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Weekly Athletic Recap (Mar 14 - Mar 20)


Chabot sophomore sprinter Jaskaran Singh was the Gladiators' big story in the Sacramento State Hornet Invitational.

A year suffering three cracked vertebrae in a motorcycle accident, Singh ran a career-best time of 10.99 seconds in the men's 100 meters, finishing fifth in his heat. A Kennedy High of Fremont graduate, Singh has been slowly recovering ever since the accident.

In another Chabot highlight, Leroy Elliott was an impressive fifth overall in the 110 hurdles in a time of 14.76, among Division I, Division II and community college competitors.

Rhomel Clarke and Conner Mckinnon, regular standouts in the 800, both ran well in the 400, finishing first and second in their heat. Clark was eighth overall in 49.57, and Mckinnon was 11th in 49.71.


The Gladiators have been marching to victories, well, in March.

After sweeping to victories over City College of San Francisco and Monterey Peninsula in the first week of the month, Chabot kept the good times rolling with wins against Monterey, 8-1, Foothill, 8-1, and Mission 7-2, to improve to 13-6 overall.

Against Foothill on March 15, Hailey Agulay prevailed in singles 6-1, 7-5, and teamed with Sonny Zhou to triumph 8-3 in doubles. Against Mission on  March 16, Indra Erdenekhuyag won a tough second-set to win 6-1 (10-4), and Lora Oca won 6-0, 6-0.


The Gladiators pounded De Anza 8-1 on March 17 as the doubles team of Kalvin Kwok (James Logan) and Trevor Samuda (Heritage) won 8-2. Samuda and Dennis Cheung (Tennyson) also cruised to singles wins, only dropping one game combined.

In a 7-2 loss to Foothill, Kwok carved out a 6-4, 7-5 victory and Hunter Kettering (Amador Valley) and Tony Lin triumphed in doubles 8-5.

In the Coast Conference Mid-Season Doubles tourney, Lin (Irvington) and Dennis Cheung (Tennyson) were champions of Flight #3. The Gladiators also hammered Mission 9-0 on March 1 as Kettering, Samuda and Cheung had nice wins.


Chabot's Abdallah Mahgoub won the men's 100-yard breaststroke and the 400 individual medley races at the College of San Mateo Invite. Madison Faulkner was first in the women's 200 butterfly (2:17.82).

Maghoub had a time of 1:05.84 in the breaststroke, and won the 400 IM by more than 13 seconds (4:31.00).

Faulkner was also second in the 100 butterfly (1:03.34) and third in the 100 backstroke (1:06.02).

Chabot's team of Mahgoub, Noah Kodur, Matthew Jelonek and Nicholas Harvey took third in the men's 800 freestyle relay (8:10.38).  The same four Gladiators were second in the 400 medley relay (4:04.67).

Nael Mousa, Zach Cunningham, Matthew Guevara and Saul Aleman-Magna were second in the men's 200 freestyle relay (1:28.80). In the men's 200 butterfly, Mousa was third. Jelonek was third in the men's 200 backstroke

In women's action, Jacqueline Jelonek, Alison Tucker, Choki Valle and Faulkner was third in the 800 freestyle relay (8:51.37). Tucker was third in the women's 50 free (26.55).


Wykeem Randle, a 6-foot-5 freshman guard who led the Coast-North in scoring with 19.0 points a game, was selected to the NorCal All-State team.

Randle of Missouri City, Texas also averaged six rebounds a game. He had a season high of 35 points against Mendocino. He was also selected first-team all-NorCal by Signal The Light Basketball.


Freshmen Tylore Bell and De'zire Hall were selected to the Coast-North All-Conference team, after helping the Gladiators to a runner-up finish in conference. Hall averaged 16.2 points and 10 rebounds a game, both team-highs, and Hall averaged 13.7 points a game.


The Gladiators (16-4, 2-3), who are a game behind Ohlone in the Coast-North, will start a six-game stretch of road games at West Valley (13-12-1, 5-2 Coast-South) on Tuesday.

Shortstop Katrya Traylor had a hot bat in a 9-1 win over Gavilan on March 15 with three hits and three RBIs and a home run. Third baseman Chelsea Sligh also had three hits and a home run. Brenna Lopez scattered five hits over six innings for the pitching win.


The surging Gladiators scored five in the first inning en route to an 11-2 win over De Anza Saturday to remain unbeaten in Coast-Golden Gate Conference.
 Kenny Corey was 4 for 4 with a triple, two RBIs and three runs scored. Michael Echavia had a home run and three RBIs. Jesse Lewis had two hits, including a triple, two RBIs and two runs.
 Chabot, which has won eight of its last nine games, is 12-6 overall and 3-0 in conference.

On Thursday, the Gladiators rallied from a three-run deficit to take a 6-3 win over West Valley on at Gene Wellman Field. After the Gladiators scored two in the seventh, Lewis gave Chabot a 4-3 lead with a two-run single in the eighth. Then Jake McIntosh crushed a two-run home run.

Chabot received excellent relief pitching as Adam Kimmel, Jacob Knight, Levi Noddin, Kevin Burt and Cal Stevenson, who had the save, combined to allow just four hits and no runs over the final 5.2 innings.

The Gladiators will travel to De Anza on Tuesday.


The Gladiators entered the week atop the standing in their division of the Big 8 Conference with 46 points, 10 better than second place Monterey Peninsula after a tournament at the Reserve GC in Stockton.

The top two teams in each of three Big 8 divisions will qualify for the May 8-9 NorCal tournament at Rancho Murieta. Chabot competed in another Big 8 event on Monday at Fountain Grove CC.

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