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EBAL Stats 9/30

First installment of the EBAL football stats.


Rushing (by yards)

Player G Rush Yards Avg TD
Greg Johnson, Monte Vista 3 62 414 6.7 5
George Atkinson III, Granada 3 22 309 14.0 5
Dalton Turay, Amador Valley 3 24 269 11.2 3
Damariay Drew, Livermore 3 37 246 6.7 3
Keon Stancil, Amador Valley 3 19 200 10.5 6
Jorge Andrade, Livermore 3 37 198 5.4 1
Alex Ortuno, Granada 3 41 194 4.7 4
Nick Quan, Foothill 3 48 177 3.7 1
Gio Javier, Cal 3 23 172 7.5 4
Robinson, San Ramon Valley 3 31 156 5.0 0

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

Player G Comp Att Pct. Yards INT TD Rat
Brett Nottingham, Monte Vista 3 49 69 71.0 994 0 11 244.6
Sean Mannion, Foothill 3 44 80 54.4 673 3 6 142.9
Kyle Kearney, Granada 3 26 43 60.5 525 1 2 173.7
Quinn Kaehler, Cal 3 27 51 52.9 499 0 4 161.0
Chris Comes, San Ramon Valley 3 28 57 49.1 414 3 6 134.3

Receiving (by receptions)

Player G Rec Yards Avg. TD
Bryce McGovern, Monte Vista 3 22 621 28.2 8
Cameron Rowland, Foothill 3 19 345 18.2 3
Justin Berger, San Ramon Valley 3 14 272 19.4 3
Robert Guy, Granada 3 10 220 22.0 1
John Sarmenta, Cal 3 9 163 18.1 3

Scoring

Player G TD FG 2PT PAT Tot
Bryce McGovern, Monte Vista 3 8 0 0 0 48
Kean Stancil, Amador Valley 4 7 0 1 0 44
George Atkinson III, Granada 3 6 0 0 0 36
Alex Ortuno, Granada 3 4 0 0 0 24
Greg Johnson, Monte Vista 3 4 0 0 0 24

Total offense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg,
Monte Vista 3 501 1,007 1,508 502.7
Granada 3 761 525 1,286 428.7
Cal 3 606 499 1,105 368.3
Amador Valley 3 791 146 937 312.2
Foothill 3 260 657 917 305.7
San Ramon Valley 3 314 471 785 261.7
Livermore 3 563 149 712 237.3
De La Salle 3 405 160 565 188.3

Total defense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg,
Amador Valley 3 243 98 341 113.7
San Ramon Valley 3 215 420 635 211.7
De La Salle 3 357 342 699 233.0
Foothill 3 337 409 746 248.7
Livermore 3 524 263 787 262.3
Granada 3 464 392 856 285.3
California 3 528 346 874 291.3
Monte Vista 3 699 549 1,248 416.0

Kyle Bonagura

Kyle Bonagura is a Pleasanton-based prep sports writer for the Bay Area Newsgroup-East Bay.

  • gauchofan

    Damariay Drew must be a stud…43 td’s hahahah

  • Kyle Bonagura

    haha … yeah, the fun we have of manually typing stats.

  • prepfan

    Wow!!! De La Salle is last in the EBAL in offense! Obviously they’ve played the toughest schedule, but that’s shocking that even Livermore has put up more yards. That’ll change soon but it’s strange to see right now.

  • THE WHISTLE

    Bet DLS would be last in offense if they played Del Norte!!

  • THE WHISTLE

    Also, typical Monte Vista — first in offense and worst on defense. The song remains the same.

  • MoellerMan

    You have to be impressed with Monte Vista’s offensive numbers, considering they have only ranked teams. But then you look at their defensive numbers and they are equally extreme. It makes it hard to anticipate what they will do against the better EBAL teams. Have high scoring games I guess.
    Because of their week non-league schedules, it is hard to learn anything from the stats for SRV, Granada and AV. It is curious that Amador Valley averaged 56 points in it’s first three games, yet they are in the middle of the pack in yardage. Maybe they have had extremely good field position. Or they have not had any possessions where they did not score.

  • prepfan

    Monte Vista = New Orleans Saints.

  • litleman

    MV defensive numbers are kind of misleading since the 2nd and 3rd teams were in for the 4th quarters against Heritage and Pitt because they were up by so much.

  • litleman

    Pitt and Heritage were running their 1st team offenses also too try and not be embarressed Heritage (41-7) in the 4th Pitt (45-18)in the 4th

  • got2go

    Why rank QB’s by yardage and not rating? You could throw 50 times a game, get lots of yards and still not be a good statistical quarterback.

  • THE WHISTLE

    Litleman, I would agree more except for the fact it’s been Monte Vista’s MO to have 500 yards of offense and allow 400 yards on defense for years now. But hey, at the end of the day, it’s all about outscoring the other team which they do most of the time. So, if it’s not broke ……

  • litleman

    Whistle, Your right they do play a passive D (and have for years) they are the bend don’t break type. I am just saying that the yards against isn’t as bad as it looks really only Logan did a lot against them (and that was the QB kid had a great game) the RB from Heritage had a 60/70 yds in the 4th quarter I see them as more of a middle of the pack D is all I am saying but your other point is extremely valid they score a ton of points at the end of the day…

  • Chris

    Bryce McGovern is the new Tom Hemmingson

  • THE WHISTLE

    Litleman,

    You may be right and perhaps that will bear out that they are statistically better than they have appeared so far. Now that you are in league, you will probably play the starters more often, so the numbers will come down. Best of luck this year.

    Oh Chris, I will say McGovern is the new Sam DeSa.

  • MIKE

    Why is it that McGovern has 8 TD’s 8*6=48 pts
    and Stancil 8 TD’s are 44 pts?
    shouldn’t Turray have 48
    and McGovern 50 with the 2pt convo

    and LOL SRV DEFENSE. 27-6 last year says it all srv over mv.

    ANYBODY WASNT CONCORD AND OAKLAND SUPPOSED TO HAVE ATHLETES AND GOOD OFFENSES (FOR THEIR DIVISIONS)?

    ALL I HEARD WAS DAMANTE HORTON O-HIGH, DAVE DOUGLASS O-HIGH, FOREST HIGHTOWER – CONCORD, ALEC PICA, RAY BUFORD, RICKY LLOYD, ETC

    THEY DIDNT DO NOTHIN THEY GOT SHUT DOWN LOOK AT HIGHTOWERS NUMBERS, LLOYD HAD 4 PICKS, AND SRV PROVED IT IS BETTER AGAINST THE RUN THAN THEY EVER HAVE BEEN. AND DONT THEY ALWAYS HAVE A GOOD SECONDARY? CAL AND JAVIER WONT RUN THEM OVER THIS YEAR. REGGIE DAVIS MIGHT TEAR THEM APART, BUT WITHOUT A LEROY GREEN TYPE OF PLAYER AND A WEAK D THAT IS 10X BETTER, THE WOLVES ARE NO PUSHOVERS

  • Kyle Bonagura

    I fixed the errors in the scoring, Turay only has 3 TDs.