West's Faamasino takes over as CIC football's lead rusher

sports@adn.comSeptember 5, 2013 

STATISTICS

2013 Cook Inlet Conference Football Leaders

Top 5 through Week 3

Rushing

Att Yds TDs Avg

Lui Faamasino, West 38 296 4 7.8

Ed Hall, Eagle River 48 203 4 4.2

J.J. Tanuvasa, Dimond 21 182 2 8.7

Gabe Mingledorff 31 179 0 5.8

Roman Stephan, South 21 170 1 8.1

Passing

Comp Att Yds TDs Int

C.J. Toomer, Service 48 79 783 6 1

Jeremiah Maga, Dimond 29 61 373 3 7

Zyrelle Jones, Bartlett 31 75 353 4 4

Ben Stewart, Chugiak 18 49 207 0 2

Peter Kott, Chugiak 10 28 186 1 1

Receiving

Rec Yds TDs Avg

Edress Irving, Bartlett 15 215 1 14.3

Nyeem Johnson, Service 10 159 5 15.9

Leroy Elliot, West 10 158 0 15.8

Thavun Srisaneha, Service, 9 181 1 20.1

Marquez Buster, Dimond 9 172 2 19.1

* Statistics are unofficial, and based on game coverage by the ADN and other newspapers, and information provided by varsity coaching staffs. There is no official stat-keeping body for Alaska football.

High School football

COOK INLET CONFERENCE

Conference Overall

W L PF PA Pct. W L PF PA Pct.

Service 2 0 85 33 1.000 3 0 137 54 1.000

South 2 0 82 13 1.000 2 1 82 32 .666

Chugiak 1 1 14 13 .500 2 1 31 19 .666

E. River 1 1 65 64 .500 1 2 73 104 .333

Dimond 1 1 35 36 .500 1 2 41 60 .333

West 1 1 42 43 .500 1 2 56 67 .333

Bartlett 0 2 28 56 .000 0 3 43 77 .000

East 0 2 18 111 .000 0 3 18 143 .000

Week 4 high school football schedule

Wednesday

North Pole 61, Ketchikan 6,

Friday

Soldotna at Thunder Mountain, 4 p.m.

Houston at West Valley, 6 p.m.

Dimond vs. Bartlett, AFS, 7 p.m.

East vs. West, Dimond High, 7 p.m.

Wasilla at Lathrop, 7 p.m.

Juneau at Colony, 7 p.m.

Woodinville (Wash.) at Palmer, 7 p.m.

Saturday

Eielson vs. Barrow, 1 p.m.

Kenai at Kodiak, 2 p.m.

Seward at Nikiski, 2 p.m.

Homer at Skyview, 2 p.m.

South at Eagle River, 5 p.m.

Monroe at Valdez, 6 p.m.

Service at Chugiak, 7 p.m.

 

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