SUNDAY

Sequoias tourney

Fresno City College 75, College of the Sequoias 65 full box

Pasadena City College 67, Shasta College 52 full box

Delta tourney

San Francisco City College 83, Butte College 66

Cabrillo College 61, San Joaquin Delta College 43

San Joaquin Delta College 83, Merced College 80

SATURDAY

West Valley tourney

West Valley 70, Diablo Valley College 54

Foothill College 65, Ohlone College 63

Hartnell College 65, Solano College 59

Santa Rosa tourney

Santa Rosa Junior College 85, Feather River College 69

Skylar Chavez was named the tournament Most Valuable Player with Sadik Safi, Cetrick Yeanay and Jordan Graves earned all tourney honors.

Napa Valley College 69, Cañada College 67

Los Medanos College 96, College of the Redwoods 88

San Joaquin Delta tourney

City College of San Francisco 73, Cabrillo College 56

Butte College 64, Sierra College 58 Sedale HansonYoung shot 5-10 from long distance for 15 points. Butte box

San Joaquin Delta College 82, Reedley College 79 OT

Merced College 82, College of Alameda 76 Chiddy Golden posted a 15/15 double-double for CoA. Alameda box

College of the Sequoias tourney

Fresno City College 80, Cerritos College 69 full box

Pasadena College 75, Contra Costa College 65 full box


Columbia College 72, Modesto Junior College 71

FRIDAY

Las Positas College 88, Folsom Lake College 68

“…With two games remaining before the tough Coast North Conference schedule, the Hawks welcomed the Folsom Lake Falcons (1-7) into the Nest. When all was said and done, Hawk Nation would send the Falcons packing with a 1-8 record and long drive back home.

The first half saw multiple lead changes through the first 10 minutes as the Hawks felt out the first-year program. Tulsa-bound Peter Hewitt provided a steady force for the Hawks as he finished the half with 10 points and two monster dunks that brought the crowd to their feet. Heading into the half, the Hawks used a late run to go up twelve, 35-23.

Coming out of halftime, the Hawks picked up where they left off going up by as many as 18 before Folsom Lake called a time out. The visiting team got within eight points with 7 minutes remaining before the Hawks took control behind three 3-pointers from Jason Augliera and 15 points in half from Anand Hundal. The Hawks outscored their opponents by 12 over the last 5 minutes to secure the 88-68 win…”


Santa Rosa tourney

Santa Rosa Junior College 79, Napa Valley College 68

For the hosts, Skylar (Drake High) Chavez  buried eight treys on his way to 28 points, Cetrick (Casa Grande High) Yeanay tallied 18 points on six three-pointers and Jordan (North Monterey County High) Graves posted a 13 point, 11 assists double-double.

Los Medanos College 79, Mendocino College 78

College of the Redwoods 74, Chabot 61 Kameron Lowe tallied 18 for the victors. Redwoods box

Feather River College 74, Cañada College 71

West Valley tourney

Solano College 63, Monterey Peninsula College 56

“…Leading the way for the Falcons (5-5) was Isaiah Duplechan, who scored 15 points. Leon Williams had 14 points, while Maurice Kimball added 11 points…”

Hartnell College 76, Cerro Coso 74

Foothill College 68, Diablo Valley College 50

San Joaquin Delta tourney

City College San Francisco 77, San Joaquin Delta College 65

Butte College 75, Merced College 61 Darae Elliott shot 8-10 on his way to 16 points and also grabbed eight boards. Butte box

Cabrillo College 63, Reedley College 36

Sierra College 101, College of Alameda 85

Sequoias tourney

Fresno City College 103, El Camino College 85 Sophomore guard Tommy (Half Moon Bay High) Nuno totaled 18 points, seven rebounds and six assists. Fresno box

Cerritos College 76, Shasta College 67 Blake (Foothill High) Trent paced Shasta with 18 points and Hunter (Sierra High) Johnson grabbed 15 rebounds. full box

College of the Sequoias 80, Contra Costa College 76 full box

The Comets had their 3 game winning streak stopped last night, falling 80-76 to the host team, College of Sequoias in the 1st round of the Pepsi/Holiday Inn Tournament. The Comets came out flat and fell down by double digits early. They made a few runs in the 2nd half, but were undone by a bad 10/20 night from the FT line. G Kemare Wright led the Comets with 19 points and 5 rebounds and G Eric Jones’s 17 points and 7 rebounds.”

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