OAL stats — 10/18

Here are the latest OAL stats. Enjoy.

Rushing (by yards)

Player G Rush Yards Avg. TD
Jordan Sanford, Fremont 5* 98 907 9.3 13
Ernest Marshall, McClymonds 6 94 780 8.3 7
Daren Duong, Oakland Tech 4** 58 346 6.0 4
Jamal Mayo, Skyline 6 73 334 4.6 5
Denzale Johnson, McClymonds 5 53 291 5.5 3
Dewayne Ewing, Skyline 5 63 279 4.4 2
Devon Miller, Castlemont 3*** 32 267 8.3 2
Randy Fudge, Oakland Tech 4** 42 154 3.7 1
Virgil Bridges, Oakland 6 58 104 1.8 4
Keither Dodds, McClymonds 6 10 99 9.9 1

Passing (by yards)

Player G Comp Att Pct. Yards INT TD
Virgil Bridges, Oakland 6 73 154 47.4 1,255 7 8
Jamal Mayo, Skyline 6 50 94 53.2 834 7 7
Eddie Heard, McClymonds 6 31 68 45.6 724 2 10
Greg Pierson, Oakland Tech 4** 28 72 38.9 479 5 5
Eakalafi Okusi, Castlemont 4*** 27 61 44.3 368 5 3
Dionocio Espinoza, Fremont 5* 14 31 45.2 288 3 2

Receiving (by receptions)

Player G Rec Yards Avg. TD
Miles Gordon, Oakland 6 26 426 16.4 1
Dart McGlothen, Oakland 6 24 524 21.8 4
Lamar Blanson, Skyline 6 24 434 18.1 3
Marcus Peters, McClymonds 6 13 404 31.1 4
Corey Trosclair, Oakland 6 13 236 18.2 2
Daren Duong, Oakland Tech 4** 12 266 22.2 3
Austin Chao, Oakland 6 12 76 6.3 1
Devon Miller, Castlemont 3*** 9 151 16.8 2
Rod Addams, Skyline 6 8 109 13.6 1
George Varella, Skyline 6 7 100 14.3 1


Player G TD FG 2PT PAT Tot
Jordan Sanford, Fremont 6 16 0 1 0 98
Ernest Marshall, McClymonds 6 10 0 0 0 60
Marcus Peters, McClymonds 6 7 0 2 3 49
Daren Duong, Oakland Tech 4** 8 0 0 0 48
Jamal Mayo, Skyline 6 5 0 1 0 32
John Lewis, McClymonds 5 4 0 3 0 30
Virgil Bridges, Oakland 6 4 0 1 0 26
Eddie Heard, McClymonds 6 4 0 1 0 26
Dart McGlothen, Oakland 6 4 0 1 0 26
Jeremiah Walters, McClymonds 6 4 0 1 0 26

Total offense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg.
McClymonds 6 1,404 724 2.128 354.7
Skyline 6 832 848 1,680 280.0
Oakland 6 212 1,255 1,467 244.5
Fremont 6 1,072 288 1,420 236.7
Oakland Tech 4** 466 479 945 236.3
Castlemont 4*** 315 368 683 170.8

Scoring: McClymonds 37.5, Fremont 24.2, Oakland Tech 18.8, Skyline 18.3, Oakland 16.3, Castlemont 12.4.

Total defense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg.
McClymonds 6 502 542 1,044 174.0
Oakland Tech 4** 631 209 840 210.0
Fremont 6 811 689 1,500 250.0
Oakland 6 1,479 531 2,010 335.0
Skyline 6 1,590 648 2,238 373.0
Castlemont 5 1,033 1,079 2,112 422.4

Scoring:McClymonds 10.2, Fremont 25.8, Oakland Tech 30.8, Skyline 33.2, Oakland 46.3, Castlemont 48.2.

*Missing Fremont’s individual offensive stats vs. Chowchilla.
**Missing Oakland Tech’s stats against Del Campo.
***Missing Castlemont’s individual offensive stats against Eureka and full offensive stats Brookside Christian.

Jimmy Durkin

Jimmy Durkin is a sports writer for the Bay Area News Group.

  • brandonbeard

    Mack should finish out undefeated and get a shot in the NCS to compete for state! Dont see anyone in the OAL being able to beat them.

  • No chance Mack goes to State the D-II Rep will come from the Sac-Jaqcuin Section. OAL is D-II for state.

  • I think Mack goes down this Saturday to Fremont. I hear they’re running a tricky offense this very non-traditional to anything in the OAL.

  • brandonbeard

    I have to disagree. Mack plays defense and Fremont does not, they are very undisciplined. Mack will not lose to an OAL team. Fremonts offense is raggedy, they kids run into each other at times and they cannot pass the ball. They just run a version of the wing T and Double wing, very easy to stop with the way they run it, but I like their head coach though, he is a nice guy, But Coach Curt at MACK has his guys ready and hungry to win. No way they lose to Fremont

  • brandonbeard

    If they go undefeated they will go because they have some big wins and played a decent non league schedule with exception of the team from SF!

  • Unfortunately for Mack, the chances are actually pretty slim of going to state. They have to really root for Grant to get that Open Division spot because if that goes to DLS, Grant (assuming it wins the SJS) is a lock for the Division II spot. Now if this was last year and they were going strictly on school size, Mack’s chances would be VERY good because they’d be Division IV and I don’t think any Division IV team could boast the type of resume Mack has. But the set up has changed and that could very easily end up hurting the Warriors.

  • ManDown

    PERKIN, you’re right about Fremont. They are very good this year and have a stud RB. This week will be a good game between them and MACK.

  • eastbay football

    Ok enough of Mack playing in the state game, they have played 2 opponents with a positive rating by calpreps, it was cool they beat a Pitt team that is just getting started, but Mack would strugle to win league in the BVAL, DVAL,or DFAL, it’s the truth. They are a good team but they are over rated in the polls and the hearts of their fans.

  • EBfootball

    I thought in this new system for the state playoffs teams had the right to petition down if they have small school population.

  • EBfootball,
    The new set up is each team’s state bowl division is determined by their section bowl division. So in the NCS, where there are multiple divisions, teams can petition up within their section (you can never petition down to below your enrollment division) and that division then determines your state bowl division. So NCS Division I plays state D-1, NCS D-2 plays state D-2, NCS D-3 through 5 play state D-3, unless the school’s enrollment is below 400, in which they would be D-4 for state.

    Since the OAL is its own section and has just one division, it has been designated as Division 2 for state so that’s the only division Mack is eligible.

    As for the argument that Mack is overrated, I think you need to judge them based on their division to determine that. Would they be a contender in NCS Div. I (if DLS was out of the picture)? Maybe, but probably not. But if you look at them as the Division IV school that they are, there’s a good case to be made that they are one of, if not the best Division IV team in NorCal. Remember the enrollment is less than 250 at the school, so to judge them against schools with more than 2,000 is unfair. But judging against other schools of 400 or less and they start looking pretty darn good.

  • brandonbeard

    man u guys are going to eat those words, Mack will be Fremont easily in my opinion but we will have to see! Fremont has a good RB but they are not disciplined an d cannot throw the ball, and running the ball only against mack and winning, yeah right! Fremont is not close to that level yet

  • BVAL Expert

    This whole conversation is ridiculous… no way MAck can go to a state championship.. with the teams in their league that are soft as a blanket

  • EBfootball

    The way I interpreted the “note” for the re-classification for the state bowl games is that all schools that have a population of 500 or less may be considered for the DIV state game. It explicitly says this for the teams that are Nor Cal DIII state qualifiers (Section Champions from NCS DIII-V, SJS IV-VI, NS II-V, and CCS III-IV). But the Oakland Section qualifies for the DII state game. They should make this same exception for Mack being that it’s population is well below 500.



    it states OS (for Oakland Section) D2

  • EBfootball

    Yes it states that OS is DII but if the rule is to let schools 500 and under go to the DIV state game who qualify for The DIII state game, shouldn’t it be the same for all the divisions?

  • brandonbeard

    Well I guess my original comment was basically to say that they will go undefeated in the OAL, I guess maybe I got carried away wiotrh the NCS talk, but if they go 12-0 they should get a shot!

  • brandonbeard

    Like I said Mack gets the easy win! looks like the surprise was Tech losing to Skyline! WOW! Fremont is young and undisciplined.

  • Nfl

    Brandonbeard whats up with albany those cowards didnt want to play on friday.

  • brandonbeard

    Man I don’t know what’s up with that situation. Very sad though. I hear the HC does not have the respect of his kids and that he makes excuses, but man it’s the kids who suffer! But I hear that there was more to the situation.