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May 17, 2021

Local Roundup, 2/25: Cabrillo basketball set to play top-seeded CCSF

Linton Acliese scored 24 points, Amenofis Mitchell added 20 points and the Cabrillo College Seahawks beat Cosumnes River, 77-75, in the first round of the CCCAA playoffs on Wednesday.
Cabrillo (20-7), the back-to-back champion of the Coast Conference South, advances to play the top-seeded City College of San Francisco today at 7 p.m.
Brett Reed recorded a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds, while also adding five assists.
• MVC 2, Aptos 0 – Gianna Vanni tossed a one-hit complete game and struck out nine batters to lead the Monte Vista Christian Mustangs past the Aptos Mariners, 2-0, on Thursday afternoon in each team’s season opener.
Holland Finn was 2-for-3 with a solo home run and Marisa Angulo doubled.
Aptos will try to rebound on March 2 at powerhouse Notre Dame-Salinas.
• DVC 4, Cabrillo 1 – Nick Ciandro had an RBI double in Cabrillo College’s 4-1 loss against Diablo Valley College on Thursday.
• MPC 9, Cabrillo 1 – The Cabrillo College Seahawks lost their Coast Conference South season opener on Thursday, falling 9-1 to Monterey Peninsula College at home.
Aaliyah Ramirez knocked in Grace Giguiere for the Seahawks’ (2-11, 0-1) lone run.
Cabrillo returns to action today in a double-header against Porterville starting at 12 p.m.


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