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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.

To continue terrorizing pitchers at the next level, Angelo Bortolin simply needed to drive one exit up Highway 92. The freshman slugger at College of San Mateo nearly led the state in RBI during the regular season, but the 19-year-old doesn’t mind finishing as the runner-up.

The most prolific women’s swimmer in College of San Mateo history added to her legacy as sophomore Erica Vong topped the podium five times Saturday at the Coast Conference Swim Finals at Ohlone College-Fremont.

The race to the top of the J.C. softball standings in the Coast North featured a tug-of-war between College of San Mateo, Foothill College and Ohlone College.

CSM (14-1 in Coast Golden Gate, 29-5 overall) continued to play like a team on a mission Saturday at Bulldog Stadium, claiming their 10th straight victory with an 11-2 rout of visiting De Anza.

The Bulldogs picked up their 10th straight with an 11-2 victory over De Anza Saturday at Bulldog Stadium in Jared Milch’s first start in three weeks. The freshman left-hander out of Terra Nova got the win streak rolling in his previous start March 25 against City College of San Francisco, firing seven innings of two-hit ball to pick up the win in a 9-0 victory.

In his third season playing for Dodgers Triple-A affiliate Oklahoma City, O’Koyea Dickson is off to as hot a start as anyone in affiliated Minor League Baseball. Through OKC’s first three games, Dickson is 10 for 14 with three home runs. His 10 hits currently pace not just the Pacific Coast League, but all the minor leagues.