Zachary Copeland. (Courtesy Eric Sun/CCSF Athletics)

Zachary Copeland. (Courtesy Eric Sun/CCSF Athletics)

Both CCSF basketball teams fall short of state-title games

City College of San Francisco’s men’s basketball played a lot of close games this season as the Rams defended their state title.

In total, 10 games were decided by five points or fewer.

That tendency bit CCSF on Saturday, when it lost to San Diego City College, 79-77, in the CCCAA Final Four.

The Rams committed 18 total turnovers to negate a 10-point halftime lead.

Conference MVP netted a game-high 28 points and made the all-tournament team. Sophomore Armani Collins added another 15 off the bench.

The loss ended the Rams’ season 29-3, with


CCSF’s women’s basketball team quest for its first state title fell short Friday in the Elite Eight against Ventura.

The Rams lost, 79-66, after being plagued by poor shooting (25-for-75).

Destiny Kelly led CCSF with 17 points. Conference MVP Gabrielle Vigil added 13 as CCSF’s season ended with a 27-4 mark. ccaaCCSFCity CollegeCity College of San FranciscoCollege Sports

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