SBVC’s Kendrick Dorn commits to Georgia State

San Bernardino Valley College sophomore running back Kendrick Dorn has made a verbal commitment to Georgia State.

The 6-foot-1, 210-pound standout visited the school Thanksgiving week. He also had offers from Division I schools Idaho, Hawaii, New Mexico and Sacramento State. but didn’t seed the need to visit those.

“I loved the people and the coaching staff,” he said. “It felt just like a family.”

Dorn, a graduate of Los Osos High School, rushed for 1,088 yards and 15 touchdowns. He ranked second in the American Division Mountain Conference in yards per game (108.8) and was first in touchdowns (15). He had eight games of 100 or more yards with a high of 163 against. Mt. San Jacinto.

Dorn said the chance to play right away was also inviting.

“They’re going into the spring with just one other running back and it’s a guy they had to move from corner,” he said. “I definitely think I’ll get a chance to play. I felt I’d have more of a chance right away there than I did at some of the other places.”

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Three local JC soccer players earn All-American honors

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Three local community college soccer standouts have earned All-American honors.

The Chaffey College men’s team is represented by sophomore midfielder Bryan Guzman (Eisenhower HS) and sophomore forward Peter Fregoso (Roosevelt). both of whom were named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America second team in the Division III junior colleges division.

Each player totaled 13 goals with Guzman, the Foothill Conference Player of the Year, also dishing out nine assists for the Panthers (17-3-3).

On the women’s side, freshman midfielder Amy Rosales (Rialto) of San Bernardino Valley College also earned a second-team nod. She helped the Wolverines (15-2-6) to a Foothill Conference title with four goals and five assists.

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Callison led San Bernardino Valley to victory over Antelope Valley

San Bernardino Valley vs. Antelope Valley (Photo by James H. Williams)

RIVERSIDE >> Charles Callison and the San Bernardino Valley Wolverines defeated the Antelope Valley Marauders, 64-57, to advance into the second round of the Riverside City College Holiday Tournament.

Callison scored 17 points and had three rebounds for the Wolverines, while teammate Todd Lewis contributed with 12 points and seven rebounds.

“We really persevered from adversity tonight,” said SBVC coach Quincy Brewer. “We made some poor choices on offense and that is something we just don’t do.”

Brewer also mentioned that the Marauders style of play bother the Wolverines’ defense early in the game.

“Their defense was bothering us at first,” Brewer explained. “They were very quick and athletic.”

Callison managed work around the defense scoring eight of his ten points in the final two minutes of the first half.

The Wolverines defense was tested by the Marauders offensive attack that attempted 28 three point attempts.

Tim Gilmore scored 14 points and made four of his eight attempted shots from the three point line for the Marauders. Adrian Francis contributed with 11 points and was 3-for-8 from the three point line.

Lawrence White scored 12 of his 15 total points during the second half for the Marauders.

White hit a three point shot for the Marauders with 38 seconds left in the second half to bring the game within two points of the Wolverines but could not pull ahead for the win.

The Wolverines will play Fullerton College at 3 p.m. Thursday in the RCC Wheelock Gym.

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