Riverside City College women’s water polo season forges on.
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By Nicholas Peralta As a near perfect season comes to a close, Riverside City College’s women’s water polo team prepares, once again, to stake claim to the California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) championship. RCC’s women’s water polo team went 21-2 this season, signifying a successful 2017 campaign. With the season now in the rearview,
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Former Riverside City College track and field star Chris Benard placed sixth in the triple jump at the Track & Field World Championships in London on August 10.
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