2018 Pasadena City College Football News

  • David Telles Lone Lancer on All-State 2018 Football Team
    January 18, 2019
    Wide receiver/returner David Telles was the only Pasadena City College football selection on the 2018 All-State Team. Telles made the 43-player, Region IV squad in the all-purpose category.
  • Six PCC Football Players Make All-SCFA American Pacific League 1st Team
    November 28, 2018
    Wide receiver/returner David Telles was a unanimous selection in the All-Purpose category and was one of six Pasadena City College football players chosen to the 32-man, All-SCFA American Pacific League First Team by league coaches.
  • Football Finishes On Good Note, 15-14, Over SBCC
    November 10, 2018
    The final record will read for posterity 4-6 overall and 2-3 in the SCFA American Pacific League. Yet, the Pasadena City College football team was very close to being an undefeated division champion and headed to a probable postseason bowl game. Instead, the Lancers settled for a nice finish to the 2018 season, rallying from 14-0 down to beat host Santa Barbara City College, 15-14, Saturday afternoon.
  • Football's Fajardo Named SCFA Player Of The Week
    November 06, 2018
    Sophomore wide receiver Forest Fajardo was named SCFA Player of the Week for his performance in the Pasadena City College football's team 42-24 win at LA Harbor College on November 3.
  • Two-Way Fajardo Helps PCC Football End 6-Game Losing Streak
    November 03, 2018
    Forest Fajardo went old-school Saturday night for the Pasadena City College football team. It was the return of ironman football as Fajardo, the team's leading receiver, played both sides of the ball in the Lancers SCFA American Pacific League contest at LA Harbor College.
  • Close Not Good Enough For Football In Another Late Loss
    October 27, 2018
    If football success were weighed on statistical advantage, ball control, effort, and grades for competitiveness, the 2018 Pasadena City College football team would likely earn an A from game analysts.and fans. But alas it's the final result and the win-loss record that determines a team's success. In that area, the Lancers are not making the grade.
  • More Late Angst For Football As Pierce Rallies To Beat PCC, 44-43
    October 21, 2018
    The Pasadena City College football team let leads of 23-6 and 43-30 slip away Saturday night as host Pierce College mounted a comeback in the final eight minutes to down the Lancers in a SCFA American Pacific League shootout, 44-43.
  • Football's Bobadilla, Vardanian Named SCFA Players of Week
    October 16, 2018
    A valiant effort in a thrilling 27-21 overtime loss to Allan Hancock College earned two Pasadena City College football players SCFA Pacific League Player of the Week honors for October 13. Quarterback Mario Bobadilla was selected Offensive Player of the Week while lineman David Vardanian was picked as Defensive Player of the Week.
  • Football Nearly Upsets Hancock, Loses In OT, 27-21
    October 14, 2018
    The Pasadena City College football team led practically everything Saturday in its Homecoming game and SCFA American Pacific League opener against Allan Hancock. The Lancers held a commanding 14-0 lead at halftime and were up 21-14 late in the fourth quarter. PCC, the state leader in ball control offense, controlled the ball for nearly 3/4th of regulation time, surprisingly outgained the Bulldogs' state-leading rushing attack, 209-189 in yards, led in first downs, 25-15, and total offense, 396-323.
  • Football Matches Most Points Allowed In 69-20 Loss To SBVC
    September 29, 2018
    Pasadena City College's football team matched a program low in allowing the most points in a game Saturday night in a 69-20 loss to San Bernardino Valley at Robinson Stadium. PCC trailed 35-0 after one quarter and 49-0 at halftime.
  • Bend But Don't Break Defense By Chaffey Foils Football
    September 22, 2018
    The Pasadena City College football team had plenty of offensive plays (80) and first downs (22) against visiting Chaffey College. But on Saturday night, the Panthers used some key defensive moments to limit the Lancers to just one score in a 36-7, SCFA non-league win at Robinson Stadium.
  • Saddleback Goes National In 2nd Half, Football Falls, 50-21
    September 15, 2018
    For the opening 34 minutes Saturday night, the SCFA American Division's Pasadena City College football team more than held its own against National Division host Saddleback College. The Lancers briefly took a 14-10 lead in the first half and trailed just 23-21 less than five minutes into the second half.
  • Another SCFA American Division POW Award For PCC Football
    September 12, 2018
    Pasadena City College footballl team freshman wide receiver David Telles was named SCFA American Division Special Teams/All-Purpose Player of the Week thanks to 190 yards in rushing, receiving, punt and kick returns during the Lancers week #2 win over Glendale. It is PCC's second selection in two weeks with Sultaan Sullivan's Offensive POW award for week #1.
  • Football Downs Glendale, 41-14, First 2-0 Start Since 2010
    September 08, 2018
    A high-energy offense has brought genuine excitement to Pasadena City College football team in the young 2018 season. Second-year head coach Steven Mojarro has his Lancers playing on all cylinders especially after Saturday's 41-14, SCFA non-league triumph at next door neighbor Glendale College. PCC is 2-0, the program's best start in eight years.
  • FB's Sultaan Sullivan Named SCFA American Division Offensive Player of Week
    September 07, 2018
    After helping the Pasadena City College football team open the 2018 season with a 42-38 victory over College of the Desert, sophomore transfer running back Sultaan Sullivan was named SCFA American Division Offensive Player of the Week.
  • Williams, Sullivan Key Football's Season-Opening 42-38 Comeback Win Over COD
    September 01, 2018
    For most of the 60 minutes Saturday night, College of the Desert quarterback Noah Shoeman riddled the Pasadena City College football team's defense with big-play passes, short and long as he passed for 537 yards and five touchdowns. But all it took was one mistake by Shoeman to give the Lancers the break it needed.
  • Local Roster Emphasized For 2018 PCC Football
    August 28, 2018
    The first thing that stands out with the 2018 Pasadena City College football team is the number of local talent that fills the team's 99-player roster. There are 43 players from surrounding area high schools, including 10 from Muir High and five more from Pasadena High. An additional 24 are from the Los Angeles city area.