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Skyline jumped out to a 10-point lead after one quarter, but saw CSM come roaring back in the second. The Trojans regained control in the third and pulled away in the second half for 69-56 win.

The Bulldogs have played only five games through the first two months of the season, but there is an added degree of difficulty of having played all on the road to open the 2018-19 campaign. CSM was scheduled to play its first home game by hosting No. 6 Merced. But that game was initially postponed and then canceled because of the air quality issues that plagued the Bay Area last month.

This year, CSM was proud to induct 19 women and men, who have distinguished themselves either as CSM athletes or later in their careers, into the Sports Hall of Fame at a banquet held on February 9.

Regardless of what happens in Super Bowl LII, there’s a celebration awaiting Julian Edelman of the New England Patriots. The longtime slot receiver will be inducted into the College of San Mateo Hall of Fame on Feb. 9. Edelman is scheduled to attend the event as part of an 18-member class that also includes Giants broadcaster Jon Miller.

After trailing by 5 near the end of the third quarter, the Skyline women’s basketball team (7-4 in Coast North, 15-11 overall) went on a 16-point run to upend its rival Bulldogs 77-58 Wednesday night at CSM. With the win, the Trojans clinch third place in the Coast Conference North, and are now all but assured of garnering an at-large big to their third consecutive Northern California postseason bracket.

After losing their first-round game in overtime at the De Anza tournament last week, and following that with two other games decided by four points or less, it was only appropriate that the Bulldogs would need overtime to beat visiting Ohlone-Fremont 65-60 in the Coast Conference opener for both squads.

With College of San Mateo women’s basketball opening its season Friday at home against Hartnell College-Salinas with a 6 p.m. tip-off, head coach Michelle Warner is gunning to return the Lady Bulldogs to the postseason for the first time since 2011-12.

Until last week when I lauded the College of San Mateo women’s basketball team for avoiding the injury bug early in the season. The day my column appeared last week, guard Megan Pham injured her hand in practice and will be out a week.

The Lady Bulldogs made quite a case over the weekend to vault their way up the Northern California Top 15 by sweeping through the Tom Martinez Invitational Women’s Basketball Tournament.

The College of San Mateo women’s basketball team finds itself in a somewhat unfamiliar place this weekend — its home court. Since beating Cabrillo 77-53 Nov. 7 in their home debut, the Bulldogs have played their last six games on the road.