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EBAL stats – 10/6

Here’s the first installment of stats for the East Bay Athletic League. Enjoy!


Rushing (by yards)

Player G Rush Yards Avg. TD
Lucas Dunne, DLS 4 63 527 8.4 8
Damariay Drew, Livermore 4 49 521 10.6 8
George Atkinson III, Granada 4 45 508 11.3 7
Michael Sullas, Monte Vista 3 55 446 8.1 5
Kyle Alvarez, California 4 36 410 11.4 4

Passing (by yards)

Player G Comp Att Pct. Yards INT TD
Bart Houston, DLS 4 37 61 60.7 676 2 7
Zach Kline, SRV 4 47 84 55.6 639 1 4
Kyle Moreno, AV 4 35 74 47.3 593 4 5
Drew Reil, California 4 29 39 74.4 552 1 10
David Camarena, Foothill 4 36 55 65.4 509 3 6

Receiving (by receptions)

Player G Rec Yards Avg. TD
Bryce McGovern, Monte Vista 4 23 269 11.7 2
Dane Turner, Monte Vista 4 18 188 10.4 2
Cameron Rowland, Foothill 4 16 193 12.1 4
Lucas Shapiro, DLS 4 14 258 18.4 2
Tyler Amick, Granada 4 13 181 13.9 1

Scoring

Player G TD FG 2PT PAT Tot
Lucas Dunne, DLS 4 11 0 0 0 66
Damariay Drew, Livermore 4 10 0 0 0 60
George Atkinson III, Granada 4 9 0 0 0 54
Kyle Alvarez, California 4 6 0 0 0 36
Carson Ewanich, AV 4 6 0 0 0 36

Total offense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg.
De La Salle 4 982 683 1,665 416.2
California 4 976 668 1,644 411.0
Granada 4 967 463 1,430 357.5
Monte Vista 4 655 727 1,382 345.5
Livermore 4 881 336 1,217 304.2
San Ramon Valley 4 468 666 1,134 283.5
Amador Valley 4 430 685 1,115 278.7
Foothill 4 548 519 1,067 266.7

Total defense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg.
San Ramon Valley 4 499 397 896 224.0
Amador Valley 4 337 641 978 244.5
Granada 4 543 477 1,020 255.0
De La Salle 4 565 468 1,033 258.2
California 4 589 487 1,076 269.0
Foothill 4 520 588 1,108 277.0
Monte Vista 4 915 306 1,221 305.2
Livermore 4 644 597 1,241 310.2

Ben Enos

  • junior

    Some things that jump out:
    Reil is the perfect fit for the Cal offense. Hi completion percentage-hi td/int ratio primarily based off play action due to a strong run game. Spartan fans recognize that winning philosophy.

    Srv allowing less than 250 yds per game-tremendous. Will be interesting to see how this looks at end of league play.

    Can’t remember last time LHS was NOT on the bottom for total offense-nice job coach haubner.hope this helps w/on campus recruiting.

    Rowland (I believe best overall wr in league) only avg 12 yds/recpt-imagine what it would be at DLS or Cal?obviously the new offense/qb have major impact.

  • renegades10

    And to not see a MV qb as one of the top 5 passers in the league? When’s the last time that happened?

  • Ben Enos

    Renegades, I found that odd as well, so I went back to look at the stats again. The reason, really, was because Finnegan got most of the stats in the blowout win over Hayward. So, they’ve been splitting stats. I’m sure Lockie will find his way onto the list in the next few weeks.

  • Prep Fan

    That is if Lockie remains the starter. Neither seemed to be getting it done last week against Cal, and Bergman didn’t waste any time inserting Finnegan when Lockie wasn’t moving the ball. MV should have no trouble moving the ball against Livermore this week, but then DLS looms.