EBAL stats – 10/26

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

Note: These have been updated as of 10/27 to reflect changes in Lucas Dunne’s rushing totals. Two plays that were previously credited as passes were, in fact, rushes.
Rushing (by yards)

Player G Rush Yards Avg. TD
Lucas Dunne, De La Salle 7 116 1,116 9.6 20
George Atkinson III, Granada 7 89 927 10.4 13
Kyle Alvarez, California 7 76 744 9.8 8
Damariay Drew, Livermore 7 72 689 9.6 9
Michael Sullas, Monte Vista 5 91 665 7.3 9

Passing (by yards)

Player G Comp Att Pct. Yards INT TD
Jeff Lockie, Monte Vista 7 94 155 60.6 1,137 8 13
Drew Reil, California 7 57 80 71.2 1,136 3 17
Kyle Moreno, Amador Valley 7 71 158 44.9 1,046 10 7
David Camarena, Foothill 7 68 106 64.1 958 7 8
Bart Houston, De La Salle 7 55 88 62.5 933 3 8

Receiving (by receptions)

Player G Rec Yards Avg. TD
Bryce McGovern, Monte Vista 7 41 560 13.7 5
Cameron Rowland, Foothill 7 28 435 15.5 4
Tyler Amick, Granada 7 26 384 14.8 2
Jake Isabel, Amador Valley 7 26 276 10.6 2
Dane Turner, Monte Vista 7 25 262 10.5 2


Player G TD FG 2PT PAT Tot
Lucas Dunne, DLS 7 22 0 0 0 132
George Atkinson III, Granada 7 16 0 1 0 98
Damariay Drew, Livermore 7 12 0 0 0 72
Kyle Alvarez, California 7 11 0 0 0 66
Colin Kacinski, Foothill 7 9 0 0 0 54
Michael Sullas, Monte Vista 5 9 0 0 0 54

Total offense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg.
California 7 1,760 1,329 3,089 441.3
De La Salle 7 2,043 940 2,983 426.1
Monte Vista 7 1,264 1,586 2,850 407.1
Granada 7 1,623 930 2,553 364.7
Amador Valley 7 916 1,214 2,130 304.3
Foothill 7 962 968 1,930 275.7
San Ramon Valley 7 709 1,082 1,791 255.8
Livermore 7 1,281 442 1,723 246.1

Total defense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg.
De La Salle 7 731 914 1,645 235.0
San Ramon Valley 7 1,000 740 1,740 248.6
California 7 1,011 810 1,821 260.1
Foothill 7 953 974 1,927 275.3
Granada 7 1,038 1,034 2,072 296.0
Monte Vista 7 1,788 660 2,448 349.7
Amador Valley 7 1,188 1,374 2,562 366.0
Livermore 7 1,488 1,253 2,741 391.6

Ben Enos

  • Joe

    Where does the Contra Costa Times get their stat numbers from? Maxpreps show different numbers. who’s stats are correct?

  • Ben Enos

    Joe, we compile them from the box scores we get from our reporter at the game each week. Maxpreps’ stats are submitted by each individual team (could be a coach or a parent, whoever is designated to submit them by the team).

  • renegades10

    I am not sure who is responsible for the DLS maxpreps stats, but they do have some people who go over all the game film after every game to make sure they get the stats correct. I know they took away what was designated as a passing TD from Bart to Dunne against St. Mary’s because after watching it on film it was clear that the pass went backwards, something that was hard to see at game speed. So Dunne was credited with a rushing TD.

  • Joe

    Thanks for the info Ben. Who’s stats are more precise? I have been following the stats from the Times, but noticed some big discrepencies from Maxprep. Seems like the reporters stats would be more accurate since they were at each game. Thanks again

  • Ben Enos

    Two good points here.

    Joe, I tend to lean towards the stuff you see in the paper for exactly the reason you said. I know who’s doing those. Sometimes there are discrepancies, but I do tend to lean toward the reporter. I do know of some schools that just input what was in the paper, which is OK as well. Really, it depends on the team.

    Renegades, yeah, I remember that play. There have been a couple this year that have been really close in terms of pass/run. The guy who does the MaxPreps stats for DLS is really good, and we match up about 99% of the time. We talk often throughout the course of a game. There are going to be instances where we diverge a little, but in looking at his stats and at mine, we’re pretty close to matching. So, I feel pretty good about those.

    I remember the SM play you’re talking about. It’s actually still credited as a pass on MaxPreps (as it is in my stats too). At some point, I’ll have to check out the film myself. I remember thinking it could’ve gone either way, so I wouldn’t be surprised if it was a run. Hopefully I’ll get that checked out before the end of the season.

  • Ebal fan #2

    You can change stats months later? That opens up a whole can of worms.

  • Ben Enos

    EBAL Fan #2, I’m actually the opposite. I really stick to my guns with my stats. But, if I see conclusive video evidence that I was wrong, I think it’s probably better to make the change. It’s not the World Cup around here. We embrace instant replay.

  • dj falong

    Sorry fellas but you blew it logans miles long should be on this list. I always considered we guys to be accurate with stats but yins blew this one.

  • dj falong

    Is it that miles long of logan high school is only a sophmore the reason he is not on the rushing list.pls correct error completely unfair to over look such a hard working young player. He should be recognised. Last week could have rushed for 300+ yrds one 80 yarder called back.

  • Iker

    Errr, we are talking about EBAL stats last I checked…

  • JustMaybe

    Check the MVAL stats. Your guy is first there.

  • bval fan


  • Ben Enos

    I’m hopin to get them to you tomorrow. I don’t have em yet from the guy that does them. I’m just the messenger.

  • Prep Fan

    Yeah, Miles Long shouldn’t be on this EBAL list anyway, but he ought to make the all-names team. What a great name!

  • Joe

    Thanks Ben, I was just getting ready to ask about the BVAL stats.I will check back tomorrow.

  • ArmstrongJets


    Second week with no BSAL Stats? Who in charge of this league stats?

  • concrete17

    #8 Dj Fa Long…..tell us more about your family.

  • dj falong

    Wow excuse me I need to do more research before I make comment. Thnx 4 enlightenment.

  • dj falong

    His first name is warren.as you stated miles long just stuck. Have fun with those seniors for now. Next year miles long is promised to lead ncs rushing. Bet claim jumper dinner for two any takers ?

  • dj falong

    Ooops wrong division my fault. My family we come from a long line of hall of famers.