal for the Secretariat of Education SEP-Belcalos-Santander Universidades International Program. Otherwise known as the Becalos grant, this grant allows students from Mexico to have the opportunity to enroll and take courses at PCC. At the start of the semester, 75 students were enrolled at the […]

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Pima takes first at UA’s Eller

November 2, 2017

By ARMANDO HARMON The Department of Business and Accounting and the business club at Pima Community College took first place at the sixth annual Arizona Community College Excellence Business Case Competition Oct. 6. The ACCE is a competition that allows students to take on a business case with supporting data and then put together a […]

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Aztecs struggle through end of season

October 19, 2017

By ARMANDO HARMON It’s been rough for Pima football as they lost two straight. Things could turn around, however, as the team hits the road for two consecutive weeks.   Oct. 14: PCC 21, Snow College 37   The Aztecs of Pima Community College football team (2-5, 0-4 in WSFL) put up a fight with […]

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Football: Defense stands tall in thriller

October 5, 2017

By ARMANDO HARMON The Aztec defense manages to hold on until the end. Sept. 23: PCC 21, Air Force Prep 14 The Aztecs of Pima Community College (2-3) put on a last-minute thriller as the defense stopped the Huskies in the fourth. The team escaped with a win when they hosted the Huskies at Kino […]

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New players show promise for the season

September 7, 2017

By ARMANDO HARMON After ending last season 3-8, the Pima Community College Aztecs look to turn things around with returning stars like line- backer Francisco Dicochea III and quarterback Justin Martin. LeBronze Allen an out-of-state wide receiver from Louisiana is a new addition to the team.   It all starts with defense. With an average […]

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