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Making the first start of his collegiate career, the freshman quarterback racked up 347 total yards to lead the No. 6-ranked College of San Mateo Bulldogs to a 51-12 rout of No.2 Butte College Saturday at College Heights Stadium. The win is CSM’s fourth straight to start the season.

The No. 7-ranked Bulldogs (3-0 overall) shut down Fresno City College’s final three possessions to hold on for a 21-19 victory Saturday at Ratcliffe Stadium. With the win, CSM is off to a 3-0 start for the second time in three years.

College of San Mateo caught two big breaks in the fourth quarter Saturday to escape from Sierra College with a 37-36 win in Week 2 of the community college football season.

While temperatures for the 2017 community college football opener in San Mateo surpassed 100 degrees, the College of San Mateo Bulldogs were keen to rebrand the overbearing weather with a ’Dog day of their own. And boy did the ’Dogs start in style.

With Thursday’s first official scrimmage in the books though — an afternoon matchup with Laney College at College Heights Stadium — it is clear CSM has its sights set on being the big-play Bulldogs.

College of San Mateo Jack Phillips claimed the community college state championship in the men’s high jump. And he put himself in the Bulldogs history books doing it.

College of San Mateo is the only community college team in California to reach the state softball tournament in each of the past five seasons.

After missing out on a the regular-season Coast Conference North championship for the first time since 2011, the College of San Mateo softball team settled the score with conference champion Foothill, claiming a 4-1 win over the Hawks.

A stunning doubleheader sweep of College of San Mateo — the No. 1 ranked team in Northern California — ended the Bulldogs’ season Saturday. No. 17 Los Medanos (27-16 overall) rebounded from Friday’s 18-0 walloping at the hands of CSM to score back-to-back victories of 3-1 and 5-4 Saturday at Bulldog Stadium, helped by five CSM errors on the day, to win the best-of-three series.

Last year, Erica Vong etched her name in College of San Mateo lore as the school’s first state champion in women’s swimming. This year, she was honored as the top swimmer in the state and proved CSM’s greatest women’s swimmer of all time.