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COLLEGE OF SISKIYOUS @ CABRILLO NOV23
Latest News...........

Seahawks Take Care of Lassen...

Cabrillo had no problems taking on Lassen College (Susanville) in the final game of the Thirteenth Annual Cabrillo College Classic to improve their pre-conference receord to 6-3. They took a 36-23 lead into the locker room at imtermission and never looked back holding Lassen (6-4) to just 49 points in the game while scoring 69. Leading the Seahawks was Avery Edwards with 13 points, eight rebounds and seven assists. Tanner Spence had 12 points, seven rebounds and three blocks.

Next up, The Hawks will travel to powerful City College of San Francisco (ranked #1 in the state) on Dec 9th. The tip-off will be at 7 PM.

Game #8 - BUTTE GETS PAST CABRILLO AT CLASSIC 52-51..

The Cabrillo College Seahawks gave up a close game to visiting Butte College in the Thirteenth Cabrillo College Classic. The Hawks had trouble scoring baskets and getting good looks in the first half but did well at the free throw line to keep the game close as Butte put the Seahawks in double-bonus. Starting the second half down 24-26 to the Roadrunners, the game stayed close with a tied score of 40-40 with a little over 11 minutes to go. With just over 2:30 left the Hawks had built a small 51-45 lead. However, they did not score another point in the last 2:30 of the game despite several opportunites at the line. Meanwhile Butte continued their scoring and put in a lay-up that would be the winning basket with about 1.8 seconds remaining.

Game #7 - HAWKS TRAVEL TO LAS POSITAS............

The Cabrillo College Seahawks came up short in a tight game at #3 ranked Las Positas on Saturday. The loss by only three points (75-78) was a good showing for the young Cabrillo team. Next up Cabrillo will host their own 13th Annual Cabrillo Classic starting on Friday Dec. 2 when they face Butte College (Oroville) with a tip off of 7 pm.

 

Game #6 - SEAHAWKS HANG ON TO BEAT COS 76-73............

The Cabrillo College Seahawks improved their record to 5-1 with a 76-73 victory tonight over College of the Siskiyous (Weed, CA). The game tonight might be one of the most unlikely of events one could ever witness.

The Seahawks came out and jumped all over the Eagles 24-4 to start the game and continued throughout the half as the Seahawks played as well as they have played in this young season. As a result, Cabrillo dominated the first half and went into the locker room up 53-23.

The second was a complete turnaround as COS played outstanding as they completely dominated the second half connecting on 12 three point baskets and cut the 30 point lead to two with less than a minute to play. COS had several chances to tie the game both from the line and and on two seperate possessions late in the game. COS showed tremendous pride and never gave up when it would have been easy to do so. They showed tremendous character with the way they came back.  Needless to say it was a very strange game to say the least.

Next the Seahawks travel to Livermore to take on the Las Positas Hawks. Game time is set for 5:00pm.

Game #5 - SEAHAWKS EARN CONSOLATION CHAMPIONSHIP AT SHASTA TOURNAMENT......

The Hawks turned up the heat in their final game at The Shasta Tournament (Redding) by defeating the host Shasta Knights 80-68 in the Consolation Championship Final Sunday to up their record to 4-1. They will return home to host Siskiyous College on Wednesday the 23rd of November with a tip-off of 7 pm.

Game #4 - SEAHAWKS BOUNCE BACK, TAKE OUT SISKIYOUS AT SHASTA TOURNAMENT......

The Seahawks took care of The College of the Siskiyous (Weed, Ca.) in the consolation first round of The Shasta College Tournament by a very convincing score of 90-61. Next up will be the winner of the Merrit versusShasta game Sunday at 12 pm.

Game #3 - SEAHAWKS DROP A GAME AT SHASTA TOURNAMENT......

The Seahawks are now 2-1 after suffering a loss to Diablo Valley College (Pleasant Hill) at The Shasta College Tournament in Redding by a score of 59-76. They are taking on the College of Siskiyous (Weed, Ca.) in the first round of the consolation bracket at 2 pm Saturday.

Game #2 - SEAHAWKS HANDLE SHASTA 86-69......

The Cabrillo College Seahawks beat the Shasta College Knights 86-69 to improve their record to 2-0 on the season. The Seahawks connected on 13 three point baskets and shot 25-31 from the free throw line on the night. Again Cabrillo had balanced scoring featuring Tristen Hodges' 7 three point baskets. Six in the first half.

Cabrillo enjoyed early leads in the first but could not pull away from the determined Shasta squad. Cabrillo lead at the half 47-40.

The Seahawks tightened their defense in the second half holding the Knights to 29 second half points. The Seahawks opened up several 18 point leads as they controlled the game on their way to the win.

Tristen Hodges lead all scorers with 23 points. Tynan Velasquez scored 15 points. Amenofis Mitchell had 14 points. Avery Edwards and Linton Acliese chipped in with 13 and 11 respectively.

Next the Seahawks will travel, oddly enough, to Redding, Ca to participate in the Shasta College Tournament on Nov. 18th. The Seahawks will take on Diablo Valley College (Pleasant Hill, CA). Tip-off is scheduled for 2:00pm.

 

Game #1 - SEAHAWKS OPEN SEASON WITH 83-62 WIN OVER REDWOODS.........

The Cabrillo College Seahawks opened the 2016-17 campaign tonight with an impressive 83-62 win in the second game of the Cabrillo Tip-off Tournament in Aptos, CA. Cabrillo (1-0) opened up a 15 lead midway thru the first half only to see Redwoods (0-1) fight back and closethe gap 38-31 at halftime.

In what was a game of runs the Seahawks went on a 17-2 run to close the game out.

Linton Acliese led the Seahawks in scoring with 19 points. Tynan Velasquez and Tanner Spence both had 11 points. Brett Reed scored 10 and Amenofis Mitchell and Shaq Floyd each had 9 respectively to round out Cabrillo's balanced scoring attack.

Next the Seahawks will take on Shasta College at 5:00pm on Sunday to finish the Tip-off Classic.

San Joaqiun Delta will play College of the Redwoods at 3:00pm on Sunday as well. SJDC was a 94-71 winner over Shasta this afternoon.

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