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Week Four of the high school football season featured the usual big wins for the highest-ranked public school teams, a streak-busting win and a couple of big upsets. Here are some of the numbers that stood out from this weekend’s games:

1

Minute left when Southwestern’s Adam Sareef scored on a 65-yard punt return to tie Digital Harbor in a game the Sabers would go on to win 12-6

1

Game played this weekend against a team from outside the U.S. – Calvert Hall’s 34-21 win over Niagara Academy from Ontario, Canada

2

Total points scored in Boys’ Latin’s win over Pallotti

4

Wins for Mount Hebron – one more than all of last season

4

Times Reservoir stopped Glenelg on fourth-down conversion attempts in the Gators’ 24-0 win

4

Glen Burnie first downs allowed by Broadneck in the Bruins’ 23-0 win

5

Receiving touchdowns between Franklin’s Ellis brothers, Reggie and Marquis, in a 35-30 win over Catonsville

5

Undefeated teams left in The Baltimore Sun’s Top 5 – River Hill, Arundel, Old Mill, Westminster and St. Paul’s

10

Seconds left when Severna Park’s Austin Stein hit Calvin Green for the game-tying touchdown and the Falcons went on to beat Southern, 17-14, in overtime

14

Yards yielded by Dunbar's defense in its 51-0 win over Mervo

18

Straight wins for Old Mill, the Baltimore metro area’s longest active streak

22

Touchdowns thrown by Wesminster quarterback Deryk Kern in four games

32

Straight wins for Martinsburg (W.Va.) before Westminster’s 36-33 victory ended the streak Friday night

34

Straight points scored by Calvert Hall before Niagara got on the scoreboard

39

Average points allowed by Long Reach in its first three games before upsetting Atholton, 13-12, Friday night

42

Straight points scored by Arundel in its 49-6 win over South River

42

Seconds left when McDonogh defensive back Taysean Scott tipped away a fourth-down Georgetown Prep pass to the end zone to preserve a 14-9 Eagles win

76

Combined points scored by North Harford and Aberdeen in their games this weekend – they meet Friday

99

Seconds left when St. Mary’s Bryce Carrasco scored the game-winning touchdown in a 34-29 win over B Conference rival Archbishop Curley

211

Points scored by River Hill in its first four games – at least 49 in each

233

Rushing yards by North Carroll’s Dan Gebhart, who scored three touchdowns to lead the Panthers to a 57-15 win over Silver Oak Academy

329

Yards passing for Westminster’s Deryk Kern, who completed 25 of 49 passes against Martinsburg and brought his season yardage total to 1,386 yards

407

Yards of offense averaged by Westminster in its first four games – 352 through the air

516

Yards passing between Liberty’s Tim Anderson (286) and Manchester Valley’s Dom Frank (230) in the Mavericks’ 20-16 win

1998

The last time C. Milton Wright opened its season 4-0 before Friday's 21-6 win over Havre de Grace matched that start

 

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