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Chabot Sports Roundup, Nov. 14 edition

The Chabot wrestling team, fresh off quality wins over Modesto and Santa Rosa in dual matches, will host the Coast Conference Tournament Nov. 19.
James Logan High graduate Zack Wally, a second-place finisher at the 2014 state meet at 175 pounds, won by fall at 184 pounds against Modesto, as the Gladiators took a 33-21 win. Liberty graduate Devon Lyle won by technical fall at 141, and Cody Tuazon of Arroyo also won by fall at 125.
The Gladiators, who finished second in the conference dual match season, were thrilled to crush Santa Rosa 44-3 recently after falling to the Bear Cubs in the third-place match of the NorCal Community College Championships.

The Gladiators (0-2) opened the season with two close losses in the Chabot Tipoff Tournament, dropping a heartbreaker against Siskiyous 99-96 in two overtimes in the first round and falling 61-57 to De Anza.
Chabot will face Santa Barbara to open the Hancock Tournament Friday in Santa Maria.
Former Vanden-Fairfield star DaMarre Walker had a remarkable game against De Anza, coming off the bench to score 41 points, going 16 for 21 from the floor and 7 for 10 from 3-point range. He also tacked on five assists and four steals. Marcus Booker had seven rebounds from off the bench. Dalvin Guy (five blocked shots) and center Raj Dhanoa (12 points, seven rebounds) also had an impact.
A trio of Gladiators had at least 20 points against De Anza – Jabari Harris (27 points), Walker (22 points, 11 assists) and Dhanoa (20 points, 15 rebounds).
Chabot rallied from a 10-point halftime deficit to force overtime with the score at 74. The teams scored 14 apiece in the first overtime before Siskiyous edged ahead in the end.

The Gladiators (1-1) will return to action after a week off at Siskiyous on Friday.
De'Zire Hall, a sophomore forward, paces the squad averaging 22.5 points and 13 rebounds a game. Sophomore guards Tylore Bell (13.5 ppg) and Ariana Vargas (13 ppg) are off to strong starts.

The Gladiators (4-6, 3-2) finished the season with a 48-6 loss to host Laney Saturday in the Valley Conference. Nick Covert scored Chabot's touchdown on a 6-yard pass from Jack Moroney.
Jordan Burgher led Chabot ball carriers with 63 yards on nine carries, and Amu Aukusitino had 52 yards on seven carries, highlighted by a 48-yard run. He also did a nice job on kickoff returns, averaging 21.3 yards and seven returns.
Alan Busey had a 42-yard reception among his three catches. Malik Henderson and Josh Revay had four catches apiece.
Freshman Aaron Andrews finished an outstanding freshman season tied for the state lead in sacks with 13.5.

The Gladiators (10-6-4, 3-6-4) finished conference play with four consecutive ties, capped by last week's 2-2 draw against Cabrillo and 1-1 draw with rival Ohlone.

The Gladiators (3-18, 0-11) will complete the season at home against Cabrillo on Wednesday. The action starts at 6:30 p.m.

Fresh off its best-ever finish in the NorCal Championship, taking second place at Sierra College in Rocklin, the freshman-led Las Positas squad will compete in the state meet Nov. 19 at Woodward Park in Fresno.
Freshman David Frisbie took third in the NorCal 4-mile men's race in a time of 21 minutes, 34.1 seconds. Zach Connolly was seventh in 22:11.8, and Jordan Kirby was eighth in 22:14.8.
-- Matt Schwab


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