Game 1 - Seahawks Start the Season with a Win at the Ohlone College Tournament! The Seahawks beat Feather River College (Quincy, CA) by a final score of 78-74 at the Jon Wallace Memorial Tournament hosted by Ohlone College (Fremont). The Seahawks where led by sophomore Tony Gallo who scored 30 points. Also helping the cause where Markus Duran adding 18, and Andrew Young with 14 for Cabrillo.
Games 2,3 - After losing to Cerritos College (Los Angeles County) in the semi-championship round of the Jonathon Wallace Tournament by a score of 73-82, the Seahawks entered the third place game opposing Hartnell College (Salinas). Cabrillo started the game with cold shooting, and they where down by as much as 10 points in the first half. Starting the second half down by 7, they began to chip away at the Panthers lead. With 2:33 minutes to go, it was a two point game. But the Hawks couldn't get any closer. The final score was 60-66. The next game is the home opener this Saturday against Chabot College (Hayward). Tip off time will be 3:00 P.M.

Game 4 - Seahawks Defeated At Home by Third Ranked Chabot College (Hayward) 66-71 Led by Markus Duran's 21 points, Cabrillo College put up a fine effort against the state's third ranked team (ranked 2nd in Northern California). But Chabot College (Hayward) pulled away at the very end of the contest for a 5 point advantage to make their record 4-0 in the preseason. Helping the cause for the Seahawks (1-3) was Tony Gallo with 18 points, and Andrew Young finished with 12.

Game 5 - Cabrillo Takes Down Highly Ranked Ohlone College Led by Tony Gallo's 20 points, the Seahawks defeated Ohlone College (Fremont and ranked seventh in the state) by a final score of 67-64. Ohlone, (5-3) led at the half 24-22 in what was a defensive struggle. Cabrillo was down by as many as seven and tied the score at 51 with 7:00 minutes to go. Also contributing for Cabrillo was Markus Duran with 14, Andrew Young with 12, Travon Wesson with 9. Cabrillo improves it's record to 2-3 on the preseason and they will host Consumnes River (Sacramento) this Saturday. Game time is 7:30 P.M. Go Seahawks!

Game 6 - Seahawks Dump Consummes River College 75-72 Cabrillo College (3-3) fought off a late Consumnes River College (Sacramento) (3-2) run for a 75-72 win in Aptos tonight. Cabrillo jumped on CRC early in the first half and went out to a commanding 26-5 lead. However, CRC dominated the last 10:00 minutes of the half and went into halftime down only five 35-30. The second half went back and forth with Cabrillo maintaining their lead until about the 7:00 mark when Marcus Duran hit a couple of three point shots to give the Seahawks a cushion they would very much need down the stretch. With 3:00 to go the Seahawks found themselves up 10 points but could not put CRC away as CRC hit two three point baskets themselves to narrow the margin. The game would get much closer a Cabrillo struggled from the free throw line tonight converting only 10 of 26 on the night which is surprising given that the Seahawks had been shooting in the high %60's on this young year. CRC could not quite capitalize on the Seahawks poor free throwing.

Tony Gallo led the Seahawks with 26 points, Marcus Duran and Andrew Young each had 18 for the Seahawks as well.

Game 7 - Cabrillo College Tournament - Seahawks Come Up Short Against Canada... Cabrillo College (3-4) lost a close game to Canada College (Redwood City) in the first round of their own tournament by a score of 68-73. Off-par free throw shooting and several easy baskets missed did not help the cause for the Seahawks. Sophomore Tony Gallo led Cabrillo with 22 points including four 3-pointers. Also contributing was Travon Wesson with 14 (four of which where 3-pointers), and Markus Duran with 11.

Game 8 - Cabrillo College (3-5) lost to Porterville College (Porterville) in the consolation final game by a score of 79-90. The top scorer for the Seahawks was Tony Gallo with 24 points, followed by Andrew Young 13 points, Brenden Evans with 10, Markus Duran 9, and Travon Wesson and Vic Bombardieri both with 8.

Game 9 - Seahawks defeated in first round at Skyline College . . . . Tony Gallo led Cabrillo College with 21 points in a loss to Las Positas College (Livermore) in the first round of the Skyline Tournament (San Bruno) by a score of 61-65. The Hawks will take on Reedley College in the second round today (Dec. 12) at 1 P.M.

Game 10 - Cabrillo pounds Reedley At Skyline Tournament. . . . After a dissappointing loss to Las Positas in the 1st round of the Skyline College Tournament the Cabrillo College Seahawks responded today with a 30 point win (68-38) over Reedley College. The win moves Cabrillo's record to 4-6 on the year.

Game 11 - Seahawks win Consolation Championship at Skyline with 63-53 win over West Valley. . . . . The Cabrillo College Seahawks defeated the West Valley College Vikings this afternoon 63-53 for the Consolation Championship of the Skyline College Tournament. Cabrillo (5-6) lead at the half 23-20 and extended their lead by as many as 15 with 11:00 minutes to go. WVC rallied to cut the lead to 6 with less than 5:00 to go but could get no closer.

Tony Gallo made sure of that as he once again lead the Seahawks down the stretch and scored 18 total points to lead all scorers. Travon Wesson scored 15 points and Brenden Evans added 13. Andrew Young grabbed 11 rebounds to lead the Seahawks. Tony Gallo was selected to the All-Tournament team which was impressive given that he did not score much (8 points) in the blowout win vs Reedley.

The Seahawks begin Finals week (Dec. 14-18) practice over the weekend and break for the Christmas Holiday. Then return the 26th and get ready for the Chabot tournament on the Dec. 29th-30th when they open with Las Positas College at 5:00pm in Hayward.


The Cabrillo College Seahawks improved their record to 6-6 on the season with a thrilling 81-80 win over Las Positas College (Livermore) in the first round of the Chabot Classic in Hayward.

The Seahawks went in at the half up 40-39 after not playing very well but shooting the ball extremely well as they hit 8 three point baskets. The second half was dominated by Las Positas as they pulled away down the stretch to take a comfortable 7 point lead with less than two minutes remaining. CJ Haye and Bert Hall each hit shots to close the lead to 4 points with :59 to play. Cabrillo fights back and finds themselves down two with less than :10 seconds to play. Bert Hall gets a deflection in the back court and Marcus Duran picks it up with :06 seconds to play. Duran finds Travon Wesson in the corner who hits the three for the 1 point lead with 1.1 seconds left. LPC calls timeout and tries a desperation half court shot that misses and Cabrillo comes away with the most improbable of wins.

Travon Wesson and Tony Gallo lead the Seahawks in scoring with 20 points a piece. Andrew Young chipped in with 11 and Marcus Duran had 10.


Cabrillo College lost to Chabot College in the Championship game of the Chabot College Classic 57-55. Cabrillo (6-7)lead at the half 29-24 and most of the second half. At the 7:00 minute mark Chabot (10-3) tied the game at 41. The Seahawks lead with less than a minute to go but turned the ball over. Chabot was fouled on the next and converted one of two free throws to tie the game at 55. Cabrillo was forced into a jump ball alternating possession situation which gave the ball back to Chabot with :33 to go in the game. Chabot hits a bank shot with 3.6 sec. Cabrillo could not exexcute to get a good look at the rim.


Cabrillo College lost to #1 ranked City College of San Francisco 73-60 on Tuesday night (1-5-10) to conclude the their non-conference schedule with a record of 6-8. CCSF lost their season opener and have proceeded to win 15 straight games. Cabrillo lead at the half 29-24 but could not keep the Rams a bay as CCSF dominated the second half and lead by as many as 15 late in the game.

Game 15 - Cabrillo Loses to West Valley to Open Conference Play 72-68 . . .

Cabrillo College lost their Coast Conference opener to West Valley College 72-68. Cabrillo (6-9) (0-1) had several opportunities to take a lead late in the game but could not convert from the free throw line and missed a couple of wide open jumpers down the stretch. West Valley (7-10) (2-0) hit big shots down the stretch to secure the win and now own a share of first place.


Cabrillo went on the road Wednesday night and beat DeAnza College 68-61. Cabrillo improves their record to (7-9) (1-1) with the win. Cabrillo went in at the half up nine 37-28. The game was tight the rest of the game as Tony Gallo hit big shots down the stretch to close out the game and give Cabrillo the win.

Game 17 - SEAHAWKS SQUEAK ONE OUT AT GAVILAN 76-75. . . . . . Cabrillo College managed to hold off a very hard working Gavilan team tonight for a 76-75 win in Gilroy. Cabrillo (8-9) (2-1) lead at the half by six 34-28 thanks to five three point baskets four by Marcus Duran. The first 8:00 minutes of the second half saw the Seahawks extend their lead to as many as 9 as the Seahawks dominated the paint and scored regularly in the post. Gavilan (5-14) (0-4) extended their defense and attempted to get the ball out of Tony Gallo's hands. Gallo then took the game into his own hands and made the Rams pay. Gallo scored 12 second half points and ended up with 17 for the game. More importantly he was able to get the ball to the basket and create for his teammates. Brenden Evans scored 15 second half points and Bert Hall added 7 as a result of Gallo's dribble penetration.

Game 18 - CABRILLO COMES UP SHORT LOSES TO SJCC 71-65. . . . The Cabrillo College Seahawks put up a good fight but came up short against San Jose City College 71-65. The lose moves Cabrillo's record to (8-10) (2-2), SJCC improves to (16-4) (4-0). The Seahawks found themselves down six at the half 30-24. In the second half SJCC jumped on the Seahawks and got up as many as seven with 10:00 minutes. The Seahawks rallied and took a one point lead with 7:00 to play. SJCC controlled the last seven minutes of play as Cabrillo could not stop the SJCC guards down the stretch.

Game 19 - SEAHAWKS TAKE IT TO HARTNELL 72-54. . . . . The Cabrillo College Seahawks looked impressive this evening as they won convincingly over Hartnell College (12-8) (3-2) 71-54 in Aptos. Cabrillo (9-10) (3-2) took a six point lead into the locker room at halftime 33-27. The second half was all Seahawks from the start as Cabrillo went on a 10-0 run the start the half. Cabrillo was never really challenged after that as the Seahawks extended their lead to 53-27 and never looked back. Marcus Duran led the Seahawks with 18 on six three point baskets. Brendan Evans added 15 points 12 of those in the second half. Tony Gallo chipped in with 11 points and 9 assists.


The Cabrillo College Seahawks travelled to Monterey and layed an egg. The Seahawks (9-11) (3-3) were down 2 at half 29-27. The second half was primarily all MPC as they built a 10 point lead with 8:37 to play. MPC held off the late Cabrillo run to win the game. Tony Gallo lead all scorers with 36 points.

Game 21 - CABRILLO JUMPS ALL OVER WEST VALLEY FOR 87-77 WIN . . . . Cabrillo College (10-11) (4-3) jumped all over West Valley tonight for a 87-77 win in Saratoga. The Seahawks took a commanding 46-21 into the locker room at the half. The Vikings made a very courageous comeback in the second half and actually cut the lead to 6 76-70 with 2:41 to play. However, Tony Gallo hit important free throws down the stretch to hold on for the win. Gallo was 14-17 from the line on the night and ended up with 33 points on the night. Marcus Duran added 12 to go along with 11 and 10 point respectively from Andrew Young and Brenden Evans.

Game 22 - CABRILLO DUMPS DEANZA 64-48. .

The Cabrillo College Seahawks won tonight over the visiting DeAnza College Dons (Cupertino) 64-48. Cabrillo (11-11) (5-3) struggled in the first half and could not seem to get any tempo offensively. However, defensively the Seahawks managed to limit DeAnza to only 24 first half points. Cabrillo led at the half 30-24. DeAnza (3-17) (1-8) managed to stay close for much of the second half and actually closed the 10 point lead the Seahawks enjoyed for most the second half to 3 at one point before the Seahawks extended their lead down the stretch for the comfortable 16 point win.

Tony Gallo led all scorers with 19 points as the Seahawks had five players with double figures in scoring tonight. Marcus Duran had 12 points. Andrew Young scored 11 points and Brenden Evans and Carlos Haye each chipped in with 10 points respectively.

Game 23 - CABRILLO DOMINATES GAVILAN 68-37 . . . .

The Cabrillo College Seahawks jumped on the Gavilan College Rams (Gilroy) and never looked back. Cabrillo (12-11) (6-3) quickly got on top of Gavilan (6-18) (1-9) and ran out to a 17 point lead 40-23 at the half. The second half was much of the same as the Seahawks extended their lead to as many 30. Cabrillo played tremendous defense holding Gavilan to 14 second half points.

Marcus Duran lead the Seahawks in scoring with 18 points. CJ Haye added 15 points and Tony Gallo chipped in with 11 points.

Game 24 - CABRILLO COMES UP SHORT AT SJCC 79-76. . . . .

The Cabrillo College Seahawks fell just short this afternoon with a 79-76 loss to San Jose City College in San Jose. Cabrillo (12-12) (6-4) went in at the half tied at 42. SJCC (22-4) (10-0) was up by as many as 9 in the second half. THe Seahawks came right back to take a 1 point lead with less than 2:00 to play. Cabrillo was down 2 (77-75) with :25 to go when Tony Gallo was fouled with :17 to play. Gallo made the first missed the second. Cabrillo was forced to foul and SJCC made both. Cabrillo missed a 3 point attempt at the buzzer.


The Seahawks started slowly tonight but finished strong as the Seahawks beat Hartnell College 63-48 in Salinas. Cabrillo (13-12) (7-4) came out sluggish tonight offensively but were solid defensively and held Hartnell to 19 first half points as the Seahawks lead 24-19. Cabrillo jumped all over the Panthers (14-12) (5-6) to start the second half and extended the lead to as many as 16 with 10:00 minutes to go. Hartnell then went on a 10-o run of their own to cut the lead to 6 with just under 5:00 minutes to play. Cabrillo managed to keep Hartnell at bay with two big three point baskets by Cody Boaz and CJ Haye. Tony Gallo lead the Seahawks in scoring with 20 points Brenden Evans had 11 points and 12 rebounds.

Game 26 - THE SEAHAWKS DEFEAT VISITING MONTEREY, MOVE INTO SECOND PLACE. . . . The Cabrillo College Seahawks won over visiting Monterey Peninsula College 48-40. The Seahawks (14-12) (8-4) went into the game with alot at stake. A win would force a tie with West Valley College in which case the Seahawks would win the tie breaker and be the second place team representing the Coast Conference South for the playoffs. A lose would keep the Seahawks in third and jeopardize a playoff spot at all. Cabrillo was oustanding defensively holding MPC to 13 first half points as the Seahawks lead at the half 24-13. Cabrillo extended their lead to as many as 16 but could not close out the Lobos. MPC actually cut the lead to 5 with 3:00 to play but could get no closer. Tony Gallo had 14 to lead the Seahawks in scoring.

Cabrillo has finished first or second in the Coast Conference South for the last four years in a row. Their Conference record during that time is a combined 36-12.

Next, the Seahawks will wait for the seeding committee to announce the NorCal bracket and the 18 seeds. Cabrillo is expecting a 13 or 14 seed.

Game 27 - #14 CABRILLO CAN'T HANDLE #3 CRC, LOSE 95-83. . .

The Seahawks season came to an end tonight with a 95-83 at Cosumnes River College (Sacramento) in the 1st round of the NorCal state playoffs. Cabrillo finishes the season 14-13 overall 8-4 in Coast Conference South (2nd place). Cabrillo trailed at the half 45-38 and managed to cut the lead to 1 with 14:00 to go. CRC (23-5) went on a 12-2 run and then extended their lead to as many as 20 points with 9:00 to play. Tony Gallo finished his Cabrillo career with 38 points on the night. Marcus Duran had 14 as well.

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