Football By the Numbers for Week 6

This past weekend’s high school football action extended into Monday thanks to the torrential rain on Thursday and Friday. Most games were made up Saturday, but one – St. Paul’s 28-21 win over Archbishop Curley -- came on Monday. As teams get down to the nitty gritty of their final runs toward the playoffs, plenty of big numbers continue to emerge.

Here are some that stood out from this extended weekend’s action:


Overtime interception by Broadneck’s Randy Fischer to set up the game-winning touchdown in a 20-14 win over Chesapeake


Touchdowns scored in the first 40 seconds – one each by City and Dunbar – in Dunbar’s 28-26 win


Turnovers overcome by Fallston to stay unbeaten with a muddy 18-6 win Friday over Patterson Mill


Touchdown passes thrown by South River quarterback Jalen Jones (who also ran for one) in the 63-0 win over North County


Players to score rushing touchdowns for North Carroll in a 38-29 win over Francis Scott Key – Sean Floto, Aaron Heinle, Coby Lowe and Jack Flowers


Turnovers forced by South Carroll in its 40-12 win over Winters Mills


Times in six weeks Edgewood’s Jeremy Middlebrooks has run for 100 yards or more, averaging 147 yards per game


Undefeated teams remaining in the Baltimore area – McDonogh, St. Paul’s, Boys’ Latin, River Hill, Old Mill, Douglass, Fallston and North Carroll


Seconds left when Kenwood quarterback Jaleel Feggins hit Lorenzo Thompson for the game-winning touchdown to beat previously-undefeated Dundalk, 13-12


Of Spalding’s 14 touchdowns in the last three weeks scored by quarterback Zach Abey – nine rushing, two passing


Receivers who caught passes from Gilman quarterback Kai Locksley in a 47-0 win over Loyola


Seconds left when Dunbar quarterback William Crest dove to reach the end zone with the game-winning score that edged previously-undefeated City, 28-26


Extra points kicked this season on 22 attempts by Broadneck’s Kevin Smith and Kevin Coffey


Unanswered points scored by St. Paul’s in Monday’s 28-21 win at Archbishop Curley


Straight wins for River Hill, the area’s longest active winning streak


Point average margin of victory for No. 1 Gilman, No. 2 River Hill and No. 3 Old Mill in shutout victories Friday


Yard touchdown run by Old Mill’s Marcus Hicks in the 36-0 win over Northeast


Yards passing for Westminster quarterback Duke Etchison, who was 17-for-21 with three touchdowns and two interceptions in a 35-14 win over Liberty


Yards rushing by Meade’s Kyle Evans, who scored three touchdowns in the 38-20 win over Southern


Yards rushing for Meade in the win over Southern


Yards of total offense amassed by C. Milton Wright in its 28-13 win over Perryville

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