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(Mar 19 2008) - Athletic / Student Programs Dir. named at PC :
Post Sport News : Porterville College Press Release - pdf
After what Porterville College President, Dr. Rosa Carlson, said was an extensive search process, including many highly-qualified applicants; she has selected 35 year old Eric Mendoza as the new Director, Student Programs and Athletics for Porterville college. His eleven years of experience with California community college athletic and student service programs, plus an obvious real passion for working with students and in the administration of athletic programs were most impressive. He has a thorough knowledge and understanding of COA rules and regulations and a desire to insure they are followed. Our student association, ASPC, will benefit greatly from his experience in planning and instituting campus activities.

(Mar 09 2008) - MHS Swimmers getting gold from the blue :
Stephen Imbach and Coach Brian South Post Sport News : Monache High School Print News -
On Saturday, March 8th Monache High School hosted a Swimming Invitational joined by seven other high schools. While most came gaming for the gold, Monache claimed the most. One of Monache's standout's this year was Senior Stephen Imbach {pictured}. Just out of the water and picking up the gold for the 200 freestyle, the Post was there with this exculsive interview -- set up by MHS Coach Brian South.

Post Sport News : Porterville High School Print News -
The Panther tennis team continues to roll through the opposition. They started the season at a torrid pace winning their first two contests against Wasco and Mt. Whitney. Over the leap year weekend they finished first in their pool, going 5-1 for the weekend and defeating playoff contenders Liberty of Bakersfield, Redwood, and Garces. This was a great opportunity for the team to bond and for me to experiment with some different lineups said Coach Pat McCusker. The guys really came of age and stepped up to the challenge.

(Mar 01 2008) - Former Lady Pirate Wins Prestigious Award :
Post News Articles : Porterville College Press Release -
Ashley Block
Ashley Block, who starred for the PC softball team and excelled in the classroom for two years, has been honored by being named to the California Community College Athletic Association, Pepsi Scholar Athlete Honor Roll. She was chosen from among highly talented scholar athletes in the state, and the notice that she made it stated that there are nearly 25,000 student athletes in the system. For those at PC who knew her, this was no real surprise.

RC Airplanes in Porterville
(Feb 09 2008) - Valley RCP's professionals from Visalia and Tulare got together at Porterville Airport to practice their flying skills before the next event in Las Vegas. Many performing today were members of an elite radio control plane organization called Academy of Model Aeronautics formed in 1936. From a short distance these radio controlled planes look as real as the real thing. "And that's what the whole idea's about said Ben Jones, to make the plane looks like the real McCoy." And making one of these hybred planes can cost you anywhere from $1,500 all the way up to $10,000.

Porterville Parks & Recreation
(Feb 09 2008) - When these young 7 to 8 year
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olds got on the court, their parents beamed with pride. You would have thought they were watching a professional basketball game. And in their hearts, that's really what they saw, future NBA / WBA superstars. Wes Johnson, Leisure Services Coordinator for the games that weekend said, this year they moved over from Granite Hills to the Santa Fe School Gym by the Heritage Center and said that was woking out very well for the kids and parents. For more info about the games and how to get your child involved, call Wes at (559) 791-7696.

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