Game Preview: Big Bear at San Jacinto

Ryan Kessman of the San Jacinto Tigers host the Big Bear Bears this Friday night at 7:30pm

 

Big Bear Bears (Big Bear City, CA) De Anza League @ San Jacinto Tigers (San Jacinto, CA) Mountain Pass  League

When: 9/29/06 7:30 PM

Head Coaches:

Big Bear: Dave Griffiths

San Jacinto: Bill Powell

 

Big Bear Record: Currently 4-0 after playing Vasquez (Acton, CA) (Big Bear Middle School) W 49-16, Aquinas (San Bernardino, CA) W 35-7, Grace Brethren (Simi Valley, CA)  W 49-14, Citrus Hill (Perris, CA)  W 35-14. 

 

They have given up approx 13 points a game. The Bears have 133 runs for 1031 yards (7.75 avg.) 16 tds & 29 completions in 39 attempts (74% avg.) for 481 yards 2 ints 4 TD's. 

 

Defensively the have 9 Ints (2 per game) already and 6 Fumble Recoveries, in this opportunistic defense.          

 

Last year they were 9-2 and gave up 14 point per game.  The Bears ran 390 times for 2471 yards (6.3 avg.) 41 TD's & 65 had completions in 124 Attempts (52.4%) for 1121yards, 6 Ints, 6 TD's. 

 

This Game last year Big Bear won an exciting game 21- 20.  Big Bear had 29 runs for 153 yards & 8 completions in 14 attempts for 153 yards, 1 Int & 1 TD.  Returning Playmaker QB Kriss Proctor, had 8 completions in 14 attempts for 153 yards, 1 Int. & 1 TD plus 14 carries for 112 yards.

 

San Jacinto Record: Currently 3-0 after playing Yucca Valley (CA) W 28-14, Aquinas (San Bernardino, CA)  W 27-13,  Desert Mirage (Thermal, CA) W 44-0. 

 

The Tigers have given up only 9 points per game this year.  They have 36 runs for 263 yards (7.3 avg.), 7 TD's & 58 completions in 85 throws (68% avg.), 780 yards, 2 Ints & 6 TD's. 

 

Defensively the Tigers have 4 Defensive Interceptions.  Last Year they were 9-4 and gave up 20 points per game.  The Tiger had 346 runs for 2071 yards (6.0 avg.), 29 TD's & had 159 completions in 256 attempts (62%) for 2407 yards, 5 Int, 19 TD's.

 

In this game last year San Jacinto had 28 runs for 183 yards & 11 completions in 25 attempts for 172 yards & 1 TD.

 

Returning and New Playmakers

 

Big Bear

 

6'1" 160 -2 year, 2 way Playmaker, QB/DB Kriss Proctor, has 29 completions in 39 attempts (.74%) for 481 yards, 2 Ints & 4 TD's & 32 runs for 406 yards (12.7 avg.) 7 TD's. 

 

6'1" 180 2 year, 2 way Playmaker, RB/LB Christian Metzger has 36 carries for 250 yards (6.9 avg.) 2 TD's & Defensively 30 Tackles, an Int and 2 Fumble Recoveries.  Last year this playmaker had 58 run for 368 yards (6.35 avg.) 2 TD's

6'0" 143 RB/DB Mike Mooney has 12 catches for 245 yards (20.4 avg.) 4 TD's, an Int and a Kick block.

 

Defensive Playmakers

6'2" 209 LB Jesse Ceron has 28 Tackles and 2 Int's

6'0" 153 DB Jake Meyer has 21 Tackles, an Int and a Fumble Recovery

6'0" 160 DB Kevin McCutcheon has 21Tackles

6'0" 150 DB Jacob Sokolowski has an Int & a Fumble Recovery

5'8" 157 DB Chris Amburgey has an Int and a Fumble Recovery

6'3" 167 LB Mike Aspiotes 2 Sacks

 

 

San Jacinto:

 

6-2 192 2 year playmaker, QB Chasen Stangel has 56 completions in 83 attempts (67.5%) for 775 yards, 2 Int & 6 TD's. Last year he had 159 completions in 256 attmpts (62%) for 2407 yards, 5 Int, 19 TD's. 

 

6'2" 173 2 year playmaker, WR Kenny Shaw has 21 catches for 355 yards (17 avg.) 3 TD's.   Last year he had 49 catches for 847 yards (17.3 avg.) 5 TD's

 

6'6" 205 WR Gordy Cooper has 15 catches for 163 yards (11 avg.) 1 TD.

 

6'0" 205 RB Ryan Kessman has 20 carries for 194 yards (9.7 avg.) 2 TD's

 

Defensively Playmakers (We do not have the number of tackles this year)

5'10" 195 #1 Tackler last year Seth Saenz with 80 tackles

6'1" 185 CB Curtis Baxter has 1 Int

6'1" 190 MLB Adam Castellano has 1 Int

5'9" 165 CB Diego Mata has 1 Int

5'11" 165 DB Brian Widgins has 1 Int

 

The Offensive Line

5'10" 280 Daniel Montesinos

6'7" 275 Ryan Dannewitz

6'2" 270 Matt Tayon

6'1" 260 Rene Marmolejo

 

My Final Thoughts:

 

The San Jacinto Offensive line has the capability of wearing down the Big Bear offensive line by the 4th quarter.  If that happens, San Jacinto has the ability to score quickly.  Big Bear will surely attempt to keep the ball from San Jacinto with that running game.  This will be an interesting game to watch because the strategies are so different.  San Jacinto throws the ball and Big Bears Defense will take the ball away.  Fasten your seat belts in this one.


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