Friday Night Lights 2009: 10-13

Submitted by Tim on October 13th, 2009 at 12:33 PM

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MI QB Devin Gardner

Last week: Inkster defeats Muskegon Catholic Central 34-19.

Gardner led the Vikings with 99 yards rushing and 110 yards on 4-of-9 passing.

He also had a single rushing touchdown.

This week: Inkster (4-2) @ Cleveland St. Ignatius.

Devin Gardner 2009
Passing Rushing
Game Result Comp Att Yds TD Int % Yds/Att Rush Yds TD Avg
Pioneer L 32-35 10 14 97 1 0 71.43 6.93 16 113 1 7.06
East Kentwood L 33-52 19 30 389 3 1 63.33 12.97 10 102 2 10.20
St. Edward W 14-7
Highland Park W 27-22 9 16 127 2 2 56.25 7.94 11 74 2 6.73
Bay City Central W 27-20 7 13 132 1 0 53.85 10.15 15 95 1 6.33
Muskegon CC W 34-19 4 9 110 0 0 44.44 12.22 99 1
Totals (4-2) 49 82 855 7 3 59.76 10.43 52 384 6 7.38

SC QB Conelius Jones

Last week: Spartanburg is killed by Byrnes, 49-6. The Vikings were without their starting running back. Jones was 9-24 passing for 106 yards and a touchdown. He also ran 13 times for 94 yards.

This week: Spartanburg (2-5) @ Mauldin.

Conelius Jones 2009
Passing Rushing
Game Result Comp Att Yds TD Int % Yds/Att Rush Yds TD Avg
Dorman L 7-20 7 24 42 0 0 29.17 1.75 0 0 0 -
Union W 35-0 7 8 88 1 0 87.50 11.00 9 57 3 6.33
Northwestern W 20-10 125 1 0 45 1
Sumter L 21-24 17 26 189 1 1 65.38 7.27 21 59 1 2.81
Greenwood L 9-21 15 25 219 0 0 60.00 8.76 19 36 1 1.89
Gaffney L 7-14 18 30 184 0 1 60.00 6.13 21 60 1 2.86
Byrnes L 6-49 9 24 106 1 0 37.50 4.42 13 94 0 7.23
Totals (2-5) 73 137 828+ 4 2 53.28 6.04 70 212+ 7 3.03

MI RB Austin White

Last week: Stevenson rocks South Lyon East 47-20.

Senior Austin White rushed for 234 yards and five touchdowns Friday...

The KLAA Central Division champion Spartans... led 19-0 after one quarter as the 6-foot-1, 180-pound White scored on runs of 15, 11 and 71 yards.

Stevenson went ahead 33-0 with two early second-quarter scores – a 1-yard run by Mike Beyer and White’s fourth TD of the night, a 31-yard run.

White, committed to Michigan, added a 3-yard scoring run in the third period.

This week: Stevenson (5-2) has a crossover game against an opponent to be determined.

Austin White 2009
Rushing Receiving
Game Result Rush Yds TD Avg Rec Yds TD Avg
Franklin L 7-21 14 64 1 4.57 - - - -
Howell L 14-28 16 119 2 12.44 4 59 0 14.75
Salem W 34-7 2
South Lyon W 37-0 8 173 3 21.63 0 0 0 -
Northville W 31-0 22 164 2 7.45 0 0 0 -
Novi W 14-7 28 133 1 4.75 3 34 0 10.33
South Lyon East W 47-20 234 5 4.75 0 0 0 -
Totals (5-2) 88 653+ 16 7.42 7 93 0 13.29

TX RB Tony Drake

Last week: Skyline beats Richardson 36-7. Drake ran the ball 13 times for 102 yards, and added a 15-yard pass reception. He didn't find the endzone in the game.

This week: Skyline (6-0) @ Richardson Berkner.

Tony Drake 2009
Rushing Receiving
Game Result Rush Yds TD Avg Rec Yds TD Avg
Kimball W 51-2 8 69 1 8.63 0 0 0 -
Bowie W 35-27 13 92 1 7.08 2 14 0 7.00
Plano East W 45-19 15 167 1 11.13 0 0 0 -
Lake Highlands W 42-27 19 226 2 11.89 1 6 0 6.00
Molina W 65-0 1 54 1 54.00 0 0 0 -
Richardson W 36-7 13 102 0 7.85 1 13 0 13.00
Totals (6-0) 69 710 6 10.29 4 33 0 8.25

TX RB Stephen Hopkins

Last week: Fluff, including that Hopkins intends to enroll early at Michigan. Marcus rocks Lewisville 56-7. Hopkins had 10 rushed for 110 yards and 4 touchdowns.

This week: Marcus (4-1) @ Southlake Carroll.

Stephen Hopkins 2009
Rushing
Game Result Rush Yds TD Avg
Grapevine W 62-28 13 87 2 6.69
Plano West W 35-25 28 128 3 4.57
Katy L 24-34 13 38 1 2.92
Tyler Lee W 17-7 22 118 1 5.36
Lewisville W 56-7 10 110 4 11.00
Totals (4-1) 86 481 11 5.59

LA Slot WR Drew Dileo

Last week: Parkview Baptist beats Northeast 41-27.

Parkview’s second score came when Drew Dileo ran it in from five yards away. Dileo had 44 yards on seven carries. He also scored on an 18-yard pass from Wilson.

This week: Parkview Baptist (5-1) has a bye.

Drew Dileo 2009
Rushing Receiving
Game Result Rush Yds TD Avg Rec Yds TD Avg
Christian Life W 60-14 1 50 1 50.00
Arcadiana W 31-14 14 77 0 5.50 1 35 1 35.00
Church Point W 54-0 2 40 1 20.00
Port Allen W 32-7 11 65 0 5.91 3 92 2 30.67
Dutchtown L 15-24 13 24 1 1.85 3 32 0 10.67
Northeast W 41-27 7 44 1 6.29 1 18 1 18.00
Totals (5-1) 45 210 2 4.67 11 267 6 24.27

millerhuron.jpgMI WR Ricardo Miller

Last week: Pioneer scrapes by Huron 23-19.

Sorise began moving the Pioneers down the field. And after connecting with Miller once once previously in the night, Sorise found a wide-open Miller for a 39-yard reception down to the Huron 5-yard line.

"That was the changing moment in the game," Sorise said. "(Miller) told me if he beat the (defensive back), just to throw it up, throw it deep."

Miller, playing in his first Pioneer-Huron clash, did the rest.

"I told Miles I would go out and get it," Miller said. "I went out and made a play."

Miller's catch left Pioneer only 5 yards from the go-ahead touchdown.

Miller photo by Melanie Maxwell of AnnArbor.com.

This week: Pioneer (6-1) @ Chelsea.

Ricardo Miller 2009
Receiving
Game Result Rec Yds TD Avg
Inkster W 35-32 3 70 0 23.33
Dexter W 45-0 2 100 2 50.00
Saline W 36-17 3 48 1 16.00
Arthur Hill W 58-20 1 20 0 20.00
Bedford L 21-28
Monroe W 41-6 3
Huron W 23-19 2 48 0 24.00
Totals (5-1) 9 238 6 26.44

OH WR Jerald Robinson

Last week: Canton South loses to West Branch, 12-28.

Jerald Robinson had 107 yards receiving for the Wildcats on five catches.

This week: Canton South (1-6) v. Marlington.

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MI WR Jeremy Jackson

Last week: Huron falls to Pioneer 19-23.

The River Rats (3-4, 1-3 SEC) erased a 10-point halftime deficit, using a Jeremy Jackson 5-yard touchdown pass and a successful 2-point conversion in the third quarter to cut into the deficit

Jackson photo by Melanie Maxwell of AnnArbor.com.

This week: Huron (2-4) @ Ypsilanti.

OH WR DJ Williamson

Last week: Harding falls to St. Ignatius 7-10.

This week: Harding (4-2-1) @ Massillon.

OH OL Christian Pace

Last week: Avon Lake beats Berea 42-7.

This week: Avon Lake (4-3) @ Westlake.

OH DT Terry Talbott

Last week: QB Braxton Miller returned for the Warriors. They emerged with a 21-14 victory over Fairmont.

This week: Wayne (4-3) @ Beaver Creek.

PA DE Ken Wilkins

Last week: Trinity is beaten by Belle Vernon 6-21.

This week: Trinity (1-5) @ West Mifflin.

PA DE Jordan Paskorz

Last week: Hampton loses to Knoch 7-10.

This week: Hampton (3-3) v. Mars.

OH LB Antonio Kinard

Last week: Liberty falls to Lakeview 14-21.

This week: Liberty (4-3) @ Hubbard.

FL S Marvin Robinson

Last week: Lake Region falls to Ridge Community 6-14.

This week: Lake Region (0-5) @ Frostproof.

OH CB Courtney Avery

Last week: Lexington beats Wooster 34-32.

This week: Lexington (4-2) @ West Holmes.

OH CB Terrence Talbott

Last week: QB Braxton Miller returned for the Warriors. They emerged with a 21-14 victory over Fairmont.

This week: Wayne (4-3) @ Beaver Creek.

WI P Will Hagerup

Last week: Whitefish Bay loses to Homestead 0-7.

This week: Whitefish Bay (5-2) @ Cedarburg.

2011 OH CB Greg Brown

Last week: Ross falls to Marion Harding 0-21.

Running several times with wide receiver Greg Brown taking the snap in a Wildcat formation, the Little Giants went from their own 10 to the Harding 38.

Brown, who by a coaching decision was held out of the first half, bolted 13 yards to put the ball on the Presidents 38.

This week: Ross (4-3) v. Napoleon.

Greg Brown 2009
Receiving Rushing
Game Result Rec Yds TD Avg Rush Yds TD Avg
Start W 24-7 3 39 0 3.67
Whitmer L 25-29 3 72 1 20.53
Columbian W 49-35 3 98 2 32.67
Benedictine W 28-21 (OT) 6 99 1 16.50
Lahser W 22-14 1 0 0 0.00 3 17 0 5.67
Findlay L 40-43 (3OT) 8 122 1 15.13 0 0 0 -
Marion Harding L 0-21
Totals (4-3) 24 430 5 17.88 13 79 0 6.08

Comments

Sgt. Wolverine

October 13th, 2009 at 1:19 PM ^

The weather was worse in the late afternoon, which is when the Huron/Pioneer game was played (due to a concern about post-game problems with the crowd, I'm told); it was kind of cold in the evening, but the rain stopped around halftime of the Chelsea game (somewhere around 8:00).

Yostal

October 13th, 2009 at 1:12 PM ^

Stevenson will be facing Canton High School at the Plymouth Canton Educational Park on Friday Night at 7 PM in the KLAA Kensington Conference Championship game.

stubob

October 13th, 2009 at 1:13 PM ^

Sorry if this has been covered, but what the hell crazy division is Inkster in? They play Muskegon CC, East Kentwood, Bay City and Pioneer? Those have to be like 3 hour drives from Detroit.

Sgt. Wolverine

October 13th, 2009 at 1:59 PM ^

I don't know if they're renovating their stadium, but I know they need to. When Chelsea met Inkster in the playoffs last year, it was a home game for Inkster; however, they didn't think their stadium could handle the game -- Chelsea fans were being warned to bring lawn chairs -- so they moved it to Romulus.

dtod

October 13th, 2009 at 1:29 PM ^

Am I looking at this wrong, or is Austin White's TD total incorrect? It looks like his most recent 5 TD's are not included in the total.

petered0518

October 13th, 2009 at 3:18 PM ^

Tim, on the annarbor.com website they include more in depth stats for many of the high school games. For example, Jeremy Jackson had something like 5 catches for over 100 yards or something like that, the exact stats are up. You probably already know this but Jackson's numbers aren't listed so I thought I would mention that just in case.

And now for my crazy based-on-way-too-little-evidence theory, I personally think Jackson is better than Miller. I have seen Jackson play in person, but not Miller. Still, when watching their highlights, I think Jackson is much more fluid of an athlete, and has at least an inch on Miller. Speed looks pretty similar, and Jackson looks stronger now than he use to.

Could be entirely wrong of course, but just my inconsequential prediction.

Tim

October 13th, 2009 at 5:23 PM ^

"FWIW, there is apparently a compilation of the commit stats to date on gobluewolverine.com

"FWIW," because the link is worth nil without a membership.

"Apparently," because I do not have said membership."

I'll save you the suspense: It's basically the same as what you see here, but formatted by retards, and not nearly as comprehensive. You'd think it would be tough to be that much less comprehensive when half of what they have is plagiarized from here, and half supposedly comes from the recruits, but whatever.