A 69-54 loss to the Antelope Valley Marauders put an end the Cerritos College men's basketball season as turnovers were a big factor last Wednesday.
Success for the Cerritos College men's basketball team as it completed its season on a high note, defeating LA Southwest College, 80-72.
The Cerritos College men's basketball team took down Los Angeles Harbor College 62-51 at The Aviary Wednesday night, clinching a share of the division title.
The men’s basketball team will go up against a familiar foe when it plays the Antelope Valley College Marauders in the first round of the Southern California Regionals at 7 p.m.
As the final three South Coast Conference games approach for the Cerritos College men's basketball team, it looks to end the season strong after dropping two of its last three games
Men's basketball is no longer undefeated in its conference following a 80-66 loss to Mt. Sac on Friday night.
After spending two seasons playing home games on different sites, the Falcons finally got to return to Cerritos College Friday night to host a home game on their own turf.
“We are at that point where it doesn't matter who we play, we feel we can compete with anyone,” Anthony Holliday said.
The Cerritos College Gymnasium is in its final stages of construction with a projected completion date expected for late next week.
The dynamic duo of power forward Marquise Washington and guard Andrew Torres executed a specially designed play in the final seconds of the game to defeat the Glendale College Vaqueros 71-70 in overtime, bringing the Cerritos College Falcons men’s basketball team to .500 after eight games.
Glendale College is where basketball head coach Russ May and company plan to keep the win streak alive this week after the Cerritos College Falcons won three straight games to claim the championship in the Grossmont Tournament.
In order to defeat the Grossmont Griffins on Nov. 30, the Cerritos College Falcons men's basketball team will have to make a few adjustments in practice after losing their fourth straight game to begin the 2012 season.
The debut of Cerritos College Falcons guard Anthony Holliday was spoiled on Nov. 15 as the Cuyamaca College Coyotes of El Cajon, Calif. reigned victorious, 88-76.
With 1.5 seconds left in the game, a long inbound pass to the highly defended point guard Manny Garcia, could not be converted into the winning basket for the Cerritos College Falcons men's basketball team in a 72-71 loss to the Santa Monica College Corsairs last night at Biola University.
Anthony Holliday and company prepare for the season opener of the men’s basketball season against Santa Monica College on Friday at Biola University.