My son's HS league reported stats on-line from winning team's scorebooks. The nine-team league plays a 16-game schedule and is rated A in a AA, A, B, C and D class level based on enrollment. Players do get scouted and noticed, but not as much as the AA level players do.
In 69 league games, the overall league batting average was .296 and league OBP was .368 with game averages for both teams of 13 runs scored, 17 hits made, 6.5 walks, 3 doubles and 1 HR. That's not far off of ML averages. The best hitter had a .500 average and 8 other hitters were above .400. A 10th grader and a senior each had 6 HR's, and a player led the league with 21 runs scored and 24 hits.
The best ERA was 1.31 and only three P's were below 2.00. The best pitchers were right around a 1.00 WHIP average. Most pitchers had 10 unearned runs scored off of them. Our team's sophmore LHP had 22 K's in 22 2/3's innings pitched and a 4.01 ERA. That bodes well for the next two seasons. Our team gave up 62 unearned runs in 14 games so defense was not a strength this year. I'm not surprised since I've watched some of these kids play for years.
Because of the poor weather the season was condensed into four weeks instead of six weeks. Who knows if that affected these stats? I thought you might find some of this interesting and compare it to your own HS leagues.