Men's Athletes of the Week

 Palomar golfer Cannon picked as Men's Athlete of Week


FEB. 9, 2016 - Palomar College golfer Kelly Cannon has been selected as Pacific Coast Athletic Conference Men's Athlete of the Week for Feb. 1-7.

PCAC 2015-16 MEN'S ATHLETES OF THE WEEK
Feb 8 Kelly Cannon, Palomar Golf
Feb 1 Cody Hicks, MiraCosta
Stefan Zivkovic, SD Miramar
Basketball
Basketball
Jan 25 Deven Riley, Palomar Basketball
Jan 18 Marlon Cort, Southwestern Basketball
Jan 11 Devin Fleming, Mt. San Jacinto Basketball
Jan 4 Matt Duniphan, Palomar Basketball
Dec 22 Roosevelt Adams, Mt. San Jacinto Basketball
Dec 14 Seville Hayes, Palomar
Javan Perry, San Diego Miramar
Wrestling
Basketball
Dec 7 Tre Nottingham, Mt. San Jacinto
Remy Lawyer, Grossmont
Basketball
Basketball
Dec 1 Leonard Allen, San Diego City
Gamaun Boykin, Southwestern
Basketball
Basketball
Nov 18 Daviante Sayles, Palomar
Mauricio Amerzcua, Cuyamaca
Football
Soccer
Nov 9 Buddah Boyd, MiraCosta
Devin O'Donnell, San Diego Mesa
Basketball
Water Polo
Nov 2 Oscar Soto, Cuyamaca
Davion Fuller, San Diego Mesa
Cross Country
Football
Oct 26 Alex Graves, Palomar
Francisco Contreras, SD City
Wrestling
Soccer
Oct 19 Jake Newton, Mt. San Jacinto Football
Oct 12 Cameron Woldt, San Diego Mesa
Ryan Daniels, San Diego Mesa
Water Polo
Soccer
Oct 5 Austin Early, Palomar
Nick Galatis, Grossmont
Football
Football
Sept 28 Carlos Dominguez, MiraCosta
Abner Alatorre, Cuyamaca
Soccer
Soccer
Sept 21 Alejandro Camacho, Southwesterrn Soccer
Sept 14 Tate Graham, Cuyamaca Cross Country
Sept 7 Sergio Bailey, Grossmont
Sam Tapia, Palomar
Football
Football

Cannon, a sophomore from Escondido High School, shot a hole-in-one on the 207-yard, Par 3 ninth hole at Los Serranos Golf Club in Chino Hills on the second day of the season-opening Tee-Off Classic.

With back-to-back low rounds for the Palomar team, Cannon led the Comets to a third-place finish out of 13 teams in the tournament, which included many of the best teams in Southern California.

Honorable mention for the week went to San Diego City College basketball player Alex Wilbourn, Palomar basketball player Ryan Schaefer, Imperial Valley basketball player Zakie Johnson and Imperial Valley baseball player Gilbert Cano.

Wilbourn, a 6-foot-11 freshman forward/center from Mission Bay High School, led the PCAC South Division first-place Knights to a 93-68 victory over second-place Southwestern with 16 points and 11 rebounds.

Schaefer, a 6-foot-0 sophomore guard out of Temecula Valley High School, played a key role as the Comets held off upset-minded Imperial Valley in a cross-division game 62-58. Two nights later, he came back with 14 points and 10 assists as Palomar took over second place in the North Division by beating rival MiraCosta 86-82.

Johnson, a 5-foot-7 freshman guard from Westwind Prep in Chicago, scored 22 points and also contributed three steals and three assists for IVC against Palomar.

Cano, a freshman pitcher/first baseman from Southwest High School in El Centro, threw a 10-inning complete game in the first game of a doubleheader as the Arabs defeated Antelope Valley 3-2.

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