(Pg. 34): The COC Cougars made a tremendous comeback this season to end up as Western State Conference co-Champions. After losing their first four games of the season, the Cougars rebounded to win their next six contests. They finished the WSC race with a 6-1 record, as did Santa Barbara, and proceeded to go to the Mission Bowl by the virtue of their 30-14 victory over the Vaqueros in conference play.
Much of the credit goes to head coach Larry Reisbig, who, in his third season as coach of the Cougars, has led his team to a 6-4 overall record.
(Pg. 112): Editor's Note:
The 1975-76 college year was a very momentous period in the history of College of the Canyons. It marked the opening of the Technical Center, the Student Center, and the Physical Education Complex and, thus, completed the building program. In addition to the largest graduating class in the history of COC (as well as the first graduating class in electronics), this year's student will remember a Western State Conference Championship in football, a State Chanrjpionship in Cross Country, and the baseball team, at the time of this writing, is well on its way to a fourth Western State Conference Championship.
Our goal was to give an overall account of the year, trying to show all aspects of campus life.
We, as editors of the 1975-76 yearbook, would like to give our sincere thanks to Bruce Fortine, Our advisor, and Debbie Lopez, his secretary, for all the help and support provided. Also, to Sharon Blumenthal, for her help with the typing, and Wayne Schick, our darkroom man, a huge thank you.
We sincerely hope this yearbook serves as a memento of this college year for many years to come. We also extend our best wishes to those students pursuing goals beyond College of the Canyons.
Terri Bronson and Linda Thompson, Editors-in-Chief, 1975-76 Yearbook
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