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Lady Huskies Defeat Pasadena For 3rd Round Win!

ELASS Logo #2A m2vnamgxdd01lc4pCCCAA State Tournament Update From The Editor:  The #6  seeded East L.A. College “Lady Huskies”  defied the selection committee odds and righteously made believers out of those who thought they had no chance of  upsetting the #2  seeded Mt. San Jacinto “Lady Eagles”  in the crucial game to determine the right to punch their ticket to the CCCAA’s “Final Four”  and the Road to the State Championship. Head Coach Bruce Turner  and his proud team simply and confidently declare… let the record books show this Final score—ELAC  (76)  Mt. San Jacinto  (65).
Now, here is the next phase of “March Madnesss”  for the team.  ELAC, (23-9)  overall this year, will play the North’s #1 seed, City College of San Francisco (28-3), in the first of two semifinal games. Game time is 5 p.m. at Las Positas College  on Friday, March 11th in Livermore, CA. Both the Men’s and Women’s Finals are Sunday, March 13th.  Rico Cabrera, Sr.,/Managing Editor, EastLASportsScene.Com

 Pasadena Game Note From The Editor:  However, before we go there, we want to share with you the recap of their crucial Round 4  win over the Pasadena “Lady Lancers”  on March 2nd.  To describe it this way, the Lady Huskies  kept their dancing shoes on, kept their rhythm to the winning beat in their minds, hearts, and bodies, and prevailed on their Home court.  Please like and share this posting of the Pasadena  game as widely as possible with all of your friends, associates, school supporters, alumni, and commnity members who follow the team. You can read the game summary by Tadzio Garcia  by clicking here.

Photo Credits: Tadzio Garcia,  Contributor, EastLASportsScene.Com; Erik Sarni,  Videographer/Digital Camerman, EastLASportsScene.Com

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