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College of San Mateo, ranked No. 3 in the state, clinched the 2022 title with Friday night’s 3-0 sweep at Ohlone College in Fremont. That boosted the Bulldogs perfect league record to 9-0 with just one match remaining.

The College of San Mateo Bulldogs are Bay 6 Conference champions — a co-championship honor they will share with Laney College.

While unbeaten and unanimous No. 1 Riverside City College improved to 9-0 with a win over previous No. 5 Cerritos, the College of San Mateo continues to lead the way in Northern California.

Bulldogs quarterback Richie Watts was 16-of-18 passing for 269 yards and threw six touchdowns, as College of San Mateo traveled to Stockton to take down San Joaquin Delta for a 44-0 victory.

No. 4 College of San Mateo (7-1) has Northern California’s best overall National record but is in a 4-way Bay 6 League deadlock at 2-1 with No. 7 Laney (6-2), No. 12 San Francisco (5-3), and No. 13 Diablo Valley (5-3). DVC is at Laney Friday night. CSM closes at CCSF Nov. 12.

The College of San Mateo Bulldogs were coming off their first stumble of the season, a disheartening loss to Diablo Valley that saw a potential game-winning field goal miss wide in the closing seconds. But the Bulldogs — in their final regular-season home game of 2022 — bounced back big time, rallying for their highest point total of the year Saturday at College Heights Stadium with a 63-7 lambasting of Chabot.

It seems like every week College of San Mateo head football coach Tim Tulloch evokes the name of defensive coordinator Hansen Sekona.

Northern California’s top community college football team, College of San Mateo (5-0), has its sights on new winning streaks as Bay 6 Conference play gets underway Saturday with No. 8 Laney-Oakland (4-1) visiting the No. 2 Bulldogs at 1 pm.

CSM (5-0) wrapped up its challenging non-conference schedule Saturday at College Heights Stadium with a 28-21 victory over Butte College. The ’Dogs have a bye this week before Bay 6 Conference play opens Saturday, Oct. 15, at home against Laney College at 1 p.m.

College of San Mateo Football (3-0) moved up to No. 2, as the top team in Northern California. College of San Mateo Volleyball, ranked No. 6 in the state, won a pair of matches last week to improve to 7-3 on the season.