By Katherine Dunn
The Baltimore Sun
6:08 PM EDT, September 22, 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:
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
Points allowed in their opening three games by City and by Patterson
Unanswered points scored by Broadneck to finish off its 33-12 win over South River
Unanswered points scored by South Carroll to finish off its 26-6 win over Frederick
Yard field goal by Loyola’s Gavin Rowley to beat North Harford 24-21 in overtime
Straight wins for River Hill which beat Marriotts Ridge Monday and Atholton Friday to continue the area’s longest win streak
Point margin of victory for McDonogh in its five wins
Yard kickoff return for a touchdown by Hammond’s Kevin Rankin in Monday’s 41-8 win over Long Reach
Plus return yards by Howard’s Malik Anderson in Friday’s 35-10 win over Marriotts Ridge
Yards rushing in the first half by Catonsville in its 57-18 win over Owings Mills
Combined yards gained by Dunbar’s Coleman Blackston (193 rushing) and William Crest (179 passing) in a 58-0 win over Lewis
Yards rushing by Gilman in its 56-6 win over Anacostia, Va. – 141 by Kai Locksley
Yards passing for Franklin quarterback Jacquez Adams, who threw for five touchdowns in a 42-6 win over Hereford
Yards of total offense by C. Milton Wright in its 61-0 win over St. Andrews, Del.
Last time North Carroll started its season 3-0, until now
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