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April 18th, 2016

The gung-ho Gladiators have moved into second place in the Coast-Golden Gate baseball race. 
Riding a five-game winning streak, Chabot (19-11, 10-5) will host CCSF (4-25-1, 2-13) at 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday at Gene Wellman Field. 
Chabot is coming off a 15-7 thumping of CCSF at Fairmont Field in Pacifica, highlighted by Max Sanderson's five RBIs and three hits. Dan Burschinger was 2 for 5 with three RBIs, and Steve Nice had three runs scored and two RBIs. Michael Hidalgo also scored three times. 
Chabot has averaged 11.2 runs over its past five games. 
In a 5-2 win over De Anza in Cupertino on April 12, starter Chris Johnson and reliever Kevin Nava (5-3) combined to allow eight hits and two earned runs. 
In an epic 13-12 win over West Valley in 11 innings on April 13, the never-say-die Gladiators rallied from deficits in the 10th and 11 innings to prevail. A two-run walk-off home run by Nice decided the outcome. 
After West Valley took an 11-6 lead with five runs in the top of the 10th, Chabot responded with five in the bottom of the inning. Kenny Corey started the uprising with a leadoff double, and Michael Echavia followed with an RBI single. Nice later had an RBI walk to score fellow Amador Valley High graduate, Echavia. Hidalgo added an RBI single. Nice and Adam Hollar scored to complete the dramatic rally. 
Overall, Nice was 2 for 4 with four RBIs, Hidalgo had two hits and three RBIs and Corey had two extra-bases hits. 
In a 13-6 win over De Anza on April 14, leadoff Cal Stevenson was 3 for 4 with a triple, and Sanderson, who has been on a tear, was 3 for 4 with three runs scored and a double. Chabot put it away with seven runs in the seventh.
Chabot will conclude conference play with a crucial four-game stretch, beginning at home against CSM (19-12, 8-7) on April 21 and at CSM on April 23. They have a home-and-home showdown against first-place Mission (23-8, 12-3),on April 26 in Hayward and April 28 in Santa Clara. 
Leroy Elliott took first place in the men's 110 hurdles on Saturday at Chabot in a meet co-hosted by the Gladiators and Cal State East Bay. 
In his first meet back after suffering from illness and a minor injury, Jason Intravaia stormed to first place in the men's 1,500 in a time of 4 minutes, 3 seconds.
Regular 800 runners Rhomel Clarke and Conner Mckinnon placed third and fourth in the 400 in season-best times of 48.9 for Clarke and 49.10 for Mckinnon.  
In his first attempt at the event, Brett Greene was an impressive second in the 3,000 steeplechase in 10:19. 
Adora Garrick had a state meet qualifying mark by placing third in the discus of 127 feet, 7 inches. 
The big meets are right around the corner for the Gladiators, who will compete at CSM this week. The conference championships are April 27-30 at De Anza. 
Chabot will host the NorCal Championships, with the trials on May 6 and the finals on May 14. The CCCAA state championship meet is in San Diego May 20-21. 
Trevor Samuda will enter the CCCAA Men's Singles Tennis State Championship (April 21-24 in Ojai) as the No. 13 seed in the top singles bracket.  
Hunter Kettering drew the No. 57 seed in the No. 33-64 singles bracket, and will receive a first-round bye. Prycen Haas, the No. 121 seed, also received a bye in the first round. 
In doubles, Kalvin Kwok and Trevor Samuda drew the 29th seed in the top bracket, and Kettering and Tony Lin are No. 33 in the 33-64 doubles bracket. Haas and Jenson Pawid are seeded No. 113 in the 97-128 bracket. 
Haley Agulay is the 13th seed in the top singles bracket of the state tourney, and Melissa Young is seeded 85th in the 65-96 bracket. Agulay and Young will receive first-round byes. 
Agulay and Sunny Zhou are seeded 25th in doubles. Lora Oco and Rita Kerwin are seeded 52nd in the second bracket. Young and Mari Fowler are seeded 121, and will receive a bye. 
Fresh off its Big 8 Conference Championship, the Gladiators are competing in the Monterey Tournament on Monday in Rancho Murieta. The Chabot Tournament is April 25. 
In the Big 8 Conference tourney, Sean Talmadge led Chabot with a 2-under 70 at San Juan Oaks in Hollister. Chabot, which had a 377 team score, had five players break 80, also including Zack Bailey, 75; Matt Baiardi, 76; Daniel Robertson, 77; and Walter Tucker, 79. Ryan Ortega shot an 81. 
Chabot (23-10, 5-6 Coast-North) dropped a doubleheader to host Santa Rosa on Sunday, 10-4 and 7-0. Alina Garcia had a solid effort in the 7-0 loss, and Amanda Coley delivered a strong game in the 10-4 defeat. 
Chabot also fell 10-2 to state juggernaut CSM on April 14. Coley had two hits, and Katrya Traylor and Samantha Adami each had doubles. 
A seven-run third inning lifted Chabot to a 13-4 rout of Shasta on April 15. Chelsea Sligh had four hits and three RBIs, and Coley had three hits and four RBIs.
Shasta rallied for a 6-5 win in the first game of the doubleheader. 
The Gladiators are set to host Gavilan and Ohlone on April 23.


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