In a game shortened due to lightning, but was decided at half anyway the Indians prevailed to win their opener.
“It was a good old-fashioned... sloppy high school football game,” said a nonetheless happy East Bay head coach Frank LaRosa.
Fullback Chris Greene rumbled in for two touchdowns and quarterback Chris Carpenter ran for 87 yards before sitting out the second half, or in this case third quarter.
Carpenter also threw a touchdown pass to Devin Hart.
Lennard turned it over early with linebacker Deondre Romeo recovering a fumble at the Longhorns’ 1-yard line.
East Bay was proficient enough finishing with 187 yards of offense. A good crowd was on hand at Lennard, estimated at 2,000.