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2010 East Bay football leaders

I know we’re in the heart of basketball season now, but I promised I would get these final East Bay football leaders up on the blog so here they are. Please note these stats are for the regular season only (and appeared in the Nov. 18 paper). These do not include playoff games. Some stats you may have seen listed in bios of our All-East Bay football selections do include the playoffs, so I want to clarify that so there’s no confusion. We stop compiling East Bay leaders and league leaders after the regular season, since obviously not every team participates in the playoffs.

Rushing (by yards)

Player G Rush Yards Avg. TD
Jordan Sanford, Fremont 10 172 1,733 10.1 22
Ryan Toney, Valley Christian-Dub 10 125 1,538 12.3 22
Miles Long, James Logan 10 160 1,500 9.4 14
Lucas Dunne, De La Salle 10 161 1,499 9.3 26
Marquis Waters, Las Lomas 10 214 1,496 7.0 13
Aaron Prier, Salesian 10 117 1,435 12.3 14
Jared Leaf, Alhambra 9 180 1,381 7.7 18
Cameron Stover, Northgate 8 124 1,295 10.4 20
James Lewis, Pinole Valley 10 109 1,248 11.4 13
George Atkinson III, Granada 10 128 1,244 9.7 16

Passing (by yards)

Player G Comp Att Pct. Yards INT TD
Ricky Lloyd, Concord 10 233 330 70.6 3,340 5 39
Anmol Singh, Washington 10 145 243 59.7 2,190 12 29
Jeff Lockie, Monte Vista 10 140 228 61.4 1,948 8 21
Ikaika Woolsey, Salesian 10 99 167 59.9 1,885 7 25
Virgil Bridges, Oakland 9 97 220 44.1 1,670 7 13
Drew Reil, California 10 95 145 65.5 1,658 6 25
Adam Robinson, Moreau Catholic 10 87 195 44.6 1,590 9 17
Jamal Mayo, Skyline 10 81 165 49.1 1,575 11 14
Zach Kline, San Ramon Valley 10 121 210 57.6 1,486 6 7
David Camerena, Foothill 10 108 179 60.3 1,434 9 11

Receiving (by receptions)

Player G Rec Yards Avg. TD
Kelly Starnes, Concord 10 86 1,247 14.5 17
DeAndre Carter, Washington 10 65 1,047 16.1 15
Bryce McGovern, Monte Vista 10 59 920 15.6 8
Terrance Young, Concord 10 52 938 18.0 7
Brandon Wynne, Dublin 10 51 616 12.0 3
Cameron Rowland, Foothill 10 46 667 14.5 6
Tyler Amick, Granada 10 45 548 12.2 2
Casey Jennings, Washington 10 44 791 18.0 10
Fabian Arrizon, Mt. Eden 9 43 521 12.1 5
Eric Johnson, San Lorenzo 10 41 571 13.9 8

Scoring

Player G TD FG 2PT PAT Tot
Lucas Dunne, De La Salle 10 28 0 1 0 170
Logan Lisle, Berean Christian 10 20 0 6 33 165
Ryan Toney, Valley Christian-Dub 10 25 0 2 0 154
Jordan Sanford, Fremont 10 25 0 1 0 152
Matt Butler, Northgate 10 23 0 0 0 138
Cameron Stover, Northgate 8 22 0 1 0 134
Alec Pica, Concord 10 21 0 4 0 134
Kelly Starnes, Concord 10 17 0 9 0 120
DeAndre Carter, Washington 10 19 0 2 0 118
George Atkinson III, Granada 10 19 0 1 0 116

Total offense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg.
Concord 10 1,598 3,340 4,938 493.8
Encinal 9 3,226 1,007 4,233 470.3
Salesian 10 2,708 1,885 4,593 459.3
Valley Christian-Dublin 10 3,467 865 4,332 433.2
Northgate 10 3,212 1,119 4,331 433.1
Monte Vista 10 1,897 2,399 4,296 429.6
De La Salle 10 2,917 1,369 4,286 428.6
California 10 2,351 1,888 4,239 423.9
Heritage 10 3,006 991 3,997 399.7
Bishop O’Dowd 9 1,787 1,623 3,410 378.9

Total defense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg.
McClymonds 10 693 895 1,588 158.8
Berkeley 10 831 830 1,661 166.1
Bishop O’Dowd 9 1,119 659 1,778 197.6
James Logan 10 1,103 1,045 2,148 214.8
Ygnacio Valley 9 1,006 931 1,937 215.2
Pinole Valley 10 1,194 963 2,157 215.7
De La Salle 10 980 1,199 2,179 217.9
Encinal 9 998 971 1,969 218.8
San Leandro 10 1,435 800 2,235 223.5
Acalanes 10 1,568 757 2,325 232.5

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.

  • http://aol YoMama

    Even playing field. However, playoff games should count for something because some of these star players are the reason their respective teams made the playoffs. Put the playoff stats up also.

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

    We count playoff stats when we’re figuring All-East Bay, but we stop keeping track of the leaders and don’t have a file with all those numbers added it.

    I hear you in that playoff games count and we do use those stats for awards purposes, but it wouldn’t make sense to run a leaderboard where you include the playoff stats. It’s be like saying Tim Lincecum was a 20-game winner this year because of his four playoff wins. Yes, those four playoffs wins are significant as far as the impact he had for his team winning a championship, but you wouldn’t count those in with the regular season stats in calculating who led the league in wins. It’s not fair to the players who were good, but weren’t on teams that made deep playoff runs.

  • Joe

    Playoff stats for rushers (Via old racaps/Maxpreps)
    Jordan Sanford, Fremont 418 yards 3 tds 2 games
    Ryan Toney, Valley Christian-Dub 51 yards 1 game
    Miles Long, James Logan 47 yards 1 game
    Lucas Dunne, De La Salle 518 yards 10 tds 4 games
    Marquis Waters, Las Lomas 114 yards 1 td 1 game
    Aaron Prier, Salesian 486 yards 7 tds 3 games
    Jared Leaf, Alhambra-Injured
    Cameron Stover, Northgate 74 yards 1 td 2 games
    James Lewis, Pinole Valley 369 yards 4 tds 2 games
    George Atkinson III, Granada 387 yards 3 tds 3 games

    Passing
    Ricky Lloyd, Concord 68 of 109 for 1112. 13 tds, 3 picks, 4 games.
    Anmol Singh, Washington 16 of 37 for 121 yards. 1 td, 3 picks, 2 games.
    Jeff Lockie, Monte Vista 24 of 47 for 426. 5 tds, 2 picks, 2 games
    Ikaika Woolsey, Salesian 38 of 58 for 607 yards. 10 tds, 1 pick, 3 games.
    Virgil Bridges, Oakland-No Playoffs
    Drew Reil, California 13 of 25 for 154 yards. 2 tds, 2 picks, 3 games (didn’t throw a pass in the first playoff games)
    Adam Robinson, Moreau Catholic – No Playoffs
    Jamal Mayo, Skyline – Can’t find this one, but I know he threw for two tds, ran for another and had over 106 yards passing.
    Zach Kline, San Ramon Valley 40 of 63 for 429. 3tds, 2 picks, 3 games.
    David Camerena, Foothill 5-13 for 35 yards. No tds, no picks 1 game.

    Anyone else want to chip in on some of this

  • Ridiculous

    I think lumping the team stats all together is pretty ridiculous.

    Really? Valley Christian of Dublin’s offense is statistically better than De La Salle, Cal and Monte Vista? Really? Really? It’s like comparing apples and telephones… not even close to the same thing.

    If you’re going to show team stats, probably they should be broken down divisionally.

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

    I think everyone’s smart enough to realize that team stats aren’t the final say in who has a better offense. Of course, it’s relative to the competition. Remember, we run team stats for each league and that’s probably the best way to judge team stats since it’s relative to the other teams in their league.

    Remember too that compiling all these stats is pain in the butt work. To break them down by division is just a little too much to do.

  • ManDown

    Durkin, don’t worry about these people complaining about this and that. You have done a great job all year and work your ass off. Plus everyone knows that the “All Mighty” EBAL would be at the top of every list if you let these people tell it…

  • S1lverngreen

    Jimmy,
    Thanks for doing this…man down, not this year with the EBAL, Ricky’s numbers are off the charts!

  • Prep Fan

    With Cal having 4 playoff games this year and Alvarez gaining more than 100 yards vs. DLS at the Coliseum along with the other 3 games, he would most likely be in the mix for yards gained (not to mention yards per carry) if playoff stats were added. Although I don’t think he played against Castro Valley come to think of it. If he did, it was only a carry or 2 in the first quarter.

  • Joe

    Alvarez finished with 1172 yards in 13 games (didn’t get a carry in Castro Valley game). Still finishes short of top 10.

    Ridiculous-Really? Compiling stats is hard work. You really can’t look it up? Here, I just did.

    1. Monte Vista, De La Salle, Cal, Heritage
    2. Concord, Northgate
    3. Encinal, Bishop O’Dowd
    4. Salesian, Valley Christian-Dublin

    And yes, the offense you named is in fact better in terms of yards than all those D-1 offenses. That is because the measure here is YARDS. If you want to talk about divisions, look them up, or look at the league stats this very blog provides. Rant done.

  • ManDown

    The big question is who runs the best offensive scheme in the bay area?

  • Prep Fan

    It is hard to argue with DLS success over the years. Actually, it is impossible. Bergman has a nice passing scheme at MV and Hamilton showed this year at Concord he can get it done with the right athletes. Bilecci at Cal did a great job this year, but he is only 2 years in over there.

  • renegades10

    it would be pretty hard to say that a certain team runs the best offensive scheme in the bay area. first off what would you base it on. Points scored? Total Yards? Amount of wins? A great coach will tailor their scheme somewhat to suit the athletes they have. I am curious to see Concord next year and what Hamilton does with the offense. He had a great QB to run the Air Raid spread he used. From what I understand, there wasn’t much of a QB behind him. So will be curious to see what he comes up with. Bergman has been putting out top offenses for awhile.

  • football guy

    That’s easy concord high orf washington high with there spread offensives.

  • ManDown

    I’m not really impressed with Washingtons offense. Its okay but it is very simple and there is nothing special about it. I think Concord runs a very goood passing offense but there running plays out of the spread are simple sweeps, dives, and very few traps. His offense is going to be very hard to run without a stud QB.

  • Joe

    Rancho’s Veer is impressive in it’s own way. Not as intricate as some of those spreads. but very well run and interesting to watch. (I know it’s an East Bay site, but the question was about the whole bay area).

  • Paydirt

    Concord was successful because the QB had great vision and pinpoint accuracy in the pass-happy scheme AND because Pica was a two-way go-to workhorse in the championship run. Without Lloyd OR Pica, Concord probably loses the last two games.

  • Joe

    Top offenses with schemes (I only know some, is anyone wants to fill in please do)

    Concord – High-Powered up-tempo air raid spread
    Encinal – Double wing, power running with some shotgun
    Salesian – Balanced pro-style with split backfield
    Valley Christian-Dublin – Option offense, I want to say I-Formation
    Northgate – Double wing, run heavy, a few long passes
    Monte Vista – ?
    De La Salle – veer out of pro formation
    California – ?
    Heritage – kinda funky power running, maybe double wing?
    Bishop O’Dowd – Some sort of pro style?

  • MV Alum

    Sullas ran for 1289yds in 10 games (8 regular season) and he would have had well over 1500 if he played against Cal and Livermore…

  • Prep Fan

    I’m not sure how many carries or yards Sullas would have gotten against Cal, but propably over 200 yards versus Livermore for sure. He may well have ended up #2 in the East Bay.

  • MV Alum

    I was thinking 100-135 against CAL (close to 30 carries in line with what he had against SR)and like you said 200 against Livermore. Overall it is just great to see so much talent in one area…

  • Prep Fan

    If Cal is scoring 45 points on them, they are much more likely to be passing the ball trying to play catch up, but of course having Sullas may have made the game closer too. Maybe 250 vs. Livermore and 75 vs. Cal. :)

    I’m sure Leaf and Stover would have had higher totals if they got to play the full 10 games as well.

    I know RB Miles Long (great name) is just a sophomore, and QBs Lockie and Kline are juniors. Are there any others on those top 10 lists above that are coming back next year?

  • Joe

    Fremont’s Sanford. PV’s James Lewis. LL’s Waters. All coming back

  • Oh boy

    Runningbacks Jordan Sanford and Marquis Waters were seniors this year. Great talents-hope they play in college

  • Prep Fan

    Waters from LL isn’t coming back, as he was a senior this year. But WR Amick from Granada and QB Mayo from Skyline are just juniors.

  • Joe

    Oops. My bad on that one, coulda sworn Sanford was a JR. Oh well.

    I am excited to see Mayo go next year. Seems like another season when the OAL gets a shakeup.

  • thedude

    Thanks Jimmy!

  • thedude

    Hey I’m a pv spartan alumni. Lewis rushing was done in 9 games. In those nine games he played one was 1 carry 25 yards,another 4 carries 101. This Guy could have easly been close to the top of the list.

  • thedude

    Jimmy you’ve done a great job all year. Thanks looking forward to next year. Oh Ben as well. Thanks Guy’s.