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Final East Bay leaders — 11/19

Our final East Bay football statistic leaders of the season. Berkeley’s Rickey Galvin wins the rushing title and shares the scoring title with Las Lomas’ Marquis Waters. Monte Vista’s duo of Brett Nottingham and Bryce McGovern easily win the passing and receiving titles as part of the East Bay’s top-ranked offense. Berkeley also sneaks in to finish ahead of Oakland Tech as the top-ranked defense.

Rushing (by yards)

Player G Rush Yards Avg. TD
Rickey Galvin, Berkeley 9 188 1,917 10.2 23
Richard Calhoun, Alhambra 10 214 1,678 7.84 21
Ryan Murphy, Oakland Tech 10 230 1,585 6.9 16
Aaron Prier, Salesian 10 178 1,571 8.8 21
Marquis Waters, Las Lomas 10 200 1,514 7.57 22
Terron Ward, De La Salle 10 148 1,465 9.9 18
Demetrius Brown-Ryan, St. Mary’s 8 209 1,355 6.5 14
Evan Ray, John Swett 10 138 1,355 10.2 15
Jakari Johnson, Castlemont 9 199 1,348 6.8 12
Michael Cunningham, Alameda 9 178 1,268 7.1 12

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

Player G Comp Att Pct. Yards INT TD Rat
Brett Nottingham, Monte Vista 10 191 280 68.2 3,161 5 35 200.7
Sean Mannion, Foothill 10 206 346 59.5 2,659 11 20 136.8
Ricky Lloyd, Concord 10 171 288 59.4 2,449 14 32 157.75
Tommy Stephens, Campolindo 10 145 250 58.0 2,231 8 16 147.68
Julius Mozee, Pittsburg 10 127 226 56.2 1,828 11 21 145.1
Byron Thomas, El Cerrito 10 103 183 56.3 1,815 10 22 168.3
R.J. Cellini, Alhambra 10 105 170 61.8 1,574 6 17 165.48
Chris Musni, San Leandro 10 78 150 52.0 1,568 8 23 179.7
Cormac Craigie, Piedmont 8 90 183 49.2 1,460 2 18 146.5
Quinn Kaehler, California 10 81 160 5.06 1,448 7 9 136.5

Receiving (by receptions)

Player G Rec Yards Avg. TD
Bryce McGovern, Monte Vista 10 84 1,767 21.0 14
Cameron Rowland, Foothill 9 59 897 15.2 8
Colin Kacinski, Foothill 10 55 571 10.4 3
Robert Jiles, Pittsburg 10 54 846 15.7 14
Andrew Ahr, Campolindo 10 50 949 19.0 11
Najee Lovett, St. Mary’s 9 48 977 20.4 9
Corey Galindo, Concord 10 45 732 16.3 14
Jeremy Sites, Dougherty Valley 10 43 688 16.0 10
James King, Miramonte 9 40 772 19.3 7
Justin Berger, San Ramon Valley 10 40 693 17.3 7

Scoring

Player G TD FG 2PT PAT Tot
Rickey Galvin, Berkeley 10 23 0 0 0 138
Marquis Waters, Las Lomas 10 23 0 0 0 138
Aaron Prier, Salesian 10 22 0 1 0 134
Richard Calhoun, Alhambra 10 21 0 0 0 126
Ryan Murphy, Oakland Tech 10 20 0 0 0 120
Chris Morgan, Berean Christian 10 13 3 0 30 117
George Roberson, San Leandro 9 16 0 7 0 110
Andre Williams, El Cerrito 9 18 0 1 0 110
Brandon Williams, Deer Valley 10 18 0 1 0 110
Terron Ward, De La Salle 10 18 0 0 0 108

Total offense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg.
Monte Vista 10 1,307 3,234 4,511 451.1
Encinal 9 2,869 714 3582 398.1
Las Lomas 10 2,612 1,318 3,930 393.0
St. Mary’s 9 2,144 1,384 3,528 392.0
Deer Valley 10 2,945 961 3,906 390.6
Heritage 10 2,707 1131 3,838 383.8
San Leandro 10 2,229 1,571 3,800 380.0
Concord 10 1,294 2,453 3,747 374.7
Alhambra 10 2,163 1,574 3,737 373.7
De La Salle 10 2,761 961 3,722 372.2

Total defense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg.
Berkeley 10 772 881 1653 165.3
Oakland Tech 10 1,059 626 1,685 168.5
Pinole Valley 9 974 750 1724 191.6
Concord 10 1,227 741 1,968 196.8
McClymonds 10 1,575 466 2,041 204.1
Mt. Diablo 10 1,328 783 2,111 211.1
Fremont 9 881 1,046 1,927 214.1
Alameda 10 1346 832 2178 217.8
James Logan 10 1,026 1,166 2,192 219.2
San Leandro 10 1,404 809 2,213 221.3

Jimmy Durkin

I cover mostly San Jose State football for the San Jose Mercury News/Bay Area News Group, but also fill in from time to time with the 49ers, Warriors, A's and Giants.

  • ebal fan #2

    EBAL stats?

  • Jimmy Durkin

    Kyle was tied up covering state golf today, but I trust he’ll have them posted soon enough. He did give me the updated numbers for those who made the leaderboard here, so you can see a couple of the top guys.

  • Bob

    Jimmy,
    Alhambra’s total Offense is incorect: http://www.maxpreps.com/high-schools/ZTZmWZXOZkiJGfmnmCfvyQ/alhambra-bulldogs/football/stats.htm
    Rushing is: 2,256
    Passing is: 1,574
    Total is: 3,830
    383.0 average per game
    These totals came from all the box scores.

  • Jimmy Durkin

    Bob,
    I’ll have our DFAL stat guy check it out.

  • Yvfan08

    Bob one thing to remember is that the coaches are the ones that input the stats on maxpreps so they’re stats may be wrong as well

  • PayDirt

    The top defenses ARE NOT Berkeley or Oakland Tech. What at joke of a comment. This is merely the result of stats for WEAK leagues. TRUE.

    The best defense will be clearly identified in the NCS playoffs and it will not be Berkeley or Oakland Tech…duh. Think DLS, Deer Valley or Cal(?) but not Monte Vista. MV is the cream of the crop on offense, bar none.

    Good luck and good health to all NCS playoff teams.

  • THE G.O.A.T.

    weapons of mass destruction have been found somebody call bush and chainey. the weapons at SL state r a threat 2 the NCS rankings call 911 u’ve been hood wink lead astray bam boo zold the old bait and switch smoke and mirrors watch me pull a rabbit out of my hat nothing up my sleeve but these 17 inch pythons o say can u c god bless america nothing 2 fear but fear itself laws should b set up so no man fears another
    i hear u was looking 4 us well we at the front door

  • kjjk

    will u be putting up all league for mval and other leagues?

  • Panther Fan

    Congratulations to all of these great athletes, teams and coaches. These group of young men are truly the “Cream of the Crop.” These statistics are just numbers – it is what they represent that is important. These numbers are a reflection of hard work, determination, team work, commitment and ability.

    A much smarter person than I once said that “success is one part preparation and one part opportunity.” If that is true, then these athletes should be proud of their preparation and thankful for their opportunities to shine.

    It is also important to mention that the celebration of these individual accomplishments are actually a celebration of the entire team for which these young people play. Football, as we all know, is the ultimatet team sport. Football is not a game where any one player can do it alone. To be successfull all of the parts must commit to the common goal.

    Great job young people! You are truly a testament to a brighter future. Put your efforts into the life game just as you have done the game between the white lines and you will achieve greatness.

    The world is yours and everything in it….

    Go Panthers!

  • guru-black

    i guess all the best defense’s play in the oal & accal! come on alameda can’t stop the run or pass but i guess it helps when u play de anza, hercules & richmond these stats are bogus!

  • guru-black

    coach kemp i’m glad to see harvel got the playing he wanted. hope the charges have been dropped. i know rocklin will take of it i know he’s big on discipline. good luck on saturday i know you’ll get it done this time buddy unlike the other years when you were 1 & done.