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Gavin Knoblich finished second in touchdowns and points, third in receiving yards and fifth in tackles for Coupeville football this season. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Welcome back to contentious corner, for the final time.

Tracking football stats is a tricky business, especially when multiple people are recording said info.

So, as I present the season-ending stat totals for Coupeville High School’s gridiron squad, keep in mind, I’m just the messenger.

I can stand behind some stats (touchdowns, PATS, interceptions, etc.) with rock-solid faith.

With a few others which involve yardage or tackle totals, I understand the arguments on both sides, but this is what I have been given.

If there’s someone out there with more football knowledge than me, and a HUDL password, feel free to go review the last nine weeks of film and tell me what you see.

Until then, here’s our best guess.

 

CHS football stats (final):

 

OFFENSE:

Passing:

Dawson Houston 53-95 for 637 yards with 5 TDs
Shane Losey 7-16 for 64 yards
Sean Toomey-Stout 2-2 for 35 yards

Receiving:

Toomey-Stout 20 receptions for 284 yards
Dane Lucero 10-131
Gavin Knoblich 11-96
Losey 7-81
Matt Hilborn 7-48
Derek Leyva 2-47
Jake Pease 3-33
Ben Smith 1-13
Gabe Shaw 1-3

Rushing:

Toomey-Stout 143 carries for 1095 yards
Hilborn 30-148
Losey 28-102
Chris Battaglia 13-63
Andrew Martin 15-54
Xavier Murdy 6-28
Gavin Straub 7-24
Leyva 8-15
Lucero 3-10
Alex Turner 6-8
Smith 1-(-3)
Houston 29-(-78)

Total Yards (Rush/Pass/Rec):

Toomey-Stout 1414
Houston 559
Losey 247
Hilborn 196
Lucero 141
Knoblich 96
Battaglia 63
Leyva 62
Martin 54
Pease 33
Murdy 28
Straub 24
Smith 10
Turner 8
Shaw 3

Touchdowns:

Toomey-Stout 10
Knoblich 2
Battaglia 1
Hilborn 1
Houston 1
Losey 1
Pease 1

PATs:

Murdy 4
Leyva 2

Conversions:

Hilborn 1
Knoblich 1
Pease 1

Points:

Toomey-Stout 60
Knoblich 14
Hilborn 8
Pease 8
Battaglia 6
Houston 6
Losey 6
Murdy 4
Leyva 2

 

DEFENSE:

Tackles:

Turner 86
Toomey-Stout 70
Lucero 39
Martin 35
Knoblich 33
Losey 30
Battaglia 29
Hilborn 26
Ryan Labrador 25
Matt Stevens 20
Pease 12
Gavin St Onge 12
Isaiah Bittner 5
Leyva 5
Murdy 5
Brian Casey 4
Miles Davidson 4
Straub 4
Cameron Dahl 2
Shaw 2
Smith 2
Houston
 1

Interceptions:

Toomey-Stout 2
Hilborn 1
Knoblich 1
Martin 1

Fumble recoveries:

Toomey-Stout 2
Hilborn 1
Knoblich 1
Labrador 1
Leyva 1
Pease 1
Turner 1

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Before an injury derailed his senior season, Jake Pease put up solid numbers as a receiver and a defender. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Perfect? No. Pretty close? Yes.

The stats game is a tricky one, especially when multiple people have been involved, and everything is being done live, often from less-than-desirable sight lines.

So, while no one is claiming the Coupeville High School football stats below are flawless (for one thing, we’re still missing numbers from one game), they at least give you a general idea of how the 2018 season has played out.

And it’s safe to say Sean Toomey-Stout, who leads the team in seven different categories, is far and away the team MVP.

Of that, there is no controversy.

Everything else? Let the arguing begin, while remembering, I am the messenger only.

And PS, if there’s someone out there with more football knowledge than me who wants to go through the footage for all eight games on HUDL and slap some refined season-to-date numbers on my doorstep, you know where to reach me.

 

CHS football stats (minus King’s game):

 

OFFENSE:

Passing:

Dawson Houston 44-78 for 557 yards with 5 TDs
Shane Losey 5-11 for 26 yards
Sean Toomey-Stout 1-1 for 20 yards

Receiving:

Toomey-Stout 12 receptions for 185 yards
Dane Lucero 7-108
Gavin Knoblich 8-79
Losey 4-78
Matt Hilborn 7-48
Derek Leyva 2-47
Jake Pease 3-33
Ben Smith 1-13
Gabe Shaw 1-3

Rushing:

Toomey-Stout 108 carries for 927 yards
Hilborn 23-135
Chris Battaglia 13-63
Losey 22-59
Xavier Murdy 6-28
Andrew Martin 8-27
Gavin Straub 6-21
Lucero 2-9
Alex Turner 6-8
Smith 1-(-3)
Leyva 3-(-9)
Houston 23-(-57)

Total Yards (Rush/Pass/Rec):

Toomey-Stout 1132
Houston 500
Hilborn 183
Losey 163
Lucero 117
Knoblich 79
Battaglia 63
Leyva 38
Pease 33
Murdy 28
Martin 27
Straub 21
Smith 10
Turner 8
Shaw 3

Touchdowns:

Toomey-Stout 10
Knoblich 2
Battaglia 1
Hilborn 1
Houston 1
Losey 1
Pease 1

PATs:

Murdy 4
Leyva 2

Conversions:

Hilborn 1
Knoblich 1
Pease 1

Points:

Toomey-Stout 60
Knoblich 14
Hilborn 8
Pease 8
Battaglia 6
Houston 6
Losey 6
Murdy 4
Leyva 2

 

DEFENSE:

Tackles:

Turner 72
Toomey-Stout 59
Lucero 34
Knoblich 30
Martin 30
Hilborn 24
Battaglia 23
Ryan Labrador 22
Losey 
22
Matt Stevens 14
Pease
 12
Gavin St Onge
8
Isaiah Bittner 
5
Murdy
5
Brian Casey 
4
Miles Davidson 
4
Straub 4
Leyva
3
Ben Smith 
2
Houston
 1
Shaw
1

Interceptions:

Toomey-Stout 2
Hilborn 1
Knoblich 1
Martin 1

Fumble recoveries:

Toomey-Stout 2
Hilborn 1
Knoblich 1
Labrador 1
Leyva 1
Pease 1
Turner 1

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Andrew Martin was credited with six tackles in Friday’s loss to Sultan. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Work with what you have.

Sultan’s hard-hitting (and chippy) defense limited a lot of what Coupeville wanted to do Friday night, resulting in a 38-6 Turk win at Mickey Clark Field.

But, even in a loss, there are stats to ponder, mull over, and argue about.

So wander down below, and you’ll see what I was given for week #6.

The stats were compiled by injured Wolf Jake Pease, who was (relatively) high above the field, in Coupeville’s new press box – where awkward sight lines are the order of the day.

 

OFFENSE:

Passing:

Dawson Houston 2-6 for 33 yards
Shane Losey 5-11 for 26 yards

Receiving:

Sean Toomey-Stout 2 receptions for 27 yards
Dane Lucero 2-16
Gavin Knoblich 1-10
Matt Hilborn 1-3
Gabe Shaw 1-3

Rushing:

Toomey-Stout 16 carries for 62 yards
Losey 7-4
Hilborn 9-2
Derek Leyva 1-(-6)
Houston 5-(-20)

Total Yards (Rush/Pass/Rec):

Toomey-Stout 89
Losey 30
Lucero 16
Houston 13
Knoblich 10
Hilborn 5
Shaw 3

Touchdowns:

Toomey-Stout 1

Points:

Toomey-Stout 6

 

DEFENSE:

Tackles:

Alex Turner 10
Toomey-Stout 8
Andrew Martin 6
Hilborn 5
Knoblich 4
Lucero 4
Ryan Labrador 
3
Losey 
3
Gavin St Onge
3
Leyva
2
Matt Stevens
2
Isaiah Bittner 
1
Shaw 
1

Fumble recoveries:

Team 1

 

SPECIAL TEAMS:

Punts:

Hilborn 3-55

Kickoff Returns:

Hilborn 3-45
Leyva 1-15
Toomey-Stout 1-0

Punt Returns:

Hilborn 2-22

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Only two 1A volleyball players currently have more assists than Coupeville junior Scout Smith. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Everyone is chipping in.

As the Coupeville High School volleyball squad preps for its biggest match of the still-young season — a first-place showdown in Shoreline Tuesday against King’s — the Wolf spikers boast a flawless 5-0 record.

They’re doing it by getting solid contributions from everyone on the roster, from Chelsea Prescott ripping off wicked serves to Emma Smith dominating at the net.

Five matches in, that duo accounts for the top slot in seven of ten statistical categories, with Prescott tops in digs, aces, service points and service percentage.

Emma Smith is #1 in kill percentage, blocks and hitting percentage, while Scout Smith (assists), Maya Toomey-Stout (kills) and Emma Mathusek (service returns) each top a single category.

Three of those Wolves are also among the best in all of 1A in a stat category, with Scout Smith leading the way at #3 in assists.

 

Stats through Oct. 1:

 

Matches Played:

Hannah Davidson 5
Emma Mathusek 5
Ashley Menges 5
Chelsea Prescott 5
Emma Smith 5
Scout Smith 5
Maya Toomey-Stout 5
Zoe Trujillo 4
Lucy Sandahl 2
Raven Vick 1
Maddie Vondrak 1

Kills:

Toomey-Stout 52 (#10 in 1A)
E. Smith 48
Menges 27
Davidson 23
Prescott 17
Trujillo 3
S. Smith 2
Mathusek 1

Kill Percentage:

E. Smith 44.9
Menges 33.9
Davidson 31.1
Mathusek 25.0
Trujillo 25.0
Toomey-Stout 24.1
Prescott 17.5
S. Smith 13.3

Hitting Percentage:

E. Smith .299 (#4 in 1A)
Davidson .122
Toomey-Stout .051
Menges .049

Digs:

Prescott 68
Toomey-Stout 54
Mathusek 47
Menges 36
S. Smith 28
E. Smith 14
Davidson 9
Trujillo 1
Vick 1

Blocks:

E. Smith 12
S. Smith 6
Menges 4
Davidson 3

Service Returns:

Mathusek 90
Toomey-Stout 89
Menges 56
Prescott 56
Davidson 5

Assists:

S. Smith 141 (#3 in 1A)
Menges 15
E. Smith 4
Prescott 3
Davidson 2
Mathusek 1
Toomey-Stout 1

Serving Percentage:

Prescott 91.9
S. Smith 91.3
Toomey-Stout 90.0
Davidson 89.5
E. Smith 89.0
Menges 87.3
Trujillo 83.3
Vick 66.7
Sandahl 50.0

Service Points:

Prescott 50
S. Smith 49
E. Smith 46
Menges 39
Toomey-Stout 29
Davidson 15
Vick 2
Sandahl 1
Trujillo 1

Service Aces:

Prescott 20
Menges 17
E. Smith 15
S. Smith 11
Toomey-Stout 9
Davidson 3
Sandahl 1

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Coupeville freshman Brian Casey has recorded four tackles for a high-flying 3-1 team. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Senior Shane Losey leads the Wolves in receiving yards, and is fourth in rushing.

Stats are a tricky business.

Every team keeps them a different way, and every coach monitors them differently.

That being said, the current Coupeville High School football staff is way, way ahead of the curve compared to past regimes in many sports at the school.

After tracking down a missing clipboard or two, we have a pretty concise look at Wolf gridiron stats through the first four weeks of the season.

Now, there’s no special teams stats, and the receiving numbers don’t totally match up to the passing yardage, as five receptions worth nine yards went missing from week #3 against Friday Harbor.

But, as I’ve waded through the maze that is CHS sports history, a few missing receptions is nothing. Nothing, I say!

Other football teams, and other sports, are missing entire seasons of stats.

Other than the ’70s, when boys basketball score-book operators were on top of their game, if you played in a Wolf uniform in any sport pre-2000’s, good luck on figuring out ANY of your numbers.

So, with that, up-to-the-moment season stats for the current gridiron squad.

We’ll call them 94.7% complete, which, for this school, is pretty dang complete.

 

OFFENSE:

Passing:

Dawson Houston 23-37 for 253 yards with 2 TDs
Sean Toomey-Stout 1-1 for 20 yards

Receiving:

Shane Losey 4 receptions for 78 yards
Dane Lucero 3-56
Gavin Knoblich 4-50
Toomey-Stout 3-39
Jake Pease 3-33
Matt Hilborn 2-8

Rushing:

Toomey-Stout 72 carries for 742 yards
Hilborn 12-123
Chris Battaglia 13-63
Losey 15-55
Xavier Murdy 6-28
Gavin Straub 4-21
Andrew Martin 3-14
Alex Turner 1-(-5)
Houston 14-(-27)

Total Yards (Rush/Pass/Rec):

Toomey-Stout 801
Houston 226
Losey 133
Hilborn 131
Battaglia 63
Lucero 56
Knoblich 50
Pease 33
Murdy 28
Straub 21
Martin 14

Touchdowns:

Toomey-Stout 6
Battaglia 1
Hilborn 1
Houston 1
Losey 1
Pease 1

PATs:

Murdy 4

Conversions:

Knoblich 1
Pease 1

Points:

Toomey-Stout 36
Pease 8
Battaglia 6
Hilborn 6
Houston 6
Losey 6
Murdy 4
Knoblich 2

 

DEFENSE:

Tackles:

Turner 41
Toomey-Stout 32
Lucero 28
Battaglia 23
Knoblich 22
Martin 21
Ryan Labrador 
19
Losey
16
Pease 
12
Hilborn
10
Matt Stevens
9
Murdy
5
Gavin St Onge
5
Isaiah Bittner
4
Brian Casey 
4
Miles Davidson 
4
Ben Smith 
2
Houston
 1
Straub 
1

Interceptions:

Toomey-Stout 2
Hilborn 1
Martin 1

Fumble recoveries:

Knoblich 1
Labrador 1
Pease 1
Turner 1

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