Friday Night Lights 2009: 12-15

Submitted by Tim on December 15th, 2009 at 2:13 PM

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If you can help out finding articles on any of the commits, e-mail me, and I'll try to include your contribution. This should be one of the last couple updates, since every current commit's season has now finished.

LA Slot WR Drew Dileo

Last week: Pregame fluff. #2. Parkview loses to Notre Dame 14-7 in the State Championship game.

But on first-and-down from the Notre Dame 29, Dileo was hit on a short run, lost the football and Luke Bourgeois recovered. “We killed ourselves in the first half,” said Dileo, a Michigan commitment. “Just little things. We preach every week about the little things.”

But four plays later, on fourth-and-2, Dileo — the holder for what appeared to be a 33-yard field goal try — kept on a fake and was greeted by a wall of defenders for a 1-yard loss.

Oopppppppps. Article #2:

Michigan commitment Drew Dileo was limited to five carries for five yards and five receptions for 30 yards.

This week: Parkview Baptist (12-2) has finished its season as the state Runner-up. The chart below is a little messy, but the Total numbers in the last row are correct season totals.

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
West Feliciana W 23-7 50 1
Baker W 35-0 5 36 1 7.20 0 0 0 -
Redemptorist W 44-27 1
Regular Season (8-1) 50 246+ 5 4.92 11 267 6 24.27
Marksville W 40-8 5 68 1 13.60 3 74 1 24.67
Crowley W 38-16 1 5 87 0 17.40
Patterson W 33-21 114 1 1 23 0 23.00
White W 42-0 37 1
Notre Dame L 7-14 5 5 0 1.00 5 30 0 6.00
Playoffs Runner Up 5+ 68+ 4 13.60 14 214 1 12.23
Totals (12-2) 114 724 10 6.35 20+ 571 7 22.55

LA S Carvin Johnson

Last week: Pregame fluff:

Johnson, who is bound for Michigan, said he welcomes the week-to-week burden of a defense that ofttimes has to produce points and a short field for a struggling offense. “I would do it all over again,” Johnson said. “I don’t mind. We have understood our role since the beginning of the season.”

Preview fluff #2:

The heart and soul of the Rummel team is senior safety Carvin Johnson, a commitment to Michigan. Johnson has seven interceptions and two punt returns for touchdowns. “Carvin Johnson has been terrific. He is hardly coming off the field, playing safety, wide receiver, returning punts and returning kickoffs. We have done it in the past with guys like Craig Steltz, Terrance Dunbar, Nick Child in the playoffs, using our best athletes on both sides of the football,” Roth said.

Rummel falls to West Monroe 30-0 in the State Championship game. Johnson had 1 carry for -6 yards. Postgame coach reaction.

This week: Rummel (14-1) Finishes as State Runners-up.

Carvin Johnson 2009
Defense
Game Result Int Tackle Sack
Bourgeois W 26-0 1 1
Mandeville W 14-10 0
Fontainebleau W 17-3 0
East St. John W 20-14 0
OP Walker W 23-0 1
Brother Martin W 13-7 0
Jesuit W 21-14 1
Barbe W 24-21 0
St. Augustine W 7-6 1
Archbishop Shaw W 18-17 0
Regular Season (10-0) 4 56 1+
Captain Shreve W 10-3 2 2+ 2
Jesuit W 14-7 1 7 0
Hahnville W 24-7
Westgate W 7-6
West Monroe L 0-30
Playoffs Runner Up 3 9+ 2
Totals (14-1) 7 65+ 3+

Seasons Complete

MI WR Jeremy Jackson

Jackson participated in the Hawaii-Mainland bowl, with the Mainland coming away the 26-6 victors. Jackson had 1 reception for 38 yards.

PA DE Kenny Wilkins

His high school's coach was fired after the poor season.

OH S Ray Vinopal

Cardinal Mooney went undefeated and won the state championship. Vinopal's season stats, via Mooneyfootball.com:

Ray Vinopal 2009
Rushing Other
Game Result Rush Yds TD Avg DefTD PRTD Blk RecTD
Boardman W 23-17
DeSales W 21-14 0
Elyria Catholic W 49-20 2
Harding W 31-6 8 87 0 10.88
Lake Catholic W 42-21 8 129 2 16.13
St. Francis W 55-7 8 91 1 11.38
Benedictine W 42-7 6 59 0 9.83 1 1
St. Vincent-St. Mary W 34-9 6 41 0 6.83 1
Ursuline W 27-22 6 59 0 9.83
Watterson W 28-12 6 58 0 9.67 1
Regular Season (10-0) 48 524 5 10.92



Mogadore Field W 42-14 6 87 1 14.50
Hubbard W 55-0 6 55 1 9.17
Poland Seminary W 24-7 8 35 0 4.38
Steubenville W 45-7 8 70 1 8.75
DeSales W 35-7 7 75 1 10.71
Playoffs State Champs 35 322 4 9.20


Totals (15-0) 83 846 9 10.19 1 1 1 1

PA CB Cullen Christian

Cullen was 1st-team All-conference at defensive back, and an honorable mention at receiver.

WI P Will Hagerup

Whitefish Bay (5-5) has completed its season after a first-round playoff loss. Bob Parker hooked me up with season stats for Will, who was 1st-team All-State as a punter:

Will Hagerup 2009
Punting Receiving
Game Result Punts Avg. Hang Pooch In20 Rec Yds TD Avg
Regular Season (5-4) 20 42.90 4.34 sec 7 7
Playoffs 1st Round 2 52.00 4.39 sec 0 0
Totals (5-5) 22 43.73 4.34 7 7 15 187 1 12.47

Comments

Darth Wolverine

December 15th, 2009 at 3:39 PM ^

I am still extremely worried that Devin is going to decommit. The fact that he changed his mind about enrolling early made the fear worse. I know that he will get recruited heavily for the next 6 months or so. Got a bad feeling that the prick Urban Meyer is going to steal him from us.