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Final HAAL football statistics — 11/16

Here are the FINAL football statistics for the 2009 HAAL season. I included the stats for HAAL games as well. Also, I was finally able to added the stats from the Arroyo-Del Campo game.


Rushing (by yards)

Player G Rush Yards Avg. TD
Mario Brown, Bishop O’Dowd 10 226 1,200 5.3 14
George Roberson, San Leandro 9 94 992 10.6 14
T.J. Ner, Tennyson 10 156 848 5.4 13
John Hughes, Hayward 10 72 817 11.3 10
Dan Heka, Castro Valley 8 206 778 3.8 9
Imani Stockstill, Hayward 10 60 639 10.7 5
Micah McMurray, Arroyo 10 98 573 5.8 7
Reyshawn Galvan, San Lorenzo 10 120 525 4.4 1
Carl Yates, Hayward 10 89 514 5.8 12
Trenton Trammell, Bishop O’Dowd 10 80 474 5.9 4

Passing (by yards)

Note: QB rating uses college formula

Player G Comp Att Pct. Yards INT TD Rat
Chris Musni, San Leandro 10 78 150 52.0 1,568 8 23 179.7
Matt Balich, Bishop O’Dowd 10 92 168 54.8 1,336 5 15 145.1
Kyle Johnson, Tennyson 10 75 141 53.2 1,093 10 12 132.2
Michael Rojas, Castro Valley 10 59 131 45.0 979 10 6 107.7
Joe Latu, Mt. Eden 10 44 115 38.3 915 7 6 110.1
Nick Stewart, San Lorenzo 10 59 145 40.7 859 7 6 94.5

Receiving (by receptions)

Player G Rec Yards Avg. TD
Eric Johnson, San Lorenzo 10 32 506 15.8 3
Terrence King, Bishop O’Dowd 10 28 568 20.3 4
Victor Bannerman, San Leandro 10 22 603 27.4 10
J.R. Pabalate, Tennyson 10 22 486 22.1 4
Antoine Williams, Mt. Eden 9 22 468 21.3 5
Carlyle Garrick, Castro Valley 7 21 456 21.7 4
Tyrone Ward, Bishop O’Dowd 10 19 355 18.7 9
Lenny Jones, San Leandro 10 19 333 17.5 5
Edgar Caro, Castro Valley 10 19 219 11.5 1
George Roberson, San Leandro 9 17 278 16.4 2

Scoring

Player G TD FG 2PT PAT Tot
George Roberson, San Leandro 9 16 0 7 0 110
Mario Brown, Bishop O’Dowd 10 17 0 0 0 102
John Hughes, Hayward 10 16 0 0 0 96
T.J. Ner, Tennyson 10 15 0 0 0 90
Carl Yates, Hayward 10 13 0 0 0 78
Victor Bannerman, San Leandro 10 11 0 2 0 70
Tyrone Ward, Bishop O’Dowd 10 9 0 1 0 56
Dan Heka, Castro Valley 8 9 0 0 0 54
Jose Tapia, Hayward 10 0 2 0 43 49
Micah McMurray, Arroyo 10 7 0 1 0 46

Total offense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg,
San Leandro 10 2,229 1,571 3,800 380.0
Hayward 10 2,849 376 3,225 322.5
Bishop O’Dowd 10 1,706 1,336 3,042 304.2
Tennyson 10 1,628 1,083 2,711 271.1
Arroyo 10 1,844 842 2,686 268.6
Castro Valley 10 1,341 988 2,329 232.9
San Lorenzo 10 1,437 836 2,273 227.3
Mt. Eden 10 741 915 1,656 165.6

Scoring: San Leandro 40.9, Hayward 38.0, Bishop O’Dowd 25.9, Arroyo 22.3, Tennyson 20.7, San Lorenzo 16.2, Castro Valley 14.9, Mt. Eden 1.1.
Total defense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg,
San Leandro 10 1,404 809 2,213 221.3
San Lorenzo 10 1,430 1,049 2,479 247.9
Hayward 10 1,253 1,563 2,816 281.6
Castro Valley 10 1,903 998 2,901 290.1
Tennyson 10 2,113 822 2,935 293.5
Bishop O’Dowd 10 2,210 905 3,115 311.5
Arroyo 10 2,124 1,070 3,194 319.4
Mt. Eden 10 2,353 961 3,314 331.4

Scoring: San Leandro 16.4, San Lorenzo 20.9, Hayward 24.6, Castro Valley 26.3, Arroyo 27.4, Bishop O’Dowd 27.5, Tennyson 29.3, Mt. Eden 38.3.

HAAL games only
Rushing (by yards)

Player G Rush Yards Avg. TD
George Roberson, San Leandro 7 69 851 12.3 14
Mario Brown, Bishop O’Dowd 7 148 756 5.1 9
Dan Heka, Castro Valley 6 156 665 4.3 8
John Hughes, Hayward 7 50 641 12.8 8
Imani Stockstill, Hayward 7 55 608 11.1 5

Passing (by yards)

Note: QB rating uses college formula

Player G Comp Att Pct. Yards INT TD Rat
Chris Musni, San Leandro 7 50 101 49.5 1,189 5 18 197.3
Matt Balich, Bishop O’Dowd 7 74 128 57.8 1,140 2 14 165.6
Joe Latu, Mt. Eden 7 35 90 38.9 780 4 6 124.8
Michael Rojas, Castro Valley 7 49 103 47.6 754 9 4 104.4
Kyle Johnson, Tennyson 7 47 91 51.6 712 9 8 126.6

Receiving (by receptions)

Player G Rec Yards Avg. TD
Eric Johnson, San Lorenzo 7 23 390 17.0 1
Terrence King, Bishop O’Dowd 7 21 432 20.6 3
Antoine Williams, Mt. Eden 6 18 405 22.5 5
Edgar Caro, Castro Valley 7 18 210 11.7 1
Tyrone Ward, Bishop O’Dowd 7 17 345 20.3 9

Scoring

Player G TD FG 2PT PAT Tot
George Roberson, San Leandro 7 16 0 7 0 110
John Hughes, Hayward 7 12 0 0 0 72
Mario Brown, Bishop O’Dowd 7 11 0 0 0 66
Victor Bannerman, San Leandro 7 9 0 2 0 58
Tyrone Ward, Bishop O’Dowd 7 9 0 1 0 56

Total offense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg,
San Leandro 7 1,782 1,189 2,971 424.4
Hayward 7 2,107 202 2,309 329.9
Bishop O’Dowd 7 1,083 1,140 2,223 317.6
Arroyo 7 1,468 664 2,132 304.6
Castro Valley 7 1,086 754 1,840 262.9
San Lorenzo 7 1,125 662 1,787 255.3
Tennyson 7 1,073 706 1,779 254.1
Mt. Eden 7 589 780 1,369 195.6

Scoring: San Leandro 47.6, Hayward 36.9, Bishop O’Dowd 28.7, Arroyo 25.0, Tennyson 18.7, San Lorenzo 18.1, Castro Valley 16.7, Mt. Eden 14.9.
Total defense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg,
San Leandro 7 990 670 1,660 237.1
San Lorenzo 7 911 830 1,741 248.7
Hayward 7 855 1,068 1,923 274.7
Castro Valley 7 1,228 759 1,987 283.9
Arroyo 7 1,249 850 2,099 299.9
Mt. Eden 7 1,601 693 2,294 327.7
Tennyson 7 1,644 675 2,319 331.3
Bishop O’Dowd 7 1,796 552 2,348 335.4

Scoring: San Leandro 14.9, Castro Valley 21.6, San Lorenzo 21.7, Bishop O’Dowd 24.6, Hayward 25.7, Arroyo 27.7, Tennyson 35.1, Mt. Eden 35.6.

Tony Gonsalez

  • Arroyo RT 70

    yeah i will just hold practice at 9 at night, then we will watch film at midnight

  • HAAL Fan

    The other HAALfan is right. I’d never thought I’d see the day where two OFFENSIVE LINEMEN would bicker on a public forum like this. You’re linemen! You’re disgracing the rest of us who spent our time in the trenches, because this is not what football’s about. Most of the time I’m content with watching full grown morons bicker over which kids’ team is better, but this is deplorable. Show some respect to your team, your coaches, and yourselves and think twice before you post again. As for #70′s playing on JV last year; I coached in the league last year and you guys did have a decent line, which I believe was senior laden. No shame in playing a player down on JV if he’s going to help the team in the long run the following year or even later on in the current season.

  • renegades10

    you guys are supposed to be brothers. you know that? there is a reason many coaches do not allow their players on these boards, because they don’t want stuff like this happening. it was disgraceful for the one guy to bash the other on here in the first place and I don’t care how you try to spin it, saying a guy was the weakest link is bashing. I never said anything like that about my teammates to anyone else except to him personally. If someone was slacking we dealt with it directly and found a way to motivate him. we held each other accountable for our actions and it’s one thing to disappoint yourself but try having your teammates come to you and ask why you aren’t putting out your best effort. that they are disappointed in you. so get off the boards, work your asses off, take yourself to a level you have never been before physically, mentally, and emotionally and come back next year and try and kick some ass.

  • Arroyo RT 70

    thank u for sayin that, thats the first time someone saw y i played down. And ur right, i acted like a jackass

  • antionewilliams1

    hey guys. i know i dont play for arroyo but honestly, you guys did have a good line. it just wasnt very experienced. and still you guys had a good stbale running game with the running backs you guys. you two arguin over this is really pointless cus you guys are teammates. if anything, one should be tryna better the next one cus football is a team sport. so thats really all i wanted to say.

    and by the way, thanks to the people on this blog that acknowledged me and my QB Joe Latu throughout the league even with the team we had. i appreciate it cus my coach rarely even acknowledged us. but thanks again. much love

  • Souz

    Thats sad to hear Williams (about ur coach that is). Its too bad they didnt open up the offense for you guys. a 4 WR set with yourself, Salinas, Leano and maybe #13 (who was small but had some decent speed) or #4 who is without a doubt another good athlete. Woulda been deadly.

  • 617lemon

    haal wat happend? u guys r already out the playoffs? that league is terrible & san leandro aint wat it use to be! o’dowd please i don’t want to hear nothing bout those dragons til they beat a good team!

  • Hood Boy

    Wow it was really an argument between 2 teammates..thats crazy..and williams you should of got more chances to get the ball..its bad to see good receivers play in a running all day system.

  • ManDown

    This league talks the most about respect and how good they are but haven’t been winning for a few years now. The HAAL has been sent home until next year.

  • HAAL Fan

    Yes, the HAAL is down. Everyone here knew the HAAL is down and has been down for the past 3 years. I no longer coach in the league, but from the couple of games I saw it seems like a lot of teams running offenses that don’t fully utilize their players’ potential. We have to remember the league is young in terms of new coaches and they’ll either learn to walk now or fall on their faces in the next couple of years. BOD was amazingly disappointing, enough said. SL just didn’t have that same smash mouth mentality I remember coaching and playing against. It used to be that I would tell our kids to clear up Saturday for some quality ice time after we played because it was the most physical game of the year. Hayward exceeded my expectations but met up with an always decent Las Lomas team, which doesn’t match up well with the undisciplined. I find it amazing that just about 5 years ago we were a very good league and only about 3 years ago Mt. Eden went 8-2, Castro Valley went 7-3, San Leandro went 7-3, and Hayward went 12-2 in winning the 3A East Bay title and losing to Cardinal Newman in the final game. This isn’t college, we are not the EBAL. We don’t reload, we rebuild. Wait a couple years for these coaches to figure stuff out and we’ll see what we have then.

  • whatever

    wow DJ your really gonna throw garret under the bus like that, yea he was lazy, but he still got the job done. i can see garret getting maybe 2nd team all-league before you get an honorable mention

  • antionewilliams1

    thanx Souz and Hood Boy. like i kept telling all of my coaches that we need to pass the ball b/c we have the receivers for it and a good QB who can really throw the ball. but they never listened to the players which is why we ended up with the record we did, even though most people around the league say that our record doesnt reflect how we played on the field.

  • Souz

    I QB’d the school back in ’02 and I feel your pain. Best of luck to you, just keep your head up and keep workin hard.

    As an alum of the school, although I coach at another school in the HAAL, I do have some advice for you that I wont air out here. You can email me at msouza3@horizon.csueastbay.edu if u wanna hear it.

  • anonymous

    which team in the HAAL had the best LB unit?

  • http://haha.com Joe Latu #3

    Yeah im glad to see my brother Antione on here. Hes right there was too much talent not being utilized correctly. And im not really concerned weather or not i’ll get any recognition,because the biggest stat in football is wins.and im not going to say anything about our coaches,because i am just a player.I wanna put out one of my best o lineman whos name is Sione Hausia,and he also led our team in sacks with 6. Oh yeah and what kind of left guard do you know that can return a 90 yard kickoff return for 6. all im saying is our record really doesnt show how good we are.There are a ton of more players on our team that were good athletes,but i cant just sit here and talk about how good we were. And yes this was my first year playing football.thanks

  • Souz

    Was that dude #58? talk about the first O-Lineman to return a kickoff for a tug LOL

  • Souz

    errr nvm, sorry I read your post more thorough after I posted.

    But yea, that dude was OUT

  • cashflow

    joe latu shouldve been playing football since he was a freshman at Tennyson but he was too scared and thought tennyson sucked but tht is ironic cuz he went over to mt eden and they will suck for at least another couple of years and souz don’t u coach jv at tennyson

  • http://haha.com Joe Latu #3

    Ha.I knew someone would say something like that,but thats to be expected..i think whoever is cashflow doesnt know me.yeah i went to tennyson but i never made grades.i was cutting and all that.man if i was still there i wouldnt graduate.so is more than jus playing for yall.i go to mt. eden where i got my family backing me up.and i played with pride as a monarch.”Scared” how dare you say that

  • TrueFan

    Hahaha I’m sorry this is horrible teammates fighting teammates… Jv coaches giving private advice… Players bashing coaches

    1. Arroyo linemen that is one sorry display… nuff’ said
    2. Souz speculating what could have happened when you don’t have enough information on the whole situation should not be what COACHES should be doing
    3. Antione you guys had 37 passing attempts against Hayward and was sacked 14-17 times (your line couldn’t pass pro) and you guys typically had 7 in to block if guys went spread that would have meant 5-6 in to block which would mean bad things for your QB
    4. Cashflow that was a low blow and was extremely immature
    5. High school players and immature people should stay off this blog

  • Souz

    Yes cash flow I do…

    TrueFan, its just an opinion. Im not throwing anybody under the bus. And what exactly is wrong with giving a kid advice who goes to a school from which I am an alumni?

    I dont know, I meant no harm.

  • haal ?

    what happen to jones from sl?

  • http://www.youtube.com yup

    when will all-league and POY be decided?

  • http://aol.com GILMETE

    DJ INGELES IS NOT A VERY GOOD PLAYER ON MY TEAM…HE IS A BABY……ARROYO RT 70 is DJ INGELES, RYAN WESLEY’s COUSIN

  • LetsGEtit32

    Stockstill Ran The Haal…POint Blank, Major factor on offense and defense! won most games for hayward, withi hughes alongside of him