The Cabrillo College Seahawks dropped their fifth straight game on Saturday night, losing 35-21 to Reedley College on Fry’s Field at Carl Conelly Stadium in Aptos.

Cabrillo freshman running back Terrence Smith ran for 142 yards and two touchdowns on 17 carries but the Seahawks still failed to notch their first American Golden Coast Conference win of the season.

The loss dropped Cabrillo to 1-7 overall and 0-4 in conference play with two games left.

The Seahawks will look to halt their losing streak next week at Gavilan College at 1 p.m.

Freshman Nick Martig got the start under center but was benched in favor of Evan Nelson at the half after passing for only 23 yards and tossing an interception.

Nelson, a freshman, completed eight of his 15 passing attempts for 111 yards and hit freshman receiver Casey Hamilton for a 63-yard touchdown to tie the game up at 21-all late in the third quarter but penalties hampered Cabrillo the rest of the way.

The Seahawks were flagged 18 times for 295 yards.

They had 255 yards of offense.

Smith had scoring runs of 23 and 65 yards.

Cabrillo freshman defensive back Shaq Floyd made two interceptions and freshman defensive back Casey Brown also had an interception and forced a fumble.

Sophomore linebacker Travis Schuhe had 19 total tackles and 3 1/2 stops behind the line of scrimmage.

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