Records Fall as Wolverines Drop Santa Ana

Records Fall as Wolverines Drop Santa Ana

After a 2018 season that saw the San Bernardino Valley College football team rewrite the record books, the 2019 team picked up right where the 2018 left off.

Quarterback Jeremy Moussa completed 38 passes for 636 yards and seven touchdowns as the Wolverines beat the Dons 80-48 Saturday night at SBVC Stadium.

Moussa (Eastvale Roosevelt) threw passes to 10 different players, with six different receivers scoring touchdowns. The 636 yards surpassed the school record for passing yards in a game, previously set at 495 yards in 1991 by Richard Robles. Moussa's seven touchdown passes also ties Armando Herrera for most in a single game, which Herrera completed twice in 2018. And the 38 completions also set a new mark, besting Jamie Sander's 1994 mark of 33.

But it wasn't just the Jeremy Moussa show Saturday night. Running back Darrell Turner Jr. scored three times, gaining 106 yards on eight carries on the night. In all, the Wolverines ran 90 plays, gaining 792 yards - itself another record, besting the 1991 team's mark of 673 set against East Los Angeles College.

Things were far from perfect for the Wolverines on the night. The defense allowed Santa Ana to gain 448 yards on the night, allowing the 48 points. And SBVC had troubles keeping flags off the field in the game, committing 25 penalties for 320 yards.

The Wolverines will be back in action Sept. 14 at home against Santa Barbara City College.


Single Game Records Set:

Most Completions: Jeremy Moussa, 38

Most Yards: Jeremy Moussa, 636 yards

Most Touchdown Passes: 7 (tied)

Most PAT Kicks: Ben Falck, 11 (Previous record, 9)

Team total yards: 792

Team first downs: 36 (Previous record, 31)

Team most pass attempts: 68 (Moussa 65, Schmucher 3. Previous record 63)

Team most pass yards: 670 (Moussa 636, Schmucher 34. Previous record 548)

Most points (both teams): 128 (Previous record 116 in 1930)

Team most points (Modern): 80 (Second all-time. SBVC beat Indio Fire Dept. 116-0 in 1930; Previous modern record 72, set in 2018)