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FINAL BSAL stats — 11/18

By Jimmy Durkin
Wednesday, November 18th, 2009 at 8:34 pm in Uncategorized.

Here are the final BSAL stats. Remarkably, there’s a dead tie for the rushing leader. St. Mary’s Demetrius Brown-Ryan compiled his 1,355 yards in two fewer games than John Swett’s Evan Ray, although Ray did it in 71 fewer carries.

Rushing (by yards)

Player G Rush Yards Avg. TD
Demetrius Brown-Ryan, St. Mary’s 8 209 1,355 6.5 14
Evan Ray, John Swett 10 138 1,355 10.2 15
Naji Patrick, SPSV 9 100 830 8.3 10
Tyrone Duckett, Encinal 9 67 738 11 11
Jonathan Allen, Encinal 9 87 634 7.3 4

Passing (by yards)

Note: QB rating uses college formula

Player G Comp Att Pct. Yards INT TD Rat
Cormac Craigie, Piedmont 8 90 183 49.2 1,460 2 18 146.5
Andrew Spivey, Albany 9 106 218 48.6 1,433 6 9 112.0
Francisco Torres, St. Mary’s 9 76 148 51.4 1,356 11 13 142.4
Adam Robinson, Moreau 10 84 178 47.2 1,149 11 15 116.9
Brandon Brown, SPSV 9 54 114 47.4 1,089 7 13 153.0

Receiving (by receptions)

Player G Rec Yards Avg. TD
Najee Lovett, St. Mary’s 9 48 977 20.4 9
Levy Wilson, Albany 9 35 428 12.2 1
Brannon Pantoja, Moreau 10 30 566 18.9 5
Joey Andrada, Piedmont 8 29 615 21.2 8
Robert Crowley, Albany 9 24 257 10.7 0

Scoring

Player G TD FG 2PT PAT Tot
Najee Lovett, St. Mary’s 9 13 0 3 11 95
Demetrius Brown-Ryan, St. Mary’s 8 15 0 2 0 94
Evan Ray, John Swett 10 15 0 0 0 90
Joey Fiandor, Moreau 10 12 0 1 0 74
Robbie Inch, Piedmont 9 11 0 1 0 68

Total offense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg.
Encinal 9 2,869 714 3582 398.1
St. Mary’s 9 2,144 1,384 3,528 392.0
St. Patrick-St. Vincent 9 1,959 1,195 3,154 350.4
Piedmont 9 1,222 1,657 2,879 319.9
Moreau Catholic 10 1,539 1,291 2,830 283.0
John Swett 10 2,266 409 2,675 267.5
Albany 9 976 1,428 2,404 267.1

Scoring: Encinal 40.5, St. Patrick-St. Vincent 35.1, Piedmont 34.2, St. Mary’s 32.1, Moreau Catholic 26.9, Albany 18.5, John Swett 19.1.

Total defense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg.
Encinal 9 1,259 897 2,156 239.6
St. Mary’s 9 1,602 947 2,549 283.2
St. Patrick-St. Vincent 9 1,704 1,005 2,709 301.0
Piedmont 9 1,786 1,121 2,907 323.0
Moreau Catholic 10 1,867 1,444 3,311 331.1
John Swett* 9 2,077 915 2,992 332.4
Albany 9 2,411 1,188 3,599 399.9

*Missing John Swett’s defensive stats vs. Lower Lake

Scoring: Encinal 15.3, St. Mary’s 20.0, St. Patrick-St. Vincent 25.0, Piedmont 26.4, John Swett 33.5, Moreau Catholic 33.8, Albany 39.8.

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  • bob

    Dead tie. Let’s be fair. If you’re going to write that one player reached his yards and 2 fewer games, why not add that the other player reached the same yards in 71 fewer carries.

  • jdurkin

    Very true Bob.

  • Panther Fan

    Bob – I am glad you are speaking up for Evan Ray. I actually posted a comment about him after SM played Swett. He is a very good player. I was so impressed with him. His team was getting blown out and he competed on every play. In fact, DBR would have the title outright had Mr. Ray not run him down on a long run, late in the 3rd quarter. DBR had no idea he was on the come and was denied a TD by the hustle of Mr. Ray. Impressive.

    I do want to touch on this issue of amount of carries. I have spoken to it before, but I felt compelled to address it again. I did not take your comments as a knock at all, but many have referred to the amount of carries as dimishing rushing stats.

    Most of the offenses in the BSAL have multiple running threats. Many of the offenses are veers or wing-t’s. As we all know those are offenses of deception and ball faking. They are great offenses to run that depend on multiple threats and mis-direction. SM has predominately run out of the I, traditional 2 back sets (TB and FB), and slot back formations. Obviously one back has carried most of the load. To be able to produce when everyone knows who is getting it is a testament to the RB and his O-line. So, number of carries is not an accurate comparision as to a RB’s effectiveness.

    That being said, I think it is completely appropriate to point out that E. Ray shares the rushing title with 71 less carries, and equally appropriate to mention that DBR shares it with 2 less games played.

    Sometimes 2 things can be equally true. :-)

    Go Panthers!

  • bob

    More games, less carries, number of touchdowns, average yards per carry, whether the whole game was played, etc. Every reader interprets things differently. But no one can deny that rushing over 1300 yards in a season is awesome. PERIOD!

  • Panther Fan

    Bob – Amen brother! You said what I was trying to say much more efficiently. Kind of like E. Ray’s rushing stats over DBR!! LOL!

    Go Panthers! And Go Brevity!!

  • bob

    LOL! You’re funny. And if DBR was reading this, he’d say, “#1 Seed”.

  • bryan

    does anyone know when the all league results are coming out? or where i can see them?