2003 BOWL SCHEDULE
Nov. 16 –
GRAPHIC EDGE PRINTING @ UNIV Dome, Cedar Falls, IA (Doubleheader)
Nov. 22 –
EAST COUNTY BOWL @ Los Medanos College (1pm)
PACIFIC GRAFFITI @ Modesto College (1pm)
PRODUCERS DAIRY @ Fresno CC (4pm)
SILICON VALLEY @ Foothill College (1pm)
NATIONAL @ TBA
SOUTH COUNTY @ Southwestern College (1pm)
U.S. BANK BEACH @ Santa Monica C.C. (1pm)
VERIZON SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA @ Chaffey (1pm)
WESTERN STATE @ WSC
POTATO @ Bakersfield Memorial Stadium
Nov. 29 –
CAPITAL SHRINE @ Sacramento C.C.
TRI COUNTIES BANK HOLIDAY @ Butte College
SOUTHERN CAL SEMIFINALS @ Hosted by higher seed
Nov. 30 –
DALTON DEFENDERS @ Coffeyville, Ks. C.C.
Dec. 6 -
CLO BOWL @ Santa Rosa College
HAWAIIAN PUNCH @ City College of San Francisco
SOUTHERN CAL SEMIFINAL @ Hosted by higher seed)
VALLEY OF THE SUN @ Phoenix, Az.
SEA ISLAND GOLDEN ISLES @ Glynn County Stadium, Brunswick, GA
DIXIE ROTARY @ Dixie State College
Dec. 7 –
CHAMPS HEART OF TEXAS @ Copperas Cove, Tx.
CALIF. COMMUNITY COLLEGE CHAMPIONSHIP @ Bakersfield Memorial Stadium
In California, No. 1 Mission will host No. 8 At large; No. 1 Foothill
hosts No. 7 At Large; No. 1 Western State hosts No. 6 At Large; No.
2 Mission hosts No. 2 Western State. Many playoff games will fill bowls, but
those that do not have playoff games will be filled by COA poll
A LOOK AT THE TOP INDIVIDUAL STATS LATE IN THE SEASON
RUSHING (Games) – Yards
Marc, HUDSON VALLEY (9) – 1,845
Harris, BUTLER COUNTY (9) – 1,439
Ross, BLINN (9) – 1,487
Turner, IOWA CENTRAL (8) – 1,300
Hall, GARDEN CITY (10) – 1,489
Smith, MINNESOTA WEST (8) – 1,191
PASSING (Games): Att-Comp-Yards-TD-INT
King, BLINN (9): 326-193-2,797-27-7
Coutts, SNOW (7): 285-154-2,050-23-4
Stevenson, NE MISS (9): 319-171-2,156-18-15
Davenport, MARIN (7): 292-188-2,299-21-11
Borovicz, SANTA ROSA (7): 248-146-2,090-21-11
Kozak, SACRAMENTO (7): 254-129-2,062-26-11
RECEIVING (Games): Rec-Yards-TDs
Turner, BLINN (9): 64-1,045-11 TD
Shelton, TRINITY VALLEY (9): 46-1,005-13
Ferguson, MARIN (7): 64-789-8
Brown, DIXIE (8): 38-669-11
Chambers, MONTEREY (7): 64-633-4
Dalton, MESABI (8): 43-616-8
PUNTING (Games): Att-Avg-Long
Paulescu, FULLERTON (8): 39-46.6 Long: 84
Rios, CISCO (9): 34-46.0 Long: 75
Lonie, ELLSWORTH (7): 35-44.2
Lane, BLINN (9): 28-44.1 Long: 54
Goss, SCOTTSDALE (8): 44.1
Hendy, DIXIE (8): 21-43.0 Long 59
BUTLER COUNTY 35, GARDEN CITY 28 - Garden gave the Grizzlies all
they could handle, leading 21-7 at halftime, but BC roared back behind RB Joseph Harris (21-147) to capture the victory. GCC led in most statistical
categories and Andre Hall ran for 204 yards on 39 carries, even outgaining BC
405 to 301.
COFFEYVILLE 34, HUTCHINSON 3 – Lee Baker and Arkee Whitlock rushed for a
combined 286 yards behind the blocking of TE Gabe Morse and OT Paul Soliai (9
pancakes). Baker had his 8th straight 100-yard game with 24 for 148 and
Whitlock chipped in with 21-138. Jeff Edwards kicked 4 field goals.
The contest was tougher than the score would appear to make it.
The Kansas Championship Game is SUNDAY AT BUTLER COUNTY, 1:30 p.m.
RECORDS SET –
LACKAWANNA WR Steve Banks set 4 school records in 37-13 win over Alfred St.
He now owns TDs in one season receiving (10), career (16), yardage (680) career
(1,031)…PASADENA's QB Luke Sniewski set a single-game PCC record by
completing 22 of 45 passes for a record 433 yards and 2 TDs in loss to El
Camino. Fr. WR Kris Riggins had 8 catches 207 yrds, 6 KORs 148 yards and
355 all-purpose yards. The 207 is the 2nd most in a game and his 87-yard
TD reception the 3rd longest. WR Blake Garrett also had 6 catches for
166…JOLIET DE Rob Ninkovich, 6-3, 238 recorded sack no. 16 in 34-13 upset of
Harper to become the single-season leader.
NAPKIN NOTES –
COMPTON RB Rod McNeal had a big day vs. Glendale. He ran for 137 yards
on 17 carries, and, while playing QB, went 5 for 7 for 33 yards. The
Tarters have lost starting QB Brandon Brooks with season-ending injuries…SNOW
was penalized 20times for 186 yards, but beat Mesa 19-15 in a game that saw OT
Duce Lutui, 6-5, 350, gain offensive MVP honors…REEDLEY continues to roll now
that QB Robert Johnson has regained his health. He went 23 of 31 for 286
and 3 TDs in 41-7 win over Merced and added 46 rushing…Stat ace Ron Siegel
says SAN FRANCISCO had 19 alums playing on D1 teams recently…SADDLEBACK
limited Riverside to minus-3 yards rushing behind LB Jimmy Ellingson's 9 tackles
and a blocked punt for a safety…BUTTE trounced Redwoods despite 20
penalties for 207 yards...MT. SAN ANTONIO had a 21-3 halftime lead and was going
for a game-clinching short FG, but a CERRITOS lineman got his hand on the ball
and blocked it and it was returned for a winning Falcon TD. It was the
Mounties' first loss of the season and a dreadful way to lose.
MINNESOTA PLAYOFFS start Saturday with HIBBING @ ROCHESTER and
MINNESOTA WEST @ MESABI RANGE, Both at 1pm.
MISSISSIPPI gets underway with PEARL RIVER at N.W. MISSISSIPPI and MISSISSIPPI DELTA @ HINDS.
TEXAS: BLINN @ NEO (2pm)