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March 1 - March 6

Chabot golf keeps teeing up tournament wins
Chalk up tournament victory No. 3 for the deep Chabot men's golf team.
The Gladiators overcame adverse weather conditions to shoot a 391 team score at the Big 8 tournament at Diablo Grande in Patterson.
Chabot's impeccable depth won the day as No. 6 man Ryan Ortega shot a 74 to finish as tournament co-medalist with Mason Troike of Folsom Lake.
Chabot prevailed by two shots over runner-up Reedley and by five shots over Folsom Lake. Rounding out the Gladiators top five were Zack Bailey (77), Sean Talmadge (79), Daniel Robertson (80) and Matt Baiardi (81).

The Chabot women's and men's tennis teams notched victories, with the men besting CCSF 7-2 and the women blanking Mission 9-0.
Highlighting the women's victory were singles wins by Hailey Agulay and Sunny Zhou. Chabot improved to 6-3.
In the men's match, Hunter Kettering and Trevor Samuda breezed to straight-set singles wins as the Gladiators improved to 8-5.

Chabot (8-5) entered this wet week riding a four-game winning streak as players are become more comfortable with their roles.
The Gladiators will play at Skyline, which has a turf field, on Tuesday and then complete nonconference play against visiting Hartnell at 2 p.m. on Thursday (weather permitting).
Chabot will open Coast-Golden Gate play at home against West Valley on March 15.
Chabot coach Steve Friend tells players to embrace with the process, and "we'll like the results the process produces," he says.

The Gladiators (15-3, 1-2) snapped a two-game losing streak with a well-deserved 6-5, nine-inning win over host Sacramento City (12-4-1) in the second game of a doubleheader split.
Hard-hitting Katrya Traylor was 3 for 5 with an RBI and a run scored in the win, and catcher Dakota Targett was 2 for 5 with two RBIs and a run. Pitcher Brenna Lopez went all nine for the victory, inducing Sac City hitters to swing early in the count, which worked to her advantage.
In the tension-filled first game, Traylor and Veronica Mora slugged home runs, and Amanda Coley had a triple. Mora's blast over the 10-foot fence in left field -- her first home run -- pumped up the young squad.
Even though the Gladiators dropped the back-and-forth game 5-4, coach Ashley Lokey appreciated her team's effort and the tough competition. Chabot scored three in the top of the seventh to take a 4-3 lead.
The second-game win gave Chabot a quality victory in a playoff-like environment, two days after the Gladiators absorbed a 10-2 loss in five innings to state No. 1 ranked CSM.
"Honestly, we hate losing, and that's something any team can say, but you have to keep learning from it," Lokey said. "We know we’re young team, and we know we have to make some adjustments every single day. … We have to come in and beat those teams, the tough teams."
The Gladiators' scheduled home game against Monterey Peninsula on Tuesday was postponed because of an unplayable field. They are at San Jose on Thursday, weather permitting.

Track and field
The Gladiators are braving the weather as they prepare for the meet at the Oxy Sprint and Distance Carnival at Occidental College Friday in Los Angeles.

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