2014 community college football post season schedule announced

November 22:

American Division Championship Bowl, host Southwestern College, 6pm
Santa Monica College (7-3, SCFA American Division #3, American Pacific Conference champ) vs Southwestern College (9-1, SCFA American Division #2)

NCFC American Division Bowl, host West Hills College Coalinga, 2pm
Yuba College (6-4, NCFC American Division #t5) vs. West Hills College Coalinga(9-1, NCFC American Division #3)

Beach Bowl, host Long Beach City College, 6pm
Golden West College (7-3, SCFA National Division #5) vs. Long Beach City College (8-2, SCFA National Division #3)

Bothman Bulldog Bowl, host College of San Mateo, TBD
Laney College (6-4, NCFC National Division #10) vs. College of San Mateo (8-2, NCFC National Division #3)

East Bay Bowl, host Diablo Valley College, TBD
Sacramento City College (6-4, NCFC National Division #9) vs. Diablo Valley College (7-3, NCFC National Division #5)

Golden State Bowl, host Cerritos College, 7pm
Santa Barbara City College (7-3, SCFA American Division #5) vs. Cerritos College (7-3, SCFA National Division #6)

*Gridiron Classic Bowl, host American River College, 1pm
Butte College (7-3, NCFC National Division #4, NorCal Conference champ) vs. American River College (9-1, NCFC National Division #2)

*National Bowl, host Riverside City College, 6pm
Ventura College (6-4, SCFA National Division #8, National Northern Conference champ) vs. Riverside City College (9-1, SCFA National Division #1, National Central Conference champ)

North State Bowl, host College of the Siskiyous, 12pm
Shasta College (8-2, NCFC American Division #4) vs. College of the Siskiyous (6-4, NCFC National Division #7)

Patriotic Bowl, host Palomar College, 2pm
Glendale Community College (9-1, SCFA American Division #4) vs. Palomar College (6-4, SCFA National Division #t9)

*San Francisco Community College Bowl, host City College of San Francisco, TBD
Chabot College (6-4, NCFC National Division #8, Valley Conference champ) vs. City College of San Francisco (9-1, NCFC National Division #1, Bay 6 Conference champ) 

*Southern California Bowl, host Mt. San Antonio College, 6pm
Fullerton College (8-2, SCFA National Division #4, National Southern Conference champ) vs. Mt. San Antonio College (8-2, SCFA National Division #2)

State Center Bowl, host Fresno City College, TBD
Santa Rosa Junior College (7-3, NCFC National Division #6) vs. Fresno City College (6-4, NCFC National Division #11) 

Western State Bowl, host Bakersfield College, 4pm
Chaffey College (6-4, National Division #t9) vs. Bakersfield College (6-4, SCFA National Division #7)

November 29:

Living Breath Foundation Bowl, host Hartnell College, 1pm
Contra Costa College (9-1, NCFC American Division #2, Pacific 7 Conference champ) vs. Hartnell College (9-1, NCFC American Division #1, Golden Coast Conference champ)

*Northern California Football Association Championship at highest remaining seed

*Southern California Football Association Championship at highest remaining seed

December 13:

*California Community College Athletic Association Football State Championship
at SCFA Champion

In Northern California, the Gridiron Classic Bowl and the San Francisco Community College Bowl will serve as the semi-final playoff games. The Regional Championship (November 29) will be hosted by the higher seed.

In Southern California, the National Bowl and the Southern California Bowl will serve as the semi-final playoff games. The Regional Championship (November 29) will be hosted by the higher seed.

The winners of the Northern California and Southern California championship playoff games will advance to the California Community College Athletic Association Football State Championship on December 13, 2014. The team advancing to the state championship from the South will host. 

Source: California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA)

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Redlands native Taylor Bell having tournament to remember

Cal State Stanislaus senior guard Taylor Bell only saw minimal playing time for most of the season. He averaged 4 points, 16 minutes a game for the Warriors, who finished fourth in the tough CCAA.

But the Redlands High School product has come up huge lately for his teammates and coach Larry Reynolds.

Playing close to his home in the NCAA Division II West Regional at Cal State San Bernardino against traditional power Cal Poly Pomona, Bell tossed in a career-high 22 points with five assists in an overtime win. He went 7 of 13 from the field and played 37 minutes, no doubt prospering in place of starting point guard Sam Marcus who struggled.

That came a day after he scored 18 points in 32 minutes in leading the Warriors to an 80-72 quarterfinal win over second-seeded Seattle Pacific, also in overtime.

Coming into the tournament he hadn’t scored in double digits even once this season.

Bell started his collegiate career at Mt. San Jacinto so he had a handful of Foothill Conference games closer to home. But that stage pales in comparison to this one. He has been a key contributor for a team that had never made the postseason before this year and yet is one win away from the Elite Eight.

The Warriors play Chico State on Monday at 7 p.m. in the same venue. Having two out-of-area contenders probably won’t make for a great crowd but the Bell supporters are sure to be out in full force.



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All-CCAA Men’s Basketball Team Unveiled

Name School Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr.
Marcus Bell Cal State Stanislaus C 6-9 225 Sr.
Jordan Faison Cal Poly Pomona F 6-7 220 So.
Kirby Gardner Cal State San Bernardino G 6-2 215 Sr.
Lacy Haddock Cal State San Bernardino G 6-3 185 Sr.
David Howard Humboldt State F 6-7 230 Jr.
James McCann UC San Diego G 5-11 165 Sr.
Nefi Perdomo San Francisco State G 6-1 170 Sr.
DeRonn Scott Cal Poly Pomona G 6-6 185 Sr.
Jordan Semple Chico State F 6-7 210 Jr.
Quinton Watkins Cal State L.A. G 6-4 220 Sr.
Name School Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr.
Jordan Burris Cal State San Bernardino F 6-7 220 Sr.
Amir Carraway Chico State F 6-6 210 Sr.
Justin Herold Sonoma State F/C 6-8 235 Sr.
Ryan Nitz Cal State Monterey Bay F/C 6-4 182 Jr.
Calvin Otiono San Francisco State G 6-2 185 Sr.
Sean Park Chico State G 6-4 200 Sr.
Rashad Parker Chico State G 6-0 190 Sr.
Chris Read Cal State Stanislaus G 6-4 195 Jr.
James Tillman Cal State L.A. F 6-6 215 Sr.
Andrew Young Cal State San Bernardino F 6-8 240 Sr.

Player of the Year: Lacy Haddock, Cal State San Bernardino
Newcomer of the Year: Chris Read, Cal State Stanislaus
Freshman of the Year: Adam Klie, UC San Diego
Coach of the Year: Jeff Oliver, Cal State San Bernardino

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