SBVC had two shots left, though. It worked the ball to the 17, only to have Ramos misfire on a 34-yard attempt. Then the Wolverines got the ball back for the last time with 1:54 to go. SBVC marched from its 39 to the Eagles’ 26 where it faced a fourth-and-10 with 50 seconds left. But wide receiver Brandon Butler slipped as he went to make his cut, and couldn’t come up with an on-target pass by Rising. So now the Wolverines will be playing out the string without any hope of advancing to the playoffs. All are looking forward to a better effort next week against winless Antelope Valley. “It’s a matter of pride,” linebacker Mike Preciado said. “You have to have respect for yourself and respect for your teammates. A lot of us here came out of winning programs and we want to be part of turning things around here.” SBVC held the Eagles to 64 yards on the ground, although they nickel-and-dimed the Wolverines for 218 yards through the air. The Wolverines have also lost Foothill games to Grossmont (20-17) and San Diego Mesa (28-25). The other loss was the season opener to non-conference foe East Los Angeles. “It’s frustrating for all of us,” Meech said. “We just have to do a better job, from the coaching staff on down.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! SAN BERNARDINO – It was the same old story for the San Bernardino Valley College football team. Enough defense. Not enough offense when it mattered. This time it was Mt. San Jacinto with a 14-10 win Saturday afternoon in Foothill Conference play. It was the fourth loss for the Wolverines (2-4, 1-3), the last three of which have come by a total of 10 points. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week The Wolverines had advanced into the red zone three times in the half, but also failed on a fourth-and-1 and had a Ramos 37-yarder go wide left. Early in the fourth quarter, Mt. San Jacinto (5-1, 3-1) had a 34-yard field goal attempt by Michael Pullen bounce off the right upright. Moments later SBVC gained good field position, thanks to a 51-yard punt return by Teryl Wilson, sprung by Mombroso Washington’s crushing block, taking the ball down to the Eagles’ 15. They capitalized three plays later with Ryan Rising tossing a 3-yard scoring pass to Jason Hawkins with 9:50 left, making it 10-7 and giving Valley its second lead of the game. That advantage was short-lived, however, as the Eagles’ Scotty James took the ensuing kickoff at the 2 and raced all the way to the Wolverines’ 15. Pullen plunged in from the 2 three plays later, giving the visitors a 14-10 lead that held up. “We have to come out with more intensity and we have to keep that,” SBVC coach Pat Meeech said. “We’re just not doing a good job of executing. They got a couple of big plays and they took advantage and we didn’t.” Play was ragged on both sides through three quarters, with the Wolverines’ first score coming on a 30-yard field goal by Mike Ramos with 9:50 left in the second period and the Eagles going ahead on a 5-yard run by Darren McNeal with 4:39 left in the second.