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Only two weeks remain in the high school football season and only six Baltimore-area teams are still in the running for state championships. After Week 12, just No. 4 Broadneck, No. 12 Franklin, No. 14 Dunbar, Eastern Tech, Wilde Lake and Havre de Grace move on to the state semfinals.

Here are some numbers that stand out from this past weekend's games, the history of the state semifinals and the annual Turkey Bowl game coming up Thanksgiving morning between No. 1 Calvert Hall at Loyola at M&T Bank Stadium

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Defending champion to reach the state semifinals – Eastern Tech in Class 2A.

2

Teams seeded fourth in their regions that reached the state semifinals – Broadneck and Huntingtown.

2

Straight years No. 8 Archbishop Spalding has avenged a regular-season loss to win the MIAA B Conference crown – this year over No. 13 Archbishop Curley and last year over Boys' Latin.

4

Undefeated local teams to fall in the regional finals – No. 7 North Harford, No. 11 South Carroll, Western Tech and Forest Park. Only Maryland Christian and Annapolis Area Christian School finished off undefeated seasons in the Baltimore metro area.

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5

Turnovers by No. 3 Arundel in falling to Broadneck, 39-28, in the Class 4A East region final.

5

Yards gained by Franklin quarterback Joey Dorsey on his four touchdown runs in the Indians' 28-21 upset of North Harford for the Class 3A North title.

6

Sacks for Dunbar's defense in the 32-12 victory over Forest Park for the Class 1A North title.

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6:56

Time it took Broadneck to score 22 straight points to finish off Arundel in the region final.

7

Most state titles won by any team in this year's semifinal field – by Damascus.

7

State semifinalists who have never won a title – Broadneck, Franklin, Wise, Huntingtown, Middletown, Queen Anne's and Brunswick.

8

Teams seeded No. 1 in their regions still alive in the state semifinals, including two locals -- Eastern Tech and Havre de Grace.

8

Straight regional championships for Dunbar, which went on to win the state Class 1A title four times between 2004 and 2008.

8

Years since Wilde Lake defeated River Hill before the Wildecats' 13-7 overtime victory Friday in the Class 3A East regional final.9

Touchdown passes by Christian DiPaola, of Maryland Christian, in winning two games -- and the championships -- at the National Homeschool Football Association finals.

12

Most combined state titles won by the four semifinalists in any one classification – Damascus (7), Wilde Lake (5), Franklin (0) and Huntingtown (0) in Class 3A.

13

Wins for undefeated Maryland Christian – the most of any local team this season.

24

Straight times the team scoring first has won the Calvert Hall-Loyola Turkey Bowl game.

33.5

Margin of victory in points for Maryland Christian in winning the National Homeschool Football Association championship as the Saints allowed just 8 total points in the semifinal and final games.

91

Years of the Calvert Hall-Loyola football rivalry.

154

Seconds left in the game when Eastern Tech scored a touchdown and then hit the extra point to take a final 7-6 lead over City in the Class 2A North final.

11,898

Fans on hand for last year's Turkey Bowl at M&T Bank Stadium.

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