Football By the Numbers for Week 7

The Baltimore Sun

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


Undefeated teams remaining in the Baltimore area: McDonogh, Old Mill, St. Paul's, Carver, Douglass, Fallston and North Carroll


Point halftime deficit overcome by Arundel in its 52-33 win over South River


Straight wins for St. Paul's, the area's longest active winning streak


Points allowed by River Hill in its first six games before Hammond scored 47 Friday night


Straight regular-season victories for Perryville before Havre de Grace ended the run with a 23-13 win


Straight wins for River Hill until Hammond ended the run Friday night


First quarter points scored by Southern in a 40-14 win over North County


Yard kickoff return for a touchdown by Southern's Dejuan Neal in the win over North County


Career wins for Howard coach Bruce Strunk with the Lions' 29-26 win over Centennial


Career wins for City coach George Petrides with the Knights' victory over Mervo


Yards rushing on 36 carries for Milford Mill's Jamaal Morant, who scored two touchdowns in a 34-20 win over Dundalk


Yards passing by South River quarterback Jalen Jones, who threw for two touchdowns in a 52-33 loss to Arundel


Yards passing by Hammond quarterback Tyler Martin, who threw for six touchdowns in the upset of River Hill. That's just 34 yards shy of the state record.

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