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WEEKLY ATHLETICS RECAP

Feb 22th - 28th, 2016

TRACK & FIELD
In their first of four home events of the season, the Chabot track and field team made a strong statement in the NorCal Preview meet on Feb. 26.
The Gladiators finished with six athletes ranked in the top 10 in the state, led by event winners Conner McKinnon (Amador Valley), in the 800 meters (1:54.63), and Leroy Elliott, in the 110 hurdles (14.78).
Other strong performers were Jason Intravaia (San Ramon Valley), who had an excellent time of 3:59.48 in the 1,500 meters; and Adora Garrick (Castro Valley), with a throw of 126-4 in the discus, good for second place and No. 10 in the state.
Intravaia (1,500), Elliott (110 hurdles) and McKinnon (800) are all ranked No. 2 in the state.
Chabot will compete in the Beaver Relays at American College this weekend. The Chabot Invitational is April 2.

BASEBALL
 After a week off, the Gladiators will return to action at home on Tuesday against Cabrillo, which has lost four in a row.
Chabot (6-5) has won four of its last five games, including sweeping Sierra in a home-and-home series on Feb. 19-20.
In a 9-4 win over Sierra, first baseman Jesse Lewis was 3 for 4 with four RBIs and two runs scored. Steven Nice was 2 for 3 with two runs scored and an RBI, and Joshua Bailey fired four hitless innings in relief

SOFTBALL
 The impressive Gladiators (14-1, 1-1 Coast-North) entered the week on a six-game winning streak, having scored 63 runs over the stretch. They swept Butte 11-1, 5-3 on Feb. 27.
Chabot, ranked tied for 14th in the state in the Feb. 25 poll, has a huge game against state No. 1 ranked College of San Mateo (18-2, 2-0) at 3 p.m. on Tuesday. Both the Bulldogs and Gladiators have won nine of their last 10 games.
Outfielder Amanda Coley entered the week ranked 21st in the state with a .510 batting average. Dakota Targett (.489) is 28th in the state, and outfielder Melanie Bloom (.488) is one spot behind Targett. Brenna Lopez has a 5-0 pitching mark and a 1.96 ERA.

MEN'S TENNIS
Chabot beat Cabrillo 8-1 on Feb. 26 to improve to 5-3 on the season. Hunter Kettering (Amador Valley) and Jensen Pawid (Castro Valley) cruised to singles wins, and Kettering and Tony Lin (Irvington) won 8-5 in doubles.
The Gladiators took a 5-4 thriller over Modesto on Feb. 25, getting clutch wins from Prycen Haas (Carmel), Lin and Kalvin Kwok (James Logan) in singles. In doubles, Haas and Pawid and Kwok and Trevor Samuda sailed to comfortable wins.
In an 8-1 loss to Foothill, Lin carved out the Gladiators' lone win in three sets, 4-6, 6-3, 6-0.

WOMEN'S TENNIS
The Gladiators fell to 7-5 with a 6-3 loss to Canada on Feb. 26. Rita Kerwin (Skyline) and Lora Oco (James Logan) were singles winners. They also teamed in an 8-4 doubles win.
Mari Fowler had the Gladiators' lone win in an 8-1 loss to Modesto on Feb. 25, prevailing 6-2, 6-1 in singles.
On Feb. 23, Chabot routed Cabrillo 8-1. Hailey Agulay (Castro Valley), Kerwin and Indra Erdenekhuyag were singles winners.
Women's basketball
The No. 12 seeded Gladiators (16-13) rallied from a 16-point deficit and trailed 53-52 after three quarters, but bowed out of the Northern Regional playoffs with a 72-65 loss to host No. 5 Sacramento City. Chabot finished the season strongly with nine wins in their final 11 games.
Sac City, which will travel to Diablo Valley in Round 3 on March 2, was a dead-eye 14 for 24 from 3-point range.
 
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL
 The No. 12 seeded Gladiators (16-13) rallied from a 16-point deficit and trailed 53-52 after three quarters, but bowed out of the Northern Regional playoffs with a 72-65 loss to host No. 5 Sacramento City. Chabot finished the season strongly with nine wins in their final 11 games.
Sac City, which will travel to Diablo Valley in Round 3 on March 2, was a dead-eye 14 for 24 from 3-point range.
MEN'S BASKETBALL
 The No. 6 Gladiators suffered a season-ending loss against visiting No. 11 Monterey Peninsula in the Northern regional playoffs. Freshman Wykeem Randle led Chabot with 21 points.
Chabot rallied from early deficits of 14-4 and 16-8 to tie it 37-37 at the half. Randle's steal and jam was followed by Courtney Anderson's two free throws in the final second of the half. But Monterey made the shots when it counted in the end.

 

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