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WEEKLY ATHLETICS RECAP

Chabot sports roundup, Apr 18

 

BASEBALL
 The Chabot baseball team won its fourth consecutive game, 13-8 over City College of San Francisco on April 15.
 Second baseman Adam Hollar led the 15-hit Chabot offense, going 3 for 4 with a double and five RBI. DH Mathew Barraza was 3 for 3 with two RBI and two runs scored, including a double and sacrifice fly.
 Others with two hits were shortstop Vince Volpatti, right fielder Francisco Pedraza and first baseman Nick Hermes. Levi Noddin (5-1) got the win, allowing no earned runs and seven hits over 6.1 innings, striking out eight and walking none. Reliever T.J. Myers allowed three hits and no runs over the final 2.0 inning.
 Chabot started its four-game win streak with a 9-1 thumping of Skyline and then bested De Anza twice, 6-3 and 10-5. In the 10-5 win, third baseman Steven Nice blasted three home runs at Baylands Stadium, and Pedraza was 3 for 4 with four RBI, including a double and two walks. Leadoff Vince Volpatti lashed a triple and had three RBI and two runs scored.
 In the 6-3 win, Nice was 3 for 5 with two runs scored and four guys had two hits: Volpatti, Pedraza, Hollar and Hunter Harris. Augusto Pineda (4-0) got the pitching win, going 6.1 innings, allowing four hits, one earned run, striking out seven and walking three.
 Chabot (21-13, 10-5) resides in second place in the Coast-Golden Gate, with a game at CCSF on Tuesday and then home games against CSM at 2:30 p.m. Thursday and at 2:30 p.m. Saturday.

TRACK AND FIELD
 Chabot freshman David Frisbie was an impressive winner in the men’s 1,500 meters at the Cal State East Bay Invitational in a close race with unattached Alex Reynoso. Frisbie’s mark was 4 minutes, 01.50 seconds, and Chabot’s Jordan Kirby was 10th in 4:09.81.
 In the men’s 800, Chabot’s Jahdi Bolds was fourth in 1:57.03 and Bret Greene was seventh in the men’s 5000 in 15:47.44. Trevion Greene was first in both the 100 (10.83) and 200 (21.97).
 On the women’s side, Chabot’s Ari Milton had an excellent meet. She took first place in the 400 hurdles in a time of 1:05.38; first in the 100 meters (12.78); second in the long jump (5.24m) and fourth in the triple jump (10.69m).

GOLF
 Heetae Yang fired an even-par 72 as the Gladiators cruised to victory in the tournament at Wente Vineyards golf course this week.
 Chabot had five players break 80 and finished with a strong 374 score, 24 strokes better than runner-up Modesto Junior College, which trails Chabot in the Coast Conference by two points.
 Impressively, Chabot had the three top individual scores in the five-team event, led by Yang’s medalist score. Rounding out the Chabot top five were Tyler McDaniel, 73, Anthony Gutierrez, 75, Jacob Malone, 76, and Zack McClure, 78.
 
SOFTBALL
 The Gladiators (13-12, 5-6) finished last week on a positive note with a 7-3 win over San Jose. The third and fourth hitters in the lineup, Kathleen Perscheid and Chelsea Sligh, had big games, each with three hits and two RBI. Perscheid and Desiree Gonzalez had doubles.
 Leadoff Amanda Coley had her usual productive game with two hits and two runs scored and a stolen base. She ranks tied for fourth in the state with 30 stolen bases. Chabot broke the game open with four runs in the top of the fifth.
 Third-place Chabot will close the regular season with two toughies, at home against Foothill (27=6, 10-2) on April 20 and at home against CSM (27-5, 9-2) on April 25.
 -- Matt Schwab

 

 

 


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