Football: By The Numbers

Week 10 of the Baltimore high school football season included a handful of last-minute victories and some huge upsets that impacted the playoff fields. Here’s a look at some of the numbers that stood out as the MIAA A Conference started its playoffs and the rest of the area’s teams closed out their regular seasons.


Regular-season conference wins this fall for Mount St. Joseph before upsetting Archbishop Spalding, 19-13, in the MIAA A Conference quarterfinals


Point conversion run by South River quarterback Connor Cox with 1:42 left to give the Seahawks the upset win over Old Mill, 36-35


Kickoffs returned for touchdowns by Glen Burnie’s Darius Casey in a 44-29 win over Annapolis


Fumble recoveries by Reginald Lewis lineman Matthew Gross in the Falcons’ city Division II championship-clinching 20-14 win over Northwestern


Interceptions in the final five minutes by Aberdeen to seal a 27-21 win over Fallston


Straight losses for City vs. Poly before the Knights won 20-14 in the 124th meeting between the schools


Interceptions by McDonogh in its 28-7 upset win over Loyola


Undefeated teams remaining in the Baltimore metro area – River Hill, Arundel, Westminster, St. Paul’s, and St. Frances


Shutouts posted in ten games by Dunbar, which has given up only 14 points in its last nine games.


Consecutive 100-yard rushing performances by Reginal Lewis running back Donnie Neal, who carried 20 times for 189 yards in the win over Northwestern


Straight wins by River Hill, the Baltimore area’s longest active streak


Points allowed by Meade in its last five games


Yard field goal kicked by Perry Hall’s John Myers to give the Gators a 31-28 win over Hereford as time expired


Seconds left when Lavon Chaney intercepted a pass to seal South River’s upset of Old Mill


Extra points kicked this season by Westminster’s Justin Cohen, a Monocacy Valley Athletic Conference record


Passing completion percentage by Arundel quarterback Jack Gordon, who has thrown for 2,170 yards this fall (state single-season record is 69.4)


Yard touchdown run for City’s Deion Petty in scoring what held up as the game winner against Poly


Yards passing per game by Westminster quarterback Deryk Kern, who has thrown for 3,092 yards and 52 touchdowns this fall


Yards rushing by Annapolis’ Charlie Wells on 40 carries, including three touchdowns in the loss to Glen Burnie


Yards rushing this season for Century’s Tyrice Rock, third most in Carroll County history


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