No.1 ranked Rams win 27th straight game

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Overcoming a rougher first half than the team anticipated, City College was able to win their opening California Community College Athletic Association regional playoff game against San Joaquin Delta College by a comfortable 74-46 margin.

More than a game

City College of San Francisco Rams defensive specialist Karen Yip (17) reacts after the Rams score a point during a women’s volleyball game against the San Jose City College Gladiators on Ocean campus Oct. 16, 2013.. Photo by Santiago Mejia/The Guardsman

On the volleyball court Karen Yip is the most animated player on the City College team. The redshirt sophomore is always quick to encourage her teammates, making sure everyone is in the right positions. After she scores or makes a nice play Karen has the most lively celebrations on the court.

Rams suffer tight loss versus rival San Mateo

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Playing at San Mateo’s home field, with its sweeping views of the San Francisco Bay, City College had to deal with the undefeated Bulldogs’ relentless defensive pressure. At the same time, the Rams committed some costly mistakes they were unable to recover from.

Rams’ quarterback Turner Baty got no relief from San Mateo’s tenacious defense, and was sacked six times.