About Me

My name is Johnathan Scott, I am currently a Broadcast Journalism student at The University of Oklahoma. I previously attended San Diego Mesa College where I was the sports Editor for The Mesa Press. I have experience in Indesign for constructing print stories and I also have experience in Adobe Premiere for editing Packages. I also have experience doing Play by Play for basketball, football, and Baseball.

My Latest Work

Men’s volleyball gets bested in a three-set shutout

Down 2 sets trailing Moorpark 22-24, the San Diego Mesa men’s volleyball team was hoping to score 3 unanswered points and extend the game another set. The serve came from Moorpark and everybody in the San Diego Mesa gym was on edge waiting to see if the Olympians could make the comeback and fight for another set. The intensity and tension could be felt in the air as San Diego Mesa and Moorpark were battling back and forth, Moorpark trying to end the game and San Diego Mesa trying to hold on. The

San Diego Mesa softball could not get bats to wake up in loss to Palomar

The San Diego Mesa College Olympians were 7-7-1 heading into their game Wednesday against the 14-2 crosstown rival Palomar College Comets. A game that was intense in the early innings but eventually fell out of San Diego Mesa’s hands and finished with a score of 8-1 in favor of Palomar.

The San Diego Mesa Olympians were coming into the game hoping to turn things around after dropping their last game to Imperial valley 8-5, unfortunately, things did not go Mesa’s way this game either. Sophomore

Player Profile: Arianna Izaguirre

A student-athlete who has been standing up on the diamond and sitting hitters down this season after two canceled two seasons, Sophomore pitcher Arianna Izaguirre has been pitching lights out for the San Diego Mesa softball team this year, while also facing the challenges of learning a new position, living on her own, and motivating her teammates into success.

Izaguirre is one of three San Diego Mesa softball players who played on the team in 2019 and 2020 in which both of those seasons got can

Get rich quick or get fooled by the ‘Crypto King’?

On March 30th, 2022, Netflix released a new documentary titled “Trust No One: The Hunt for Crypto King,” which instantly shot to the Netflix Top-10 showing that this documentary had sparked some interest. The documentary first dives into the world of Crypto and explains the currency that was big at the time and is still big today known as Bitcoin, a few people in the Crypto community shared their knowledge and experience with the cryptocurrency as well.

A few more minutes into the movie we get

Spring Sports Roundup

Spring sports are coming to an end at San Diego Mesa College and there have been some great Achievements and other things that did not go teams’ way to end the season. In this roundup, both of these things will be discussed, certain athletes will be mentioned for their achievements, and the records for each team who participated in spring will be shown as well.

Starting off with the men’s CCCAA State Swimming & Diving Championships for the Mesa College Olympians, the men’s 3-meter diving final

What happened to Mesa tennis?

San Diego Mesa offers a variety of sports for men and women ranging from football, baseball, softball, badminton, basketball, volleyball, and many more that give students the opportunity to be a part of a team playing the sport that they love. One sport that seemingly disappeared from the Mesa sports website and Mesa campus is men’s and women’s tennis, Tennis was offered all the way up until 2019 and then the pandemic hit causing a dismantling of both of the teams.

Athletic director Ryan Shumak

Mesa Softball drops game to Southwestern on Sophomore Day

The San Diego Mesa Olympians recently ranked top-20 in the state stepped onto the diamond for sophomore day with a record of 13-11-1 to face the Southwestern College Jaguars who held a record of 4-27. It was a game that was close for the first few innings until Southwestern College eventually broke it open, giving San Diego Mesa the loss and ending with a score of 11-5.

The San Diego Mesa Olympians were coming off a two-win streak achieved by defeating East LA 8-0 and 7-4 in a doubleheader the

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