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Chabot sports roundup, Feb 5


The Chabot women’s basketball team will look to build on an impressive season in its final four Coast-North games over the next two weeks.
The Gladiators (18-5, 6-2), ranked 15th in the Jan. 29 CCCWBCA State Poll and eighth in the North, are coming off a 70-68 defeat against host City College of San Francisco -- an exciting, back-and-forth showdown that lived up to the billing.
Shooting guard Olivia Vezaldenos paced the Gladiators with 30 points, and Mia Finnie had a double-double with 15 points and 13 rebounds. Chabot led by four with 1:20 left in the fourth quarter, but the Rams (20-3, 7-0) managed to escape with the win.
But the Gladiators are coming on fast. Vezaldenos, a former East Union-Manteca star, was a tidy 13 for 26 from the floor. She is ranked 14th in the state in 3-point shooting percentage at 40.6 and 17th in scoring at 19.4 per game.
Chabot will host Skyline on Wednesday at 5 p.m. In the first round of Coast-North play, the Gladiators beat Skyline 80-66 behind 18 points from Kim Masulit. Alyssa Pluth had 10 assists and Ferryn Steen scored 14 from off the bench.
Chabot will round out the regular season at Ohlone on Feb. 9, against Las Positas on Feb. 14 in Hayward and at College of San Mateo on Feb. 16.


Chabot, led by a pair of freshmen, Stephen Northington (13.5 ppg) and Jorden Gilmete (13.1 ppg), will host Skyline at 7 p.m. Wednesday. Then the Gladiators will look to sweep the season series against East Bay-rival Ohlone on Friday in Fremont.
Chabot bested Ohlone 82-70 on Jan. 17 as Northington had a double-double with 21 points and 10 rebounds. Isaiah Ali also had a big game with 20 points and Eliot Harris added 13 points and eight assists.

The Gladiators (1-4) will host Los Medanos (2-3) at 11 a.m. on Tuesday after dropping a three-game series against Sacramento City, which finished the 2017 season ranked seventh in the state.
In a 5-2 defeat at Sac City on Feb. 2, Chabot shortstop David Langer was 3 for 4 and left fielder Troy Bachand was 2 for 4 with a run scored. Relievers David Duran and Grant Mendoza were effective, combining to allow four hits and no earned runs over 5.0 innings.






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