Franklin Indians QB Jacquez Adams.

Franklin Indians QB Jacquez Adams. (Karl Merton Ferron / Baltimore Sun / September 5, 2013)

Week 3 of the high school football season featured some notably huge numbers and a few tiny ones.

Several teams rolled up impressive offense statistics in lopsided victories, and one area team has yet to yield a point.

Here’s a look at those numbers and some others that stood out over the weekend and this season:


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Points allowed in three games by Kenwood


MIAA A Conference team unbeaten in non-league play – McDonogh (5-0)


Unbeaten team left in Anne Arundel County – Old Mill


Consecutive special teams touchdowns on the first touch of the game by Havre de Grace – this week, Josh Penn’s 60-yard punt return in a 30-14 win over North East


Forfeits this week – Atholton for an off-season practice violation and Aberdeen for an ineligible player


Turnovers grabbed by Old Mill’s Noah Fitzgerald in a 30-20 win over Meade – an interception and a fumble recovery


Rushing touchdowns and a two-point conversion by Curley’s Marty Coates in a 49-35 win over Caravel, Del.


Ranked teams remaining undefeated – No. 2 River Hill, No. 4 Old Mill, No. 6 McDonogh, No. 9 St. Paul’s and No. 13 Curley