“It’s perfect,” Justin Labagh said.
And he’s mostly right.
In reaching the California Community College Athletic Association final four, not one playoff competitor has come remotely close to slaying City College of San Francisco men’s basketball team.
“They’re all peaking,” Rams coach Labagh said of his players after their 88-54 trouncing of Santa Rosa on Saturday. “Our last game was the best game we’ve played all year long. We’ve got two more.” Read More
With first place in the CCCAA NorCal Division on the line, both City College of San Francisco and College of San Mateo brought their A games but it was the Rams who stormed back in the fourth quarter to take the win 17-14.
“I like the intensity we brought and when the chips were on the table, we made the plays we needed to win,” San Francisco coach George Rush said. Read More
The City College of San Francisco women’s basketball team came into the California Community College Athletic Association Championship game with one of the most prolific offenses in the state, averaging 74 points a game.
However, in the state title game against Santa Rosa, the Rams’ high-scoring offense was nowhere to be found in a 52-45 loss. Read More