Cabrillo College did not give Butte College much of a game Saturday with a 88-54 lose in Oroville, CA. The Seahawks went into halftime down 20 41-21. Cabrillo could not make much of a run at all as the lead went into the 30's for much of the half. Wilson Walker lead Cabrillo in scoring with 10 points. It was by far the worst performance of the year by the Seahawks. With the lose the Seahawks drop to 5-7 on the year.
#13 - Seahawks Handle Redwoods 80-60 in Chabot Tournament . . . .
#14 - Seahawks Fall to Las Positas 74-86 in Chabot Tournament . . . .
The Cabrillo College Seahawks improved their record to 6-7 on the year with an impressive 80-60 victory over College of the Redwoods (Eureka, CA) in the first round of the Chabot College Tournament in Hayward, CA. Coming into the game, College of the Redwoods had a record of 8-5 and was playing well. Cabrillo was coming off a complete breakdown at Butte and just completing final exams this week and had very limited practice time. The win moves the Seahawks into a 7:00 pm match-up with Las Positas College (Livermore, CA) and their 12-2 record on the year.
Tony Gallo led the Seahawks with 20 points. Peterson Bernard had 19 and Travess Armenta had 17 on 5 3 pt. baskets.
Tony Gallo scored 20 points for Cabrillo, but the Seahawks fell to Las Positas (Livermore, Ca.) at the Chabot Challenge Tournament. Teammate Steve Williams scored 19 points with five 3-pointers and Travess Armenta scored 16 with four 3-pointers. Gallo also tossed in four from behind the arc for Cabrillo (6-8).
#15 - Cabrillo Bounces Back to Beat Chabot in Overtime 81-78 . . . . . .
Cabrillo improved their record to 7-8 with an exciting 81-78 win in overtime vs host Chabot College for 3rd place of the Chabot College Tournament. The Seahawks managed to get some revenge against the Gladiators who beat Cabrilllo 12-10-08 in a very close game 73-68 also in Hayward. Travess Armenta lead all scorers with 20 points. In addition, Armenta was named to the All-Tournament team. Peterson Bernard had 19 points and Tony Gallo had 14 as well.
#16/17 - Seahawks defeat Canada in Second Round of Columbia Tournament . .
After losing to Lassen College (Susanville, Ca.) by a score of 56-62 in the first round of the Columbia College (Sonora) Tournament, the Seahawks came back to defeat Canada College (Redwood City) by a score of 58-42 to improve to 8-9 on the season. Travess Armenta led all Seahawks with 18, Tony Gallo and Steven Williams each scored 15 points, with Maurice Stewart adding 7 with seven rebounds. The Hawks will continue today at noon in the consolation game against Modesto.
#18 - Seahawks Consolation Champions . .
The Seahawks (9-9) won the consolation championship game of the Columbia College Tournament (Sonora) on a tip at the final buzzer by Maurice Stewart to defeat Modesto College 61 to 59. Stewart finished with 12 points and 10 rebounds. Tony Gallo led the Hawks with 20, and Steve Williams scored 18.
#19 - Ohlone Beats Cabrillo 58-45 . . . .
Cabrillo fell to 9-10 on the season with a 58-45 loss to Ohlone College. The Seahawks went in at the half up 3 28-25 but could not keep Ohlone off the offensive boards. Tony Gallo lead all scorers with 20 points. Travess Armenta chipped in with 13 and Steve Williams had 7 all in the first half.
#20 - Cabrillo Beats Hartnell in Double Overtime 77-73. . . . .
Cabrillo College won an exciting double overtime game to open Coast Conference play against a very stubborn Hartnell College, 77-73. Cabrillo jumped on the Panthers to start the game and went in at the half up 37-20. Hartnell found itself down by as many as 23 in the second but caught fire and tied the game with less than a minute to play. Cabrillo had a chance to win the game in regulation but could not convert and the game went into the overtime tied at 58. In the second overtime Cabrillo was down by 6 with just over a minute left but consecutive 3 point shots by Travess Armenta tied the game. Cabrillo took the lead by one 64-63 but fouled with less than 5 seconds to play. Hartnell converted one of the two free throws to tie the game at 64 and it went to a second overtime. The second overtime saw Tony Gallo hit two big 3's along with Peterson Bernard's clutch freethrows and lay-up to get control of the game.
Tony Gallo lead all scorers with 30 points. Travess Armenta had 18 and Peterson Bernard chipped in with 14. The win evened the Seahawks record at 10-10 overall and 1-0 in Conference play.
#21 - San Jose City Beats Cabrillo 67-62 . . . .
Cabrillo College was beaten by San Jose City College Saturday afternoon 67-62. Cabrillo (10-11, 1-1) controlled the tempo in the first half with excellent 1/2 ct. man defense and held SJCC to only 20 first half points. Cabrillo went into the locker room with a 12 point lead 32-20. The second half featured SJCC going to a half court trapping defense that forced Cabrillo into several turnovers and changed the momentum of the game. Cabrillo fought back as the lead changed several times down the stretch. A Travess Armenta 3 with :40 seconds to go cut a 4 point SJCC lead to one 63-62, but Cabrillo could get no closer.
Peterson Bernard led all scorers with 22 points. Tony Gallo had 17 and Steve Williams added 10.
#22 - Seahawks Defeat Monterey . . .
Cabrillo College (11-11 overall) improved it's conference record to 2-1 on the season with a 74-52 victory over The Monterey Peninsula College Lobos. The Hawks used their entire bench in the winning effort which used 3-point shooting and inside shots under the basket that proved difficult for Monterey to defend. The Seahawks where led by sophomore Steve Williams with 17 points, sophomore Travess Armenta added 14, with Pete Bernard scoring 11.
#23 - Seahawks Play Poorly Lose to West Valley 79-75 . . . . .
Cabrillo College (11-12, 2-2) lost Wednesday night to West Valley College (16-9,4-1) in Saratoga 79-75. The final score was not representative of the game as West Valley lead at the half 38-27 and was up by as many as 14 in the second. On several different occasions the Seahawks managed to cut the lead to 10 but could never really threaten West Valley.
West Valley's Danny Nugent lead all scorers with 24 points. Tony Gallo lead Cabrillo with 20, Steven Williams had 17 and Jeremiah Herbert scored 15.
#24 - Seahawks Get Gavilan on the Road 72-55 . . . .
The Cabrillo College Seahawks traveled to Gilroy tonight to face the Gavilan College Rams. The Seahawks (12-12, 3-2) jumped on the Rams (2-18, 1-4) early using 6 3 pt. baskets to take a 43-28 halftime lead. Travess Armenta hit 3 of the six first half 3 pt. baskets. In the second half the Seahawks extended their lead to 20+ as they drove the basket and got the ball inside to Peterson Bernard for several easy baskets. Peterson Bernard lead the balanced Seahawk scoring with 22 points. Tony Gallo and Steven Williams each added 16 and Travess Armenta chipped in with 11, all in the first half.
#25 - Cabrillo Dumps DeAnza 93-69. . . . . .
The Cabrillo College Men's Basketball team came away with a 93-69 Coast Conference South win tonight over visiting DeAnza College (Cupertino, Ca). The Seahawks (13-12, 4-2) started slowly but got it going behind the inside play of Peterson Bernard and the collective 3 pt. shooting of Travess Armenta, Tony Gallo and Steven Williams who all hit atleast one three in the first half. Cabrillo took a comfortable 43- 25 lead into the locker room. DeAnza (1-22. 0-6) came out in the second half and began chipping away at the lead. The Dons cut the lead to ten with 14:00 minutes to go but could get no closer as Cabrillo went on a 14-3 run to put the game out of reach.
Travess Armenta lead the Seahawks in scoring with 18 points. Peterson Bernard had 15, Steven Williams scored 14 and Tony Gallo had 11. Nine players scored atleast 5 points for the Seahawks tonight.
#26 - Seahawks Get Tripped Up by Hartnell 55-48 . . . . . .
The Cabrillo College Seahawks traveled to Salinas tonight and lost a hard fought Coast Conference South matchup with Hartnell College 55-48. Cabrillo (13-13, 4-3) jumped on the Panthers early but found themselves in serious foul trouble. The Seahawks managed to ride the lead out and took a 26-19 lead into the locker room. Hartnell (12-13, 4-3) returned the favor and jumped on the Seahawks in the second. Hartnell managed to open up a 10 point lead only to see Cabrillo make a run of their own and cut the lead to 47-45 with 4:00 to play. Cabrillo had several good looks at the basket but could not convert down the stretch.
Kevin Konopelski lead the Seahawks with 12 points.
#27 - Cabrillo Loses to SJCC. . . . . .
The Cabrillo College Seahawks hosted San Jose City tonight (2-4-09) and came up short in a hard fought 57-55 Coast Conference match-up in Aptos. Cabrillo (13-14, 4-4) and SJCC (20-7, 6-1) struggled shooting the ball in the first half and went into the locker room tied at 24. The second half went back and forth with no team getting more than a four point lead until the 5:00 mark when SJCC connected on two consecutive three point baskets to take a five point lead. The Seahawks fought back but could get no closer than down five with just over a minute to play. With less than :40 to play Tony Gallo connected on a three point basket and was fouled with the Seahawks down six. Gallo converted the four point play and Cabrillo fouled with :22 to play. SJCC missed both attempts. Cabrillo's Gallo attacked the basket and found himself at the rim for the open lay-up with :03 to play but missed the lay-up giving SJCC the win.
#28 - Seahawks Win at Buzzer Over MPC . . . . . .
The Cabrillo College Seahawks came away with a 77-75 buzzer beater at Monterey Peninsula College. Cabrillo (14-14, 5-4) controlled the entire first half and took a 40-35 lead into the locker room. Cabrillo jumped out to a ten point lead in the second but MPC (6-18, 3-5) started to make their move and began cutting into the Seahawk lead. The Seahawks found themselves up one (74-73) with Travess Armenta at the line shooting two. Armenta made the first extending the lead to two (75-73) but missed the second with :16 to play. MPC rebounded and went to the basket and scored with :03 to play. Cabrillo's Steven Williams inbounded and threw the ball the length of the floor to a streaking Tony Gallo who then converted the lay-up at the buzzer for the Cabrillo victory.
#29 - Seahawks Nip West Valley in OT 75-68 . . . . .
The Cabrillo College Seahawks found a way to win tonight with 75-68 win in overtime. The Seahawks (15-14, 6-4) jumped out to an early lead midway thru the half up 26-16 with 9:26 to play. West Valley (19-12, 7-4) went on a 17-3 run to finish the half and went into the locker room up 33-29. In the second half, the lead changed hands for most of the half until the 5:00 minute mark when WVC hit two 3 point baskets on consecutive possessions to open up a seven point lead. The Seahawks fought back however, behind a 3 point baskets by Tony Gallo and Travess Armenta. Cabrillo found themselves down two 61-63 with :19 to play. Peterson Bernard connected on a lay-up with :11 to play. WVC missed an open 3 at the buzzer to send the game into overtime.
In the overtime, Cabrillo hit two three's. One by Tony Gallo and the other by Steven Williams to create a cushion for the win.
Tony Gallo led all scorers with 26 points on 5-3 point baskets. Steven Williams added 16 points.
#30 - Seahawks Beat Gavilan . . . .
The Cabrillo College Seahawks came away with a 69-57 win tonight in Aptos over Gavilan College. Cabrillo (16-14, 7-4) junped on the Rams early and took a comanding 41-23 lead at the half. The Rams (3-23, 2-9) came back right from the start of the second and managed to close the lead to 6 with 3:00 minutes to play. The Seahawks got the ball into Tony Gallo's hands and good things happened. Primarily he got fouled as Gavilan had difficulty keeping him from penetrating and as a result Gallo was 13-16 on the night from the free throw line.
Gallo lead aal scorers with 25 points and Travess Armenta chipped in with 12.
#31 - Cabrillo Takes it to DeAnza 79-60 . . . .
The Cabrillo College Seahawks finished the regular season with a 79-60 win at DeAnza College (Cupertino) on Friday night. Cabrillo (17-14, 8-4) jumped on the Dons early and never looked back. The Seahawks took a 44-20 lead in at the half behind Jeremiah Herbert's 10 first half points. DeAnza (2-27, 1-11) came out much more aggressive in the second half but was unable to get any closer than 12 points.
Steven Williams led all scorers with 21 points. Jeremiah Herbert added 14 and Tony Gallo had 13. Peterson Bernard chipped in with 12. With the win the Seahawks finished Coast Conference South play tied for second place with West Valley College with records of 8-4.