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EBAL stats – 11/1

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


Rushing (by yards)

Player G Rush Yards Avg. TD
Lucas Dunne, De La Salle 8 128 1,240 9.7 21
George Atkinson III, Granada 8 91 931 10.2 13
Kyle Alvarez, California 8 88 801 9.1 8
Michael Sullas, Monte Vista 6 104 748 7.2 9
Damariay Drew, Livermore 8 82 740 9.0 9

Passing (by yards)

Player G Comp Att Pct. Yards INT TD
Jeff Lockie, Monte Vista 8 107 174 61.5 1,469 8 16
Drew Reil, California 8 68 104 65.4 1,266 4 19
David Camarena, Foothill 8 87 134 64.9 1,207 8 9
Kyle Moreno, Amador Valley 8 79 176 44.9 1,114 12 8
Zach Kline, San Ramon Valley 8 92 155 59.3 1,106 4 5

Receiving (by receptions)

Player G Rec Yards Avg. TD
Bryce McGovern, Monte Vista 8 46 688 14.9 5
Cameron Rowland, Foothill 8 36 530 14.7 5
Tyler Amick, Granada 8 33 425 12.9 2
Jake Isabel, Amador Valley 8 27 290 10.7 2
Dane Turner, Monte Vista 8 27 313 11.6 4

Scoring

Player G TD FG 2PT PAT Tot
Lucas Dunne, De La Salle 8 23 0 0 0 138
George Atkinson III, Granada 8 16 0 1 0 98
Damariay Drew, Livermore 8 12 0 0 0 72
Kyle Alvarez, California 8 11 0 0 0 66
Guillermo Rivas, California 8 0 7 0 37 58
Colin Kacinski, Foothill 8 9 0 0 0 54
Michael Sullas, Monte Vista 6 9 0 0 0 54

Total offense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg.
California 8 2,021 1,496 3,517 439.6
De La Salle 8 2,389 1,081 3,470 433.7
Monte Vista 8 1,418 1,918 3,336 417.0
Granada 8 1,654 1,052 2,706 338.2
Amador Valley 8 960 1,313 2,273 284.1
Foothill 8 1,052 1,217 2,269 283.6
San Ramon Valley 8 811 1,303 2,114 264.2
Livermore 8 1,453 554 2,007 250.9

Total defense

Team G Rush Pass Total Avg.
De La Salle 8 762 1,036 1,798 224.7
California 8 1,055 909 1,964 245.5
San Ramon Valley 8 1,172 852 2,024 253.0
Foothill 8 1,107 1,306 2,413 301.6
Granada 8 1,384 1,175 2,559 319.9
Monte Vista 8 1,878 909 2,787 348.4
Amador Valley 8 1,402 1,588 2,990 373.7
Livermore 8 1,660 1,474 3,134 391.7

Ben Enos

  • Iker

    Cal and DLS on top of both the total offense and total defense lists. Shaping up to be a good game.

  • junior

    When is the last time a kicker was on the leaderboard of EBAL in scoring? paul martinez?

  • ebal fan

    Cal’s kicker Rivas has more points than Lyon.

  • Ben Enos

    Ebal fan, the stats on Maxpreps back your claim up. I’ll thumb through the stack of box scores I have on my desk tomorrow to check what we’ve got and make sure. Thanks for the heads up.

  • ebal fan

    No problem Ben, he overtook Lyon as Cal kicked 3 FG’s vs Amador.

  • djfalong

    hey, fellas last week big up for putting total stats for ncs maybe this week also. its nice to see all around the ncs, helps for scouting.

  • djfalong

    can we get all the stats combined not just ebal thnx.

  • Ben Enos

    Alright, Ebal Fan, you were correct. According to our boxes, it looks like Rivas has 58 points. So, I changed the grid above. There was a game earlier this year where the box we ran was a mess. So, I had to go through that. Thanks for letting me know!

  • outsider

    Rivas is another hidden gem for Cal. He is not a big guy but can kickoff for touchbacks much of the time. He has also made at least one tackle on kickoff. Very solid field goal kicker.

  • monarch86

    Rivas has been money and shored up was has historically been a question mark for that team

  • outsider

    Cal has had pretty good kickers for the past few years. I think after last year’s graduation this year was a real question mark for both quarterback and kicker and both have turned out to be very good.

  • renegades10

    Rivas is one of the better soccer players in the area.

  • Travie

    Rivas was a first team all EBAL selection last year and the star of a Cal team that made it to the NCS finals.

    Unfortunately, He will be missing up to 8 or so games should Cal make it deep in the playoffs

  • Football Fanatic

    I have recently talked to the Cal coaches and heard how Rivas was brought to the team as he was recruited by what I believe was Reil.

    Unfortunately for the Grizzlies, he is their soccer captain that will be out of action for as long as the football team goes. For a kid like that, that has to hurt.

  • Football Fanatic

    Rivas was also 1st team all east bay last year and it appears he is on his way to being on an all league team for football as well.

  • http://Bluedog2 George Manley

    Rivas is about 5-6…a stocky fellow with a powerful pair of legs…..Those kickoff’s with no return make Rivas a very important part of California’s victories.Guys like this don’t come around very often..

  • Football Fanatic

    I’m going to honest here George, I don’t even think Rivas is 5-5.

  • Football Fanatic

    I find it amazing how Rivas had never kicked before. He just came on board for the Grizzlies in August and he’s exceeding expectations.

  • Zendehas

    ERNIE

  • Jim

    I’m a Cal alum. Hadn’t seen a game in years until the recent Monte Vista / Cal game in Danville. One of the most exciting games I’ve ever seen.

    Jeff Lockie was amazing to watch. His abililty in the pocket to read the defense and re-up and scramble is incredible. I look forward to watching that kid at Oregon if he continues to grow.

    But… Cal still beat MV in the last 3 minutes. Big love to Drew and his receiving crew in crunch time. Balsy move on the coaches part to go for that 2 point at the end of the game. If Cal can learn to settle down offensively by the half, bring on DLS. North Coast Sectionals. Check.