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ACCAL football stats — 10/6

Here’s the first installment of ACCAL stats.

Rushing (by yards)

Player G Rush Yards Avg. TD
Nico Murrillo, Hercules 5 71 536 7.5 4
Rudolpho James, Berkeley 5 64 436 6.8 5
James Lewis, Pinole Valley 4 50 406 8.1 6
Carvonte Hill, Pinole Valley 5 51 358 7.0 2
Michael Ned, Berkeley 5 54 356 6.6 2
Michael Cunningham II, Alameda 3 55 247 4.5 4
Joseph Beardon, Hercules 5 33 220 6.7 2
James Savage, El Cerrito 4 50 219 4.4 3
Andre Tyson, Pinole Valley 3 45 200 4.4 2
Elgin White, Hercules 1 12 178 14.8 2

Passing (by yards)

 

Player G Comp Att Pct. Yards INT TD
Byron Thomas, El Cerrito 5 49 91 53.8 870 3 8
Tom Ruckman, Alameda 5 38 71 53.5 562 5 4
Kevin Fortich, Hercules 4 29 58 50.0 430 5 10
Daniel Esparza, Richmond 2* 21 50 42.0 341 0 4
Logan Murdock, Berkeley 4 17 33 51.5 262 1 2
Craig Campbell, Pinole Valley 5 13 19 68.4 229 1 2
Steve Evans, De Anza 4 18 46 39.1 178 1 3
Jorden Webster, El Cerrito 2 4 9 44.4 163 2 1
Tay Holley, Pinole Valley 4 7 17 41.2 154 0 2
Rashad Albert, Berkeley 5 9 17 60.0 94 1 1

Receiving (by receptions)

Player G Rec Yards Avg. TD
Zach Alfers, Alameda 5 12 229 19.1 3
Rovante Burgen, El Cerrito 3 11 125 11.4 0
Ryan Carlson, Alameda 5 9 145 16.1 0
Nico Murillo, Hercules 5 9 93 10.3 1
Jalen Harvey, El Cerrito 2 8 229 28.6 4
Alexander Tapong, Hercules 4 8 159 19.9 2
Nehemiah Winston, Pinole Valley 5 8 150 18.8 3
Safi Hasseeb, Alameda 5 8 133 16.6 1
John Ruck, Alameda 5 8 49 6.1 1
Five tied with seven

Scoring

Player G TD FG 2PT PAT Tot
James Lewis, Pinole Valley 5 7 0 0 0 42
Armando Leon, Alameda 4 0 8 0 11 35
Nico Murillo, Hercules 4 5 0 2 0 34
James Savage, El Cerrito 5 5 0 1 0 32
Rudolpho James, Berkeley 5 5 0 0 0 30
Jalen Harvey, El Cerrito 5 5 0 0 0 30
Joseph Beardon, Hercules 2 4 0 0 0 24
Michael Cunningham II, Alameda 3 4 0 0 0 24
Maxwell Naterman, Pinole Valley 5 0 2 0 16 22
Sam Boyden, Berkeley 5 0 3 0 12 21

Total offense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg.
Hercules 4 1,001 430 1,431 357.8
El Cerrito 5 526 1,033 1,556 311.2
Pinole Valley 5 1,125 383 1,508 301.6
Richmond* 2 212 341 553 276.5
Berkeley 5 960 356 1,316 263.2
Alameda 5 405 562 967 193.4
De Anza 4 95 178 273 68.3

Total defense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg.
Berkeley 5 578 541 1,119 223.8
Pinole Valley 5 624 501 1,125 225.0
Richmond 2 339 124 463 231.5
Hercules 5 658 560 1,218 243.6
El Cerrito 5 1,050 214 1,264 252.8
Alameda 5 891 517 1,408 281.6
De Anza** 4 1,260 368 1,628 407.0

*Missing Richmond’s stats vs. Marshall on 9/4
**Missing De Anza’s defensive stats vs. Burton on 9/17

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.

  • Hey

    alameda got shut out by berkeley, FYI.

  • renegades10

    47-0. Thank you very much hornetfan, but i will not be eating my words. I told you not to get too excited about putting up 50 points and shutting out De Anza…So much for Alameda being ACCAL champs.

  • Hey

    Alameda will be lucky if they even beat Richmond this season.

  • 617lemon

    Kemp it may be time to let the rock call the offense. How’s that donut taste? Berkeleys rb had more yards than your whole offense. Island02-5 i told you this team reminds me of the ’08 team not ’07 like you thought paday! Good luck to all playing this great game. I’ll pray for kemps offense he needs it! Would you like coffee with that donut?

  • joe

    WOW, MISSING RICHMOND/DE ANZAS STATS…….. WONDER WHY THAT IS? MAYBE BECAUSE LITTLE OR NOO EXPOSURE FROM OUR NEWS PAPERS!!! NOW I COULD UNDERSTAND DE ANZA… BUT RICHMOND????? JUSST DONT GET IT

  • trueballah

    Daniel Esparza, Richmond 2* 21 50 42.0 341 0 4

    one player was recognized. it might be little, but he’s in there. these are the top players in the ACCAL. be proud that he made it.

  • http://ibabuzz.com/prepcorner Jimmy Durkin

    Joe,
    When teams play outside of the East Bay (both games missing stats were in SF), we do our best to get something there to cover the game but can’t always do it if we don’t have enough writers or freelancers to get out to all the games. If anybody at either of those schools has stats from those games they could send us, we’d greatly appreciate it.

  • http://aol Big Joe

    SPSV -2 guys who can take it to the house in any league- N. Patrick, the running back, big and has track speed, over 700 yds. now and Guillory, Hb and returner- another blazer with big time moves- can score anywhere on the field run, receiver, kick off and punt return. Their defense has issues though, not enough speed on line or linebackers.

  • ManDown

    Big Joe, how do you see next weeks game between Encinal and SPSV going?

  • Lucia

    I’m still waiting to see if there will be any kind of official punishment for the Pinole Vs Berkeley game. Pinole added extra time on the clock in the last 32 seconds of the game. Not just once but twice! People were yelling and telling the ref’s but they gave them just enough time to catch the winning touchdown. COME ON! HOW ARE WE GOING TO TEACH THE KIDS WHEN WE ALLOW OBVIOUS CHEATING ON THE GAME CLOCK!!

  • kd

    pv beat berkeley fair and square the refs control the clock and they added the extra time obviously because the time wasnt correct