Saturday, September 26, 2009

Friday Night Stars

Leo Pittman: The junior running back from Milan had 146 yards and one touchdown on 18 carries in Milan's 34-12 victory over Jefferson.

Daniel Jones: The senior quarterback from Airport threw 2 touchdowns and was 7 of 12 for 155 yards as Airport remained undefeated by beating Riverview 41-0.

Eric Zapata: The tiny junior fullback from Flat Rock ran for 3 touchdowns and 125 yards on 24 carries in Flat Rock's 38-25 victory over Huron.

Chris LaBeau:
The senior running back from SMCC ran for 189 yards and two scores on just 12 carries as the Falcons rolled to a 61-24 win over Grosse Ile.

Jim Cameron:
The junior wide receiver from Grosse Ile caught a staggering 15 passes for 216 yards and 3 touchdowns in the Red Devils 61-24 lost to SMCC.

24 comments:

Anonymous said...

dex teen...200 yards rushing and rob white 22 for 30 304 yards and 4 touchdowns....interesting picks

Huronleaguefootball said...

Well, I can't let this one slide.

I tried to pick one from GI that was more impressive. If you noticed the other stars were picked from "winning teams". Grosse Ile lost by 37 points! If I put 3 GI kids in there I would have to put in every kid from SMCC.

Do you see where I am coming from?

Anonymous said...

i hear you. just lookin out for my boys...your right though gi"s defense made the whole cc offense friday night stars

Anonymous said...

What a great reply by the host of this excellent blog! You might have offended some Red Devils though. Be careful though, make sure the next time you visit the island you "strap it up tight." haha.

Anonymous said...

Does everyone now realize who the two best QB's in the league are?? Robbie White/ Daniel Jones??? I rest my case

Anonymous said...

totally see where your coming from, huronleaguefootball i was wondering, who do you think is the best back in the league?

Anonymous said...

Leo Pittman

cheeko said...

Mike Pannone and Edmond Shinevarre are the best takling tandem in the Hurin league.............GOOD LUCK FOES

Anonymous said...

HLF...your comment is spot on, no Defense shows up for GI and get humilated by 37, I would almost say any indivual performace regarless of which side of the ball it's on isn't worth the Blog (paper) it's written on.

Another vote in my opion on the power of D and the why the fasination with offensive stats doen't tell the real football story....

GI put up numbers on SMCC D that were embarassing for SMCC, but not near as pathetic the numbers AND WAY SMCC put the smack down on GI D. Clearly something wrong and loose staps there for sure and if they don't fix it......FR might just knock the straps right off GI.

To you hahaha....No offense taken, rather a call to GI D.....WILL you "strap it up"???, cause the O is staped up tight and FR is coming to town and it will be rockin in GI. (and I hear some weather changes are due next week....WINDY and COLD)

Any score predictions out there boys after FR stunner Friday??

GI 34 FR 18
SITOFN

Anonymous said...

How about GI using its bench more effectively? Pretty hard for some of these boys to stay fresh when they play both sides of the ball the entire game...

Anonymous said...

15 Catches in a game, is that a Huron League record for catches in a game? 216yds may be as well..

Anonymous said...

Weclowski had 18 tackles against flat rock, just for everyone who said he was a one hit wonder. He now leads the region by a pretty good margin. he has 71 tackles. Its a shame he is on an underachieving chief team, he is the best defender in the league without a doubt.

Anonymous said...

I'm sorry but I find it hard to believe that he had 18 tackles in that game. i think around 10 is more realistic.

Anonymous said...

In my book, every kid who puts on a football helmet is a star. Some stars just shine brighter than others. But they ALL light up Friday Night! Can I get an amen?

Anonymous said...

The best back in the league is Jodeci Mays

Anonymous said...

Amen!

Anonymous said...

Weclowski had 18 tackles. He had 53 on the year going into the flat rock game Now he has 71. You will see when the monroe stats come out. So everyone can just accept that he is the best defender in the league. He is on pace for way over 100 tackles.

Anonymous said...

Chris.. you should do a blog on the best defensive players in the league.The huron league is about defense. A lot of people are forgetting that.

Anonymous said...

Yea I agree 100 percent! People arent paying as much attention to the defenses and defensive players in this league. Thats what wins championships. DEFENSE. I would enjoy a blog listing the best defensive player in the league as well.

Huronleaguefootball said...

I would like to do a defensive player profile but I have a hard time getting defensive stats.

Anonymous said...

Weclowski may be having a great INDIVIDUAL season, but that doesn't win games. As far as having the best group of line-backers? I would say Airport has that on lock with Nava, Close, Graves and Riopelle. Excellent speed on the outside, and hard hitting on the inside.

Also, Stats are on the Monroenews website, but usually a week behind.

j.w.

Anonymous said...

love seeing your offensive stat leaders...when will you post those? great blog by the way

Anonymous said...

No one is even on Weclowski's level. I understand that he isnt on a great team or a great defense. But that doesnt take away from how good of a player he is. He is already the defensive player of the year in my book.

Anonymous said...

Yea that kid really knows how to hit. Im a cc fan and what he did in the game against us was unreal. He almost carried that team to a win. I have great respect for him and the coaches and media should to. He really does deserve defensive player of the league.