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2014-15 Season Results

November 7-9
Cuesta Tournament

November 12-15
Fullerton Tournament

November 19
Cypress (home)
7 pm

November 22
Mt SAC (home)
5 pm

November 25
San Diego Miramar (away)
6 pm

December 4-6
Mt San Jacinto Tournament

December 9-13
Riverside Tournament

December 18-20
Saddleback Tournament

January 3
Southwestern (away)
3 pm

January 10
San Bernardino (home)
1 pm

January 14
Barstow (away)
5 pm

January 17
Rio Hondo (home)
1 pm

January 24
Desert (away)
1 pm

January 28
Victor Valley (home)
5 pm

February 4
San Bernardino (away)
7 pm

February 7
Barstow (home)
3 pm

February 11
Rio Hondo (away)
7 pm

February 18
Desert (home)
7 pm

February 21
Victor Valley (away)
3 pm



2013-14 team photo

John Gilliam signingGILLIAM SIGNS WITH EASTERN NEW MEXICO (7/28/14)
The sixth sophomore from the 2013-14 team has signed his NLI. Congratulations to John Gilliam who will be continuing his education and basketball career at Eastern New Mexico.
2014-15 SCHEDULE NOW AVAILABLE (6/10/14)
The 2014-15 Men's Basketball schedule is now available online.

Seck and Taylor signingShea and Nichols signingNibo signing

FIVE SOPHOMORES TRANSFER TO 4-YEAR SCHOOLS (5/13/14)
Five sophomore basketball players have committed to continue their education at 4-year schools. Congratulations to Jeff Nibo (Southern Utah), Pape Seck and Roderick Evans-Taylor (Simon Frasier), Tyler Shea (Western New Mexico), and Julian Nichols (Western Oregon).

Adom Jacko JACKO EARNS ALL-STATE HONOR (3/17/14)
Congratulations to sophomore forward Adom Jacko who was named to the CCCAA All-State Team and the 2014 CCCAA Men's Basketball Championships all-tournament Team. Jacko led the Panthers all season, a driving force on the court that took the men to the Final Four.
Jeff Klein KLEIN NAMED STATE COACH OF THE YEAR (3/17/14)
Congratulations to Head Coach Jeff Klein. For the second year in a row, Coach Klein was named the Southern Region Coach of the Year. Klein finished this season 28-6 and too the Panthers to their second consecutive Final Four appearance. Klein earned his 300th win at Chaffey on February 22nd.
PANTHERS FALL TO SANTA ROSA IN STATE SEMIFINALS (3/17/14)
By Chris Ruiz, Sports Information Association

NORWALK – Sophomore guard Kai Drewry's (Larkspur, CA/Redwood HS) layup with 3.6 seconds left proved to be the game winner as the Santa Rosa Junior College Bear Cubs advanced to Sunday's state title game after a 49-47 win over the Chaffey College Panthers in semifinal No. 1 of the CCCAA Men's Basketball State Championship at Cerritos College.

The Bear Cubs improved to 23-8 overall and will be making the college's first-ever appearance in the state championship final.

Chaffey took the early lead, opening the contest outscoring Santa Rosa 11-3. John Gilliam (San Bernardino, CA/Upland HS) paced the Panthers scoring seven of Chaffey's 11 points before Santa Rosa responded with a 17-0 run. The Bear Cubs sank five consecutive three-pointers and a got a fastbreak layup from Matthew Hayes (Elk Grove, CA/Pleasant Grove HS) to close the run and jump ahead 20-11 with 3:44 to go in the first. Chaffey missed 14 straight field goals and went scoreless over a 10:28 span. Santa Rosa held a 26-16 advantage at the break. 

In the second, the Panthers put together an 8-0 run to get back in the game. Sophomore Adom Jacko's (Alta Loma, CA/Alta Loma HS) jumper at 12:48 got Chaffey within one at 34-33. Moments later, sophomore Julian Nichols (Upland, CA/Upland HS) tied the game at 35 at the 9:41 mark.

Santa Rosa went on to sink seven straight free throws over the next five minutes to go up 45-41 with 2:14 remaining. Nichols tied up the game one final time for Chaffey as he tip in Gilliam's missed shot with just 39 seconds to go.

On Santa Rosa's ensuing possession, the Bear Cubs ran down the clock before Drewry went in for the uncontested layup as the shot clock expired. Chaffey's desperation in-bounds pass to Adom Jacko was caught in mid-air, but he couldn't get his footing down and turned the ball over as time expired.

Hayes led Santa Rosa with 20 points, while Drewry and Alex Cobre (Santa Rosa, CA/Montgomery HS) both had 10 points.

Glliam closed the game for Chaffey (28-6 overall) with 11 points. Jacko posted a team-high eight rebounds to go with nine points.

2014 CCCAA basketball playoffs logoSTATE CHAMPIONSHIP INFORMATION (3/10/14)
The #2 Southern Region seeded men will take on #1 Northern Region seeded Santa Rosa College Saturday night at 5 pm at Cerritos College. The game will be livestreamed at www.socalcollegesports.com.

Admission prices per CCCAA guidelines
$10 general admission
$8 students, faculty & staff/seniors 60+/ children 12 and under
Season passes are not valid for post-season play.

[men's bracket]

Adom Jacko

PANTHERS HEADED TO FINAL FOUR WITH WIN OVER CERRITOS (3/10/14)
After trailing for most of the first period, the men rallied after the 1/2 to defeat the Cerritos College Falcons 68-66 Saturday night. The win propels the Panthers into the state Final Four as the #2 team from the south.

With 22 points, Adom Jacko was on fire Saturday - shooting 10:16 and hitting more shots than any player on either team. Jacko also managed seven rebounds on the night. John Gilliam and Julian Nichols also hit double digits.

The men head now to Cerritos College to take on #1 North seeded Santa Rosa Saturday night at Cerritos College in the state semifinal game. This is the Panthers second consecutive trip to the championship series.

2014 CCCAA basketball playoffs logoPLAYOFF INFORMATION (3/6/14)
The #4 seeded men will take on #8 Cerritos Saturday night at 7 pm in the Sports Center.

Admission prices per CCCAA guidelines
$10 general admission
$7 students, faculty & staff/seniors 60+
children 12 and under are free

Season passes are not valid for post-season play.

[men's bracket]

John Gilliam PANTHERS DEFEAT PASADENA TO ADVANCE TO ELITE 8 (3/6/14)
The men hosted PCC last night, defeating the Lancers before a packed Sports Center 79-71. [Daily Bulletin story] The team advances to take on Cerritos Saturday at home. #8 Cerritos upset Antelope Valley last night 77-75.

2014 CCCAA basketball playoffs logoPLAYOFF INFORMATION (3/3/14)
The #4 seeded men will take on #12 Pasadena Wednesday night at 7 pm in the Sports Center.

Admission prices per CCCAA guidelines
$10 general admission
$7 students, faculty & staff/seniors 60+
children 12 and under are free

Season passes are not valid for post-season play.

[men's bracket]

Adom Jacko PANTHERS DEFEAT SAN DIEGO TO ADVANCE (3/3/14)
Saturday night, the Sports Center erupted as the Panthers took the lead with 6 minutes on the clock and didn't look back. A series of free throws by Julian Nichols with seconds remaining took the Panthers to a 4-point lead and secured the win for the CHP. Sophomore Adom Jacko, who has scored double digits in 24 of the Panthers' 31 games, led with 21 points. Devyn Sampson added 13 - John Golliam another 12. Godfrey Freeman who hit the court late in the game put 10 points on the board for the men. The Panthers advance to Round 3 of the 2014 CCCAA Playoffs and will host Pasadena City College Wednesday night at 7 pm. #12 PCC upset #5 Saddleback Saturday night 53-49.

2014 CCCAA basketball playoffs logoPLAYOFF INFORMATION (2/27/14)
The #4 seeded men will play at 7:30 Saturday night against San Diego City College who defeated Hancock Wednesday night.

Admission prices per CCCAA guidelines
$10 general admission
$7 students, faculty & staff/seniors 60+
children 12 and under are free

Season passes are not valid for post-season play.

[men's bracket]

FIVE PANTHERS SELECTED ALL-CONFERENCE (2/24/14)
Congratulations to Adom Jacko, John Gilliam, Julian Nichols, Jeff Nibo, and Roderick Evans-Taylor for being named All-Foothill Conference.
PANTHERS TO HOST PLAYOFF GAME SATURDAY (2/24/14)
The #4 seeded Chaffey men will host the winner of the Hancock/San Diego City game Saturday evening at 7:30 to open the 2014 CCCAA playoffs. Admission will be charged per CCCAA guidelines.
Jeff Klein COACH KLEIN GETS 300TH WIN WITH THE PANTHERS (2/24/14)
Congratulations to Head Coach Jeff Klein on his 300th win with the Panthers. Klein has averaged 23 games per season - making him one of the winningest coaches in the state.
Devyn Sampson

PANTHERS CLOSE CONFERENCE SEASON WITH BIG WIN (2/24/14)
The men hosted Barstow College Saturday afternoon in the final 2014 Foothill Conference match-up, defeating the Vikings 75-126. Devyn Sampson led the Panthers with a season high 26 points including six 3s. John Gilliam added 19 - his 20th time hitting double digits this season. Freshman Godfrey Freeman had an impressive 15 points and 6 rebounds in only 15 minutes of play. The men finish the regular season 25-5, 2nd in the Foothill Conference. State playoffs begin this week with the seeding announcement coming later today.

Adom Jacko CHP LOSE CONFERENCE SHOWDOWN TO SBVC (2/20/14)
The men volleyed back and forth all evening with San Bernardino in an agressive battle for the Foothill Conference title but in the end, the Wolverines pulled ahead, defeating Chaffey 68-56. This was unarguably a matchup of two of the best teams in the region. Adom Jacko led the Panthers in scoring with 15 points - his 23rd double digit showing this season. John Gilliam added 12. The Panthers look to bounce back in the win column vs Barstow on Saturday at home and will need a little help from the Rio Hondo Roadrunners to claim a piece of the conference title. Rio Hondo knocked Victor Valley out of the playoffs with an impressive victory on the Rams home court. A RH victory over SBVC and a CHP win will give Chaffey a share of the conference title.
PANTHERS REMAIN #4 IN THE STATE FOR SECOND WEEK (2/17/14)
The men maintained their #4 state spot this week. "No. 4 Chaffey will square off against host San Bernardino, ranked No. 7, for the conference title on Wednesday. Doesn’t get any better than this. Chaffey won their first meeting 71 ‐ 67 back on January 25. For Chaffey, we figure the Panthers are also playing for a top 2 seed in the playoffs – which would mean home court advantage throughout the playoffs."
Roderick Evans-Taylor PANTHERS DEFEAT VVC BY 15 (2/13/14)
The CHP earned their 24th win this season last night - defeating Victor Valley 88-73. The men trailed by 1 at the half but came on strong in the second period defeating the visiting Rams both offensivley and defensivley. Roderick Evans-Taylor had a career high 26 points. John Gilliam also had his 3rd game scoring over 20 points with an impressive 25 points added to the Panther victory. The Foothill Conference championship will be decided next weekend when the two first place teams faceoff at San Bernardino Valley. The Panthers have defeated their eastern rival 5 of the last 6 games including earlier this season 71-67.
PANTHERS MOVE TO #4 IN STATE POLL (2/10/14)
The men bumped up a spot in this week's poll - coming in as the #4 team in the state and #2 in Southern California.
PANTHERS HOLD ONTO FIRST PLACE (2/10/14)
The Panthers captured their 23rd win this season at Rio Hondo Saturday (84-61) to hold onto the top spot in the Foothill Conference. The Panthers outshot the Roadrunners - going 48.5% from the field. John Gilliam has been a model of consistency in conference play with back-to-back 20+ point games and 17 games in double figures. He added 8 rebounds to his season on Saturday. Sophomore Adom Jacko added 15 points to the board; shooting 4:4 from the field and 7:8 on free throws. Roderick Evans-Taylor and Julian Nichold also shot double digits. The men continue conference play against Victor Valley Wednesday. With only three games remaining in the conference season, the CHP control their own destiny and look to add another conference title to their record and a top seed in the state playoffs.
John Gilliam PANTHERS #1 IN FOOTHILL WITH 20 POINT WIN AGAINST DESERT (2/6/14)
The men hold onto their Foothill Conference position this week with another decisive win over Desert last night. This was the team's 22nd win this season (2nd only in the state to San Francisco and Fresno who each have 23). John Gilliam lit up the court with a season high 24 points including four 3s. Jeff Nibo added 19 points - his 16th double digit game and his third time hitting five 3s this season. Sophomore Pape Automane-Seck had a career high 10 rebounds to lead the Panther defense in the 2nd half. The men are on the road for their next three games, beginning with Rio Hondo Saturday.
PANTHERS #5 IN THE STATE - #2 IN SO CAL (2/3/14)
Coach Jeff Klein's Chaffey Hustlin' Panthers are the #5 team in the state again this week! The Panthers enter the 2nd half of conference play as the #2 team in the south and the highest ranking Foothill Conference team.
Jeff Nibo PANTHERS DEFEAT BARSTOW FOR WIN #21 (1/30/14)
Despite only a one point lead at halftime, the Panthers managed an 18 point win over Barstow last night (101-83). With 9 minutes remaining in play, the score was tied 63-63 and the CHP went on a 26-4 run to make the score 89-67 with 4 minutes on the clock. Jeff Nibo led the Panthers with 22 points. Adom Jacko added 21. Roderick Evans Taylor and Andre Wilson had 19 each. The men remain tied with SBVC as the teams begin the second half of the conference season. The men host College of the Desert next Wednesday at 7pm.
PANTHERS MOVE UP TO STATE #5 (1/28/14)
The CHP rebounded this week in the state poll coming in #5 and the highest ranking Foothill Conference team. The men also shot back up to #2 in the south.
Jeff Nibo PANTHERS BEAT SBVC - THREE WAY TIE FOR FOOTHILL FIRST (1/27/14)
The men (20-4, 3-1) defeated San Bernardino Valley at home Saturday 71-67 for their 20th win this season. The CHP led at halftime 26-20 and never relinquished the lead over the Wolverines. Julian Nichols closed out Saturday's game with a free throw at 8 seconds on the clock to take the game to 71-67. Jeff Nibo again led in scoring with 25 points including five 3s. Saturday's win places the Panthers in a 3-way tie for Foothill first place with San Bernardino and Rio Hondo. The men are on the road Wednesday, taking on the Barstow College Vikings. [Daily Bulletin article]
John Gilliam CHP DROP FIRST FOOTHILL CONFERENCE GAME (1/21/14)
The Panthers fell behind 6- 0 in the first 30 seconds of the contest and played catch up the rest of the way. The Victor Valley Rams led 42 – 35 at intermission and the Panthers' biggest deficit was 13 points with seven minutes to go in the game. The Panthers rallied and with 3:30 on the clock a John Gilliam conventional three point play put the CHP up 80-79 for the first time. Next possession a foul on the Panthers put Lawson on the line and he made one of two free throws to tie the game at 80 – 80 with 3:05 to go. From that point on it was all Victor Valley. Gilliam led the Panthers for the second consecutive game with 19 points. The men host San Bernardino Valley this week. The Wolverines are 3-0 in conference, having defeated all three Foothill opponents by 38 points average.
PANTHERS #7 IN THE STATE (1/20/14)
The Panthers remain one of the top 10 teams in the state - coming in at #7 this week, #3 in Southern California.
PANTHERS REMAIN #1 IN SO CA, #2 IN THE STATE (1/13/14)
The men continue to impress the state's pollsters, holding onto the #1 spot in Southern Californa and #2 in the state behind only Fresno City College.
John Gilliam PANTHERS DEFEAT RIO HONDO (1/16/13)
The men hosted Rio Hondo last night, defeating the Roadrunners 75-62. The men opened up a 12 – 2 lead to start the game and never looked back. The Panthers led at halftime 35–25 Panthers. Shawn Benn hit back to back threes to start the second half for the Roadrunners to cut the deficit to four 35-31. That’s the closest Rio Hondo would get. Two free throws by John Gilliam (16 game points) and a three by Devyn Sampson pushed the lead back up to nine,  40–31. The “CHP” held leads between 7–13 points the rest of the game. Jeff Nibo added 16 points to the board. The men are on the road Saturday - headed to Victor Valley (who lead the state in team scoring with 84 ppg.
Jeff Nibo PANTHERS OPEN FOOTHILL SEASON WITH A "W" (1/13/14)
The Panthers opened the 2014 Foothill Conference season Saturday at College of the Desert defeating the Roadrunners 74-41. Jeff Nibo racked up another great game with 20 points including 3-3s. The “CHP” had their best defensive performance of the season holding Desert to under 20% shooting and dominating the glass. The men host Rio Hondo Wednesday night. Rio is also coming off an impressive conference opening win; 88-77 over Barstow.
PANTHERS MOVE TO #1 IN SO CA (1/6/14)
The men have left a trail of defeated opponents all through California - going 17-3 in the pre-conference season. The Panthers are now ranked #1 in Southern Californa and #2 in the state behind only Fresno City College.
Jeff Nibo CHP DEFEAT SOUTHWESTERN - ENTER CONFERENCE SEASON WITH 17 WINS (1/6/13)
The men continues to roll through the pre-conference season, defeating Southwestern at home Saturday 76-61. The winningest team in the state, the Panthers begin the Foothill Conference race 17-3. Saturday, the team was led by Jeff Nibo with 20 points including 3 of the Panthers' eight 3-point shots and eight rebounds. Adom Jacko had his 16th double digit game this season, racking up an impressive 13 and going 5:5 from the free throw line. Roderick Evans-Taylor added 13 for the squad going 6:7 on shooting. The men open the Foothill Conference season Saturday at College of the Desert. The Roadrunners are 2-15 this season.
Adom Jacko PANTHERS 2-1 AT CANYONS (1/2/14)
After a disappointing loss to former Foothill foe Antelope Valley in the first game of the annual Cougar Holiday Classic (58-55), the Panthers rebounded - defeating Mira Costa and Palomar to win the consolation bracket of the tourney. Against AVC, the Panthers led in the first half 24-14 but could not hold back the Marauders who went on to win the tournament. Against Mira Costa, Jeff Nibo led the CHP with 8 rebounds. Sunday, the Panthers continued their charge - defeating Palomar to capture the consolation bracket championship. Adom Jacko wsa named All-Tournament and has had 15 games this season with double digit scoring. The men host Southwestern Saturday afternoon in the final pre-conference game of the season. Southwestern is 5-7 and has not played since mid-December.
Devyn Sampson PANTHERS GET 8TH STRAIGHT WIN (12/19/13)
The men hosted Miramar last night, defeating the Jets 67-53. Roderick Evans-Taylor opened the game with a dunk that set the tone for t game. The men led 26-18 at the half and the second half was all Chaffey including a bucket by Adom Jacko and two threes by Devyn Sampson. Sampson led the Panthers in scoring with 16 points including four 3s. The men have won their last 8 games and are the winningest team in the state with 14 Ws. They take a one week holiday break and resume play Friday December 27th against Antelope Valley in the Cougar Holiday Classic at College of the Canyons.
PANTHERS REMAIN #3/#2 (12/18/13)
Chaffey came within a few points of overtak ing Fresno for the No. .2 spot after an impressive showing at the 16‐team Riverside Holiday Tournament. True, the Panthers played in the softer of the two brackets, bu tthey managed to beat host Riverside by 29 points and then posted a 77‐73 victory in the finals over a good East LA squad. Chaffey has won seven straight games headed into its lone game this week. Chaffey has six players scoring eight points or more but Adom Jacko and Jeff Nibo continue to pace the Panthers.
Adom Jacko PANTHERS DEFEAT RCC AND ELAC TO WIN TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIP (12/16/13)
The Chaffey Hustlin Panthers dominated the court this weekend, defeating both host Riverside and East LA to win the prestigous RCC Holiday Basketball Classic. Freshmen Andre Wilson and Devyn Sampson lit up the court Friday - scoring a combined 33 points and going 3:6 from the 3-point line. Saturday, Adom Jacko scored 22 for the Panthers leading the team to the tournament championship and earning MVP status for the tourney. Julian Nichols was named to the all-tournament team. The men play at home Wednesday night against Miramar in their final home appearance until the beginning of the Foothill race in January.
CHP CLAIM FIFTH STRAIGHT "W" (12/13/13)
The men continue play at the 42nd Annual RCC Holiday Basketball Classic - defeating LA Trade Tech last night 85-74. Three players claimed double-doubles; Jackso (25/11), Nibo (20/14) and Sampson (12/11). The men will take on host Riverside tonight at 7 in the semi-final round. RCC beat palomar 61-59 in overtime to advance.
PANTHERS VICTORIOUS ON DAY ONE OF RCC TOURNEY (12/11/13)
The men are on the road this week participating in the 16-team Riverside Tournament. One Day 1, the Panthers defeated Citrus for the 2nd time in two weeks - 72-61. Roderick Evans-Taylor and Julian Nichols each had 14 points. Adom Jacko followed with 12. The men take on LA Trade Tech Thursday at 5 pm.
John Gilliam CHP WIN FIRST HOME GAME (12/6/13)
The Chaffey Hustlin’ Panthers led 32 – 25 at halftime. This was a meat grinder game. Lots of fouls and lots of free throws. Tough physical defense by both squads. The CHP led from start to finish. LA Harbor closed the lead to two points 50 – 48 with 5:30 remaining. A big three pointer by Devyn Sampson turned a three point game and made it six 60-54 with 1:58 to play. Three Breejae Flonnoy free throws down the stretch iced the game. The Panthers had four players in double figures in tonight’s game John Gilliam 13, Julian Nichols 11, Jeff Nibo 11 and Devyn Sampson with 10. Big men Pape Seck and Tyler Shea played major minutes at the 4 spot tonight. Both collecting numerous rebounds, blocks and charges. Next up for the CHP is local rival Citrus College. The Panthers will play the Owls in the 16 team RCC Tournament starting on Dec 10th at 3:00 PM.

CHP #3 IN THE STATE, #2 IN SOCA (12/3/13)
Yesterday's poll moves the Panthers up 7 spots to #3 in the STATE and #2 in Southern California. Siting the Panthers' huge win over previously undefeated Antelope Valley and last weekend's 30 point defeat of Citrus, the CHP are well on the way to another phenomenal season!

Julian Nichols

PANTHERS GO 2-1 AT CITRUS TOURNAMENT (12/2/13)
The Panthers were on the road last weekend - going 2-1 at the Citrus College Neil Edwards Classic.

DAY 3
#10 Chaffey College (8-2) 78 #3 Citrus College (4-2) 48
In the finale on the weekend, #10 Chaffey College handed Citrus College their worst home lost in at least nine seasons. The Owls shot a putrid 26.5% from the floor, while Chaffey shot 57.7%. John Gilliam had a team high 13 points, while point guard and All-Tournament member Julian Nichols had 8 points, 9 assists and 4 steals.

DAY 2
#10 Chaffey College (7-2) 90 Los Angeles Pierce College (3-5) 61
SoCal #10 Chaffey College avenged yesterdays loss with a big 29 point win over LA Pierce College on Saturday. Chaffey controlled the game from the tip and never look back. The Panthers had five players finish in double figures including leading scorer Jeff Nibo who had 21 points. Julian Nichols meanwhile posted a triple double with 11 points, 11 rebounds, and an astounding 15 assists. Nichols also through in six steals for good measure. Jordan Fuller had 18 points off the bench for the Brahmas.

DAY 1
San Diego City College (2-5) 66 Chaffey College (6-2) 65
In the second game of the day, San Diego City College shocked #10 Chaffey. Martin Thomas’ free-throw with 1 second left was the difference maker in this contest. San Diego’s Christian Jones had a team high 16 points, while Caleb Singleton had 15, hitting five treys. For Chaffey, John Gilliam had a game high 19 points in a losing effort.

Adom Jacko PANTHERS DEFEAT ANTELOPE VALLEY (11/25/13)
The 2013-14 Panthers did what last year's squad couldn't seem to do - defeat the AVC Marauders. The CHP snapped AVC's 6 game winning streak "shooting 64 percent from the field in the second half and turning a close game into a stunning blowout". Adam Jacko scored 10 of his 17 points in the second half Devyn Sampson, led all scorers with 20 points. He hit 5 of 7 three-point attempts, including three in a five-minute stretch that gave the Panthers a 62-55 lead with 8:30 to go in the game. "It feels great for me." Jacko said. "I still have that memory from last year. That memory is real ugly. We lost to them three times and just to come back at their home court and beat them, it feels great." The men compete in the Citrus College Neil Edwards Classic beginning November 29th.
Andre Wilson CHP REBOUNDS TO TAKE FULLERTON 3RD PLACE (11/18/13)
After a tough loss to Saddleback Friday, the CHP rebounded and to take out Palomar and capture the 3rd place position at the Fullerton Tournament. Newcomers Andre Wilson and Julian Nichols led the Panthers in scoring. Returning sophomore Adom Jacko had 9 points, 11 rebounds and 1 assist. The men take on former Foothill Conference foe Antelope Valley Saturday afternoon.
PANTHERS STRUGGLE - FALL TO SADDLEBACK 51-67 (11/16/13)
The men continued play at Fullerton Friday, falling to the Saddleback Gauchos 51-67. Jeff Nibo led the Panthers with 9 points in a game that saw none of our shooters hit double digits. The team continues tournament play against Palomar Saturday.
John Gilliam PANTHERS OPEN FULLERTON TOURNAMENT WITH WIN (11/15/13)
The men are competing in the 30th Annual Fullerton Tournament this weekend - defeating LA Trade Tech 83-71 in game 1 last night. The CHP took an early lead after a series of 3-pointers by John Gilliam, Julian Nichols and Jeff Nibo. The lead fluctuated through the game including the Panthers up by 22 with 5:45 remaining in the first half. Jeff Nibo led the night with 26 points, including 5 threes, and 9 rebs. Gilliam had the game's only double-double with 18 pts, including 3 threes, plus 10 rebs, 4 asts and 3 steals. Jacko just missed a double-double with 17 pts and 9 rebs. Nichols had 7 pts and a game-high 8 asts.
Adom Jacko CHP CHAMPIONS AT DON JOHNSON TOURNAMENT (11/12/13)
The men left Cypress with the Don Johnson Tournament championship Saturday after defeating Compton 82-71 in overtime. The Panthers were down 38 – 32 at halftime. Dilmore Conorque hit 3/3’s and scored 15 points for Compton in the first 20 minutes. The CHP came back strong in the second half and held a lead of 62 – 56 with 7 minutes to play. Compton fought back and was up by 2 points with 24 seconds on the game clock. Devyn Sampson hit a big 3 with 17 seconds left to put Chaffey up by 1. The CHP played great defense on the last possession and Sylvester Thomas missed a contested 15 footer to end the game…..so we thought. The third Ref away from the ball called John Gilliam for holding on the perimeter and awarded Compton’s best player Dilmore Conorque 2 free throws with 0.8 on the clock. Chaffey called two timeouts to freeze the shooter and it worked. Dilmore missed the first and hit the second sending the game into overtime. The CHP dominated the extra period out scoring Compton 13 – 2 to win the Don Johnson / Cypress Tournament. Sophomore Adom Jackso was named tournament MVP. Next up for the team - the Fullerton Tournament where they are slated to take on LA Trade Tech Thursday at 5:30.
Jeff Nibo PANTHERS DEFEAT SAN DIEGO MESA (11/9/13)
The Chaffey Hustlin’ Panthers put in a workman like effort at the Don Johnson / Cypress Tournament. The Panthers opened up a 43 – 34 lead at the half. Jeff Nibo had 11 pts and freshman Andre Wilson came off the bench to hit 3/3’s and tally 13 pts before intermission. The second half was all the “CHP” . The Panthers biggest lead came at the 9 minute mark up 75-50. Nibo finished the game with 20 points including 2 3s and 6:7 from the free throw line.
PANTHERS OPEN SEASON WITH WIN OVER WEST LA (11/8/13)
The Chaffey Hustlin’ Panthers led 32 – 28 at intermission. The Panthers biggest lead was 24 to 10 in the first half. West LA made 12 – 14 free throws in the first half compared to the CHP shooting only 2-6 from the line. The second half the CHP turn things around and went 16 – 21 from the charity strip compared to West LA’s 6 -12. That aggressiveness was the difference in the game. The Panthers had a huge size advantage with 6’10 Pape Seck, 6’8 Adom Jacko, 6’8 Tyler Shea, 6’6 Dashun Hardrick and high energy 6’3 Godfrey Freeman crashing the boards. Jacko and Devyn Sampson led the Panthers in scoring with 15 points each. The men continue tournament play today - taking on San Diego Mesa at 3:30.

BASKETBALL PRESEASON POLLS (11/7/13)
The state and regional basketball polls were released today. Both teams were ranked #10 in the south. The men open the season today at the Don Johnson Classic at Cypress. The ladies host Long Beach on Saturday.



   


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