2009 CWAC football stats

October 21, 2009 

Here are the 2009 Central Washington Athletic Conference football statistical leaders through Oct. 20:

CWAC football stat leaders
Rushing Rush Yds Avg TD
Cody Nickoloff, Wap 152 911 6.0 13
Breck Webley, Qui 131 725 5.5 5
Isaac Anderson, Pro 100 719 7.2 8
Jacob Massey, Grv 131 678 5.2 7
Ivan Macias, Top 76 594 7.8 4
Carlos Ramirez, Top 126 590 4.7 7
Travis Flint, Eph 107 548 5.1 7
Parker Davis, Oth 85 483 5.7 6
Tanner Fife, Sel 68 463 6.8 5
Eli Curtsinger, EV 82 459 5.6 1
Matt Jensen, Oth 83 416 5.0 5
Rafael Osorio, Top 47 370 7.9 3
Manny Ybarra, Qui 70 346 4.9 2
Mike McKinney, Ell 61 286 4.7 4
Conner Meehan, Ell 42 284 6.8 10
David Charles, Oth 47 278 5.9 3
Passing Cmp Att Yds TD Int Rating
Ethan Sterkel, Ell 122 162 1999 19 3 214.0
Jeremy Cerrillo, Oth 31 64 521 11 0 173.5
Trent Douglass, Sel 41 70 525 6 0 149.9
TJ Finn, Pro 67 124 844 7 5 121.8
Josue Oros, Grv 26 68 321 1 3 73.9
Jonathan Janis, EV 30 85 428 3 11 63.4
Gabe Arambul, Wap 15 49 201 2 7 50.0
Receiving Rec Yds Avg TD
Kramer Ferrell, Ell 55 993 18.1 11
Dominic Garza, Pro 31 531 17.1 7
Adam Haberman, Ell 23 407 17.7 2
Jordan Cameron, EV 23 298 13.0 3
Matt Young, Pro 19 246 13.0 2
Quincy Davis, Sel 15 281 18.7 5
Jose Lara, Grv 15 183 12.2 0
Blaze Affholter, Ell 15 164 10.9 3
Scoring TD XP FG Pts
Cody Nickoloff, Wap 15 6 0 96
Ethan Sterkel, Ell 6 36 0 72
Josue Oros, Grv 7 16 3 67
Kramer Ferrell, Ell 11 0 0 66
Conner Meehan, Ell 10 0 0 60
Carlos Ramirez, Top 9 6 0 60
Isaac Anderson, Pro 8 0 0 48
Dominic Garza, Pro 8 0 0 48
Matt Jensen, Oth 8 0 0 48
Travis Flint, Eph 7 2 0 44
Travis Luke, Sel 7 0 0 42
Jacob Massey, Grv 7 0 0 42
Dylan Bolt, Pro 5 8 0 38
Breck Webley, Qui 6 2 0 38
Parker Davis, Oth 6 0 0 36
Quincy Davis, Sel 6 0 0 36
Brian Elgin, Oth 0 30 1 33
Tanner Fife, Sel 5 2 0 32
Ivan Macias, Top 5 2 0 32

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