Nahire Pierce. (Courtesy Eric Sun/CCSF Athletics)

Nahire Pierce. (Courtesy Eric Sun/CCSF Athletics)

CCSF basketball teams advance to respective Sweet 16s

City College of San Francisco’s basketball teams both advanced to the Sweet 16 over the weekend.

The men moved on by beating Cabrillo, 65-61. Zachary Copeland netted a game-high 27 points.

CCSF’s women’s basketball team blew out Laney College, 73-53, to earn a spot in the next round.

Gabrielle Vigil and Destiny Kelly each scored 18 points to lead the Rams.

Both City College teams play this Saturday at home. The women tip off first at 5:30 p.m., and the men will follow at 7:30.

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Freshman Rodney Morgan had himself a day at the San Francisco State Johnny Mathis Invitational.

The freshman finished first in the long jump and tied the state record in the high jump at 6-feet-9.75-inches.

Ana’staja Fulbright won both her heats in the 200- and 400-meter events at the same meet. 

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