Varsity football: By the Numbers for Week 3

Our weekly look at the big stats in Baltimore high school football includes a couple of 300-yard passers and a state record for interceptions. In Week 3, the top teams and players are beginning to set themselves apart, so here's a numerical guide to what stood out over the weekend and over the past three weeks.


Interception in the final minutes by Old Mill’s Tim Ware to secure a 20-13 win over Meade


75-yard kickoff returns for touchdowns by Northeast’s Davon Carroll in a 33-32 win over North County


Touchdowns scored by Milford Mill’s Desmond Shell within three minutes in the first quarter of a 55-6 win over Randallstown


Points allowed by Harford Tech this fall, the fewest of any Baltimore-area team


Defensive touchdowns scored by St. Frances in its first three games


Baltimore area's longest active winning streak by Francis Scott Key and Fallston


Interceptions — a state record — by Atholton safety Jake Peretti, who had an additional pick negated by a penalty, in a 17-14 win over Oakland Mills


Touchdowns scored by Mervo quarterback Carlos Davis — four passing, two rushing — in a 46-20 win over Poly


National ranking for St. Frances in USA Today’s Super 25


Straight points scored by Good Counsel in the 37-21 win over Archbishop Spalding


Seconds left when Towson’s Eric Gaines made the interception that sealed a 42-36 win over Dulaney


Yard punt return for a touchdown by Annapolis Area Christian’s Thaddeus Stanfield in a 21-6 loss to National Christian


Yard touchdown run by Long Reach’s KaDarrian Booker, who rushed for 203 yards and scored twice in a 21-0 win over Wilde Lake


Yards on two touchdown runs by Dunbar’s Al Graham, who finished with 175 rushing yards in a 40-0 win over City


Yards receiving by Franklin’s A’ssanti Kearney, who caught five passes and scored three touchdowns in a 38-28 win at Smyrna, Del.


Yards rushing on 27 carries by Towson’s Nayshin Simmons, who scored five touchdowns in the win over Dulaney


Yards passing by Archbishop Spalding’s Jayden Umbarger, who was 22-for-37 with one touchdown pass in the loss to Good Counsel


Yards passing by Broadneck’s Shane Davis, who was 22-for-26 with four touchdowns in a 49-7 win over Severna Park


Yards rushing by committee for Meade in the loss to Old Mill


Yards passing in three games by Perry Hall’s Tyler Holley, who has thrown 10 touchdown passes without an interception, including four touchdowns in a 49-0 win over Patapsco


The last time Francis Scott Key won three games in a season before getting off to a 3-0 start this fall


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