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2010 football schedules

By Kyle Bonagura
Thursday, December 17th, 2009 at 2:00 pm in Uncategorized.

Scheduling always seems to draw a lot of interest, so I’m going to start tracking down 2010 non-league football schedules. Coaches can e-mail non-league games to me at kbonagura@bayareanewsgroup.com — fans who know of any games next year can just post them below in the comments section.

San Ramon Valley (3)– Archbishop Mitty-San Jose, Washington, Antioch

Monte Vista (3) — Serra, @Pittsburg, Hayward

Foothill (3) — Logan, Novato, (open)

Washington (4) — California, Amador Valley, San Ramon Valley, (Nevada Union or Deer Valley).

Logan (4)– (Tentatively) Arroyo, San Leandro, Foothill,  Heritage

Bishop O’Dowd (3) — Alameda, St. Ignatius, @Skyline.

Dougherty Valley (4) — Willow Glen, Kennedy-Fremont, Livermore, Northgate

Alameda (4) — @Newark, @O’Dowd, San Lorenzo, Encinal

more to come…

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  • Dbronc

    George Manley… The Monte Vista QB next year will not be the JV QB from this year. It will be Jeff Lockie, a sophomore who sat the bench behind Nottingham on varsity this year. He is thin (6’2″ 160) but fast (4.7 40) & very athletic. He is also point guard on the basketball team & was voted MVP on the freshman baseball team last year. Berman will play to his strengths as an athlete next year & move him around alot. He throws very well on the run. He has a ton of weapons. All 3 starting receivers & their backups return next year, along with a very good tight end moving up from JV.

    SRV is baseing next year on a successful JV team this year, but don’t forget that they did not move any sophomores up to varsity like DLS & MV did with their best players so their JV success is kind of an anomoly. They will struggle,especially early in the season.

    DLS only question will be who replaces the duo of Ward/Anderson. Houston had alot of success throwing because all the focus defensively was on stopping those 2 guys. They still as usual remain the team to beat in the EBAL with MV second & a whole lot of question marks after that!

  • http://ibabuzz.com PERKIN

    I’m hearing rumors that Encinal will be playing a week 0 game at the Battle at the Capital in Sacramento. Possible teams are Whitney, Placer, Oakridge, Rochlin, or Del Oro. Don’t know how truth there is to this next rumor but I’m also hearing that Encinal’s Pre-season will be the same EC, Alameda, Serra & they’re gaining an additional game because JFK Richmond is either canceling football or going independent in which case they will only schedule certain BSAL teams Encinal cetainly not being one of them.

  • s on my d

    Cal is going to smoke ebal opponents maybe even ncs only problem is dls but they a star in marcus prenot at linebacker along with 6 returning starts on defense and kyle alvarez in the backfield along with 3 returning olinemen with a 3 year starter in John sarmenta at WR

  • Dbronc

    Cal High?? No Qb – No chance!

  • s on my d

    nobody has a qb except dls like i said

  • Doug

    Hey all, Looks like John Lucido is getting the Antioch Head coaching job, so here we go another 2-3 years of losing,nice guy but he couldn’t get the job done as the D- coordinator, seriously though Antioch is doomed again, if he couldnt shut down some terrible teams how is he gonna compete ?

  • NorCalSportsFan

    SRV v Mitty will be a great match-up. Mitty will most likely be favored. They return lots of talent and will have pretty good speed. Mitty is a favorite to compete for the WCAL title.

    Key Mitty players:
    Kyle Boehm, 6-3, 205, Sr., QB,4.82 40, 4.03 shuttle, 32-inch vertical leap, a very strong and accurate arm, over 11 offers and comitted to Cal; Parker Smith, Sr, 6-4, 272, OT/DT, interest from several D1A schools at OG and Center, offer from San Jose State. Rocky Meszaros, Sr, RB/DB, 5-7, 180, 4.59 40, a D1A claiber polayer and has some interest; Jacob Barrow, Sr, FB/OLB, 5-11/207/4.90, another D1A prospect ; Thomas Muccullogh, Sr, TE/WR, 6-2, 199, 4.71 40; Greg Ruiz, Sr, S/WR, 5-9, 171, 4.82 40, honorable mention; Chris Eglesia. Sr, OL/LB, 6-0, 180, honorable mention

    Monte Vista v Serra will be another good game…Serra will be young but will have lots of speed. They have a strong armed D1A claiber QB, but strength will be their running attack which is deceptive (3 very good RBs and a D1A WR). They have given DLS very tough games- closer than Monte Vista. They may have more speed than MV and are well coached. Key Serra players:
    Andy McAlindon, Sr., QB, 6-5, 205, big arm and fast (4.7 40); Cameron Ciano, Sr, OL, 5-11, 230; and Kyle Rudolph, Sr, 5-10, 235, OL; Erich Wilson, Jr, 6-0, 190, RB/LB, “an explosive athlete on both sides of the ball and 10.91 100M in track as soph; Alex Bravo, Sr, RB/LB, 5-9, 215, all WCAL at LB; Eric Redwood, So, RB, 5-8, 160, frosh star in WCAL; Michael Tatola, Sr, DL, 5-10, 200, WCAL honorable mention; John Vincent, Sr, WR, 6-0, 175, 4.6 40, a D1A recruit;

  • s on my d

    I told you guys cal high was going smoke everyone!

  • concrete17

    ^^^^^^^^^Rip Van Winkle woke up…^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^