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Cabrillo College guard Allen Wilcher was named Co-MVP of the Coast Conference South division by the coaches. Wilcher, a 6'3" 190 sophomore from Gary, Indiana, averaged 17 points, 9.7 rebounds and almost 4 assists per game. In 2014 Wilcher was a 1st Team All-Coast Conference South selection as well. Arguably, the most complete player in the conference, Wilcher shared the honor with Chris Sterling of SJCC.

Shooting guard Latrell Wilson was voted a 1st Team selection. Wilson, a 6'3" 180 sophomore from Arcata, California, averaged 17.2 points per game while shooting 36% from behind the arc and 89% from the line. Wilson was one of the best 3pt. shooters in Northern California.

Forward Zavon Jackson was voted to the 2nd Team All-Coast Conference South. Jackson, a 6'5" 230 sophomore from Salt Lake City, Utah, averaged 14 points per game, 11 rebounds and shot 57% from the floor. Jackson was amoung the best rebounders in the state this year and is without question one of the best in the history of Cabrillo College basketball.

Wilcher's MVP honor marks the 5th consecutive time a Cabrillo College player has won the MVP of the Coast Conference South division.

2014 Warren Jackson (signed SF-State)

2013 Colin Gruber (signed UC-Riverside)

2012 Tyler Velasquez (signed Concordia)

2011 Marcus Duran (Univ. of the Pacific)



The Cabrillo College Seahawks will not be playing in the post-season California State Championships for the first time in six years. Cabrillo's third place conference finish (15-12, 7-5) and five conference losses are the lowest finish and most defeats since 2006. The third place finish ends Cabrillo's streak of four consecutive Coast Conference South Championships and now six in the last nine years.


In the last regular season home game of the season Cabrillo hosted DeAnza College who came into the game in a 3 way tied for 3rd place in the conference with Cabrillo and Monterey Peninsula. After 40 minutes of action Cabrillo disposed of DeAnza to the tune of a 69-59 victory.

Aron West got things going early for the Seahawks with 2 big dunks off beautiful lobs from Allen Wilcher that set the tone for how Cabrillo would play throughout the night. The Seahawks were the aggressors attacking the rim relentlessly. West, Wilcher and Zavon Jackson would combine for 26 of Cabrillo's 33 first half points helping to take a 33-29 lead into the break.

The 2nd half saw a lot more of Wilcher and Jackson with Latrell Wilson coming to life as well, Cabrillo would take full control of the game in the early goings building a double digit lead that they would hold onto till the final horn sounded. Wilcher would lead all scorers with 21, Jackson finished with 19 and Wilson chipped in 14 for Cabrillo. Cabrillo's streak of 4 consecutive years as Coast Conference Champs would come to an end but the season ended on a positive note with back to back home wins to send the sophomore class off properly. Cabrillo finishes with a 15-12 record, 7-5 in Coast Conference South play.


The comfy confines of home have been good to Cabrillo all year long and tonight was no different. Cabrillo was able to put together an impressive 2nd half performance that propelled them to a 92-62 win. After a first half that saw the Seahawks play without the effort and enthusiasm that they have displayed all year, the 2nd half saw a much different team as Cabrillo would out score Gavilan 53-31.

Zavon Jackson would lead all scorers with 25 points, Latrell Wilson had 22, Allen Wilcher finished with 16 and Seth Warfield came off the bench to pour in 12 for the Seahawks. The win improves Cabrillo's record to 14-12, 6-5 in Coast South Conference play. Up next for Cabrillo is the final home game of the regular season Friday night at 7pm vs. DeAnza. Come support our sophomores as they suit up for what might be the final home game of their careers.


The Cabrillo College Seahawks lost a tough one tonight in Saratoga to West Vallley College 64-63. The lose drops the Seahawks to 5-5 in conference play and 13-12 overall.

Allen Wilcher lead all scorers with 25 points. Latrell Wilson had 19 and Zavon Jackson chipped in with 15. Next, the Seahawks will take on Gavilan College on Wednesday (2-18-15) night in Aptos. Tip-off is scheduled for 7:00pm.


With 4 games remaining in the regular season the Cabrillo Men's Basketball Team found themselves with their backs against the wall. Win 4 straight or possibly miss the playoffs for the first time since 2009. First up was a tough Monterey Peninsula Team that had knocked off Cabrillo in Monterey in January. This time the game was in Aptos and Cabrillo was seeking revenge. The game did not start well for the Seahawks, MPC started the game on fire, hitting everything they shot and jumped on Cabrillo early to the tune of a 26-13 advantage with about 8 minutes left in the first half. A big 3 in the corner by Johann Schmidt got the comeback started, Cabrillo's defensive intensity stepped up and a Zavon Jackson basket with 29 seconds left in the half would culminate the comeback and tie it all at 34. An MPC answered with a triple as the half ended, giving them a 37-34 lead at the break.

As the 2nd half got started MPC came out firing again, increasing their lead to 10, 48-38 before another furious Cabrillo rally made the game close. A Latrell Wilson 3 with 10 minutes left would give Cabrillo its first lead at 58-56 and the rest of the game was a back and forth affair, neither team able to hold a lead. With a 69-68 lead and under a minute to play MPC would finish at the rim to take a 70-69 lead. After a Cabrillo time out, Cabrillo put the ball in the hands of Allen Wilcher who drove to the basket as the shot clock ticked down, drew 3 MPC defenders and found Seth Warfield on the right wing for a wide open 3 that he would knock down giving Cabrillo a 72-70 lead with under 20 seconds to go. Monterey had 1 last shot to win it with a deep 3 as time ran out but it would fall short and Cabrillo would prevail.

Wilcher would lead the Seahawks in scoring with 21, Wilson had 20 and Jackson finished with 11. The win improves Cabrillo to 13-11 on the year, 5-4 in Conference and keeps them alive for a possible playoff berth. Up next is another big game on the road vs. West Valley, Friday night at 7pm. West Valley currently sits alone in 2nd place in the conference.


In the last of 4 consecutive conference road games Cabrillo traveled to San Jose to take on the no.3 team in the state and the top team in the Coast South Conference. Things looked good early as Cabrillo jumped out to a 9-0 lead only to see San Jose charge back. Every time San Jose made a run, a Latrell Wilson, Allen Wilcher or Zavon Jackson basket would take the momentum back. Up 10 with 6 minutes before half, San Jose made a strong charge to close the gap, a made 3 point shot as the half ticked down tied the score at halftime, both teams knotted at 30 a piece.

The 2nd half saw the back and forth battle continue. A big charge call on Wilcher with 10 minutes left gave him his 5th foul and eliminated him for the remainder of the game. Despite the loss of their team captain and leading scorer, the Seahawks continued to fight and with 2 minutes to go in the game, found themselves down 2. But missed free-throws down the stretch would be Cabrillo's undoing. Where Cabrillo faltered from the line San Jose capitalized, earning them a hard fought 64-57 victory. Cabrillo would shoot 10-21 from the line on the night compared to 20-28 from San Jose. Jackson led Cabrillo with 15points, Wilson had 13 and Wilcher 12 before his early exit. The loss drops Cabrillo to 12-11 on the season, 4-4 in conference play. Cabrillo has a bye on Friday and gets back in action 7pm Wednesday night at home vs. MPC. Cabrillo looks to avenge a loss at MPC in the first round of conference play.



The Seahawks took to the road for the 3rd consecutive game to start the 2nd round of conference play against Heartens College. Cabrillo enjoyed a convincing win vs. Hartnell in early January and tonight would be very similar to end the month. Hartnell knocked down a 3 to start the game, Cabrillos scored the next 11 points and the game never got close. Coach Tony Marcopulos inserted Johann Schmidt into the starting lineup and his effort was contagious for the entire night. Cabrillo played with a great deal of energy throughout the game, dominating the boards, sharing the ball and getting out in transition for easy scores. Latrell Wilson had a big first half scoring 20 before the break, along with Allen Wilcher's 13 Cabrillo held a 50-29 advantage.

The 2nd half Hartnell shot the ball well from deep keeping the game from getting out of hand but the outcome was never in jeopardy. Cabrillo's lead got up to as many as 26 before Coach Marcopulos began to empty his bench to give his starters plenty of rest. As the final horn sounded Cabrillo walked away with a 94-77 victory. Seth Warfield came off the bench and scored 11 points in the 2nd half, Wilson finished with a game high 31, Wilcher had 18 and Zavon Jackson added 13 for the Seahawks. The win brings Cabrillo's record to 12-10 on the season, 4-3 in the conference play. Up next for Cabrillo they take to the road again, this time to battle San Jose City College who is in first place and undefeated in the conference, which includes a 92-80 victory in Aptos over the Seahawks. Cabrillo will look to avenge that earlier loss and put themselves back in the thick of things in the Coast South.


The Cabrillo Men's Basketball Team took to the road to battle the DeAnza Dons and for the 2nd year in a row DeAnza proved to be too much for Cabrillo on their home floor. The game started out slow as neither team was able to get much going offensively. Latrell Wilson was the lone bright spot on offense for Cabrillo in the early goings as he would score the first 8 points of the game for the Seahawks and finish with 12 in the half. Cabrillo was limited to just 21 points in the first stanza, fortunately for them, DeAnza wasn't much better scoring 25 and holding a 4 point advantage, 25-21.

The 2nd half saw a much different display as both teams started hitting shots, DeAnza got hot from behind the arch and saw their lead get up to as many as 14 before a furious Seahawk rally cut the lead to 4, 60-56 with just under 1 minute to play. DeAnza made big free-throws down the stretch to keep Cabrillo at arms length and eventually gutted out a 67-61 win. Allen Wilcher led Cabrillo in scoring with 24 and Wilson finished with 16 as they were the only two Cabrillo players in double figures. The loss drops Cabrillo to 11-10 on the season and 3-3 in conference play. Up next the Seahawks take to the road again as they begin the 2nd round of conference play at Hartnell, this Friday at 7pm.


Three Cabrillo Sophomores State Ranked in Statistics...

Seahawks Zavon Jackson, Allen Wilcher and Latrell Wilson are ranked high in the state rankings published on line by the California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA). Zavon Jackson is fifth in the state for total rebounds (11.1 per game) and ranked 4th in the state in offensive rebounds (4.5 per game). Allen Wilcher is ranked 21st in the state for points scored (333) and 20th in the state for rebounding, while Latrell Wilson is ranked 24th in the state for points scored (326).


The Seahawks took to the road tonight in the first of four consecutive conference games away from home to take on the Gavilan Rams. Looking to get off to another good start Cabrillo relied heavily on the trio of Allen Wilcher, Zavon Jackson and Latrell Wilson who would combine for 22 points in the first half, only 2 shy of the entire Gavilan team and would pace the way for a halftime lead of 32-24.

Gavilan shot the ball well from  behind the arch and it kept them in the game in the first half, but a Cabrillo surge to start the 2nd half put the game out of reach. Cabrillo's lead ballooned to as many as 32 allowing Coach Marcopulos to empty his bench for the second consecutive game. Cabrillo hit 11 shots from long distance in the game and knocked in 21 free-throws, 18 of which came in the 2nd half. When the final horn sounded Cabrillo was able to walk away with a convincing 80-56 win. Jackson led all scorers with 18 points, Wilson had 15, Wilcher finished with 14 and Kean Flowers added 11.

The win improves Cabrillo's record to 11-9 on the season and 3-2 in the Coast South Conference. Up next they will travel to DeAnza on Wednesday night to complete the first round of conference play. Tip-Off is set for 7pm.



Cabrillo got back on track tonight at home vs West Valley College who came into the game undefeated in conference play and in sole possession of 1st place in the Coast South. The Seahawks jumped on West Valley early, scoring the first 16 points of the game and never looked back. At the break Cabrillo held a 34-16 advantage and would improve upon that quickly once the 2nd half got underway. Coach Tony Marcopulos was able to get everyone into the action tonight as the Seahawks cruised to a 53-29 win improving their home record to 6-1 on the season.

Zavon Jackson led all scorers with 12 points, his partner in crime Latrell Wilson finished with 10, Kean Flowers knocked in three triples on the night to tally 9 points and Allen Wilcher chipped in 8 all in the first half before he began to facilitate the offense and get his teammates going.

The win improves Cabrillo's record to 10-9 on the season and 2-2 in conference play. Now Cabrillo faces a tough stretch where their next 4 games will be on the road starting with a trip to Gilroy to face off with Gavilan College at 7pm on Friday night.



After a week with a bad taste in their mouths from a tough home loss to San Jose City, Cabrillo got back to work on the road vs. Monterey Peninsula College. MPC came out and jumped on the Seahawks early to the tune of a 9-2 lead before Latrell Wilson got things going and Cabrillo began to right the ship. Once Wilson hit a few shots, Cabrillo settled down and went on a 29-13 run to end the half and go into the break with a 31-22 advantage.

As well as Cabrillo played the last 14 minutes of the half, MPC played even better in the next stanza. Monterey opened the half hot again, scoring 8 quick points to cut the lead to 1. For the next 15 minutes the game was back and forth with each team taking the lead only to relinquish it a few possessions later. With the score tied at 55 and 3:48 to go Cabrillo went ice cold, turned the ball over multiple times and was unable to capitalize from the free-throw line, MPC was. Monterey finished the game on a 10-2 run handing Cabrillo its 2nd straight conference loss 65-57.

Allen Wilcher led all scorers with 20 points, Wilson had 13 and Zavon Jackson chipped in 12. The loss puts Cabrillo at 9-9 on the season, 1-2 in conference play. The Seahawks will try to get back on track as they host West Valley on Wednesday January 21st at 7pm.



San Jose City College came to Aptos tonight bringing a 13-3 record, the no.2 ranking in Northern California and were recently crowned the odds on favorite to win the Coast South Conference. After 40 minutes of basketball they looked the part and walked away with a 92-80 victory.

The first half was a back and forth affair, Cabrillo took the lead early, San Jose answered and took a 21-10 advantage before Cabrillo made a run of its own tieing the game up at 25, 27 and again at 29. San Jose made a run before the half to take a 43-37 lead into the break.

San Jose knocked down a 3 to open the 2nd half and was able to push their lead to as many as 16 before the Seahawks were able to start clawing their way back into the game. Cabrillo cut the lead to 9 on several occasions but too many turnovers, defensive miscues and 2nd chance opportunities kept them from getting any closer. San Jose was clutch from the free-throw line all night, going 31-33 and kept Cabrillo from getting any closer. Allen Wilcher led Cabrillo in scoring with 21 points, Latrell Wilson had 19 and Zavon Jackson had 16. The loss drops the Seahawks to 9-8 on the season, 1-1 in conference play. Up next Cabrillo will travel to Monterey Peninsula on Friday January 16th for a 7pm tip-off.



Cabrillo College opened up Conference play at home vs. Hartnell tonight and cruised to a 79-64 victory. The Seahawks jumped on Hartnell early, never trailed and never looked back. Kean Flowers got things rolling with a 3 from the wing on the games first possession and that would be as close as the game got, Aron West was a terror on the boards, cleaning up missed shots and giving Cabrillo 2nd chance opportunities that they would capitalize upon. Cabrillo led 12-0 before Hartnell got on the board and would take a 46-26 lead into halftime.

The 2nd half saw everyone on the Cabrillo roster get into the action, Cabrillo's bench scored a season high 36 points, their lead got up to as much as 26 before Coach Marcopulos emptied the bench. Seth Warfield scored 12 points off the bench hitting 4 three's, he was 1 of 6 Seahawks to knock down a triple on the night. Hartnell fought hard to the very end, eventually cutting the lead to 15 before the final horn sounded. Allen Wilcher lead Cabrillo in scoring on the night with 18 points, Latrell Wilson chipped in 11 and Matt Nolan added 9 and continued to shoot the ball well from behind the arch.

The win improves Cabrillo's record to 9-7 on the season and 1-0 in conference play. Up next for the Seahawks, San Jose City College comes to town this Friday at 7pm.


In the final pre-season game before conference play begins next week, Cabrillo traveled to San Bruno to take on Skyline College currently ranked no.8 in Northern California and holding a 12-1 record. Cabrillo looking to get over .500 before they begin conference had a tough task but was up to the challenge. Latrell Wilson got things started for Cabrillo opening the game with a 3 from the left wing. A few possessions later he hit another 3 from the opposite wing, was fouled, hit the free-throw and Cabrillo started with a 7-2 advantage. The 1st half was tough, hard fought and each team struggled to score, at the break Cabrillo led 20-19.

The 2nd half saw each team go back and forth taking the lead, only to relinquish it on the next possession. Matt Nolan came off the bench for the Seahawks to go 3-4 from behind the arch and knocked down 2 big free-throws. Cabrillo's big 3 made plays down the stretch, as well as converting from the charity stripe going 16-18 on the night, including 10 straight in the last 2 minutes. Two Allen Wilcher free-throws would give Cabrillo a 59-51 lead with 11 seconds to play. A Skyline 3 as time expired would provide the final score and Cabrillo drove home with an impressive 59-54 win.

Wilcher paced the Seahawks with 17 points, Wilson had 16, Zavon Jackson had 11 and Nolan's 11 would provide just enough scoring to secure a victory. The win  puts Cabrillo at 8-7. Up next will be the Conference Home Opener against Hartnell College on Wednesday January 7th at 7pm.


After an early season loss to Foothill in the Consolation Championship at the Shasta College Tournament, Cabrillo got a 2nd shot at Foothill and made it count. Cabrillo Jumped out to a 15-0 lead before Foothill began to chip away at the lead. With 30 seconds left before the half a Foothill 3 from the top of the key would give the Owl's a 30-29 lead into the break.

A few quick buckets by Zavon Jackson and Allen Wilcher to start the 2nd half gave the Seahawks a lead they would never relinquish. Foothill never went away, kept the game close and continued to answer every Cabrillo run. Back to back 3's by Latrell Wilson late in the game pushed the lead to double digits for the Seahawks who would then hold on for the 64-56 victory. Zackson led the way with 23 points, Wilcher finished with 16 and Wilson added 11 to help improve the Cabrillo record to 7-7.

Up next Cabrillo will face Skyline College in San Bruno at 4pm on January 3rd, Skyline has spent time ranked as the top team in Northern California and brings a 12-1 record into the contest.

Sierra College (5-6) defeated the Seahawks 46-73 in the third place game of The Delta CollegeTournament in Stockton. Cabrillo (6-7) will host Foothill College (Los Altos Hills) in it's next game at the Adobe Palace in the confines of home on December 29th. Tip-off is 7 PM. Go Seahawks!
The semi-final game against the host Delta College (8-3) proved difficult for the Seahawks as they fell 63-76 on Saturday. Latrell Wilson scored 17 points while Allen Wilcher supplied 16 points and both Zavon Jackson and Kean Flowers had 11 for the Seahawks (6-6), who will play Sierra in the third-place game on Sunday at 2 p.m. Aron West, coming off of an injury that has kept him out of play for weeks had eight points in the game.
In the opening round of the Delta College Tournament Cabrillo faced off with Alameda College. It was a special night for Head Coach Tony Marcopulos, whose uncle Earnie Marcopulos, was a Hall of Fame Coach and Athletic Director at Delta College and was being honored before the game.  The ceremony was a wonderful tribute to the elder Marcopulos with a number of former players, coaches, family and friends in attendance. After the ceremony it was time for Cabrillo and Alameda to face off.
After Alameda scored on their opening possession, Cabrillo would answer and never trail again the rest of the game.  At the break the Seahawks led 29-22, and in the first 5 minutes of the 2nd half Cabrillo was able to take control of the game and built their lead to 16 before Alameda began to chip away. With both teams struggling from behind the arch Cabrillo held an 11 point lead with a little over 4 minutes to go before Alameda got hot from behind the arch, hitting 6 of their next 7 from deep eventually cutting the Cabrillo lead to 2 with 22 seconds left. Allen Wilcher went to the line and calmly knocked down 2 free throws that would give Cabrillo a 60-56 lead with 9 seconds left in the game. Latrell Wilson would steal the inbounds pass on the next possession and Cabrillo was able to run out the clock and hold on for the win.
Wilcher led Cabrillo in scoring with 21 points, Wilson contributed 15 and Zavon Jackson added 15 as well for Cabrillo. The win improves Cabrillo to 6-5 on the season. They will face off against Delta College at 7pm Saturday Night in the semi-finals.


The comfy confines of home have been just what the Seahawks needed. After a tough loss 7 days ago at Las Positas, Cabrillo (5-5) took on Chabot College (5-5) the team that ended their season a year ago. There was no doubt that payback was on the mind of sophomores Latrell Wilson, Allen Wilcher and Zavon Jackson.

The first half saw both teams go back and forth taking the lead only to relenquish it a few possessions later. Wilson, Wilcher and Jackson would lead the charge for the Seahawks but Chabot had an answer to every Cabrillo run and would take a 39-38 lead into the break.

The 2nd half saw much of the same, Chabot began to take control of the game and led by as many as 6 before Cabrillo made its run, with about 6 minutes left Wilson scored and would get fouled on the play. His free throw would put Cabrillo up 1 and that would be the final lead change of the game. A few possessions later Johann Schmidt would knock in his 2nd triple of the game and it was a big one, it would push the lead to 6.Chabot would cut the lead to 4 on multiple occassions but Noah Wheeler would hit 2 freethrows with 21 seconds left to ice the game and secure the win.

Allen Wilcher lead all scorers with 22 points. Latrell Wilson scored 18 and Zavon Jackson had 14 points.

Up next for the Seahawks is Alameda College on Friday Dec.19th in the opening round of the San Joaquin Delta College Tournament in Stockton. Tip off is scheduled for 8:00pm.


Six days after beating the no.3 team in the state Cabrillo was unable to take their show on the road. Traveling to Las Positas proved to be too much for the Seahawks. Cabrillo started strong behind their sophomore trio of Allen Wilcher, Latrell Wilson and Zavon Jackson, LPC answered with a balanced scoring attack getting contributions from everyone who played. With 3 minutes left in the first half Wilcher picked up his 3rd and a 4th foul on back to back possessions, LPC went on a run and took a 36-30 lead at the break.

The 2nd half saw Cabrillo close the gap, and Las Positas take control, the game went back and forth and with 2 minutes left LPC led 70-66. A missed 3 by Cabrillo led to a basket by LPC and the Seahawks were unable to get any closer eventually falling 75-69. Jackson had a career high 26 points, Wilcher had 21 and Wilson added 19 as the trio combined for every made field goal for Cabrillo on the night. The loss drops Cabrillo to 4-5 on the season. Up next Chabot comes to town on Saturday Dec. 13th at 5pm.



In the final game of the Cabrillo Classic, the host Seahawks matched up with the no.3 team in the state Lassen College. It was a battle in the first half with Cabrillo jumping out early to a 13-4 lead only to see Lassen finish the half strong. Up 29-23 as the half wound down, Lassen gave up a lay-up at the buzzer to Zavon Jackson cutting the Lassen lead to 4, 29-25.

The 2nd half was all Cabrillo as the Seahawks would come out on fire, Wilson, Jackson and Allen Wilcher would combine for every made field goal, hit every big shot and propelled Cabrillo to a big home win. The Cabrillo lead got to as many as 18 before Cabrillo settled in with a 71-59 victory. Wilcher led all scorers with 26 points, 22 in the 2nd half. Wilson finished with 22 and Jackson had 12, the sophomore trio had a tremendous weekend and helped Cabrillo even their season record to 4-4.

Up next for Cabrillo they will travel to Las Positas College (Livermore) on Saturday Dec. 6th at 7pm.



In the home opener for Cabrillo, Latrell Wilson had the hot hand early and got things started for Cabrillo with big shots from all over the floor. His 18 first half points were a game high and just what Cabrillo needed in their home opener against a tough Butte squad. Allen Wilcher and Wilson single handidly outscored Butte in the first half giving the Seahawks at 41-25 advantage at the break. In a game where Cabrillo never trailed, everyone was able to get into the action. The 2nd half saw Zavon Jackson assert himself in the low block, Wilcher attacking the rim and Cabrillo playing solid team defense holding Butte to 55 points for the game while their offense was able to put up 74. Wilson led all scorers with 22, Wilcher added 18 and Jackson 12. The win improves Cabrillo to 3-4 on the season. Up next Cabrillo will host Lassen College, currently ranked no.3 in the state at 5pm on Sunday evening to finish off the 11th annual Cabrillo Classic. Lassen beat Colombia College 61-59 in the first game of the Classic.


The Cabrillo College Seahawks fell to the Foothill Owls in the consolation championship game of the Shasta College Tournament. The Seahawks fell to 2-4 on the season. Next, the Seahawks will take on Butte College in the Cabrillo College Classic in Aptos on Saturday afternoon. Tip off is scheduled for 2:30pm. The early game scheduled will feature Columbia College and Lassen College at 12:30pm.

On Sunday the Seahawks will square off with Lassen at 5pm and Columbia will take on Butte College at 3:00pm.


The Seahawks (2-3) rebound big time to take care of College of Siskiyous (Weed, Ca.) 72-42 to improve to 2-3 on the season at the Shasta College Invitational. They will play in the consolation semi-final on Sunday at 12:00 noon.


The Seahawks (1-3) fell to Ohlone College (4-1) (Fremont, Ca.) in the first round of the John Hogue Memorial Tournament at Shasta College by a score of 48-61. They will continue play today in the consolation bracket against Siskiyous (1-6) (Weed Ca.) at 2:00 PM.


On the 3rd day of the Jon Wallace Memorial Tournament at Ohlone College, Cabrillo squared off against Mt. San Jacinto College. Cabrillo started the game quickly and jumped out to an early 7-0 lead. Mt. SJC answered with a 14-0 run of their own and that is how the game would go for 40 minutes, each team answering their opponents run with a run of their own. Mt.SJC took a 41-37 lead into the break but there would be much more action in the 2nd half as Cabrillo would fight back every time Mt. SJC made a run. With 2 minutes to play Latrell Wilson would hit 2 free-throws, cutting the lead to 70-72. On the next possession San Jacinto would hit a huge 3 point shot after an offensive rebound and Cabrillo was not able to overcome it. Mt.SJC would make 22 free throws on the evening, many coming down the stretch that would help secure the win. Cabrillo would be led once again by its trio of Sophomores, Wilson finished with 25 points, Allen Wilcher had 18pts and 10rbs and Zavon Jackson added 10pts and 15rbs.

Up next for Cabrillo, they will travel to Shasta College for their tournament begriming Nov. 21, they will open that tournament vs. Ohlone College at 2pm.


After cruising to an opening round victory Cabrillo took on Ohlone in the 2nd round of the Jon Wallace Memorial Tournament. Ohlone proved to be too much for the Seahawks who could not get things going offensively for most of the evening. At the break Cabrillo trailed 37-26 and could not get in any sort of rhythm, Ohlone would get big shot after big shot from behind the arch and was eventually able to push their lead to 20 points midway through the 2nd half. Allen Wilcher would lead the Cabrillo attack with 19 points but no other Seahawk was able to break double figures and eventually Cabrillo would fall 73-54. Cabrillo now faces Mt. San Jacinto College on Saturday at 1pm in the 3rd place game.


The Cabrillo College Seahawks opened the 2014-15 season with a convincing win this evening over Modesto Junior College in the opening round of the Jonathon Wallace Memorial Tournament hosted by Ohlone College (Fremont, CA).

Cabrillo (1-0) jumped on MJC and never looked back as the Seahawks got contributions from everyone all evening. Leading the charge for Cabrillo was their trio of sophomores, Latrell Wilson would lead all scorers with 25, Zavon Jackson had 12 points and 13 rebounds while Allen Wilcher added 8pts, 6 rbs and 6 assists.

Next the Seahawks will play Ohlone College at 5:00pm on Friday evening Nov. 7th. The Renegades beat Shasta College (Redding, CA) in their opener.

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