The regular season came to an end this weekend with many teams looking forward to playoffs. Here's a look back at some of the key numbers from the action-packed regular-season finales:

1 Minute to play when Forest Park's Patrick Makell smothered a Lake Clifton fumble on his own 6-yard line, sealing a 6-0 victory, an unbeaten regular season and the Baltimore City Division II title for the Foresters.


2 City fumbles inside No. 11 Poly's 10-yard line late in the game, one setting up Gabriel Ali-El's decisive 9-yard touchdown run in Poly's 26-20 overtime victory in the 121st meeting Saturday between the two schools.

4 Straight undefeated regular seasons for No. 3 River Hill, which won its 40th consecutive Howard County game, 41-21, over Centennial Friday night.5 Undefeated teams remaining: Arundel, River Hill, Joppatowne, Boys' Latin and Forest Park. The first four are 10-0; the Foresters are 9-0.

6 Touchdowns – four passing and two rushing – for Century quarterback Josh Bordner as the Knights defeated Francis Scott Key, 63-12, Friday to finish off their second straight unbeaten season in Carroll County.

9 MIAA A Conference championships for No. 5 Gilman since 1998.

17 Consecutive Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference victories for No. 6 Joppatowne with Friday's 28-7 win over C. Milton Wright.

32 Years since No. 8 Boys' Latin posted its last undefeated regular season, securing this one with Friday's 40-27 win over St. Paul's.

37 Average margin of victory for No. 1 Arundel, which completed its season with a 69-28 win over Southern as quarterback Billy Cosh and wide receiver R.J. Harris continued to update the state record book.

80 Yards that Broadneck's Domenick Johnson ran after recoving a fumble for a touchdown, giving the Bruins a 44-38 upset over No. 4 Old Mill Friday night.

252 Yards rushing on 35 carries for Gilman quarterback Darius Jennings, who scored three touchdowns in the Greyhounds' 34-27 win at No. 2 McDonogh Saturday to clinch the MIAA A Conference crown.

14,168 Approximate combined attendance for the City-Poly and Gilman-McDonogh games on Saturday afternoon. The announced crowd for City-Poly at M&T Bank Stadium was 8,168. There was no official gate at McDonogh, where the estimated crowd was 6,000 -- standing-room only in the 5,000-seat capacity stands and at least 1,000 more around the fence.