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.
Four players finished in double figures as host Riverside Community College edged the Riverside All-Stars 82-80 in first round play at the 38th annual Wells Fargo Holiday Classic Tuesday night. That game was the last of four on the day.
Other winners were Fullerton, Mt. San Jacinto and East Los Angeles. The host Tigers (8-2) advance to play East Los Angeles in the 7 p.m. game Thursday night.
RCC was led by Keiran Nunley who tallied 13 points, eight rebounds and three steals. Anthony Dandy and Anthony Scott contributed 12 each with Dandy, a San Gorgonio High School graduate, also collecting five rebounds, two assists and two steals.
Cajon product James Simmons aided the cause with six assists and three steals.
Treno Butler headed the effort of the all-star team with 20 points. Brian Hooks added 15 with five rebounds and four assists.
The tournament continues today with Long Beach City playing Saddleback at 1 p.m., College of the Desert squaring off with unbeaten Citrus at 3 p.m., Los Angeles Pierce looking for its first win against San Diego City at 5 p.m. and Compton playing Antelope Valley at 7 p.m.