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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

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From left, Sebastian Davila, 24, pushes a Foothill player while Keyshawn Avila, 44, holds the Foothill player back on Nov. 19 at Foothill Colleges football stadium.

De Anza’s 2022 football season comes to an end with a 27-13 loss to its rivals the Foothill College Owls

Abel Tariku, Staff Reporter | December 10, 2022

The De Anza College Mountain Lions faced the Foothill College Owls for the final game of the regular 2022 football season on Saturday Nov. 19, losing 27-13. After starting 5-1, the Mountain Lions ended...

De Anza Mountain Lions sophomore quarterback Jordan Ausbie heads to the locker room at halftime with his team down 31-7.  The De Anza offense got off to a slow start and had big plays reversed because of penalties in the Oct. 30 home loss.

De Anza falls to Foothill 31-13, in first rivalry match since pandemic

Kevin Nguyen and Daniel Arriaga | November 1, 2021

Los Altos Hills -- It’s been a season of woes for the De Anza College Mountain Lions and in their most anticipated game of the season, against arch-rivals Foothill College, the contest got away from...

Defensive back Kenneth-Kair Roach makes a tackled against Monterrey Peninsula in a 27-26 overtime loss.

De Anza football season update: rough start, but can only go up from here

Daniel Arriaga, Reporter | October 29, 2021

De Anza College’s football program has struggled all year with their 1-6 record, but still believe that a turnaround is possible.   Despite the current four game losing streak, head coach Tony Santos...

Football Player Spotlight: Javon Sturns, RB

Kathleen Quinn and Dylan Newman | December 9, 2019

Javon Sturns, 20, business major, balances his academics with his athletic life playing as a running back for De Anza Football.  

Starting quarterback Oliver Svrsky, 22, credits his family for his success.

Star quarterback praises family and football

Nathalia Moran , Staff Reporter | November 13, 2019

His parents put him on the soccer team as a child, but another parent suggested to his mom that football seemed more suited to his energetic and rough playing style. So began the football career...

De Anza College football strives for championship title

Dylan Newman, Staff Reporter | October 23, 2019

After a rocky start, the De Anza College football team has come back swinging at the midseason point. The team is currently 4-2 with aspirations of taking back to back American-Pacific 7 championship titles. “The...

Assistant football coach Nate Garnica dies at 34 years old

Thomas Anthony, Staff Reporter | April 8, 2019

De Anza College students and staff mourn the loss and remember the life of assistant football coach Nate Garnica, who died on March 17. He succumbed to heart failure at his grandmother’s house and...

De Anza College Football saved

Christian Trujano, Editor-in-Chief | December 3, 2018

After two weeks of strategic planning, the De Anza College football program has been saved from elimination, for now. The Instructional Planning and Budget team voted Nov. 27 to give award-winning...

De Anza football gets another chance

Christian Trujano and Brenna White | November 12, 2018

Football was given two weeks for the dean of athletics to come up with a plan to make more cuts in the program, said Lorrie Ranck, co-chair of the Instructional Planning and Budget Team. College Council...

The pressure is on for IPBT to meet their large deficit in less than a week

Christian Trujano, Editor-in-Chief | October 27, 2018

The Instructional Planning and Budget Team need to finalize recommend cuts for an estimated $2.35 million budget deficit to college council by Nov. 1. With little time remaining to deal with such a...

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