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WEEKLY ATHLETICS RECAP

Chabot weekly recap, Sept. 26

FOOTBALL
The Chabot football team remained winless with a 21-19 road loss to powerhouse City College of San Francisco on Sept. 24, but the Gladiators are getting close to that elusive first triumph.
The Gladiators (0-4, who scored the game's final 10 points, were in position to upset the No. 2 ranked team in Northern California, but a no call on an apparent pass interference penalty late in the game effectively ended their chances.
Quarterback Jack Moroney, an Amador Valley High graduate, did well in his Chabot debut. He completed 16 of 34 attempts for 184 yards and two touchdowns. He was intercepted once.
Leroy Elliott Jr. and Alan Busey each had touchdown receptions, and versatile Tahir Rasheed-Mills ran for 51 yards and had 57 yards receiving.
Freshman defensive lineman Aaron Andrews had a monster game with 10 total tackles, including two tackles for losses, a sack, and one of the team's four interceptions. Mekaei Clarke also had a big game with two interceptions and a blocked field goal. Amu Aukisitino had a team-high 15 total tackles, including nine solo, and an interception. Nohea Keahi had 11 total tackles.
Moroney completed a 12-yard scoring strike to Busey with 14:47 left in the fourth quarter as Chabot cut the deficit to 21-16. Jordan Boyd's fumble recovery at the CCSF 37 set up the score.
Then Namane Modise's 25-yard return set up a 27-yard field goal by Manny Lopez with 12:32 remaining to round out the scoring.
Chabot, which has lost to four quality opponents by an average of just 10 points a game, will host De Anza (1-3) at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 1.
The Gladiators, who have won five conference titles in a row, will open play in the National-Valley Conference against Fresno on Oct. 8 at Gladiator Stadium.

MEN'S SOCCER
The Gladiators (7-0-0) made it 7 for 7 with a hard-fought 1-0 win over host Allan Hancock on a goal by Brandon Sosa in the 10th minute off a double assist from Jonathan Perez and Juan Lara.
Keeper Alejandro Cervantez had a clean sheet with six saves.
Sosa, an international student from Guatemala, has five goals for the season.
Chabot will continue to prepare for conference play with two road games this week, at Gavilan on Tuesday and at district rival Las Positas on Friday at 6:30 p.m.

WRESTLING
Despite missing four injured starters, Chabot finished ninth at the 18-team West Hills Tournament in Lemoore, with three individual placers.
Raymond Monela was fifth at 125 pounds, and Cody Tuazon was seventh in the same weight class. Carsen Paynter (141) was sixth and Gabriel Cardona (285) was fifth.
Chabot will open conference play at home against Skyline on Oct. 5, beginning at 7 p.m. in the main gym.

CROSS COUNTRY
The Las Positas/Chabot men's team finished an excellent third with 79 points in the Lou Vasquez Invitational at Golden Gate Park on Sept. 22, led by freshman David Frisbie's third-place individual finish over the 4-mile course.
Frisbie, the former North Coast Section cross country and track star at Kennedy High-Fremont, had a time of 20 minutes, 49.6 seconds, just 13.4 seconds behind winner Edgar Bonilla of Hartnell.
Jordan Kirby, a freshman out of Newark Memorial, also cracked the top 10, finishing eighth in 21:09.5. Zach Connolly of Redwood Christian was 15th in 21:16.6. Bret Greene of Alameda High was 23rd overall in 21:28.3, and David Yeshiwas of Dublin was 51st in 22:02.4.

WOMEN'S SOCCER
The Gladiators (2-5, 0-1) dropped their Coast-South opener 3-0 against Foothill. The Owls broke it open with two goals in the second half.
Goalkeeper Adel Wendy Lukong, an international student from Cameroon, made seven saves.
Chabot will host Evergreen Valley (3-3-2) at 4 p.m. on Tuesday in conference action.

WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL
The young Gladiators (1-5) dropped a couple of very competitive 3-1 decisions last week against Skyline and Napa Valley.
Chabot will host De Anza at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, and then will open conference play at home against Monterey on Friday.

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