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Saturday night notes

Berkeley 38, San Leandro 7 — Ricky Galvin runs for 223 yards as Berkeley wins its first playoff game in 23 years.

Washington 19, Cal 7 — David Ross goes 9-for-10 for 200 yards and 2 scores as Washington picks up its biggest win in the past 15 years.

Foothill 59, Logan 37 — Oregon State-bound QB Sean Mannion throws for 581 yards and 5 touchdowns. WR Cameron Rowland caught 14 passes for 308 yards and a score.

Pitt 27, SRV 7 — Second year in a row SRV’s season ends against Pitt.

Valley Christian 35, Cloverdale 25 — First playoff game in school history is a win for the Dublin school … Cloverdale was 9-1 coming in.

Fortuna 36, Campolindo 20 — QB Tommy Stephens finished 16 of 22 for 193 yards with three touchdowns and two interceptions in the loss.

Las Lomas 38, Hayward 7 — QB Lucas Gorton throws for three TDs, Knights get out to a 21-0 lead and cruise.

Feel free to add on, everyone

Posted on Sunday, November 22nd, 2009
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Twitter scoring updates

I’ll be giving updates from the Washington @ Cal game tonight. -KB.

Posted on Saturday, November 21st, 2009
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Interactive playoff brackets

So, as everyone prepares for tonight’s first round, you may find yourself in need of some info on whatever team is coming to town. Well, check out our interactive playoff brackets for each division. It was created by Ray Saint Germain, and filled in with info by Chace and I. Check it out!

Interactive NCS football brackets

Posted on Friday, November 20th, 2009
Under: East Bay Football | 5 Comments »

As We See’Em – Playoff Week 1

Here we go….

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Posted on Friday, November 20th, 2009
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AV QB Stancil likely done for the year

Amador Valley quarterback Kean Stancil, who left Friday’s 31-21 loss to rival Foothill with a hamstring injury, is “likely” done for the year according to AV coach Rick Sira.

Stancil suffered a slight tear to one of his hamstrings and will need to be signed off by a doctor in order to play again this year.

Not a good sign for Amador fans as Stancil was really the player that kept opposing defenses honest all year with his big-play running ability. Even if he were to return, you have to figure he won’t be near near 100 percent.

Posted on Thursday, November 19th, 2009
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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.
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Posted on Thursday, November 19th, 2009
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Live chat: Two Geeks on prep football, today at 4 p.m.

Get ready for some in-depth talk about the upcoming North Coast Section football playoffs in a live chat Thursday at 4 p.m. with our “Two Geeks,” Ben Enos and Chace Bryson.

Posted on Thursday, November 19th, 2009
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East Bay Soccer League Outlook

So I don’t have enough information on each team, so I’m just going to do an outlook for each league and then you guys can critique it, add comments or let me know about any team I didn’t give any mention to.
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Posted on Thursday, November 19th, 2009
Under: Boys soccer | 8 Comments »

Two Geeks and a Bracket

This week, the Geeks get ready for the NCS playoffs by creating the East Bay’s first human bracket. Then, after a controversial pick, they simply try to stay alive.

Posted on Thursday, November 19th, 2009
Under: East Bay Football | 1 Comment »

FINAL BSAL stats — 11/18

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.
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Posted on Wednesday, November 18th, 2009
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