2015-2016 SEASON RECAP
The Roadrunners experienced another outstanding year that saw them in non-conference win the Las Positas Tournament Championship in November and fall short in the championship game of the prestigious San Joaquin Delta Tournament 82-84 against eventual “2016 state champion” City College of San Francisco. In conference play, the Runners again competed for the Golden Valley Conference title finishing second with a 7-3 record and secure another spot in the state tournament where they lost a highly competitive home game to Santa Rosa Community College. When the dust had settled the Roadrunners overall record was 18-10 against tough opponents and in the past three years have won 2 league titles and amassed an overall three-year league record of 26-4.
While this year produced many superlative team efforts several individuals had solid and consistent performances that earned them strong recognition. Two of the Roadrunners, Michael Shoemaker 6’7” (leading scorer and rebounder) and Josiah Wood 6’5” (second leading scorer) were rewarded for their stellar play and named to the GVC All-Conference Team. In addition, Trey Foster 6’0” point guard was named to the Honorable Mention All GVC team and Danny Lewis 6’0” was named to the GVC All-Conference Defensive Team.
Moving on to the next level for the Roadrunners to continue their student-athlete careers are Michael Shoemaker to the University of California at San Diego and Cameron Moore 6’7” to Pacific University in Oregon.
Next season the Roadrunners return an outstanding contingent of players who will be joined by another strong recruiting class that will strive to return to the top of the Golden Valley Conference and play once more for the “state championship”.