Story by Jacob Palmer/Photo by Eric Sun
— The City College of San Francisco football team is off to an uncharacteristically rough start to the season. After losing to Laney College in their first game of the season, the Rams fell to Siskiyous — 20-14 — to fall to 0-2 over the weekend. Running back Isaiah Floyd was a bright spot for CCSF in the overtime loss, running for 193 yards and a touchdown on 30 carries. In OT, the City College defense allowed a 27-yard touchdown pass and its offense couldn’t answer when it took possession.
— The CCSF volleyball team also had a rough week. The Rams won two of their six matches last week. They beat Napa Valley and Taft in the Golden Gate Classic and Delta College Classic, respectively. City College is 4-4 and will host the Rams Classic, which begins Thursday.
— The Rams men’s soccer team improved to 1-0-1 over the weekend, beating Lassen and tying American River. Ramzi Agoune scored the former game’s only goal, leading to a 1-0 victory. In the tie, Agoune assisted Alejandro Sorto’s strike at the five-minute mark.