Quincy Brewer concluded 2015 with victory No. 200 as the head coach of the San Bernardino Valley men’s basketball program, following the 71-66 win over LA Harbor in the Imperial Valley Tournament Championship Game on Dec. 30.
Brewer has been the coach of the program for seven and a half years.
The team has won its last eight games and sit at 19-2 overall as of Jan. 2, 2016.
The Wolverines are scheduled to begin Foothill Conference play on Jan. 9 at home against Victor Valley College.
Men’s BasketballSAN BERNARDINO VALLEY 63, SADDLEBACK 60 >> Brandon Jolley scored 20 points and had nine rebounds for the Wolverines (8-0) in the Palomar Tournament semifinal victory over the Gauchos (7-1). Robert Lewis contributed to the Wolverines with 14 points while Perris Hicks added 10 points and eight assists. SBVC will play in the tournament championship game at 5 p.m. today.
REDLANDS 73, PACIFIC 58 >> Wyatt Pannabecker and Reed Hopkins scored 13 points apiece for the Bulldogs (2-1) in the non-conference victory against the Boxers. Joey Sponheim added 11 points with five rebounds and four assists against the Boxers. Redlands will play at 2 p.m. today against Linfield College.
AUSTIN 62, REDLANDS 61 >> Jade Cheledlin scored 15 points and had three rebounds for the Bulldogs (2-3) in the UC Santa Cruz Thanksgiving Classic loss to the Kangaroos. Redlands will play at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday against Biola.
CAL STATE SAN BERNARDINO 70, DOMINICAN 68 >> Chelsea Austin had 16 points and 10 rebounds for the Coyotes (3-1) in the UC San Diego Tritons Invitational victory over the Penguins. Adriana Brodie and Brianna Harden each contributed with 11 points for the Coyotes. CS San Bernardino will play at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday against Cal State East Bay in CCAA play.
PUGET SOUND 76, CLAREMONT-MUDD-SCRIPPS 67 >> Alyson Young scored 19 points and had eight rebounds for the Athenas (4-1) in the David Wells Classic loss to the Loggers. Jai Dungca contributed with 16 points in the loss. CMS will play at 2 p.m. Saturday against Westmont.
Sophomore forward Kyle Benton of San Bernardino Valley College has signed a letter of intent with North Carolina Central.
Benton averaged 13.4 points and a team-high 7.6 rebounds, earning first-team All-Foothill Conference honors in helping the Wolverines to a conference title.
Benton, a graduate of St. Anthony High School in Long Beach, had a season best of 27 against Pasadena in a non-conference contest.
North Carolina Central University is located in Durham, N.C. It went 25-8 and 16-0 in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference.