Week 10 of the Baltimore high school football season included a handful of last-minute victories and some huge upsets that impacted the playoff fields. Here’s a look at some of the numbers that stood out as the MIAA A Conference started its playoffs and the rest of the area’s teams closed out their regular seasons.


Regular-season conference wins this fall for Mount St. Joseph before upsetting Archbishop Spalding, 19-13, in the MIAA A Conference quarterfinals


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Point conversion run by South River quarterback Connor Cox with 1:42 left to give the Seahawks the upset win over Old Mill, 36-35


Kickoffs returned for touchdowns by Glen Burnie’s Darius Casey in a 44-29 win over Annapolis


Fumble recoveries by Reginald Lewis lineman Matthew Gross in the Falcons’ city Division II championship-clinching 20-14 win over Northwestern


Interceptions in the final five minutes by Aberdeen to seal a 27-21 win over Fallston


Straight losses for City vs. Poly before the Knights won 20-14 in the 124th meeting between the schools


Interceptions by McDonogh in its 28-7 upset win over Loyola


Undefeated teams remaining in the Baltimore metro area – River Hill, Arundel, Westminster, St. Paul’s, and St. Frances


Shutouts posted in ten games by Dunbar, which has given up only 14 points in its last nine games.