Bates Game Notes

Chris Cameron '13
Chris Cameron '13

25th Meeting

Williams College Ephs (1-1)


Bates College Bobcats (1-1)

1:00 PM

October 6, 2012

Garcelon Field - Lewiston, ME


Andre LaFontant '15

SERIES:  Began in 1988 and Williams won the first 15 games until Bates won on the Ephs' Weston Field.

Interesting to note that Bates' second win in the series also came on Weston Field. Last fall the Bobcats topped the Ephs 35-26.

The Ephs lead the overall series 22-2.

Williams is 10-2 vs. Bates in Williamstown and 12-0 in Lewiston.

COACHES:  Aaron Kelton is 14-4 and in his third season at the helm of the Ephs after Williams lost last week 17-13 to Trinity on Weston Field.

Kelton is the first African American head football coach at Williams and in NESCAC, as well as the first Eph football head coach to debut with a perfect season.

Kelton is 1-1 vs. Bates.

Bates head coach Mark Harriman (24-82) is in his 15th year as the head coach at Bates. He also serves as an assistant athletic director at Bates.

Harriman is 2-12 vs. the Ephs.

LAST MEETING:  Bates snapped a 7-game series win streak by the Ephs with a 35-26 victory in Williamstown. The Bobcats' junior QB Trevor Smith connected on two first quarter TDs as Bates took a quick 14-0 lead and never looked back in claiming their second straight win of the 2011 season. Smith threw for 3 TDs on the day and the Bobcats' ground game chalked up 198 yards with 102 coming from Ryan Curit.

The Ephs got 3 rushing TDs and 103 yards on the ground from Tom Wohlwender, but it was not enough to down the Bobcats.

LAST WEEK:  Bates jumped out to an early 14-0 lead at Tufts with a strong rushing attack and then held off the Jumbos in collecting their first win of the season, 31-23. Bates ground out 309 yards in rushing in downing Tufts with QB Trevor Smith gaining 88 yards on 24 carries. The Bates defense held Tufts to just 7 yards rushing on the day, but surrendered 363 yards through the air.

In Williamstown the Ephs held a 13-3 lead over Trinity heading into the fourth quarter, but lost 17-13 as Trinity scored twice via the pass in a 5-minute span. The Trinity defense held the Ephs to 227 yards in total offense with 198 coming via the pass.

STREAKS:  Williams has won all 12 games to date played in Lewiston.

Eph placekicker Joe Mallock has made his last 9 FGs.

Ryan Loughran '13

INTERNET:  An audio feed of the Williams broadcast will be available on the Internet through the services of TEAMLINE.

TO HEAR EPH AUDIO ONLY BROADCAST ON YOUR  PHONE:  Call TEAMLINE 1-800-846-4700. When prompted give the Ephs' access code - 0126.

Bates is stremaing a video webcast of the game on the Internet and the game can be seen HERE.


AWARDS:  Eph junior placekicker/punter Joe Mallock was named the NESCAC Football Special Teams Player of the Week for the second straight week for his performance last Saturday vs. Trinity. Mallock hit both of his FG attempts (34 and 43 yards), boosting his streak to 9 in a row and he converted his lone PAT. In addition, he filled in again at punter and averaged 43.4 yards per punt on on five punts with a long of 56 yards.

The Bobcats' senior LB Joe Dell'Erario was named the NESCAC Defensive Player of the Week in leading Bates to the win at Tufts. Dell'Erario notched 7 tackles, 5 solos, intercepted a pass and returned it 60 yards for a TD, had one sack, and registered one pass breakup


(B) Patrick George
27-115-4.25 avg - 2 TDs
(W) Marco Hernandez
16-57-3.6 avg - 1 TD
(W) Adam Marske
38-57-2 INT - 3 TDs
(B) Trevor Smith
13-32-1 INT - 0 TDs
(W) Darren Hartwell
11-5.5/game - 171 yds
(B) Ryan Curit
4-2.0/game - 17 yds
(W) Joe Mallock
17 points
(B) Patrick George
12 points
  (B) Trevor Smith      12 points
(W) Joe Mallock
4-4 FGs - 5-5 PATs
(B) Charlie Donahue
2-2 - 5-5 PATs
(B) Josh Chronopoulos
(18) 12 solos + 6 assists
(W) Chris Kim
(17) 13 solos + 4 assists
(W) Joe Mallock
7-286 - 40.1 yard avg
(B) David Kurey
12-421 - 35.1 avg
Punt Returns  
(W) Darren Hartwell 5-43 - 8.6 yd avg
(B) Josh Chronopoulos
1-8 - 8.0 yd avg
Kickoff Returns  
(B) Patrick George
7- 161 - 23.0 yd avg
(W) Darren Hartwell 3-49 - 16.3 yd avg
(W) Tom Cabarle 3-36 - 12.0 yd avg




Williams College Ephs   Bates College Bobcatss
  Offense       Defense  
72 Charlie Grossnickle LT   89
Matt Gaither
78 Peter Christiani LG   98
Mstt Comstock
77 Alan Felix C   97
Owen Mahan
79 Ryan Loughran RG   20
Evan Dowd
75 AJ Walsh RT   36
Joe Dell'Erario
1 Darren Hartwell WR   49
Josh Chronopoulos
18 Jeff Riemann WR   46
Josh Freedland
45 Sam Krieg TE   44
Gilbert Brown
44 Tim Morris FB   3
Kyle Starr
29 Marco Hernandez TB   30
Andrew Kukesh
10 Adam Marske QB   6
Mike Kelleher
36 Joseph Mallock PK   87
Dave Kurey
  Defense       Offense  
59 Mike Flynn DE   74
Ryan Weston
61 Tom Foote DT   70
Mark Sylvester
91 Ebeneezer Gyassi DT   57
Larry Guinee
90 Ernest Higginbotham DE   62
Michael Bernstein
37 Antonio Blanco LB    75 Liam O'Neil
17 Emmanuel Whyte LB   18
Kevin Davis
7 Chris Cameron LB   25
Ryan Curit
4 Andre LaFontant C   5
Mac Jackson
9 Ladd Hamrick SS   11
Trevor Smith
3 Chris Kim FS   26
Ryan MaDonald
20 Nate Saffold C   22
Patrick George
36 Joseph Mallock P   2
Charlie Donahue
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