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City's Troy Robinson is sacked by River Hill's Anthony Corrao (52) and Logan Kirby (50) on Saturday. (Scott Serio, Patuxent Homestead / November 16, 2013)

The first round of the regional playoffs ran the usual gamut of nail-biting, last-minute wins to overwhelmingly lopsided games and 15 teams moved on to this weekend's regional championships. Here are some of the numbers that stood out form the semifinals:

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Minute – amount of time North Carroll had the lead in its 14-13 win over Hancock


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Playoff win for Reservoir, a 34-14 win over Glenelg, the first in the history of their program

3

Baltimore-area teams remaining undefeated – McDonogh, Fallston, Douglass

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Passes completed by North Carroll quarterback Jack Flowers, including a 23-yard scoring pass to Kyle Fiedler -- in the final three minutes of the win over Hancock – matching his completion total in the first 45 minutes of the game

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Straight playoff losses to Old Mill until Arundel scored its first ever post-season win over the Patriots, 25-22

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Baltimore area teams in the regional finals who have won previous state championships—Dunbar, River Hill, Arundel, Milford Mill, Edmondson

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Shutouts each in their last eight games by Douglass and Edmondson, who meet in the 1A South regional final Saturday

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Of 12 passes completed by Arundel quarterback Anthony Messenger in the a 79-yard scoring drive that ended with a game-winning 23-yard pass to Don Keith

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Straight wins for McDonogh, Fallston and Douglass, who now share the area’s longest active winning streak