Two significant winning streaks ended, a pair of coaches earned milestone victories and one player tied a state record to highlight Week Seven of high school football action.
No. 1 Gilman fought off one of its top opponents, Archbishop Spalding, to stay unbeaten in the MIAA A Conference while No. 2 River Hill suffered its first loss in three years to Hammond.
Here's a look at some of the notable statistics that stood out from last week’s action:
Yard quarterback sneak by City's Troy Robinson to give the Knights a 20-14 overtime victory at Mervo
Onside kick recovered by Gilman's Jack Halpert with 2:09 left to seal a 29-21 win over Archbishop Spalding
Fourth quarter interceptions returned for touchdowns by North Carroll's Eddie Merrill and Alex Bredenburg in a 23-14 comeback win over Century
Fourth-quarter rushing touchdowns by St. Mary's Omaryan White in a comeback 37-21 win over John Carroll
Sacks by Broadneck's Randy Fischer in a 52-12 win over Severna Park and by St. Frances' Aaron Mackell in a 41-24 win at Loyola
Touchdowns scored by Fallston's Andrew Monaghan – five rushing, one receiving – in a 55-20 win over C. Milton Wright
Touchdowns scored by Hammond quarterback Tyler Martin -- six passing, one rushing -- in a 47-38 victory over River Hill
Touchdowns thrown by Westminster quarterback Duke Etchison in a 51-22 win over Francis Scott Key – tying a state record