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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...

The Dons run warmup drills during practice. The Dons fierce defense forced four turnovers in their 24-14 win over Laney.

Dons’ defense stifles Laney Eagles 24-14

Anthony Montes, Sports Editor | October 8, 2015

The De Anza College football team flexed their defensive prowess, forcing four turnovers in their 24-14 win over the Laney College on Saturday Oct. 3. “The best we’ve played in a long time,”...

De Anza sophomore wide receiver Ismail Shafi battles for possession of the ball with a College of San Mateo player. The Dons suffered a 61-14 defeat on Saturday Oct. 25.

Dons lose 7th in a row

Donovan Rios, Staff Writer | November 3, 2014

De Anza College’s football team lost 61-14 to the College of San Mateo on Saturday Oct. 25 for their seventh consecutive loss of the season. San Mateo started the game off strong, scoring a touchdown...

Wide receiver Bryan Fobbs (1) scores one of two touchdowns, summing it up for a total of 20 this season. All photos by Andrea Martinez.

Dons’ offense unstoppable in dominant win: De Anza football wins, goes all out for the last game of the season

Marion Hohlfeld, Staff Writer | November 25, 2013

With three back-to-back touchdowns in the final quarter, the De Anza football team destroyed rival Foothill College Owls 48–17 Saturday, Nov. 16. “I feel good. It has been a while since we won,...

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