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Football By the Numbers: Week 11

The first week of playoffs saw its share of upsets as five ranked teams went down — No. 4 Old Mill, No. 9 Hereford, No. 10 Southern, No. 11 Boys' Latin and No. 12 Atholton. There were lots of key performances, too, so here are some of the numbers that stand out after the regional semifinals:

0 Points allowed by Dunbar's defense since Oct. 1. While the defense has shut out six straight opponents, the offense has rolled up 254 points.

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1 Playoff victory in No. 14 Hammond's football history — Friday's 26-21 win over No. 10 Southern, which had upset then-No. 1 Arundel the previous week.

1 Defending state champion still alive — Eastern Tech in Class 2A.

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2 Teams left in the running for the MIAA A Conference title — No. 1 Calvert Hall and No. 2 Gilman. Loyola beat Georgetown Prep Saturday to drop the Little Hoyas from contention.

3 Touchdowns each for Loyola's Mike Fafaul and Ryan Black in the 49-24 win over Georgetown Prep.

4 Touchdown passes from Eastern Tech's Brad Hager to Chris Pomory in Friday's 42-0 win over Dundalk.

4 Fumbles recovered by Forest Park en route to its 32-14 win Friday over Forestville.

6 Undefeated teams remaining in the metro area as No. 7 North Harford, No. 15 South Carroll, Western Tech, Forest Park and Maryland Christian won their games to improve to 11-0 while Annapolis Area Christian has completed a 10-0 season.

7 State championships between No. 6 River Hill (2) and Wilde Lake (5), who meet in the Class 3A East region final.

14 Points down for No. 13 Patterson, which rallied to beat Thomas Johnson 30-27 Friday.

16 Years since Franklin beat No. 9 Hereford before Friday night's 47-14 win.

19 Minutes left — enough time for No. 5 Broadneck's quarterback James Mullis to hit Darnell Solomon for two touchdown passes and a comeback 16-14 win over No. 4 Old Mill.

220 Yards rushing for Hammond's Devon Paye in the victory over Southern.

270 Yards passing for Havre de Grace quarterback Darin Washington in Friday's 41-21 win over Cambridge-South Dorchester. He was 11-12 with three touchdown passes.

450 Yards of total offense for Franklin in the win over Hereford.

2004 The last time Archbishop Curley won an MIAA B Conference football championship. The Friars meet defending champion and No. 8 Archbishop Spalding for this year's title on Saturday.

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