Glendora, CA - The Citrus College Football team had 12 players earn spots on the Southern California Football Association All-Pacific League list. That included five members on the 1st team, five members on the 2nd team, and two Honorable Mention selections.
Glendora, CA - The 2016 Citrus College Football season came to a close on Saturday evening when the Owls played host to American Division #10 Allan Hancock College. Citrus kept things close through the first half, but were shutout for the entirety of the second half, and held to their second lowest rushing total of the season in a 30-16 loss.
Valley Glen, CA - Through two and a half quarters, the Citrus College Football team more than held it’s own against the #1 team in the American Division, Los Angeles Valley College. Trailing 27-28 with just over ten minutes to go in the third quarter, the wheels came off for the Owls who watched as LA Valley reeled off 33 straight points to close out the game in what turned into a second half nightmare in a 27-61 loss.
Santa Barbara, CA - The Citrus College Football team’s offense rolled up 500 total yards of offense and freshman running back Devin Floyd accounted for 288 yards of it, but it wasn’t enough as the Owls lost a double overtime heartbreaker. Santa Barbara City College would block Citrus’ extra point after the Owls score in the first half of the second overtime, and then would score five plays later to hand Citrus a 46-44 defeat.
Glendora, CA - After losing their third straight game last week, the Citrus College Football team knew they had to right the ship this past weekend when they hosted Los Angeles Pierce College. The Owls did exactly that, striking a good balance with an offense that averaged 5.3 yards per play and totaled 48 points, and a defense that held their opponent to a lone field goal and less than 200 yards of total offense in a 48-3 victory.
Glendora, CA - The Citrus College Football team gave up a season high 475 passing yards, and passing touchdown plays of 70, 76, 23, and 38 yards in Saturday afternoon’s tilt with visiting Antelope Valley College. The result was too much for Citrus to overcome, who rolled up 511 yards of total offense (more in total than the visiting Marauders), but had their own issues going 4 of 16 on third down in a 38-30 loss.
Victorville, CA - They say that football is a game of inches. A game that is played inside the trenches and is won and/or lost in those few inches gained on the ground. If that’s the case, that explains why the Owls fell for the second straight week as a rushing attack that was averaging 3.9 yards per carry and 146.8 yards per game, was held to -0.7 yards a rush and -22 yards on the whole in Citrus’ 7-26 loss.
Glendora, CA - In a match-up between the #2 and #3 ranked team’s in the American Division inside Citrus College Stadium on Saturday night, the Owls look good for parts of the first and fourth quarters. The problem was that Citrus didn’t have anything in the middle against a formidable Southwestern College team, in a 28-44 loss to the visiting Jaguars.
Glendora, CA - The Citrus College Football team's first foray into the American Division of the Southern California Football Association has been a success early in 2016. The Owls are 3-0 to start the year and on Tuesday were voted the #1 team in the Southern California American Division.
San Bernardino, CA – After two straight games in which the Citrus College Football team's offense had put up big numbers and had shown big flashes in the first half of their respective games, the Owls had to overcome a little adversity on Saturday night when they travelled to San Bernardino Valley College. The Owls did overcome the slow start turning a paltry 10-9 lead at the break into a 33-9 victory against the Wolverines.
Santa Ana, CA - The Citrus College Football team nearly scored 50 points for the second week, and the defense came up with plenty of big plays as the Owls improved to 2-0 with a 49-21 rout of Santa Ana College. It’s the first time the Owls have started off 2-0 since 2013.
Glendora, CA - The Citrus College Football team snapped a three game losing streak on Saturday evening to nearby rival Chaffey College. The Owls rallied from down a field goal in the final four minutes of the game, and then scored on their first possession in overtime to upset the pre-season State #14 Panthers 48-41.