Varsity football: By the Numbers for Week 4

As high school football approaches the halfway point of the regular season, the number of undefeated teams continues to dwindle, of course, but the number of eye-catching statistics does not. Some of the smallest stats this week might be the most impressive. Still there’s no shortage of big ones from Week 4 and the season to date for our weekly look the standouts.

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Points allowed this fall by Forest Park

3

Rushing yards allowed by Atholton’s defense against 31 Marriotts Ridge carries in the Raiders’ 7-2 victory

3

Interceptions by Old Mill’s Cameron White, one returned for a touchdown, in Friday’s 23-6 win over Severna Park

4-0

Record for Harford Tech for the first time in school history

4

Baltimore area’s longest active winning streak, by many teams

4

Rushing touchdowns by St. Frances’ Joachim Bangda, who sparked the Panthers to a 28-0 start in their 28-7 win over Calvert Hall

5

Touchdowns scored by Archbishop Spalding’s Julius Chestnut — four rushing, one receiving — in a 49-7 win over Loyola Blakefield

6

Seconds left when Poly quarterback Jermaine Harvey connected on the game-winning score with Tyrese Chambers — who caught nine passes for 214 yards and four touchdowns — in Friday’s 32-30 win over Tuscarora

8

Sacks by Franklin’s defense in a 40-0 win over Kenwood

10

Seconds left when North Harford’s Matt King kicked the winning 39-yard field goal in Friday’s 31-28 victory over Fallston

99

Yard fumble recovery advanced for a touchdown by Century’s Nick Dahl in a 35-34 win Friday over Francis Scott Key

188

Points scored this fall by Broadneck, the most in the Baltimore area

216

Yards rushing by South River’s Joe Foy, who ran 29 times and scored twice in Friday’s 46-42 win over Annapolis

242

Yards receiving by South River’s Ryan Proctor, who caught three touchdown passes in the win over Annapolis

268

Yards passing by Century quarterback Collin Ende, who threw two touchdown passes in the win over Key

343

Yards passing by South River quarterback Caleb Edney, who was 14-for-28 with four touchdowns in the win over Annapolis

1,222

Yards passing in four games by Perry Hall quarterback Tyler Holley, who threw for 326 yards and three touchdowns in Friday’s 49-42 loss to Milford Mill and, for the season, is 52-for-80 with 13 touchdowns and no interceptions

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