2014 Homecoming. Renegades win on Oct 25th at the Memorial Stadium

Home of the Renegades 2014 Homecoming Oct 25 2014

What a game! 34-31, Renegades win against Cerritos. Approximately 3000 showed up to support Renegade Football with the total attending home games for this season exceeding 10,000.  The highest of any community college in the state.  Go Gades!

Karen Goh Mariaha Lopez Sonya Christian Natalie Lopez Oct 25 2014 Homecoming


Karen Goh, CEO of Garden Pathways, was my guest along with my mentee Mariaha Lopez and her niece Natalie.

For more photos check out Salvadore’s photo gallery at:








Tom Nery played for BC at the Rosebowl in 1961.  He came back to Homecoming 2014 to watch the Renegades win.








Here is a 2:14-minute video that I took of him and his daughter Kim Drndarski.


Check out this 8:15-minute video from Salvadore:



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2 thoughts on “2014 Homecoming. Renegades win on Oct 25th at the Memorial Stadium

  1. Michael O'Doherty November 2, 2014 at 8:35 am Reply

    “Mentee” showing off that Phd Madame Pres? Hope she developes to the level of her “Mentor”. :- )

  2. drajcpepper November 3, 2014 at 7:46 am Reply

    Way to show up and protect the home turf Renegades! The word “mentor” has its etymology dating back to the 18th century; it means “wise advisor”. Well in the Greek language “wisdom” has three connotations Sophia- to know; Sunesis- to understand; Phronesis- to practice. Isn’t it interesting that the name “Sonya” means wisdom. It is a variant spelling of Sophia. Thank you Dr. Sonya Christian for showing us how to impact the future of our country.~ Dr. Culpepper

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