The Rams jumped out to an early lead and never relinquished it. After leading 24 -10 at the half, the College of Sequoias Giants were on a mission to derail the Rams in the second to capture the Golden State Bowl title.
It was a rough start of the season for the Rams, who lost 18-13 to Laney across the Bay in Oakland. But at the season’s end on the noon of Dec. 3, they will have a chance to avenge that loss in the San Francisco Community College Bowl.
As a long season of triumphs and defeats came to an end, two division rivals shared one common goal on Nov. 12: Leave Comet Stadium with a win.
Powered by strong offensive drives led by quarterback Lavell McCullers, the Rams pulverized the Diablo Valley Vikings 49-7 on Friday, Oct. 14.
Star quarterback Lavell McCullers stole the show against the American River Beavers with a passing onslaught to lead the Rams to victory on Saturday, Sept. 17. With a final score of 51- 36, City College improved to 2-1 on the young season.
City College’s title defense got off to a rough start Friday night in Oakland. Losing 18-13 to Laney College in their season opener, the Rams suffered an early-season blow in their effort to repeat as state and national champions.
Rams quarterback Turner Baty had an incredible ride last season. The MVP of the state title game, Baty is now committed to play next season at Kansas.
Caleb Holley had a career-high four touchdowns and 126 yards receiving in CC’s semifinals win.