Baseball

  • Chabot wrestler wins state title
    December 10, 2018
    Chabot College sophomore Anthony Cress won a second straight California Community College Athletic Association State Wrestling championship, defeating Brian Horn of Sacramento City 6-3 in the 197-pound final Dec. 8 in Norwalk.
  • Feature on Chabot wrestler Cress
    December 05, 2018
    Chabot College sophomore Anthony Cress has a chance to accomplish a rare feat at the CCCAA State Championships at Cerritos College in Norwalk this week.
  • CHABOT WRESTLING ROUTS SKYLINE
    November 08, 2018
    The Gladiators flexed their muscles against an East Bay rival with a 42-18 win over Skyline. Impressively, Chabot was victorious in all but one of the contested matches.
  • CHABOT WRESTLING FINISHES SECOND IN MODESTO TOURNEY
    October 08, 2018
    The excellent season continues for the Chabot College wrestling team,
  • CHABOT FINISHES SEVENTH AT WEST HILLS TOURNEY
    September 24, 2018
    Led by three placers, the Chabot wrestling team took seventh place in the 18-team West Hills College tournament on Sept. 22 in Lemoore.
  • CHABOT TAKES THIRD IN KLS AIR EXPRESS WRESTLING; CRESS WINS SHOWDOWN
    September 17, 2018
    Paced by Anthony (AJ) Cress who won a showdown against fellow state champion Adrian Godinez of Bakersfield, the impressive Chabot men's wrestling team took third place in the KLS Air Express Wrestling Tournament at Sacramento City on Sept. 15.
  • GLADIATORS SWEEP DOUBLE DUAL
    September 10, 2018
    Chabot swept a Double Dual meet with tight victories over San Joaquin Delta, 27-24, and Shasta, 25-21, on Sept. 7.
  • CHABOT WRESTLING POISED FOR SUCCESS
    August 27, 2018
    Led by reigning CCCAA state 174-pound champion Anthony "AJ" Cress, the Chabot wrestling team, guided by veteran coach Steve Siroy, is aiming for a very strong season.
  • Chabot College legend Ed Galigher
    April 06, 2018
    Chabot College legend Ed Galigher was a standout heavyweight wrestler and defensive lineman with the Gladiators in 1968-69, but his baseball power was largely untapped.