Here are the final OAL stats of the season. Enjoy. They’ve been updated to include Jordan Sanford’s missing stats from Fremont’s game against Chowchilla, so his numbers are now complete and he finishes the year as the East Bay rushing champion.
Here is the Oakland Athletic League All-City team, as selected by the coaches.
Here’s the All-Bay Shore Athletic League football team, as selected by the coaches.
Here are the final MVAL stats for the 2010 season. I also included the stats for MVAL games.
Here’s the final East Bay football poll until the end of the postseason. Enjoy.
|1. De La Salle (7)
||Spartans complete first unbeaten regular season since 2007
||Grizzlies give DLS its strongest challenge of the season
||Ricky Lloyd leads Concord to outright DVAL title
|4. Monte Vista
||Bryce McGovern’s four TDs pace win over rival SRV
||Jets remain unbeaten in three seasons in the BSAL
||OAL champions cap perfect regular season with shutout win
||Falcons beat rival Amador Valley in defensive showdown
|8. Pinole Valley
||Undefeated Spartans enter NCS as No. 2 seed in Div. II
|9. San Ramon Valley
||A tie for sixth in EBAL is good for No. 6 seed in NCS Div. I
|10. James Logan
||Colts handle Washington to win second straight MVAL title
||Matadors stop late two-point conversion to hold off Livermore
|12. Bishop O’Dowd
||One-loss season nets only No. 7 seed in NCS Div. III
||Patriots edge Deer Valley to take second place in BVAL
||Matadors throttle Alhambra to win DFAL championship
||BVAL champs are .500 overall for first time this season
Also receiving votes: Berkeley (7-3, 6 points). Records are through Saturday. The East Bay poll is voted upon by the prep sports staff of the Bay Area News Group-East Bay.
The 2010 high school water polo season ended on Saturday with some great matches at the Soda Aquatic Center. Congratulations to the Monte Vista and Campolindo girls, and the Acalanes and Las Lomas boys for winning North Coast Section titles. It was the first title ever for the Las Lomas and Acalanes boys while the Campolindo girls hadn’t won in 10 years. Monte Vista’s crown was its fifth straight.
Our Ben Enos will bring you the latest news from Sunday’s North Coast Section prep football seeding meeting during his live chat at 3 p.m. Find out which teams get in and which ones don’t, plus get all of the first-round matchups right here.
We are heading into the final week of the North Coast Section volleyball season, as the semifinals start Wednesday with the finals ready for Saturday. Here is what is happening on Wednesday.
There wasn’t enough space in the paper for my entire story, so I wanted to make sure it got posted somewhere. Here it is, from Saturday night.
St. Elizabeth High graduate Ashton Purvis has been named the Track and Field News Girls Athlete of the Year. Purvis, who won California Interscholastic Federation state championship titles in the 100 and 200 meters in June, was ranked second nationally in the 100 (11.17 seconds wind-legal) and had the top wind-legal time nationally in the 200 (22.90).
Purvis is the second East Bay girl to win this honor in four years. Holy Names High graduate Ke’Nyia Richardson (long jump/triple jump) was named in 2007.
Other East Bay girls who earned Track and Field News All-America honors this year for top-five national rankings were Deer Valley graduate Chizoba Okodogbe (400), St. Mary’s Trinity Wilson (100 hurdles), James Logan graduate Thandi Stewart (300 hurdles) and James Logan’s Ciarra Brewer (triple jump).