CCSF is No. 1 seed for state

The City College of San Francisco men’s basketball team is the No. 1 seed for the California Community College Athletic Association tournament this week at the University of the Pacific in Stockton.

The Rams (29-3), the top NorCal team, will face Bakersfield (21-14) in Friday’s 5 p.m. quarterfinal.

The winner advances to Saturday's semifinal against either Fullerton (26-5) or Yuba (32-3). Citrus (32-1) is the top SoCal team and faces Sequoias (22-9) in its quarterfinal. The winner advances to play the winner of the game between Los Angeles Trade Tech (27-4) and Fresno (30-7).

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