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A letter from the editor
February 6, 2024

Wrap up Vs. Diablo

For the team’s stats and game schedule, go to http://sccpanthers.losrios.edu/

City College women’s basketball team fell short to Diablo Valley College Jan.17, losing 51-56. Both teams are now tied in the Big 8 conference with a record of 1-4.

“We should have played with more energy and kept the energy up,” said freshman forward Enimoa Laui who scored seven points in the game. Head coach Devin Engebretsen said City College did a good job on defense for about the first 33 minutes of the game.

“We just have to bounce back and keep working and fix our defense for Friday,” said Engebretsen, as he looked ahead to the team’s next game.

Freshman center Brianna Williams and freshman guard Kelsie Muramoto, were both in double digits with 24 points. Muramoto was not as happy with the defense that City College played when she spoke post game.

“[Diablo] picked it up on defense and we didn’t match their efforts,” said Muramoto after scoring 14 points in the game.

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Engebretsen said that foul trouble plagued the team in the last seven minutes of the contest, allowing Diablo Valley to catch up. Diablo Valley took advantage of City College foul trouble by shooting 73 percent from the free throw line in the second half.

Although Diablo Valley was able to shoot well from the line, Engebretsen asserted City College could have overcome the deficit if they had maintained late game scoring.

“Down the stretch we didn’t score at all,” Engebretsen said.

City College will play Cosumnes River College on Friday at Cosumnes River College at 5:30 p.m.

For the team’s stats and game schedule, go to http://sccpanthers.losrios.edu/

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