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Midseason Recap

Sept. 27, 2014 | Palomar wide receiver #80 M.J. Bailey fights for a first down against Saddleback college during the first quarter. Bailey finished the night with six catches for 143 yards and one touchdown. Escondido High School in Escondido Calif. (Philip Farry/The Telescope)

After starting the season with an exciting, come-from-behind win against Citrus College, the Comets then lost to Long Beach City College, currently ranked second in Southern California, 45-13.

In that game, starting quarterback Brett Hollingsworth suffered a concussion and has not been able to play since.

In Hollingsworth’s absence, the Comets have had a rotation of Austin Early, Andre Blake and Mitch Bartram.

After drubbing Mesa College 33-6, the team took a tough loss to high scoring Saddleback College 42-31.

Currently ranked #11 in the California Community College Athletic Association’s Southern California – National Division, the rest of the schedule isn’t much more forgiving. With scheduled meetings against Fullerton, Golden West and Grossmont (currently ranked sixth, ninth and 23rd in the state respectively) , the Comets have a tough road ahead of them.

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