Varsity football: By the numbers for Week 6

Little things mean a lot and the smaller numbers stood out as most of the impressive statistics in Baltimore high school football during Week 6. The area’s stingiest team has allowed just two touchdowns — no extra points or conversions. One player came close to a state interception record, and one overtime game lasted longer than any other this season. At the other end of the scale, the area’s most prolific scoring team is nearing 300 points.

Here’s a look the numbers that jumped out this week.

2

Punts blocked by Gilman’s Mason Freeman in the Greyhounds’ 35-28 upset win over Calvert Hall on Friday

2

Interceptions in the final 4:34 — one each by Francis Scott Key’s Nate Imes and Steven Keeney — to seal a 24-21 win over Manchester Valley on Friday

2

Special teams plays by Howard that sparked the Lions’ 20-6 win at Long Reach on Saturday — a bad snap that Anthony Reid recovered in the end zone and a blocked punt by Robert Agbai that set up a touchdown

4

Interceptions by St. Frances’ Terrell Smith — one short of the state record — in Friday’s 28-0 win over McDonogh

5

Overtimes for Patapsco to beat Loch Raven, 33-27, Friday

5:42

Left when Archbishop Spalding quarterback Jayden Umbarger ran for an 8-yard touchdown, his second of the game, to beat Friendship Collegiate, 24-20, Friday

6

Baltimore area’s longest active winning streak — by St. Frances, Severn, Howard, Broadneck, Havre de Grace, Harford Tech and Reginald Lewis

6

Touchdowns Broadneck’s Shane Davis had a hand in — he ran for three scores and 77 yards and passed for three and 277 yards — in Friday’s 55-28 win over Old Mill

7

Sacks by Franklin, including one by Austin Amadi for a safety, in Friday’s 52-7 win over Catonsville

9

Baltimore-area teams remaining undefeated — St. Frances, Severn, Howard, Broadneck, Havre de Grace, Harford Tech and Reginald Lewis at 6-0, with River Hill and Forest Park at 5-0

12

Points allowed by Reginald Lewis this fall, the fewest of any Baltimore-area team

21

Points scored by Liberty in the first eight minutes of the Lions’ 42-0 win over South Carroll on Friday

26

Straight points scored by Dunbar in Friday’s 32-14 win over Poly

30

Seconds left when Gilman’s Piper Bond intercepted a pass and sealed the win over Calvert Hall

32

Straight Anne Arundel County league games won by Old Mill until Broadneck beat the Patriots on Friday

90

Yard interception return by Old Mill’s Aaron Dawson in the Patriots’ loss to Broadneck

181

Yards rushing by Glen Burnie’s David Kates, who ran 31 times and scored all three touchdowns in a 19-14 win over Severna Park on Friday

285

Points scored this fall by Broadneck, the most of any Baltimore-area team

361

Yards passing by Dunbar’s Jared Lewis, who was 16-for-24 with two touchdowns, in the win over Poly

520

Yards of total offense by Broadneck in the win over Old Mill

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