Football: By The Numbers for Week 13

The state championships are just days away the local teams have been whittled from seven to three who are headed for M&T Bank Stadium Friday night or Saturday. There were a lot of big performances from players and teams in the state semifinals and here's a look at some of the numbers that stood out:

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First-half yardage for Aberdeen against River Hill in the Hawks’ 41-7 win

1

Baltimore area team remaining undefeated – Old Mill

3

Straight Turkey Bowl victories for Calvert Hall over Loyola

4

Touchdowns scored by River Hill’s Raamah Vaughn against Aberdeen

5

Interceptions by Middletown in its 48-8 win over Edmondson

5

Touchdown runs by Dunbar’s Lavar Highsmith against Overlea -- three negated by holding penalties

7

Touchdowns scored by Old Mill running back Rob Chesson in the 49-20 win over Catonsville – one shy of the state single-game record

7

Sacks for River Hill’s defense in the win over Aberdeen

12

Wins this season for Catonsville – the best in school history

12

Game lead for Loyola in the 92-year Turkey Bowl series – 48-36-8

13

Straight wins for Old Mill – the area’s longest active winning streak

16

Game winning streak for Overlea that ended in the loss to Dunbar

49

Touchdowns scored this season by Old Mill’s Rob Chesson – a state single-season record

110

Yards passing for Dunbar quarterback William Crest on two first-quarter touchdowns

142

Points scored by Dunbar in its three playoff games

252

Yards passing for Calvert Hall quarterback Thomas Stuart in the 34-17 Turkey Bowl victory over Loyola

2,528

Yards gained this season by Old Mill’s Rob Chesson

10,080

Fans on hand for the Turkey Bowl Thursday at Towson’s Johnny Unitas Stadium

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