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EBAL stats, 10/27

Another installment of the EBAL football stats… Let me know if you have any corrections.


Rushing (by yards)

Player G Rush Yards Avg TD
Terron Ward, De La Salle 7 119 1,096 9.2 11
Greg Johnson, Monte Vista 7 105 724 6.9 7
George Atkinson III, Granada 7 71 665 9.4 9
Dalton Turay, Amador Valley 7 82 660 8.1 6
Kean Stancil, Amador Valley 7 70 527 7.5 10
Tyler Anderson, De La Salle 7 74 467 6.3 6
Kyle Alvarez, Cal 7 61 461 7.6 4
Nick Quan, Foothill 7 90 350 3.9 3
Jorge Andrade, Livermore 7 90 346 3.8 4
Damariay Drew, Livermore 7 74 467 6.3 6

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

Player G Comp Att Pct. Yards INT TD Rat
Brett Nottingham, Monte Vista 7 140 200 70.0 2,242 4 23 198.1
Sean Mannion, Foothill 7 137 230 59.6 1,802 7 15 140.8
Quinn Kaehler, Cal 7 65 121 53.7 1,231 5 8 152.7
Chris Comes, San Ramon Valley 7 70 137 51.1 1,138 5 11 140.1
Kyle Kearney, Granada 7 44 75 58.7 774 4 3 155.0
Kean Stancil, Amador Valley 7 43 91 47.3 611 5 7 118.0
Carter Allen, Livermore 7 29 54 53.7 360 3 3 116.9
Bart Houston, De La Salle 7 25 36 69.4 355 1 3 174.2

Receiving (by receptions)

Player G Rec Yards Avg. TD
Bryce McGovern, Monte Vista 7 62 1,338 21.6 11
Cameron Rowland, Foothill 7 48 698 14.5 8
Justin Berger, San Ramon Valley 7 33 614 18.6 7
Colin Kacinski, Foothill 7 32 371 11.6 1
Dane Turner, Monte Vista 7 31 327 10.5 7

Total offense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg,
Monte Vista 7 1,000 2,290 3,290 477.2
Cal 7 1,501 1,231 2,732 390.3
De La Salle 7 1,881 604 2,485 355.0
Granada 7 1,591 840 2,431 347.3
Foothill 7 612 1,809 2,421 345.9
Amador Valley 7 1,632 647 2,279 325.6
San Ramon Valley 7 677 1,341 2,018 288.3
Livermore 7 1,021 543 1,564 233.4

PPG: Monte Vista 37.9, Amador 37.7, Foothill 30.4, De La Salle 29.7, Cal 29.6, Granada 25.7, SRV 24.9, Livermore 19.0

Total defense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg,
Amador Valley 7 830 972 1,802 257.4
De La Salle 7 895 947 1,842 263.1
San Ramon Valley 7 701 1,305 2,006 286.6
Cal 7 1,036 1,085 2,121 303.0
Granada 7 1,370 822 2,192 313.1
Foothill 7 1,078 1,212 2,290 327.1
Livermore 7 1,296 1,305 2,601 371.6
Monte Vista 7 1,744 1,123 2,867 409.6

PPG: Amador 14.0, San Ramon Valley 20.0, California 20.3, De La Salle 20.7, Foothill 22.4, Granada 23.1, Monte Vista 25.9, Livermore 35.0

Kyle Bonagura

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

  • Paydirt

    The EBAL QB ratings look odd. Mannion looks low and Kaehler has similar numbers to Comes with fewer TDs but has a 35 point advantage? The last four QB ratings are the same…very unlikely.

  • Kyle Bonagura

    Fixed.

  • THE WHISTLE

    I love how you can average over 300 yards of game of offense and still be 6th in team offense.

  • Dutch B

    Where does Jack Trudeau (Granada) rank among all-time great EBAL QB’s ?

  • panther4

    Don’t forget about Guy Houston and Louis Aguiar…Aguiar was a punter but I heard 2 for 2 on fake punts.

  • THE WHISTLE

    Dutch, do you read the Sports Guy on ESPN.COM?? He wrote a funny, funny column the other day about what the quarterback equivilant would be for the Mendoza Line that baseball has. After much discussion, he came up with The Trudeau Line as the point where you’re just good enough to be starting, but just bad enough to never be good. Classic column.

  • THE WHISTLE

    Hey all, here’s the link to the Trudeau Line column…it’s down a way in the story…

    http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/page2/story?page=simmonsnflpicks/091016

  • Mike

    funny San Ramon has better defensive stats than Cal.

    and in the rushing category, Livermore’s Damaray Drew has 467 yards but is ranked last? shouldn’t he be tied with Tyler Anderson of De La Salle because they have the same yds rushed. and carries aren’t being the sorting..

  • Dutch B

    THE WHISTLE…That is pretty accurate about Jack Trudeau’s pro career, lol ! At least he made it into the N.F.L. though. Dublin QB Steve Grant only made it as a U.S.F.L. back-up (He was #2 behind the Invaders Fred Besana). Grant led Dublin to the 1974 E.B.A.L. title.

    Though the most notable Dublin Gael’s. That have played professionally would be offensive lineman Rob Cox (U.C.L.A. / L.A. Rams) and tight end Justin Peele (Oregon / many N.F.L. teams).

  • http://httpn Fast and Physical

    Hey Dutch B dont forget Cox played at Chabot College also.

  • mike

    dublin in the ebal. somebody with knowledge email me the league histories. how come all we hear about is the 2000s. i find it funny monte vista was in the Bay Valley league and sucked it up with Pitt for 8 years. Berkeley was in the EBAL in the 90s. and There was something called the Foothill Athletic League?

    if anybody else is interested, who was in this leagues, how’d they do in their seasons: like did any become section champs? east bay history is too legit to quit ~history in the making ~living history

  • Dutch B

    EBAL Top-2:

    1986: MV / Cal (MV lost NCS championship to DLS).

    1987: MV / Foothill (MV beat DLS for NCS championship).

    1988: Foothill / Granada (Granada lost NCS championship to DLS).

    1989: MV / SRV (SRV lost in semi’s against DLS).

    In 1987 MV’s Schon Branum became the career rushing yardage leader for the EBAL. Surpassing Dublin great Jim Boulware.

    During the mid/late 70′s. Dublin was a 5-2 type of EBAL team. In 1980 they won the EBAL.

    Another great Dublin running back was Rob Vera (1984-86). Teammate Matt Clafton was one of the best LB’s in the East Bay during the 80′s.

    Anyone remember Kujett Bhatia or Paul Phillips ? That was Dublin’s backfield during 1982-83. Bhatia went to UCLA. He was fast and elusive. Phillips was the rugged fullback.

    xxstingerxx2012@hotmail.com