The Seahawks saw their season come to an end tonight at the hands of Chabot College in Hayward. Facing the #4 seed after knocking off the #5 seed Yuba College last weekend Cabrillo had a chance to avenge an early season loss to Chabot but came up just short.

The Seahawks got things going early and were able to attack the rim against Chabot creating easy scoring opportunities around the rim and on the perimeter. They would control the tempo and the game for the majority of the first stanza. Allen Wilcher paced Cabrillo in the first half scoring 17 points as Cabrillo went into the break leading 36-35.

Chabot came out of intermission firing, would take the lead on their first possession of the half and push that lead to as many as 10 on multiple occasions before Warren Jackson would help lead the Seahawks back. Jackson would score 20 points in the 2nd half alone including a lay up with 10 seconds left to cut the lead to 1pt , 73-74. Cabrillo was unable to foul in the ensuing in bounds play, Chabot would score on the break and take a 76-73 lead with just under 2 seconds left. Latrell Wilson's desperation heave would fall short as the final horn would sound and Chabot would advance to the next round.

Jackson would lead all scorers with 24 points, Wilcher had 23 and Wilson finished with 13 for the Seahawks who finish the season 20-9.


In the first round of the state playoffs Cabrillo took to the road, braved the bad weather and drove the 4 hrs to Marysville to face off with the #5 seed Yuba College. Yuba Champions of the Bay Valley Conference had a packed house waiting for Cabrillo, and the Seahawks had a trio of All Conference Freshman who were ready for the challenge. Latrell Wilson would start out with the hot hand and knocked down 6 threes in the first half to pace Cabrillo to a 37-30 lead at the break.

The second half saw Cabrillo's lead grow to 13 on several occasions, but with 11 minutes to go Yuba would get hot and make a run of their own. With the score tied at 79, Latrell Wilson would make his 8th three of the night, giving Cabrillo the lead 82-79. On the next possession Yuba would grab an offensive rebound with 11 seconds to go and find a wide open shooter on the wing, and just like that the score was knotted up at 82. David Abittan got a great look at the buzzer but wasn't able to knock it down as the game went into overtime.

In the overtime period Cabrillo capitalized from the free throw line going 7-9 as a team while Yuba struggled going 4-11. When the final horn sounded Cabrillo came away with a hard fought 95-88 victory. Leading the charge was Warren Jackson with a game high 31 points, Wilson finished with 29 and Allen Wilcher added 18 for Cabrillo. The win improves Cabrillo to 20-8 on the year and gives them a spot in the sweet 16 awaiting the winner of tomorrow nights game between Chabot College and the College of the Siskiyous. That contest will be Wednesday (March 5th) at 7:00pm. If Chabot wins then the Seahawks will travel to Hayward. If College of the Siskiyous wins then COS will travel to Aptos on Wednesday night.

Game 27 - Seahawks again rout Gavilan 83-50 at home

Game 26 - Cabrillo falls at De Anza 60-79

Game 25- Seahawks handle West Valley 64- 45


The Seahawks saw their 10 game winning streak and a perfect conference record go down tonight at the hands of San Jose City College in San Jose tonight. The 1st half was a defensive struggle where neither team was able to get much going offensively. At halftime San Jose led 20-15.

The second half saw Cabrillo continue to struggle on the offensive end but San Jose got things going pushing the lead to 10 after 2 quick possessions. The lead would balloon to 19 points before Cabrillo would make a furious comeback led by Warren Jackson. The Seahawks cut the lead to 6 with 2 minutes to play but a costly turnover and some clutch shooting from the free throw line by San Jose would keep Cabrillo at bay. The final horn sounded and the Seahawks were handed their first loss since late December 64-56.

Jackson would lead all scorers tonight with 26 points including 19 in the second half, no other Seahawk would reach double figures. The loss puts Cabrillo in a tie for first place in the Coast Conference South with San Jose, each team with 1 conference loss, Cabrillo is now 17-7 on the season with a home contest vs. West Valley on Friday night, tip-off at 7pm.


Game 23 - SEAHAWKS STOP MPC 82-55.........

The Cabrillo College Seahawks won their tenth straight game tonight as they beat Monterey Peninsula College 82-55 in Aptos. The win improves the Seahawks to 17-6 on the year and 8-0 in the Coast Conference South division race. Tonight Cabrillo took command of the game early and opened a big lead midway thru the half only to see MPC make a run of their own and cut the lead to 38-25 at the half.

The second half was all Cabrillo and more specifically all Warren Jackson who finished with a game high 29 points on the night. The Seahawks lead by as many as 30 late in the game and comfortably earned the win.

As mentioned Warren Jackson scored 29, David Abittan scored 16 points and Latrell Wilson chipped in with 12 points to lead a balanced offensive attack.

Next, the Seahawks will travel to San Jose City College on Wednesday Feb. 12th and take on the Jaguars. Game time is scheduled for 7:00pm.



The Cabrillo College Men's Basketball Team began the second half of conference play with a convincing win against an undermanned Hartnell squad. For the second straight game Latrell Wilson came off the bench firing, knocking down 5 three's to help the Seahawks take a 41-24 lead into half time. 

The second half saw Cabrillo's take a 60-30 lead before clearing the bench and letting everyone get into the action. Melvin  Lee came off the bench to contribute 11 points all in the 2nd half and Cabrillo finished with a 72-48 victory. Wilson finished with 18 to lead all scorers, Zavon Jackson and David Abittan each added 9 points o the night.

The win gives Cabrillo a 16-6 record on the year, 7-0 in conference play, with a home contest vs. Monterey Peninsula College on Wednesday February 5th at 5pm up next.


The Cabrillo College Men's Basketball team was able to finish the first round of conference play with a perfect 6-0 record after a convincing 83-50 victory over Gavilan College. After a slow start to the game Latrell Wilson came off the bench to knock down 5 threes in the first half, and David Abittan picked up where he left off hitting 5 of his own, 4 in the 2nd half as Cabrillo shot 16-33 from downtown and cruised to the victory.

Abittan would lead all scorers with 17 points, Warren Jackson did most of his damage in the first half and finished with 16 points, Wilson tallied 15 and Allen Wilcher added 14 for a balanced scoring night for Cabrillo. The win improves Cabrillo to 15-6 on the season, 6-0 in conference play.

Up next is the second round of Coast Conference play, Cabrillo will travel to Hartnell College on Friday to take on the Panthers, Friday night at 7pm.


After a slow start to the game the Seahawks turned up the energy in the 2nd half and ran away with the game downing visiting DeAnza College (Cupertino) 77-57.

The early part of the game was a back and forth affair with each team taking turns with the lead. As the half wound down Cabrillo (14-6, 5-0) got up as much as 11 on multiple occasions but DeAnza (8-10, 3-2) would answer each Cabrillo run. The Seahawks took a 35-33 lead into the break. DeAnza would tie the score on their first possession of the 2nd half, Warren Jackson would answer for the Seahawks with back to back lay-ups and Cabrillo would never look back. Jackson had another big night finishing with 23 points to lead all scorers. Allen Wilcher finished with 16 points and Zavon Jackson would chip in 11 on then night.

The win improves Cabrillo to 14-6 on the season, 5-0 in Coast Conference play. Up next for the Seahawks will be a road contest vs. Gavilan College on Wednesday, January 29th at 5pm.



The Cabrillo College Seahawks survived a late West Valley College (Saratoga) rally and managed to win tonight 67-63 in Saratoga. Cabrillo (13-6, 4-0) lead throughout the first half as the Seahawks shot 8-14 from the 3 pt line. Cabrillo took a 36-26 lead into the locker room.

The seconf half was a slow grind that saw Cabrillo move their lead into what seemed to be a comfortable 17 point lead. However, WVC (7-13, 2-3) simply would not go away. The Vikings cut the lead to 10 with 4:05 to go. WVC would eventually work themselves into a position to win the game down 2 with :36 to play and three looks at 3 pt. shots but could not connect as the Seahawks held on for the win.

Next, the Seahawks will host the DeAnza College Dons on Friday Jan. 24th at 5:00pm.



Game 18 - SEAHAWKS HOLD OFF SJCC 75-67..........

The Cabrillo College Seahawks defeated the San Jose City College Jaguars tonight 75-67 in Aptos. Cabrillo (12-6, 3-0) dominated the first half and specifically the last half of the first half as Cabrillo lead by as many as 21 and went into the locker room up 47-29.

The second half was a much different story as SJCC (12-8, 3-1) slowly clawed their way back into the game. SJCC cut the lead to eight at 68-60 with 5:38 to go but could get no closer.

Warren Jackson lead all scorers with 25 points. Latrell Wilson had 15 points. Zavon Jackson scored 10 points and pulled down 9 rebounds with 3 blocked shots. Allen Wilcher scored 9 points, grabbed 8 rebounds and had 7 assists.

Next, the Seahawks travel to Saratoga to take on the West Valley College Vikings on Wednesday Jan. 22nd. Tip-off is scheduled for 7:00pm.


The Cabrillo Men's Basketball Team headed south for their first road contest in league play to take on Monterey Peninsula College. Behind another strong effort from Warren Jackson, Latrell Wilson and Allen Wilcher Cabrillo cruised to a 63-44 victory. Leading 27-15 with 3 minutes before the half Monterey went on a run to cut the lead to 29-23 at the break.

Cabrillo would come out strong as Jackson would score 4 quick points to push the lead to double figures and the Seahawks would never look back. Another very balanced effort saw 3 Seahawks in double figures with Wilcher collecting his 5th double double of the season with 12 points and 12 rebounds, Jackson had 12 points and 6 rebounds, Wilson added 11 points 7 rebounds and 4 assists. On a night when Cabrillo did not shoot the ball particularly well they were able to attack the basket all night long and get great looks around the rim.

The win improves Cabrillo to 11-6 on the season and to 2-0 in the Coast Conference South. Up next for Cabrillo is a big showdown with San Jose City College next Friday night at 5pm. See action shots - click on Photo Gallery above left. GO SEAHAWKS!!

Game 16 - CABRILLO CRUSHES HARTNELL.............

The Cabrillo College Seahawks began Coast Conference South action with an impressive shooting performance tonight in Aptos. Cabrillo (10-6, 1-0) went 19-36 from the 3 pt line and 12-22 in the first half to jump all over Hartnell College (1-12, 0-1). This was never really a contest as Cabrillo took control early behind the 6 made 3's by David Abittan and three more by Warren Jackson. The Seahawks went into the locker room up 57-27 at the half.

The second half was much of the same as Cabrillo went 7-14 from the arc and coasted the rest of the way to a 102-66 win.

David Abittan lead all scorers with 26 points. Latrell Wilson scored 24 points connecting on 5 3's on the night. Warren Jackson had 21 points hitting 4 3's. Allen Wilcher chipped in with 16 points.

Next, the Seahawks hit the road and travel to Monterey to take on the Lobos of Monterrey Peninsula College, Friday Jan. 10th. Tip off is scheduled for 5:00pm.


A great first half performance helped Cabrillo gain some momentum as they head into league play Wednesday night vs Hartnell. Cody Love got his first start of the year and scored 5 quick points and Cabrillo was off and running on the road vs Modesto Junior college on saturday night. Cabrillo would finish the first half strong, take a 48-28 lead into the break and never looked back.

The 2nd half saw much of the same as Coach Marcopulos was able to get everyone into the action, Cabrillo pushed the lead to as much as 36 before the final horn sounded with a score of 87-51 and Cabrillo finished its pre-season schedule with a 9-6 record. Warren Jackson led Cabrillo with 23 points, Allen Wilcher, AJ Wright and David Abittan each had 15 points to pace Cabrillo.

Up next for the Seahawks is their league home opener against Hartnell College Wednesday night at 7pm.


The Cabrillo College Men's Basketball Team earned a hard fought win on the road vs. Foothill College tonight. The win ended a 3 game losing streak for Cabrillo, and gave them a little momentum heading into their final pre-season contest against Modesto Junior College on Saturday (Jan 4th) night in Modesto.

Foothill and Cabrillo traded leads throughout the game with neither team leading by more then 5 points at any time in the contest. Cabrillo took a 27-26 lead into the break, Foothill would score on their opening possession to regain the lead and hold the lead for a large portion on the 2nd half before Allen Wilcher put back an offensive rebound to give Cabrillo a lead it would never again relinquish. With Cabrillo leading 49-48, Foothill guard Kyle Toth missed a deep 3, their put back opportunity missed after the horn sounded and Cabrillo escaped with the win. Wilcher would lead Cabrillo with 14 points, Warren Jackson added 10 and Jake Harrell chipped in 9. The win improves Cabrillo to 8-6 on the season Foothill drops to 7-7.



After a strong 1st half performance by Cabrillo where they trailed 33-32 to CCSF the 2nd half saw Cabrillo struggle to connect on open looks. San Francisco used a 19-3 run to pull away and eventually earn a 78-55 victory over the Seahawks. The loss drops Cabrillo to 7-6 on the year with a quick turnaround game vs. Foothill College on the road Monday Night.



For the second straight game and what has become a bit of a theme in the early pre-season for cabrillo, a late game lead was not enough to secure a victory. After starting off slowly vs. Chabot College and trailing 37-30 at halftime, the Seahawks turned things around in the 2nd half. AJ Wright, Latrell Wilson and Allen Wilcher made some big plays, knocked down some big shots and helped Cabrillo take a 56-51 lead with 5 minutes to go. Chabot would answer, they turned up the full court pressure resulting in turnovers that they were able to convert into easy buckets. Chabot would finish the game on 18-5 run that would propel them to the win.

The loss drops Cabrillo to 7-5 as they head into the Christmas break. For the Seahawks Wilson came off the bench to lead the way with 12 points, followed by Wright's 11 and David Abittan chipped in 10 off the bench as well. Up next for Cabrillo is a December 28th date with San Francisco City College in San Francisco.



For the 2nd consecutive year The Cabrillo College Seahwaks saw themselves on the wrong end of a 2 point game at the Skyline Tournament Championship. Skyline grabbed a defensive rebound with 6 seconds left and raced coast to coast scoring with 1 second left on the clock to prevail 62-60. The loss drops Cabrillo to 7-4 on the season.

It was a back and forth game from the opening tip, Cabrillo led 30-29 at the break and had a 9 point advantage with under 10 minutes to play before Skyline would creep back in it and take a 2 point lead with under 2 minutes to go on a top of the key 3. With the score tied at 60, Warren Jackson missed a short jumper that would lead to Skylines run out and game winning lay-up. Jackson led cabrillo with a career high 25 points and was named to the All Tournament Team along with Allen Wilcher who added 15 points tonight for the Seahawks.

Up next for Cabrillo is a road contest vs. Chabot College on Dec. 20th at 7pm. That will be the last game before the Christmas Break for the Seahawks.




A tremendous defensive effort was the key for the Cabrillo Men's Basketball Team in the semifinals of the Skyline Tournament vs. Las Positas. Cabrillo held Las Positas to 24 1st half points, and then turned their defense up another notch in the 2nd half resulting in a 58-41 win putting Cabrillo in the Championship game vs. the host school Skyline College tomorrow at 4pm.

Warren Jackson led the Seahawks with 15 points while his back court mates Allen Wilcher and AJ Wright each added 10 points of their own. The Seahawks led 36-24 at half and would extend that lead for the majority of the next stanza. The win improves Cabrillo to 7-3 on the season and is the 2nd consecutive year they will play in the Championship Game of the Skyline Tournament.



Allen Wilcher and Warren Jackson combined for 23 first half points and the Seahawks jumped on Napa Valley College early and often to the tune of a 47-30 halftime advantage. Napa Valley did not go quietly as they opened the 2nd half with a 16-4 run to cut cabrillo's lead to 5 but that was as close as they would get. Cabrillo would extend the lead back to 15 a few minutes later and eventually hold on for a 85-76 win in the first round of the Skyline Tournament. Wilcher would lead all scorers with 23 points, Jackson added 15 while David Abittan and Latrell Wilson chipped in 11 and 10 points apiece. The win improves Cabrillo's record to 6-3, they will face Las Positas in the semifinals tomorrow at 5pm at Skyline. The winner will play in the Championship Game at 4pm on Sunday.


The Cabrillo College Seahawks lost this evening 71-63 to Butte College (Oroville) to conclude the Cabrillo College Classic. The lose drops the Seahawks to 5-3 on the year.  The Seahawks lead at the half 39-31 and enjoyed leads by as many as 12 in the second half but could not put the stingy Roadrunners away.

Butte maaged to tie the game with 5:00 to play and had several chances to take the lead late. The Seahawks had the ball with the score tied and :18 seconds to play but could not convert. The overtime period was all Butte as the Roadrunners made big shots to put away the Seahawks.

Next, Cabrillo travels to San Bruno and Skyline College for the Skyline College tournament Dec. 13-15. The Seahawks will open with Napa College on friday afternoon at 4:00pm.

Game 7 - Strong 2nd Half Propels Cabrillo to Home Opening Win...

In the opening game of the Cabrillo college Classic the Seahawks were able to come away with a big victory over a tough Sierra College Team. The game began with each team trading baskets, until Cabrillo was able to push the lead to 10 early at 17-7. The rest of the half saw Sierra fight back, and Cabrillo respond. As the half wound down Sierra made a run to cut the lead to 36-32 at the break. To start the 2nd half Sierra was able to take a 4 point lead only to see Cabrillo respond with a run of their own. The Seahawks got big shots from AJ Wright and David Abittan to regain the lead and they would never give back. When all was said and done Cabrillo emerged with a 74-58 victory. Warren Jackson and Wright would lead the charge for Cabrillo with 16 points each. Abittan chipped in 10 while Zavon Jackson and Allen Wilcher each tallied 9 points. The win improved Cabrillo to 5-2, up next for the Seahawks is a Sunday contest vs Butte College in the last game of the Cabrillo College Classic. Tomorrow night Sierra and Butte will play at 7pm in the 2nd game of the Classic. See Action Shots on Classic Page and Photo Gallery

Game 6 - Seahawks Win Final at Shasta Tournament......

The Seahawks won their second straight game and improved their record to 4-2 on the season by defeating Merrit College (Oakland) ranked #8 in Northern California at the Shasta Tournament. It's was the second straight game to go into overtime and the Seahawks responded with a 83-76 win to take the Consolation Championship game. Freshmen Warren Jackson scored 17 points to lead Cabrillo. Latrell Wilson followed with 14 points while A.J. Wright and Allen Wilcher chipped in 11 points each. The Seahawks will host Sierra College (Rocklin Ca) in their Tenth Annual Basketball Classic at 7 PM Friday December 6th.

Game 5 - Seahawks Victorious at Shasta Tournament......

The Cabrillo College Seahawks improved their record to 3-2 on the season by defeating American River College (Sacramento) in overtime by a score of 67-62. Warren Jackson led the Seahawks with 12 points, 11 of which he scored in overtime. In all, seven Cabrillo players scored seven or more points, with A.J. Wright and Latrell Wilson scoring nine apiece. The Hawks advance to the consolation championship game against Merrit College (Oakland) at noon Sunday. GO SEAHAWKS!

Game 4 - Seahawks Lose at Shasta Tournament......

The Cabrillo College Seahawks fell just short this afternoon as Diablo Valley College (Pleasant Hill, CA)) pulled a win out by the score of 69-63. The Hawks will play American River College (Sacramento) Saturday at 2:00 PM in the consolation bracket of the tournament.


Game 3 - Seahawks Fall Short.............

The Cabrillo College Seahawks fell just short this afternoon as the Mustangs of San Joaquin Delta College (Stockton, CA) pulled out a close game with a 69-65 win in the Championship game of the John Wallace Memorial Tournament hosted by Ohlone College (Fremont, CA). The loss drops Cabrillo to 2-1 on the year.

The Seahawks had controllled the first behind the scoring of Warren Jackson. Cabrillo lead at the half 35-29 as Jackson scored 19 first half points.

The Seahawks jumped out to several comfortable leads but could never put SJDC away. Delta took the lead for the first time in the game with 2:10 to go. Cabrillo had a couple chances to tie the game and take the lead but could not convert.

Warren Jackson lead the Seahawks in scoring with 23 points. David Abittan chipped in with 10 points. Jake Harrell and Allen Wilcher each had 8 points.

Next, the Seahawks will travel to Redding, CA for the Shasta College Tournament Nov. 22-24. Cabrillo will face Diablo Valley College (Pleasant Hill, CA). Tip-off is scheduled for 2:00pm. See Action Shots, click HERE

Game 2 - 2nd half rally leads Cabrillo over Sac City...

In their second game of the year the Seahwaks found themselves in a very different situation then the night before. Sac City came out and took control early and had their way with Cabrillo in the 1st half. With a 38-26 advantage at the break Sac City would push their lead to 17 points with 14 minutes left in the game. The Seahawks lost starting center Daeshawn Patterson who fouled out early in the 2nd half, next they lost starting point guard Warren Jackson who fouled out as well. Down two starters the Seahwaks showed some grit and determination and began to chip away at the Sacramento lead. Changing defenses and relentless effort on the offensive boards helped Cabrillo cut the lead to 2 with 2 minutes left. Down the stretch David Abbittan and AJ Wright would connect on big 3's to give Cabrillo the lead for good and Allen Wilcher finished things off from the free throw line to seal the 74-70 victory for Cabrillo. On the night Wright led Cabrillo in scoring with 16, Abbitan and Wilcher each chipped in 15 to pace the Seahwaks.

Cabrillo now plays in the Championship game of the Ohlone Tournament vs Delta College tomorrow at 3pm. See Action Shots, click HERE

Game 1- Seahawks Victorious in opener...

The Cabrillo College Seahawks got their season started off on the right foot with a sound win over Shasta College (Redding, CA) in the opening round of the Ohlone Tournament. The Seahawks jumped out on Shasta early to the tune of a 23-0 run to start the game, they never looked back. Leading 48-12 at halftime the second half saw much of the same as Cabrillo continued to put on the pressure, forcing turnovers and turning them in to easy baskets. When the final horn sounded Cabrillo had increased their haltime lead and would finish with a 88-36 victory. Everyone on the roster got an opportunity to contribute, 12 different players scored, led by the trio of Warren Jackson, AJ Wright and Allen Wilcher who all piched in 13 points on the evening. Daeshawn Patterson tallied 10 points, while David Abbitan and Jake Harrell each chipped in 8 points.

Next, the Seahawks will take on Sacramento City College at 7:00pm. Sac City defeated Canada College in their first round game..

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