Community College of San Francisco running back Namane Modise (13), seen here on Sept. 10, had a big game on Friday. (Stan Olszewski/Special to S.F. Examiner)

Community College of San Francisco running back Namane Modise (13), seen here on Sept. 10, had a big game on Friday. (Stan Olszewski/Special to S.F. Examiner)

CCSF football gets back on track with blowout after bye week

The City College of San Francisco football team compiled 488 yards of total offense, 377 of which came on the ground, against Diablo Valley College on Friday, when the Rams won 49-7. Quarterback Lavell McCullers threw for 111 yards with three touchdowns while running for 142 and scoring two more times on the ground. Running back Naname Modise picked up 137 yards on 16 rush attempts as the Rams moved to 4-2 on the season. They play the undefeated Santa Rosa Junior College on Saturday.

— The CCSF women’s soccer team won its fourth-straight match by beating Foothill, 1-0, on Oct. 13. Freshman Danielle Nicotena netted the only goal in the 86th minute to deliver the win, which moves the Rams to 8-1-2.

— The CCSF men’s soccer team lost its last two matches, both in a 2-1 score, to Las Positas on Tuesday and Cabrillo on Friday. The Rams are 7-4-1 and play at Chabot on Friday.

— The women’s volleyball team at CCSF is also thriving in 2016 as the Rams are on a three-match winning streak. They beat Hartness, 3-2, as Jennifer Quarters-Styles and Kijana Best paced the team with 28 and 21 kills respectively. CCSF will carry its 13-2 record into its home match against Napa today.CCSFCity College of San FranciscoCollege Sportsjunior college footballNaname Modise

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