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EBAL stats 10/6

Second installment of the EBAL football stats.


Rushing (by yards)

Player G Rush Yards Avg TD
Greg Johnson, Monte Vista 4 74 515 7.0 6
George Atkinson III, Granada 4 33 509 15.4 8
Dalton Turay, Amador Valley 4 35 349 10.0 4
Nick Quan, Foothill 4 74 295 4.0 4
Terron Ward, De La Salle 4 57 291 5.1 4
Damariay Drew, Livermore 4 43 270 6.3 3
Keon Stancil, Amador Valley 4 33 266 8.1 7
Jorge Andrade, Livermore 4 48 237 4.9 2
Alex Ortuno, Granada 4 50 224 4.5 4
Gio Javier, Cal 4 35 224 6.4 5

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

Player G Comp Att Pct. Yards INT TD Rat
Brett Nottingham, Monte Vista 4 66 90 73.3 1,322 0 15 251.7
Sean Mannion, Foothill 4 62 111 55.9 833 4 7 132.5
Chris Comes, San Ramon Valley 4 43 89 48.3 623 3 6 122.6
Quinn Kaehler, Cal 4 32 66 48.5 613 1 4 143.5
Kyle Kearney, Granada 4 30 53 56.6 594 1 2 159.4

Receiving (by receptions)

Player G Rec Yards Avg. TD
Bryce McGovern, Monte Vista 4 26 729 28.0 8
Cameron Rowland, Foothill 4 24 382 15.9 3
Justin Berger, San Ramon Valley 4 19 357 18.8 3
Colin Kacinski, Foothill 4 18 234 13.0 1
Dane Turner, Monte Vista 4 14 227 16.2 3

Total offense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg,
Monte Vista 4 687 1,370 2,057 514.3
Granada 4 1,181 584 1,765 441.3
Cal 4 856 613 1,469 367.3
Foothill 4 456 840 1,296 324.0
Amador Valley 4 952 306 1,258 314.5
San Ramon Valley 4 359 721 1,080 270.0
De La Salle 4 660 345 1,005 251.3
Livermore 4 741 205 946 236.5

PPG: AV 48.0, MV 46.5, Granada 37.3, Cal 28.5, Foothill 27.8, SRV 23.0, Livermore 22.8, DLS 20.5

Total defense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg,
Amador Valley 4 498 283 781 195.3
San Ramon Valley 4 465 534 999 249.8
De La Salle 4 518 502 1,020 255.0
Foothill 4 573 596 1,169 292.3
Livermore 4 757 468 1,225 306.3
Granada 4 660 575 1,235 308.8
California 4 710 626 1,336 334.0
Monte Vista 4 877 605 1,482 370.5
PPG: AV 12.5, Cal 16.3, SRV 16.3, Granada 19.0, Foothill 19.8, MV 22.0, DLS 22.3, Livermore 31.0

Kyle Bonagura

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

6 Comments

  1. lol @ the yds. srv run game? non existant. kessler tryin to invent the wheel the wrong way

  2. wolverine Says:
    October 6th, 2009 at 8:24 pm
    How does SRV have the 2nd best defense~ That is a Joke?!

    Just look at their schedule same as AV it will change with league play…

  3. Nottingham – 90 att/15 tds/0 ints

    Those are some big time stats!

  4. Granada junior George Atkinson III, might be the best EBAL college prospect of them all. No discredit to Brett Nottingham or Sean Mannion of course.

  5. Looks like Ward goes to the head of the class with 386 yds. last nite. Don’t count him out- his brother is at Oregon and I remember several De La backs around his size playing college(Jones, Walsh, Bradley and both Callans.) It’s not the size of the dog, it’s the size of the fight that counts.

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