FOOTBALL: Chaffey tops SBVC 33-20 for American Championship

The Chaffey Panthers held off the San Bernardino Valley College Wolverines, 33-20, to win the American Championship Bowl.  Chaffey led 13-0 at halftime, but the Wolverines battled back with 20 second half points, led by 296 passing yards from quarterback David Schmucker.

The Wolverines played without quarterback Jeremy Moussa who suffered a broken ankle in SBVC’s regular season home finale against Victor Valley.

Chaffey finishes the year a perfect 10-0, while Valley ends at 9-2.

Watch the entire game on IEMG-TV:

FOOTBALL: CIF-SS Semifinal Schedule

DIVISION 1:

Bosco @ Centennial

 

Division 5:

Aquinas @ Glendora

 

Division 6:

San Jacinto @ La Serna

 

Division 7:

West Ranch vs. Temecula Valley

 

Division 11:

Muir vs. Linfield Christian

Marina vs. Hemet

 

Division 12:

Adelanto vs. Orange Vista

Jurupa Hills vs. El Monte

 

Division 13:

Alhambra vs. Ramona

 

Division 14:

St. Pius vs. Vista del Lago

FOOTBALL: SBVC victorious vs. Victor Valley 50-12

The San Bernardino Valley College football team beat Victor Valley 50-12 in the Wolverines final regular season home game, but lost starting quarterback Jeremy Moussa to an injury in the third quarter.

SBVC (8-1) will wrap up American Mountain play at College of the Desert on Saturday November 16 with a chance to win the outright division title for the second year in a row.

 

VOLLEYBALL: Citrus Valley seeking perfect season in the CBL

The Citrus Valley volleyball team went the distance with Cajon, but defeated the Cowgirls 15-8 in the decisive set to remain undefeated (9-0) in the Citrus Belt League. The Blackhawks will face rival, and second place, Redlands East Valley on Wednesday as they wrap-up an outright CBL title.

Check out some highlights of Citrus Valley’s five-set thriller vs. Cajon on the IEMG Sports Weekly recap:

FOOTBALL: SBVC wins opener by scoring 80 points vs. Santa Ana

The San Bernardino Valley College Wolverines posted 80 points to win their season opener vs. Santa Ana 80-48. Former Roosevelt HS quarterback Jeremy Moussa threw for 636 yards and 7 touchdowns in the win. The 80 points in a single game is a modern day record for SBVC. Back in 1930, SBVC scored 116 points vs. the Indio Fire Department.

Watch the game on IEMG:

FOOTBALL: Cajon Spring Game on IEMG-TV

The Cajon football team wrapped up their spring practices with the Spring Game as we got our first look at the Cowboys in 2019. Head Coach Nick Rogers talks about the team’s top players, replacing quarterback Jayden Daniels, and trying to reach a third straight CIF Southern Section championship game.