For the second week in a row, the area's longest active winning streak ended, and the team with this season's best record now owns the longest streak.
One player set a county record. Several teams needed last-minute heroics to win their games.
Week Eight included perhaps more big plays and upsets than any week this season -- a fitting example of just how close we're getting to the end of the regular season.
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Here’s a look at some of the significant stats from last weekend’s action:
Touchdown passes thrown by Westminster’s Duke Etchison on fourth down in a 42-6 win over North Carroll
Touchdown runs of 29 yards or more by Patterson’s Sherrod Hawkes – 29, 30, 43 and 47 – in a 41-9 win over St. Albans
Touchdowns scored by Southern’s DeJuan Neal in a 35-0 win over Glen Burnie – four rushing, one interception return
Touchdown’s scored by Perry Hall quarterback Jeff Iweh – four passing and one rushing – in a 55-28 win over Kenwood
Undefeated teams remaining in the Baltimore area: McDonogh, Old Mill, Carver, Douglass, Fallston
Teams ranked in The Baltimore Sun's Top 15 to lose this week to unranked teams -- No. 6 St. Paul's, No. 8 Milford Mill, No. 11 Arundel, No. 13 Hammond and No. 15 City
Seconds left when safety Zach Abey picked off a pass to seal Archbishop Spalding’s 28-24 win at Georgetown Prep
Players to score touchdowns in River Hill’s 49-6 win over Oakland Mills – Drew Pritchard, Cory Daniel, Kalonji Moore, Tre Patterson, Aiden Gelb and Cyrus Vaughn