CCSF freshman wide receiver Kevin Shaa reaches out for a catch against Contra Costa College. (Eric Sun/CCSF Athletics)

CCSF freshman wide receiver Kevin Shaa reaches out for a catch against Contra Costa College. (Eric Sun/CCSF Athletics)

CCSF football wraps regular season with win, without playoff berth

The City College of San Francisco football season wrapped up this weekend with the defending national champions missing out on a playoff spot.

The Rams beat Contra Costa College, 19-14, on Saturday night, but it wasn’t enough to overcome three losses during the season.
Sophomore Jaylend Jones had five catches for 48 yards and a touchdown in the season finale.

In a rare defensive battle, defensive tackle Maka Tameilau dazzled with two sacks, one of which proving to be the difference maker as it forced a fourth-and-long with less than two minutes remaining.

CCSF will conclude its season on Dec. 3 against Laney College in the San Francisco Community College Bowl.

The Rams’ women’s soccer team beat Ohlone College, 2-0, on Friday to conclude its regular season.

Jesse Bareilles, a sophomore all-American, finished the year with 32 goals after adding another in the final game. Gabriella Beemsterboer netted the other in the contest.

CCSF (12-2-4) will host Lassen this Saturday in the playoffs.

The men’s soccer team clinched its league title on Tuesday, which they followed with a 3-1 loss to Hartnell on Friday.

The Rams finished 11-6-2 and will travel to Lassen this Saturday for their postseason game.

Kijana Best and Jennifer Quarters-Styles continue to lead the CCSF volleyball team, which moved to 20-3 after beating West Valley in straight sets last week.

Best contributed 18 kills, Quarters-Styles logged 16, and Pamela Dungo had 41 assists.

The team will conclude its regular season today against the College of San Mateo.

The CCSF women’s basketball team has started its season undefeated, winning its first three contests.

Reigning NorCal Player of the Year Gabrielle Vigil starred in the Rams’ 96-64 win over Monterey last weekend. Nahrie Pierce logged a double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds.

The Rams will participate in the Sierra College Tournament, starting Friday.

The men’s basketball team also has yet to lose at 4-0 following a 96-87 win over Monterey.CCSFCity College of San FranciscoCollege Sportsjunior college sports

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