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MVAL stats — 11/15

Here are the final MVAL stats for the 2010 season. I also included the stats for MVAL games.

Rushing (by yards)

Player G Rush Yards Avg. TD
Miles Long, James Logan 10 160 1,500 9.4 14
Roderick Johnson, American 10 124 1,104 8.9 12
Isaiah Cortez, Kennedy-Fremont 8 112 909 8.1 14
Shawn Wong, American 10 134 888 6.6 14
Damond Beasley, James Logan 9 122 750 6.1 10

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

Player G Comp Att Pct. Yards INT TD Rat
Anmol Singh, Washington 10 145 243 59.7 2,190 12 29 164.9
Nick Pohndorf, Newark Memorial 10 65 152 42.8 1,095 9 15 124.0
Ariel Hercik, Irvington 10 33 108 30.6 607 9 6 74.9
Jesse Ochoa, Kennedy-Fremont 10 42 91 43.3 516 6 3 85.8
Ryan Bua, James Logan 10 35 101 34.7 499 5 2 72.8

Receiving (by receptions)

Player G Rec Yards Avg. TD
DeAndre Carter, Washington 10 65 1,047 16.1 15
Casey Jennings, Washington 10 44 791 18.0 10
Joey Cantrell, Mission SJ 10 23 250 10.9 0
J.J. Jones, James Logan 10 19 336 17.7 2
Jacob Rael, Newark Memorial 10 16 251 15.7 6

Scoring

Player G TD FG 2PT PAT Tot
DeAndre Carter, Washington 10 19 0 2 0 118
Miles Long, James Logan 10 17 0 2 0 106
Isaiah Cortez, Kennedy-Fremont 8 14 0 1 0 86
Damond Beasley, James Logan 9 12 0 1 0 74
Roderick Johnson, American 10 12 0 2 0 74

Total offense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg.
James Logan 10 2,794 919 3,713 371.3
Washington 10 1,386 2,256 3,642 364.2
American 10 2,720 612 3,332 332.2
Newark Memorial 10 1,656 1,095 2,751 275.1
Kennedy-Fremont 10 1,757 531 2,288 228.8
Irvington 10 1,522 607 2,129 212.9
Mission San Jose 10 937 461 1,398 139.8

Scoring: Washington 34.2, James Logan 33.2, American 30.6, Newark Memorial 24.6, Kennedy-Fremont 15.0, Irvington 12.2, Mission San Jose 3.6.
Total defense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg.
James Logan 10 1,103 1,045 2,148 214.8
Newark Memorial 10 1,591 931 2,522 252.2
American 10 1,341 1,183 2,524 252.4
Washington 10 1,813 1,015 2,828 282.8
Irvington 10 2,083 1,037 3,120 312.0
Kennedy-Fremont 10 1,845 1,510 3,355 335.5
Mission San Jose 10 3,133 1,067 3,200 420.0

Scoring: James Logan 11.5, Newark Memorial 19.7, Washington 21.7, American 23.6, Irvington 28.7, Kennedy-Fremont 34.0, Mission San Jose 46.5.

MVAL games only
Rushing (by yards)

Player G Rush Yards Avg. TD
Miles Long, James Logan 6 93 1,027 11.0 11
Roderick Johnson, American 6 78 724 9.3 6
Shawn Wong, American 6 77 542 7.0 10
Damond Beasley, James Logan 5 59 481 8.2 6
Isaiah Cortez, Kennedy-Fremont 4 50 474 9.5 4

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

Player G Comp Att Pct. Yards INT TD Rat
Anmol Singh, Washington 6 90 137 65.7 1,481 4 23 206.1
Nick Pohndorf, Newark Memorial 6 37 97 38.1 682 7 10 116.8
Tyrell Lockett, American 6 25 48 52.1 479 3 6 164.7
Ariel Hercik, Irvington 6 21 58 36.2 416 5 5 107.7
Jeffrey Prothro, James Logan 6 20 42 47.6 364 1 8 178.5

Receiving (by receptions)

Player G Rec Yards Avg. TD
DeAndre Carter, Washington 6 41 750 18.3 11
Casey Jennings, Washington 6 27 487 18.0 8
Max Basilio, American 6 12 308 25.7 5
Tommy Stevenson, Kennedy-Fremont 6 12 169 14.1 2
Joey Cantrell, Mission SJ 6 12 127 10.6 0

Scoring

Player G TD FG 2PT PAT Tot
DeAndre Carter, Washington 6 14 0 2 0 88
Miles Long, James Logan 6 14 0 1 0 86
Shawn Wong, American 6 10 0 0 0 60
Casey Jennings, Washington 6 9 0 2 0 58
Max Basilio, American 6 5 0 0 16 46

Total offense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg.
Washington 9 1,090 1,500 2,590 431.7
James Logan 6 1,997 493 2,490 415.0
American 6 1,585 513 2,098 349.7
Newark Memorial 6 1,027 682 1,709 284.8
Irvington 6 962 416 1,378 229.7
Kennedy-Fremont 6 911 291 1,202 200.3
Mission San Jose 6 409 309 718 119.7

Scoring: Washington 45.0, James Logan 40.7, American 34.3, Newark Memorial 25.3, Irvington 14.7, Kennedy-Fremont 8.0, Mission San Jose 1.0.
Total defense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg.
James Logan 6 496 570 1,066 177.7
Washington 6 1,966 351 1,317 219.5
American 6 768 703 1,471 245.2
Newark Memorial 6 1,075 494 1,569 261.5
Irvington 6 1,261 594 1,855 309.2
Kennedy-Fremont 6 1,326 841 2,167 361.2
Mission San Jose 6 2,089 651 2,740 456.7

Scoring: James Logan 5.5, Washington 11.0, American 18.0, Newark Memorial 18.7, Irvington 27.0, Kennedy-Fremont 37.0, Mission San Jose 51.8.

Tony Gonsalez

  • fast and physical

    Berkeley by 14

  • Play Maker

    Are the HAAL stats done yet?

  • Tony Gonsalez

    Play Maker,
    The HAAL stats will be posted tonite.

  • allstar coach

    Logan in an upset over berkley high by 14 team may be young but are well coached has plenty of speed and berkley cant throw the ball at all. they will not be able to just run the ball down logans throat and berkley will fumble at least three times a very mistake prone squad as for the rest of the leagues teams in play offs all will be one n done especially washington how can you have the athletes they have and cant score against a sophomre secondary and have the best player in the league and cant get him the ball to hit pay dirt on top of the second leading receiver in league no touches with the other options they have #1 they havent gotten him the ball all season there coaching or lack there of will kll there season. american no players too small in size.

  • MVALFremont

    just beacuse a team may lack size doesn’t mean they have no players. a lot of undersized football players have more heart or just as much heart as compared to players in your mind who does have size. that was a big insult to the American community with that last comment as well as anyone who has ever played high school football that didn’t have size but played very well.

  • Bout the Kids

    Guess Allstar Coach may want to find a new career. I agree with MVALFremont. Yes, I want my team to win but I want to see all these young men grow to bigger and better things on the next level no matter who or what high school they attend. Part of our jobs as coaches are to teach good sportsmanship and that should start with the coaches themselves.