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The beam was placed after the signatures were completed. Photo credit: Josh Miranda

Stadium construction reaches milestones, but sports will have to wait.

Josh Miranda November 16, 2023
A look into the progress of the stadiums that answers why construction has taken longer than expected, and why sports will take even longer to host games. Details about future traditions and how the stadiums will look are also mentioned.

A Look into Palomar’s Wrestling Team

Max Cruz October 24, 2022
Coach Timothy Box wants to rebuild the Palomar Wrestling program into a championship caliber entity.

Palomar’s Athletic Trainer Wins CCCATAA Award

Christopher Gallegos May 11, 2022

Flecicia Heise, Palomar's Athletic Trainer, has won the California Community College Athletic Trainer of the Year award. Flecicia Heise has been at Palomar for more than 28 years. Heise specializes...

A female, Palomar softball player (24) gets read for bat.

Allyson Amato Just Won’t Stop Hitting

Christopher Gallegos April 13, 2022
Allyson Amato has been playing at another level and isn't looking to stop anytime soon.
Two soccer players from opposing teams chases after a soccer ball on a field.

Palomar Soccer Players Win State Awards

Chris Gallegos April 6, 2022
The Palomar Soccer team has six student-athletes who have received the CCCSCA award.
A male Palomar catcher kneels and prepares to catch a baseball with his mitted left hand while an umpire half-squats behind him.

Devlin Lindeman is Named Comet of the Week

Ronni Williams April 5, 2022
Devlin Lindemans competitive edge is making him a force is be reckoned with on the Comets baseball team.

A Pro Player’s View on How League of Legends Can Help Us Connect With Friends

Gunner Clark March 20, 2022

A short online interview with Iconic, a professional League of Legends player, about how L.O.L can help improve people's lives and give them a way to break away from the stress of the world. Ethan...

Hitting Her Way into College Softball

Ronni Williams March 4, 2022

Freshman Mackenzie Lefebvre's is making a positive impact on her team. The Palomar Athletics Department has chosen Mackenzie Lefebvre as the Comet of the Week. Via Instagram, the Palomar...

Palomar Freshman Named SoCal Player of The Week

Ronni Williams March 1, 2022

Freshman baseball player Logan Parker is making a name for himself at Palomar College. Making the transition from playing baseball in high school to college can be tough for some. especially...

Palomar baseball coach Bob Vetter throws a baseball with his right hand. A scoreboard with the words Palomar College above it is in the background (blurry).

Late Palomar Coach Impacts Players

Chris Gallegos February 23, 2022

Bob Vetter arrived at Palomar College in 1977 to start his head coaching job for the Palomar baseball department. He recently passed away at age 71, after battling a short illness. Vetter...

A male Palomar basketball player runs and dribbles a basketball in a court.

Student Athletes Recognized

Ronni Williams February 11, 2022

The Palomar Athletics Department has chosen Quincy Scott and Deajanae Harvey as the Comets of the Week. Via Instagram, the Palomar Athletics Department chooses student athletes that have made recent...

A female Palomar volleyball player (8) sets a volleyball with both hands. She wears a black jersey, black shorts and white knee pads.

Meet Alana: Life on and off the Court

Sophia Perun November 30, 2021

Alana Lacangan is one of Palomar’s most recent "Comet of the Week" awardees and is a setter for the volleyball team. Lacangan has been playing volleyball for twelve years now. Her love for the sport...

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