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HAAL football stats, week 2

By mbower
Tuesday, September 23rd, 2008 at 11:08 pm in Stats.

OK, Here are the HAAL stats through Week 2.

Rushing (by yards)

Player G Rush Yards Avg TD
T.J. Ner, Tennyson 2 22 253 11.5 4
Che’rod Simpson, Bishop O’Dowd 2 30 224 7.5 2
Dominique Jackson, Hayward 2 28 212 7.6 3
George Roberson, San Leandro 2 31 204 6.6 3
Eleasaro. Niuatoa, Hayward 2 27 201 7.4 1
Carl Yates, Hayward 2 19 194 10.2 2
Mario Brown, Bishop O’Dowd 2 16 193 12.1 5
Marc Kendig, Arroyo 2 33 189 5.7 4
Joshua Jackai, Mt. Eden 2 35 163 4.7 1
Johnny Barbieri, Castro Valley 2 21 126 6.0 2

Passing (by yards)
Note: QB rating uses college formula

Player G Comp Att Pct Yards INT TD Rat
Max Carmona, Tennyson 2 26 48 54.2 451 1 6 170.18
Travis Gardner, San Leandro 2 24 43 44.8 408 3 4 152.3
Michael Rojas, Castro Valley 2 21 37 56.8 329 3 1 124.15
Nick Stewart, San Lorenzo 2 16 32 50.0 214 3 1 97.74
Mike Fragoso, Hayward 2 12 28 42.9 206 2 1 102.16
Matt Balich, Bishop O’Dowd 2 18 29 62.1 183 1 3 142.32
Brett Judson, Arroyo 2 8 19 42.1 80 0 1 94.84

Receiving (by receptions)

Player G Rec Yards Avg. TD
Dwaine Simpson, San Leandro 2 12 282 23.5 4
Dominic Shortrdige, Castro Valley 2 9 149 16.6 0
Brian Prentiss, Tennyson 2 8 153 19.1 2
Matthew Bryant, Hayward 2 7 115 16.4 1
Cory Hall, San Lorenzo 2 7 72 10.3 1
Chris Martin, Bishop O’Dowd 2 5 81 16.2 2
Eric Johnson, San Lorenzo 2 5 68 13.6 0
Marcus Mosi, San Lorenzo 2 4 74 18.5 0
Hasani Burns, Bishop O’Dowd 2 4 30 7.5 0
George Roberson, San Leandro 2 4 28 7.0 0

Scoring

Player G TD FG 2PT PAT Tot
Mario Brown, Bishop O’Dowd 2 5 0 0 0 30
T.J. Ner, Tennyson 2 5 0 0 0 30
Marc Kendig, Arroyo 2 4 0 0 0 24
Dwaine Simpson, San Leandro 2 4 0 0 0 24
Cory Hall, San Lorenzo 2 3 0 1 0 20
Dominique Jackson, Hayward 2 3 0 0 0 18
George Roberson, San Leandro 2 3 0 1 0 18
Che’rod Simpson, Bishop O’Dowd 2 2 0 1 0 14
Johnny Barbieri, Castro Valley 2 2 0 0 0 12
Neal Buac, Arroyo 2 2 0 0 0 12

Total offense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg,
Tennyson 2 426 451 877 438.5
Hayward 2 611 67 206 408.5
San Leandro 2 277 484 761 380.5
Bishop O’Dowd 2 457 183 640 320
Arroyo 2 475 80 555 277.5
Castro Valley 2 171 326 497 248.5
San Lorenzo 2 235 214 449 224.5
Mt. Eden 2 275 34 309 154.5

Total defense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg,
Bishop O’Dowd 2 206 35 241 120.5
Tennyson 2 261 68 329 164.5
Arroyo 2 228 109 337 168.5
San Lorenzo 2 275 185 460 230.0
Hayward 2 195 419 614 307.0
San Leandro 2 430 236 666 333.0
Mt. Eden 2 552 156 708 354.0
Castro Valley 2 418 403 821 410.5

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  • no huddle

    Anyone hear anything on Tennyson running back T.J. Ner. Last I heard he was out with a knee injury.

  • Michael Bower

    No Huddle,

    I talked with Tennyson coach Terry Smith on Monday and he said that Ner canceled his MRI appointment because the knee was better. Not sure if he started practicing yet, but that is good news. I will keep you updated if I hear anything else.

  • LancerFan

    Ner will dress this week and possibly get playing time but will return next

  • HAAL Player

    Top two games to watch this week:

    1. SL vs. CAL
    2. Arroyo vs Newark Memorial

    These games should be exciting to watch.

  • Greg

    Haal Player,

    Would agree with SL vs. Cal seems neither team can slow down anyone. Could be a wide open exciting game.

  • HAAL Fan

    Totally agree with SL vs Cal but i have no idea how Arroyo vs Newark Memorial would be a good game. I saw Arroyo barely squeak by a so-so Irvington squad. Had irvington stuck it out with “the bone” the score would have been different in my opinion.

  • no huddle

    Irvington is not a so-so squad and I think this year they have a good chance to win the Mval. The same goes for Arroyo. We will know more about both teams after this weekend.

  • Steve R. Waterhouse

    No Huddle, Irvington is off to a great start. But let’s take a look at the two wins, Mt. Diablo and Livermore. Those are two of the worst teams in their respective leagues.
    A real test will come against clayton Valley.
    And I doubt Irvington will win the MVAL title. I’ve seen Newark, Logan, Washington, Mission and Irvington. I don’t think Irvington has enough to beat Logan, Newark or Washington. But we’ll see. That’s why they play the games.