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DVAL Stats: 9/22

Stats are current through week three. Enjoy.

Rushing (by yards)

Player G Rush Yards Avg. TD
Cameron Stover, Northgate 3 43 351 8.16 7
Steven Porschet, Ygnacio Valley 3 55 318 5.78 3
Andrew Mendez, College Park 3 38 305 8.03 2
Forrest Hightower, Concord 3 27 283 10.48 2
Jeremy McKillip, Clayton Valley 2 28 278 9.93 3

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

Player G Comp Att Pct. Yards INT TD Rat
Ricky Lloyd, Concord 3 41 60 68.3 668 2 11 215.68
Adam Nesheim, Ygnacio Valley 3 28 44 63.6 311 1 7 170.96
Ethan Morrow, Mt. Diablo 3 16 34 47.1 299 2 4 147.99
Tyler Fjellbo, Clayton Valley 3 14 32 43.7 175 3 4 112.19
Colin Barney, Northgate 3 9 17 52.9 142 1 2 150.16

Receiving (by receptions)

Player G Rec Yards Avg. TD
Corey Galindo, Concord 3 11 186 16.9 5
Angelo Childs, Concord 3 9 173 19.2 1
Thomas Patolo, Ygnacio Valley 3 9 80 8.9 1
Ray Buford, Concord 3 8 72 9.0 2
Willie Owens, Ygnacio Valley 3 7 79 11.3 0

Scoring

Player G TD FG 2PT PAT Tot
Alec Pica, Concord 3 7 0 3 0 48
Cameron Stover, Northgate 3 7 0 0 0 42
Corey Galindo, Concord 3 5 0 2 4 38
Deon Turner, Mt. Diablo 3 4 0 1 0 26
Jeremy McKillip, Clayton Valley 2 4 0 0 0 24
Eric Meyers, College Park 2 4 0 0 0 24

Total offense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg,
Concord 3 547 668 1215 405.0
Northgate 3 798 178 976 320.3
Ygnacio Valley 3 662 299 934 320.3
Mt. Diablo 3 635 299 934 311.3
College Park 3 720 134 854 284.7
Clayton Valley 3 656 192 848 282.7

Total defense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg,
Concord 3 49 122 171 57.0
Mt. Diablo 3 262 159 421 140.3
Clayton Valley 3 261 264 525 175.0
Ygnacio Valley 3 250 275 525 175.0
Northgate 3 537 228 765 255.0
College Park 3 425 578 1,003 334.3

Ben Enos

  • caca head

    nick pica?

  • devildad

    Deon turner will be at the top of the rushing and receiving list soon, right now he just isnt getting many touches because the MD coaches are spreading the ball around, but in league it will be a steady diet of Turner for opposing defenses… everyone else has way more carries then he does but his average is second to none. he is averaging almost 20 yards a carry, and over 20 yards a reception

  • yeah

    defense by points

    Concord- 12
    Mt. Diablo-23
    Claton Valley-28
    YV-42
    cp-75
    ng-88

    offense by points

    Con- 154
    MD-108
    Cv-107
    YV-97
    NG-94
    CP-64

  • Ben Enos

    Ha, nice. Can you tell I’ve covered the whole family? I changed it to Alec Pica.

  • RickyBobby

    Devil dad
    please dont help anyone in your house with math
    If turner was averaging 20 yards per reception he would need only 4 catches to be in the top five, now I have heard of ball distribution but your best player should get the ball more than 1.3 times per game
    with the rushing if he was anywhere near 20 yards per carry he would only need 15 or maore carries to break into the top 5, that is 5 carries per game, and unless Mt D is starting from their own 3 yard line he turner would have broken for at least 4 scores with averages like you say.
    By the way I did read where Mt D was working on ball distribution by having their starting QB in and throwing a TD when they were up by more than 40 vs de anza last week.

  • Mrs P.

    Hey Ben,
    You don’t have to worry Alec is the last Pica playing football, that is of course until the grandkids!!!

  • ManDown

    Whats the deal with Patrone Wood? Why isnt he on this list anywhere? The guy was a top 3 back in the East Bay for it seems like 3 years.

  • devildad

    turner should be on the receiving list… He had a 93 yard reception alone last week… And he has less than 15 carries on the season… He probably has about ten carries or so

  • HitStick

    Must be that new offense they are running out at YV. That old scrum offense was made for Wood.

  • yeah

    patrone was perfect in the old offense… in this new offense he is just a fullback… i have seen them go single back with patrone but not with too much success… Porchet gets the the majority of the carries now… I have always felt, and still do that porchet is the better back

  • well..

    If you guys had read up on the games you may have found that patrone has had a few big runs (per game- 70 +yds ea) that were called back on penalties. Were it not for penalties I think he would probably be on the list. with fewer carries as noted. redwood vs yv -142 yards on eight carries (not too shabby). I’m just say’n.

  • ManDown

    You have to be kidding me. The guy rushed for over a 1,000 yards the last two years and they wont give him the ball where he can be successful? Thats stupid to change things up where one of your best players and leading rusher last year doesn’t get the ball in his hands. Unless the other guy is tearing it up like he was there is no excuse why Wood doesn’t get at least 10-15 touches a game. I see that the new RB Porschet only has 318 yards with 3 TD in 3 games. Patrone Wood was almost getting that amount of yards in one game. Give that man the ball!

  • Steve

    Concord put up some impressive numbers Friday against Skyline, and their average total offense is very DLSian. Concord, though, has played three not-so-strong opponents; Friday the officials kept a running clock in the second half. Concord’s coach didn’t necessarily agree with that, calling it a disservice to the players. Concord is going to win more games this year, though not with that amount of ease — the Minutemen have five quality players at skill positions (Floyd, Hightower, Galindo, Pica and Childs), which is one of the keys for a high school team to have success.

  • The Truth

    This league is not solid at all