Varsity football: By the Numbers for Week 5

Baltimore-area high school football players posted some of the biggest numbers of the season in Week 5, including four players who accounted for more than 300 yards each. Of course some of the smallest numbers are equally impressive, so here’s a look at the stats that stood out this week and through the first half of the regular season.


Interceptions thrown this fall by Perry Hall ‘s Tyler Holley, who is 68-for-101 passing for 1,481 yards and 17 touchdowns


Interceptions by McDonogh defensive back BJ Farrare in Friday’s 17-6 win over Archbishop Spalding


Baltimore area’s longest active winning streak — by St. Frances, Severn, Howard, Broadneck, Havre de Grace, Harford Tech and Reginald Lewis


Touchdowns scored by St. Frances’ defense in the first five weeks


Turnovers forced by Poly’s defense — including two interceptions by Eric Watson — in Friday’s 8-0 win over Douglass


Points allowed by Forest Park this fall, the fewest of any Baltimore-area team


Baltimore-area teams remaining undefeated — St. Frances, Severn, Howard, Broadneck, Havre de Grace, Harford Tech and Reginald Lewis at 5-0, with River Hill and Forest Park at 4-0


Yard field goal by Manchester Valley’s Dayne Koontz to give the Mavericks a 10-7 overtime victory Thursday over Century


Yard touchdown run by Meade’s Cameron Smith in Thursday’s 42-8 win over Annapolis


Yard interception return for a touchdown by Westminster’s Zane Lewis in Thursday’s 36-14 win over Francis Scott Key


Yards receiving by Arundel’s Kyle Kidwell, who caught one touchdown pass in Thursday’s 47-21 win over Glen Burnie.


Yards receiving by Digital Harbor’s Tyrese Kwanna, who caught 10 passes and had two touchdowns in Thursday’s 42-40 loss to North Hagerstown in two overtimes


Points scored this fall by Broadneck, more than any other Baltimore-area team


Yards rushing by Old Mill’s Isaiah Batts, who had 25 carries and scored four touchdowns in a 49-26 win Thursday over North County


Yards passing by Broadneck’s Shane Davis, who was 23-for-37 with four touchdowns in Thursday’s 42-21 win over Northeast


Yards passing by Arundel’s Ryan Sedgwick, who was also 23-for-37 with two touchdown passes in the win over Glen Burnie


Yards rushing by committee for River Hill in Thursday’s 42-6 win over Long Reach


All purpose yards gained by Patterson’s Karon Johnson — 164 rushing, 189 on returns — with five touchdowns in Thursday’s 45-40 win over Mount Hebron


Yards passing by Digital Harbor’s Michael McClain, who was 35-for-48 with two touchdowns in the loss to North Hagerstown

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