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Final HAAL stats — 11/17

Here are the final football stats for the HAAL. I posted the stats for the HAAL games as well. Enjoy.

Overall
Rushing (by yards)

Player G Rush Yards Avg. TD
Damion Rosby, Castro Valley 8 167 1,063 6.4 9
Harold Halcomb, San Leandro 10 149 1,005 6.7 12
Michael Young, Arroyo 10 130 991 7.6 13
Christian Batiste, San Lorenzo 10 133 804 6.0 7
Trent Trammell, Bishop O’Dowd 9 92 800 8.7 13

Passing (by yards)

Note: QB rating uses college formula

Player G Comp Att Pct. Yards INT TD Rat
Dominic Miroglio, Bishop O’Dowd 9 83 148 56.1 1,425 5 16 165.9
Brandin Murphy, San Lorenzo 10 72 147 49.0 1,119 11 13 127.1
Isaac Robinson, Mt. Eden 9 88 179 49.2 894 9 6 92.1
Nickolas Taylor, Arroyo 8 61 125 48.8 870 4 10 127.3
Chris Musni, San Leandro 10 60 131 45.8 772 5 10 112.9

Receiving (by receptions)

Player G Rec Yards Avg. TD
Fabian Arrizon, Mt. Eden 9 43 521 12.1 5
Eric Johnson, San Lorenzo 10 41 571 13.9 8
Terrence King, Bishop O’Dowd 9 40 882 22.1 9
Justin Porter, Arroyo 10 26 377 14.5 3
Ellis Cummings, San Leandro 10 23 278 12.1 5

Scoring

Player G TD FG 2PT PAT Tot
Trent Trammell, Bishop O’Dowd 9 19 0 0 0 114
John Hughes, Hayward 8 16 0 5 0 106
Michael Young, Arroyo 10 16 0 1 0 98
Harold Halcomb, San Leandro 10 14 0 6 0 96
Tyrone Ward, Bishop O’Dowd 9 13 0 0 0 78

Total offense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg,
Bishop O’Dowd 9 1,787 1,623 3,410 378.9
Hayward 10 2,480 825 3,305 330.5
Arroyo 10 1,652 1,293 2,945 294.5
San Leandro 10 1,809 1,000 2,809 280.9
Castro Valley 10 2,010 683 2,693 269.3
Tennyson 10 1,147 1,329 2,476 247.6
San Lorenzo 10 1,341 1,115 2,456 245.6
Mt. Eden 9 622 938 1,560 173.3

Scoring: Bishop O’Dowd 43.3, Hayward 35.6, Arroyo 28.2, San Leandro 28.2, San Lorenzo 23.0, Castro Valley 19.8, Tennyson 19.5, Mt. Eden 10.9.
Total defense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg,
Bishop O’Dowd 9 1,119 659 1,778 197.6
San Leandro 10 1,435 800 2,235 223.5
Hayward 10 1,199 1,249 2,448 244.8
Arroyo 10 1,745 909 2,654 265.4
San Lorenzo 10 1,482 1,385 2,867 286.7
Tennyson 10 1,923 1,032 2,955 295.5
Castro Valley 10 2,084 1,259 3,343 334.3
Mt. Eden 9 2,023 1,030 3,053 339.2

Scoring: Bishop O’Dowd 13.2, San Leandro 17.8, Arroyo 25.1, Hayward 25.3, San Lorenzo 29.2, Castro Valley 29.3, Tennyson 33.2, Mt. Eden 37.9.

HAAL games only
Rushing (by yards)

Player G Rush Yards Avg. TD
Damion Rosby, Castro Valley 5 111 783 7.1 8
Christian Batiste, San Lorenzo 7 116 725 6.3 6
Michael Young, Arroyo 7 94 665 7.1 8
Trent Trammell, Bishop O’Dowd 6 65 659 10.1 12
Harold Halcomb, San Leandro 7 98 632 6.4 7

Passing (by yards)

Note: QB rating uses college formula

Player G Comp Att Pct. Yards INT TD Rat
Dominic Miroglio, Bishop O’Dowd 5 51 92 55.4 899 4 10 164.5
Nickolas Taylor, Arroyo 6 56 111 50.5 816 3 10 136.5
Pablo Magallanes, Tennyson 7 60 135 44.4 754 12 3 80.9
Brandin Murphy, San Lorenzo 7 49 110 44.5 663 9 6 96.8
Isaac Robinson, Mt. Eden 6 58 116 50.0 618 6 5 98.6

Receiving (by receptions)

Player G Rec Yards Avg. TD
Fabian Arrizon, Mt. Eden 6 30 354 11.8 4
Eric Johnson, San Lorenzo 7 26 261 10.0 3
Justin Porter, Arroyo 7 23 315 13.7 3
Terrence King, Bishop O’Dowd 6 22 468 212.3 6
Devante McGowan, Mt. Eden 6 17 196 11.5 1

Scoring

Player G TD FG 2PT PAT Tot
John Hughes, Hayward 7 16 0 5 0 106
Trent Trammell, Bishop O’Dowd 6 15 0 0 0 90
Harold Halcomb, San Leandro 7 9 0 6 0 66
Tyrone Ward, Bishop O’Dowd 6 10 0 0 0 60
Michael Young, Arroyo 7 9 0 1 0 56

Total offense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg,
Bishop O’Dowd 6 1,296 1,054 2,350 391.7
Hayward 7 1,770 733 2,503 357.6
Arroyo 7 1,094 1,013 2,107 301.0
San Leandro 7 1,334 657 1,991 284.4
Castro Valley 7 1,462 402 1,864 266.3
Tennyson 7 718 971 1,689 241.3
San Lorenzo 7 950 659 1,609 229.9
Mt. Eden 6 407 662 1,069 178.2

Scoring: Bishop O’Dowd 49.3, Hayward 40.4, San Leandro 32.4, Arroyo 28.7, Castro Valley 21.3, San Lorenzo 20.9, Tennyson 15.6, Mt. Eden 10.8.
Total defense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg,
Bishop O’Dowd 6 672 409 1,081 180.2
San Leandro 7 734 653 1,387 198.1
Hayward 7 730 931 1,661 237.3
Arroyo 7 1,231 655 1,886 269.4
San Lorenzo 7 1,231 913 2,144 306.3
Castro Valley 7 1,362 998 2,360 337.1
Tennyson 7 1,570 841 2,411 344.4
Mt. Eden 6 1,501 653 2,154 359.0

Scoring: Bishop O’Dowd 12.5, San Leandro 13.9, Hayward 24.7, Castro Valley 26.6, Arroyo 26.7, San Lorenzo 34.0, Tennyson 36.4, Mt. Eden 44.2.

Tony Gonsalez

  • HAAL

    Any predictions for all league or mvp?

  • http://facebook.com Play Maker

    Offensively i would give it to Hughes, Defensively you already know: Micah McMurray for MVP.

  • http://facebook.com Play Maker

    But, does anyone know when All-League will come out?

  • trojan man

    what about rosby for MVP he missed 2 games and still leading rusher overall and leading rusher for haal play. thats some good stuff. even better since he’s only 5’5 playing against some HUGE guys. averaging 100 per game

  • JFree

    I think the toughest decision will be at running back. Definitely think Rosby should be there, but how do you distinguish Halcomb, Young and Trammel? Miroglio stands out at qb in all categories. Receiver is another tough call: King should be there with yards and average, but Arrizon and Johnson had solid years as well. I like Hughes for MVP as well (how did he get 16 td’s and not figure in the rushing or receiving stats?).

  • trojan man

    hughes didn’t have a great rushing game vs castro valley, where cv has one of the worst defenses in the league as of yardage per game/overall but i dont know how he did in other games

  • EF FB FAN

    Best story of the year in HAAL is Fabian Arrizon of Mt. Eden leading the HAAL in receiving. What a great accomplishment, given the rocky road that Mt Eden traveled this season. Congrats to coaches Perenon and Thompson for keeping the program together, making difficult (and sometimes unpopular) decisions and for finishing the season’s final four games. I saw their games vs CV and Hayward. I was very impressed with how hard the ME kids played, the passion that they demonstrated in finishing the games and the execution of their offense in developing the QB, the young tailback and how many ways Fabian was utilized to get open and make catches. The decision by Coach Perenon to return to his ball control style of offense, featuring the young soph tailback and giving the junior QB an opportunity to make plays and developing some great chemistry with Arrizon may bode well for the future of Mt. Eden’s program. Major props to the 18 kids who finished the season and represented the Mt. Eden community with pride and dignity. Now, give coaches Thompson and Perenon a good off season and summer of weights and conditioning. The wins will come in due course!

  • iplayfootball

    any predictions for top players at each postion on defense?

  • http://facebook.com Play Maker

    Im pretty sure Young and Trammel are way better quality backs then Rosby. He had those stats because CV really only had him and Sellers as there best skill players.

  • Matt Rempel

    I think the guys over at San Lorenzo deserve some consideration: Christian Batiste at running back and Eric Johnson at receiver.

  • JFree

    Good point, Matt. I actually think Mosi, San Lorenzo’s big tight end, was their best player (don’t know why they didn’t use him more). Definitely deserves consideration at TE.

  • JB”DON”

    After coaching in the HAAL for the 1st time Huges is the real deal !!! I watched him kill this league and i am glad that I don’t have to see him again. One of the best players in the east bay that no one knows.

    Don pride !!

  • http://InsideBayarea Melvin Lee

    I am the proud father of a San Lorenzo football player that I think needs some consideration for all league. Aroyal Lee #74 played left tackle and only gave up 2 sacks all year. I love Marcus Mosi as first team TE and Eric Johnson at receiver.

    Baptiste at RB and Brandon Murphy Should be considered for second team QB.

    Wait till next year!

  • Play Maker

    I agree Mosi was the leagues best TE. If SLZ had a QB that could really through, they would of done alot better.

  • Play Maker

    Taylor from Arroyo was way better than Murphy.

  • http://InsideBayarea Melvin Lee

    Overall Taylor and Murphy were pretty even, during leauge play Taylor’s stats were much better. During the year I had the opportunity to watch Murphy make some remarkable plays, but it’s what you do in the HAAL that counts.

  • League

    I dont want to be mean.. but both of those QBs just throw the ball up in the air and hope their athletes come down with the ball.

  • JB”DON”

    lol Arroyo doesn’t throw the ball in the air we don’t even throw the ball down the field so get the facts right.

    Don pride !!

  • haywards center #72

    john hughes didnt have a good rushing game against cv because i wasnt there to block for him, neither was our starting left tackle…i, center from hayward high, nephi sapiga, should have been 1st team center if not offensive lineman of the year.

  • Reality Check

    Well why weren’t you playing? Injury? Suspension? Attitude? Back-up was playing better than you? If you were supposed to be 1st team, then why weren’t you? I doubt if the Daily Review journalists would screw a player that was the clear cut choice for 1st team. Maybe you weren’t so good. I never heard of you. I’ve watched Hayward play twice. O’Dowd had the best line to me. Maybe the writers picked that center over you.

  • Reality Check

    Congratulations to the Mt.Eden kids who finished the season. Every time you see those quitters at school, look at their face & remember what a quitter looks like,remember how a quitter acts, remember what you never want your team to go through again. That senior class of 2011 with the exception of a few will be a disgrace to Mt.Eden football forever. And make sure that any underclassmen that followed along with those senior quitters are not allowed to play for our school again. Coach Thompson will get us back to the top of the HAAL.

    Go Monarchs!

  • Reality Check

    Fabian needs to work on his speed and I think he could get a scholarship. But we need to have a line that will give us time to get him the ball. Work on that Coach Thompson, Fabian could get some offers if you can protect the QB.

  • old timer

    harold holcomb, MVP of the haal hands down

  • trojan man

    Damion Rosby 2nd team running back? how is that possible?

  • Haywards Center #72

    I culdnt play that week because i was injured and i didnt practice dat week. and to let u kno i beasted odowds offensive line. their center was weak and i tore him, his left guard, nd left tackle up. Their center kept telln me i was beastn dem. and odowd might have had the best line, but that doesnt mean they had the best center.

  • Tony Gonsalez

    Guys,
    The All-HAAL teams are actually picked by the coaches and not us reporters. The only list we pick are the All-East Bay teams.

  • http://www.speedtechsports.com The Truth

    Chris Lee…San Leandro # 40 MLB, TE, FB
    A monster on “D”
    Big Hits He Is The defendive MVP
    and D1 ready. and should be all east bay as a LB ..
    All the guys that are talked about are X Crusaders…
    If thet all played on one team it would be crazy..!!!

  • http://InsideBayarea Melvin Lee

    When does the HAAL all league teams come out, I haven’t seen them.

  • http://InsideBayarea Melvin Lee

    When does the HAAL all league teams come out, I haven’t seen them?

  • Play Maker

    I went up against Chris Lee….not good. Maybe he is a coverage LB because he is certanly not a run-stopper. Best LB in league that i went up against was Jacob Finau from Hayward.