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Monday Sports Round-Up; Recaps And Previews Of City College Sports

City College offence at the line in the game against Santa Rosa College at Hughes Stadium on Sept. 24th. ©2016 Dianne Rose
City College offense at the line in the game against Santa Rosa College at Hughes Stadium on Sept. 24th. ©2016 Dianne Rose


The City College Panthers (4-3) were defeated by American River (6-1) on the road Saturday, Oct. 22, 17-7. The Panthers’ defense held the Beavers to zero points in the first half, but City College offensively struggled the entire game.

Running back Tyree Hanson rushed for the offense’s only score as he was held to 70 yards and a touchdown.

The defense was led by defensive lineman Josh Johnson, with 12 tackles. Linebackers Terrance March had 10 tackles, and Deon Drake had 8 tackles and a sack.

The Panthers will look to rebound next week at home against Siskiyous (3-4) on Oct. 29 at 4 p.m.

Women’s Volleyball:

The volleyball team (17-1) jumped to a two-set lead and defeated American River College 3-1 on the road. City College is now 9-1 in the Big 8 and 17-1 overall this season.

City College had strong performances by Keeley Franz, who had 13 kills and six digs with 44 total attacks. Sam Kepler had eight kills with six digs and 32 total attacks. AJ Woo had 12 digs with five kills and 24 total attacks. Kassidy Rauh had 30 assists, 11 digs, and six kills with seven total attacks.

The Panthers hit the road against the Diablo Valley College Vikings (9-8) Wednesday, Oct. 26, at 6:30 p.m. City College is also on the road Friday, Oct. 28,  against Cosumnes River (5-14) at 6:30 p.m.

Women’s Golf:

The women’s golf team  finished in third place at the Big 8 Tournament #8 at Swenson Park in Stockton.

Sierra won the tournament for the fifth consecutive tournament by getting 319.  Modesto came in second place with a 325, and City College came in third with a 346.
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The Panthers next tournament is the Big 8 Tournament #9, which will take place Thursday, Oct. 27, at 11 a.m. at the Wildhawk Golf Course in Sacramento.

Men’s & Women’s Cross Country:

The Panthers will race again on Oct. 28 at American River College for the Big 8 Conference Championships.

Water Polo:

The City College women’s water polo team played its final home game of the season last Wednesday against American River College. The Panthers were beat by the Beavers 18-8. City College is now 1-5 in conference play with one game left in the season.

City College will play its last scheduled game of the season on Wednesday, Oct. 26. The Panthers will travel to play the Vikings of Diablo Valley College.  That game will be played at 3:30 p.m.  and will conclude the season. With a conference record of 1-5 and overall record of 2-14, it does not appear the team will be eligible for postseason competition.

Women’s Soccer:

The City College women’s soccer team played twice last week. City College lost both matches against American River and Sierra College by final scores of 2-0 and 3-0, respectively. The Panthers have now lost 12 games in a row and have fallen to 0-11 in conference play.

The team will see action this Friday as the Panthers travel to play the Diablo Valley College Vikings. The Panthers will look to pick up its first win of conference play as the season is coming to an end. Sacramento has five scheduled games left in its.


The City College wrestling team had a lot of success last week. On Wednesday, Oct.19, the Panthers traveled to Shasta College and won in convincing fashion, 54-0. On Saturday, City College was again in action participating in the Meathead Mover’s Invitational. For the second year in a row, City College won this invitational and took home the top prize.

The wrestling team resumes action this week. On Wednesday, Oct. 26, the Panthers will host the Wolverines of Sierra College in a Big 8 Conference showdown. City College is off to a hot start and looks to continue its defense of its State Championship from last season.

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