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Chabot sports roundup, Oct 9th edition



The Chabot wrestling team had six individual placers in the Modesto Tournament and finished fourth among 14 teams.

Rafael Vega paced the Gladiators finishing second at 174 pounds, falling 13-2 to Cameron Casey of Santa Rosa in the championship match. Logan Atchinson (184) won the third-place match against Dylan Kranich of San Joaquin Delta 6-4.

The Gladiators had three fourth-place finishers: Brandon Julien (124), Lazaro Carrasco (197) and Chumkaur Dhaliwal (285). Ryan Petersen (165) injury defaulted because of a knee injury and wound up sixth. Kyle Thornton (197) also placed sixth.

Chabot will compete in the Northern California Community College Championship Dual Tournament in Santa Rosa on Saturday.


The Chabot men’s team (1-10-1, 0-2-1 Coast-South) dropped a pair of matches last week, falling to Evergreen Valley 4-1 and West Valley 4-2.

Cristian Guzman scored off a Brandon Sosa assist against Evergreen Valley, but the 1-0 lead did not hold up. Chabot took a 2-0 lead against West Valley, but couldn’t hang on.

In women’s action, Chabot (1-6-2, 0-2) fell 7-2 against powerful CCSF. Standout Sydney Hollingsworth scored both Gladiators’ goals off assists from Breanna Aranda. The sophomore Hollingsworth paces Chabot with six goals this season.


The Gladiators (1-4) earned a much-needed first win this season, 15-9 at De Anza in Cupertino on Sept. 30 to complete nonconference play.

Now Chabot will look to build on that with a tougher assignment at Fresno City (3-2) on Saturday to open play in the National Conference-Valley division. The Rams are coming off a 45-21 win over Reedley in the Battle of the Pump. Fresno’s only two losses were squeakers against formidable foes, American River (4-1) in overtime and CSM (4-1). Last year, Chabot beat Fresno City as Gladiators’ then-freshman Deangelo Stubbs, a diminutive back with a ton of heart, ran for 88 yards on 33 carries.

This season the Gladiators have been right there in the fourth quarter in all but one defeat, so Chabot’s record is a bit deceiving. Sophomore quarterback Johnny O’Brien is ranked No. 6 in the state in completion percentage at 66.3 percent and No. 10 in yards passing per game with 233.4.

Malik Henderson, with 25 catches, and Malik Langham, with 21, pace the Gladiators’ receivers. Freshman wideout Dajuan Johnson is averaging 22.1 yards per return on special teams. Stubbs and Langham lead the way in individual scoring with 18 points apiece, each with three receiving touchdowns.


Chabot lost to CCSF 3-0 (25-7, 25-7, 25-4) on Oct. 4 in conference play to remain winless on the season.

--- Matt Schwab, Chabot media relations






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