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Held to a three-and-out to begin the fourth, SBVC punted and returner Milton Davis muffed the kick, enabling Wolverine DePhillip Harris to reach in and tip the ball away, resulting in Antelope Valley recovering at its own 1-yard line and the eventual safety. A successful kick could have meant the end of a 12-game losing streak, but SBVC found a way into the backfield and blocked the 35-yard try to seal the victory. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Kendrick Harris paced SBVC’s offense with 85 yards an 16 carries. Acrey finished with 68 yards on 12 carries. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week Nathan Acrey put the Wolverines up by a touchdown in the first quarter with a 17-yard run, but Dominic Cornelius evened the score in the second quarter on a 12-yard scoot for the Marauders. The Wolverines capitalized on an interception that was returned to the 19 when Rodney Love put his team back on top with a 12-yard run of his own in the third quarter. A Mike Ramos extra-point put SBVC up 14-7. Antelope Valley tied the game on a 3-yard run from Donald Green just as the third ended. The Marauders outgained the Wolverines 235-149 in the game as Antelope Valley posted perhaps its best offensive and defensive production of the season. AVC set season bests for lowest opponent yardage, and the Marauders’ defense held the Wolverines to just 1-for-13 on third down conversions. It was a spot the Marauders (0-7 overall, 0-5 in conference) wanted to be in. After holding their own against the Wolverines (3-4, 2-3), Antelope Valley was well within kicker Kenny Havro’s range before Martinez busted through the line and batted down Havro’s kick. It was a safety early in the fourth quarter, though, that broke a 14-14 tie and gave the Wolverines a two-point lead.