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COAST CONFERENCE SOUTH

(as of 12-20-14)

College Name
Conf. Record
Overall
Cabrillo
 
6-7
De Anza
 
5-8
Gavilan
1-10
Hartnell
3-9
Monterey Peninsula
5-6
San Jose City
10-2
West Valley
2-12
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Latest News............

CABRILLO FALLS TO SIERRA COLLEGE IN THIRD PLACE GAME AT DELTA IN STOCKTON..
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!

CABRILLO 63 DELTA 76 IN SEMI-FINAL GAME IN STOCKTON..
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.

CABRILLO HOLDS ON TO BEAT ALAMEDA...
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.

CABRILLO HANGS ON TO BEAT CHABOT...

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.

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CABRILLO STRUGGELS ON THE ROAD VS. LAS POSITAS.....

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.

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CABRILLO TAKES DOWN NO.3 LASSEN......

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.

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HOT START PROPELLS SEAHAWKS PAST BUTTE 74-55......

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.

FOOTHILL HOLDS OFF SEAHAWKS FOR CONSOLATION CHAMPIONSHIP.........

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.

CABRILLO REBOUNDS AND CLOBBERS SISKIYOUS.....

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.

SEAHAWKS OPEN WITH A LOSS AT SHASTA COLLEGE INVITATIONAL.....

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.

Mt. SAN JACINTO OUTLASTS CABRILLO IN 3rd PLACE GAME.....

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.

OHLONE TOO MUCH FOR CABRILLO....

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.

CABRILLO BLASTS MJC IN SEASON OPENER 81-42........

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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