Seahawks Coast Conf. Co-Champions, Fifth Championship in Six Years!!!!!!!....

The Cabrillo College Seahawks won their fifth Coast Conference Championship in the last six years by going 10-2. Overall Cabrillo had a record of 20-7 and competed in the Northern California playoffs.

Cabrillo College forward Brett Reed (The Woodlands, TX) was voted Most Valuable Player for the Coast Conference South division. Reed a 6'7" 210 lb forward averaged 15.9 pts/gm, 12 rebs./gm and 3.5 assists/gm in conference play. Reed shot 55.4 % from the floor for the Co-Champion Seahawks (20-7, 10-2).

Reed's honor makes him the fifth consecutive player from Cabrillo to be named conference MVP or Co-MVP dating back to 2011. Aaron Patterson was recognized in 2006. Only the 2007 Championship team failed to have the MVP of the conference.

Reed is the only true freshman to win the award in the last 20 years.

Also recognized by the Coast Conference South Coaches was Cabrillo guard Solomon Taylor (Apopka, FL). Taylor, a 6' 160lb freshman, was a 1st team ALL-Conference selection. Taylor averaged 13.8pts/gm and shot 41% from the 3pt line going 29-70.

Shelton Black, 6'8" 200lb sophomore, was named 2nd team All-Coast Conference South. Black (Compton, CA) averaged 8.3 pts/gm and 11.5 rebs/gm. He also averaged 2.3 blocked shots/gm.

In addition, Seahawks guard Blake Trent was selected as an Honorable Mention selection. Trent, a 6'3" 205 lb freshman from Redding, CA, shot 42% from the 3pt line in conference (42-99) and averaged 11.3 pts/gm.

Game #27 - Sequoias Needs Overtime To Slip Past Cabrillo 76-70....

The Season ended for the #12 Seahawks at #5 The College of Sequoias (Visalia) after an overtime loss 70-76. The game was very close with both teams earning leads that where to vanish in a back-and-forward game. Cabrillo had a 28-21 lead with 3:16 in the first half only to have Sequoias come back and take a 32-30 lead into the locker room at intermission. The second half was equally contested as the score was tied at 48 with 8:44 and also tied at 54 with 5:34 remaining in regulation play. With 31 seconds remaining, the Seahawks where ahead 61-59, and after Randy Matilalsingh went to the line a sunk both free throws the lead was 63-59. The Giants managed to score three with 16.5 remaining and the score was 63-62 Cabrillo. Again, Randy Matilalsigh went to the line and made both shots to make it 65-62 only to see the Giants sink a 3-pointer with seconds remaining in regulation to tie the score at 65. In overtime, Cabrillo scored 5 points while Sequoias managed 11 and a victory.

Game #26- Seahawks to Much for De Anza....

The Cabrillo College Seahawks are The Coast Conference Co-Champions for 2016. Cabrillo put an exclaimation point on their season tonight by destroying visiting De Anza College (Cupertino) by a season high 101-72. With just six minutes played in the first half the Seahawks built a 38-16 lead and took control of the game from the 4th place Dons (6-6) and went into the locker room with a 48-27 lead. In the second half the Dons managed to cut the lead to 14 with 11 minutes to go (66-52) but that's when the Seahawks put on a surge to win the game by the highest score of the season (101). Cabrillo converted 20 3-pointers as KT Taylor led with a team-high 26 points followed by 25 points from Blake Trent and Demetrius Rose had 17 points.

Game #25 - San Jose Squeaks By Cabrillo To Tie For First Place.

San Jose City College got by the Seahawks in San Jose to tie both teams in first place in the Coast Conference South with 9-2 records. The Hawks where held to their third lowest point total for the season in the 59-63 loss (Cabrillo's season average is 70 points per game). Breet Reed and KT Taylor each scored 14 points and Demetrius Rose had 12. Each team has one game remaining in conference play. Friday February 19th, The Seahawks (9-2)will host fourth place De Anza College (Cupertino) with a tip-off of 7 PM.

Game #24 - Seahawks Beat Under-Manned West Valley.

The Hawks (9-1 In conf.) pulled away from The West Valley Vikings (1-9) before intermission 34-21. The Vikings had only seven players and felt the squeeze when two of them fouled out. After the intermission, the Hawks where free to send in bench players who got a chance to do their stuff for the team to rack up a 67-51 win. Next up will be a very important match up at San Jose Wednesday at 7 PM against first place Cabrillo and second place San Jose.

Game # 23 - Monterey Gets Revenge And The Seahawks Get Their First Conf. Loss..

The Monterey Peninsula College Lobos (7-3) got their revenge for a 81-68 loss at Cabrillo on January 15th by beating the Seahawks (8-1) at Monterey 75-80. Cabrillo was led by high scoring from Breet Reed (29) and KT Taylor (21) but could not take the game over as they trailed 43-37 at intermission. With 11:46 remaining in the second half the Hawks built a small 8 point lead of 56-48 only to see the Lobos come back to make it 74-69 with 3:38 left. The Seahawks had a chance but could not prevail against a strong defense inside and outside the 3-point line. Next, Cabrillo will host West Valley College Friday with the tip-off at 5 PM. GO SEAHAWKS!

Game #22 - Seahawks Take Over Gavilan 85-55..

After dominating Hartnell at home the Hawks fly to Gavilan College (Gilroy) and soar to go to 8-0 in conference with a big-time win of 85-55. Next up will be a trip to Monterey next Wednesday to take on the 5-3 Lobos. Tip-ff is 5:00 PM.

Game #21 - Seahawks Dominate Hartnell 92-77..

After traveling to Hartnell College (Salinas) January 8th and getting a very close win (71-68), The Seahawks where all over The Panthers this time at home winning 92-77. In the first half, the game stayed close and was a six point game with 8:55 to go. That's when the Hawks went on a big run to make it 38-25 with 4:17 remaining and take a 47-29 lead into the locker room. Hartnell would fight back with shots beyond the arc but never get close in the second half as the Seahawks improved to 7-0 in conference play. Brett Reed led Cabrillo with 23 points, Blake Trent had 17, Shelton Black got 15, while Randy Motilalsingh posted 14 and KT Taylor chipped in 12 points.

Game #20 - Seahawks Visit De Anza and Win 90-67..

The Seahawks (16-4, 6-0) completed a perfect first half of Coast Conference play by defeating De Anza in Cupertino by a score 90-67. Blake Trent led all scorers with 25 points, KT Taylor added 17, Brett Reed 16, Stephan Ammentorp 12 and Randy Matilalsingh had 11. Next, Cabrillo will host Hartnell College (Salinas) Wednesday Febuary third with a tip-off of 7 PM.


The Seahawks (15-4, 5-0) maintained their perfect conference record by defeating San Jose City College by a score of 58-55 to keep a six-game winning streak going. This one was a close contest until the Seahawks managed to take a late lead only to have San Jose come back to make the game a close one at the end. Down the stretch the Hawks where 15 of 18 at the free throw line. At the buzzer, the ball was in the hands of #5 Randy Matilalsingh with 7.6 seconds remaining and the game ended the clash of unbeaten teams in the Coast Conference South with Cabrillo on top. Leading the Seahawks and the top scorer in the game was #23 Brett Reed with 20 points followed by #34 Meeche Rose and #4 KT Taylor with 9 points each. Number 42 Shelton Black disrupted the San Jose offense by blocking five shots for Cabrillo's defense. The Seahawks will travel to De Anza College (Cupertino) on Wednesday with the opening jump ball scheduled for 7 p.m.


The Seahawks (14-4,4-0) led by Freshman Breet Reed, traveled to West Valley College (Saratoga) and came away with a win 72-61 to go 4-0 in conference and 14-4 overall. Reed led the Seahawks with 24 points, followed by KT Taylor with 13, Shelton Black and Randy Matilalsingh both with 11 points. Now the Hawks get ready for a very important showdown with also undefeated San Jose City College at home this Friday. Tip-off is 7 PM.


The Seahawks (13-4,3-0) took litle time in dominating The Monterey Peninsula Lobos tonight and ended regulation play with an 81-68 victory. They are now 3-0 in conference with a big showdown looming next week versus San Jose. But first, they must travel to West Valley College (Saratoga) on Wednesday. Tip off Wednesday will be 7 PM.


The Seahawks (12-4, 2-0) jumped ahead of the Gavilan College Rams (Gilroy) 3-12, 0-3) early in the game and had a 16-3 advantange only to get stuck at 16 for several minutes. This allowed Gavilan to tie the score at 16 points by slowing the game down and they where able to pick their shots. For the rest of the first half, the Hawks got a small lead and held onto it and where up 29-23 at the half. In the second half, Cabrillo got moving and took charge of the game to finish with a 61-44 win and a 2-0 conference record. Next, they will host Monterey Peninsula College on Friday Jan. 15th. Tip-off is 5 PM.



The Seahawks (11-4) opened up conference play at Hartnell College (9-6). In the first half, The Seahawks took charge of the game with hot shooting from several players and where up by as much as 17 points in the middle of the first half. However the Hartnell Panthers made a late run before the intermission to close the gap to 11 points (39-28).
The second half was just the opposite as the Seahawks had cold shooting which allowed The Panthers to take the lead with about 5 minutes remaining in the game (63-62). A critical 3-pointer by #11 Blake Trent put the Seahawks up for good and the they where able to hang on for a opening win in conference play by a score of 71-68. Leading the Seahawks in scoring was Breet Reed with 15 points followed by Demetrius Rose with 14. Also chipping in with 12 points apiece was KT Taylor and Blake Trent.
Cabrillo will continue conference play when they host Gavilan College (Gilroy) next Wednesday with a 5 PM tip-off.


The Seahawks (10-4) took charge of the game before the half and expanded that lead by defeating Skyline College of San Bruno (4-9) by a score of 82-67. Brett Reed led all scorers with 22 points followed by Shelton Black with 14 and Randy Matilalsingh with 12 for the Seahawks. Next, they travel to Hartnell College (Salinas) to begin conference play next Friday January 8th with the tip-off at 7 PM. GO SEAHAWKS!!


The Seahawks took a loss at Foothill College (Los Altos Hills) by a score of 49-80. Next, they will host Skyline College on Saturday. Tip-off is 5 PM. GO SEAHAWKS!!


The Seahawks took care of Reedley in the third place game at The Delta College Tournament (Stockton) by a score of 82-55.. Next they travel to Foothill College (Los Altos Hills) to take on the Owls on Wednesday December 30th at 6:30 pm. GO SEAHAWKS!!


The Seahawks (8-3) could not get past the re-match with Butte College (Oroville) in the second round and fell 53-72. They will face Reedley College in the third place game today at 2 PM at the Delta College Tournament (Stockton).


The Seahawks (8-2) took apart Merced College in the first round at the Delta College Tournament (Stockton) by a score of 95-62. They will face Butte College (Oroville) in the second round. Cabrillo defeated Butte in the Cabrillo Classic in overtime on Dec. 4th 73-71.


The Seahawks (7-2) could not keep up with a very talanted Chabot College Team (Hayward). They lost by a score of 61-71.


The Hawks improved their record to 7-1 in pre-season play by defeating Porterville College in a game that would see the Hawks start to pull away several times only to have Porterville come right back. KT Taylor and Malcolm Stevenson both scored 17 points while Randy Motilalsigh and Blake Trent each had nine points. Brett Reed scored eight while keeping pace with his season average of 10.3 rebounds per game. The Seahawks pulled off victories in both games this weekend in their own Twelveth Annual Cabrillo Classic. Next, they will travel to Chabot College (Hayward) on Saturday Dec 12th. Tip-off will be at 5:00 PM. GO SEAHAWKS!!


The Cabrillo College Seahawks won nailbiter tonight in overtime vs Butte College (Oroville) in the first round of the Cabrillo College

Classic in Aptos 73-71. The win improves Cabrillo to 6-1 on the year. Butte moves to 4-2.

The Seahawks jumped all over the Roadrunners early in the first half and took a 19-5 lead. Slowly Butte cut the lead to 23-17 as Cabrillo shot the ball poorly in the latter portion of the half and took a 35-26 lead into the locker room.

The second half saw Cabrillo get up on Butte and enjoy several double digit leads but could not put Butte away. The Seawaks led by 13 with 6:43 to play and a terriffic Butte run closed the gap as the Roadrunners hit a tough runner with 7.2 seconds remaining to tie the game at 63 in regulation. Overtime was a trade of tough shots down the stretch in what was a really exciting college basketball game that was well played by both teams.

Solomon Taylor led all scorers with 25 points on the night..Meechie Rose scored 12 and Malcolm Stevenson had 10 points and 7 rebounds. Brett Reed and Shelton Black had 15 and 11 rebounds respectively.

Next the Seahawks will take on the Porterville College Pirates (Porterville, CA) at 5:00pm.


Cabrillo won the Consolation Final at The Shasta College Tournament (Redding) by dominating Merritt College (3-3, Oakland, Ca) by a score of 76-59. Malcolm Stevenson led all Seahawks with 16 points followed by Brett Reed with 12 and KT Taylor with 11. Blake Trent and Shelton Black chipped in nine each. The Hawks improve to 5-1 in pre-conference games and will head home to host the 12th Annual Cabrillo Classic on Friday Dec 4th when they take on The Butte College Roadrunners (3-0, Oroville, Ca).


The Hawks took out Ohlone College (Fremont) in consolation play by a score of 77-68. They will face Merritt College(Oakland, 3-2) today at 12:00 pm, stay posted as we will update the results today.


The Seahawks played a close game against Diablo Valley College (Pleasant Hill) but could not keep up and fell by a score of 62-68 in the first round of tournament play at The Shasta College Tournament in Redding CA. They continue tournament play Saturday against Ohlone College (Fremont) at 4 PM. GO SEAHAWKS!!

Game #3 SEAHAWKS HANG ON, BEAT LPC 71-66.......

The Cabrillo College Seahawks improved their record to 3-0 on the year with a 71-66 win tonight over Las Positas College (Livermore) in Aptos.

Cabrillo jumped on LPC early and enjoyed a 21-9 lead early. LPC would hang around and manage to hit a deep 3 pt. basket at the buzzer to conclude the first half as both teams went into the locker room. Cabrillo lead 36-27.

Cabrillo would enjoy leads of 10, 12 and 13 at different points in the half but could never put LPC away. LPC actually was up 1 (57-56) with 3:56 to play.

A Malcolm Stevenson put back and a Solomon Taylor 3 pt. basket gave the Seahawks a four pt. lead that they managed to maintain down the stretch and hold off LPC.

Solomon Taylor lead all players in scoring tonight with 20 points. Brett Reed and Malcolm Stevenson each contributed with 14 points a piece. Demetrius Rose chipped in with 9 as well.

Next, the Seahawks will travel to Redding, CA  for the Shasta College Tournament. The Seahawks first round game on Friday (Nov. 20th) will be at 8:00pm vs Diablo Valley College (Pleasant Hill).

Game #2 Nov 8th - Seahawks Rack Up Another Win...

The Seahawks dominated the Delta College Mustangs (Stockton) from a few minutes into the game all the way to the end. They where able to top the Mustangs by a score of 84-71. Next up, they will host Las Positas College (Livermore) on Friday November 13th at 7:00 PM. GO SEAHAWKS!!!

Game #1 Nov 7th - Seahawks Start the Season with a Win...

The Seahawks where able to hold on in the final minutes and then pull away for a 75-66 win to start their 2015-16 campaign versus Modesto College. Join us this afternoon at 5PM when they host the Delta College Mustangs (Stockton) in game #4 of the Cabrillo College Tip-Off. GO SEAHAWKS!!!

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