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Football By The Numbers 2015 final edition

As we close the door on 2015 high school football, here's a look at some of the season's standout team and individual accomplishments. Many of them take their places in local or state record books. All put a memorable stamp on an exciting fall.

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Gilman's final ranking in the state media poll

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Team to repeat as state champion – Fort Hill in Class 1A, for the third straight year

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Baltimore area team to finish the season undefeated – John Carroll

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Local players selected for the Under Armour All-America game -- Gilman defensive tackle Ellison Jordan and Boys' Latin punter Dom Maggio

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School career records set this fall by Franklin's Steven Smothers, including 5,407 all-purpose yards, 65 total touchdowns and 44 receiving touchdowns

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Straight wins by John Carroll, the area's longest active win streak

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Wins by Dundalk, a school record

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Latest national ranking for Gilman in the USA Today Super 25 Expert Rankings

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Sacks this season by Mervo's Malcolm Ali and by Douglass' Malik Holloway

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Career field goals by Boys' Latin's Dom Maggio, breaking the state record of 27 set by Broadneck's Adam Greene in 2011.

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Points allowed by FAET this fall, the fewest of any team in the Baltimore area and any team in the state playoffs

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Passing touchdowns by Franklin quarterback Jimmy Lahay, a school single-season record along with his 277 attempts

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Combined touchdowns this fall by Dundalk quarterback Darrius Sample, a school record

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Playoff wins by Dunbar, including two this season, to improve on its state record

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Touchdowns thrown this fall by John Carroll quarterback Kurt Rawlings, a Harford County record and fourth-most in state history

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Career sacks by Gilman defensive tackle Ellison Jordan, a school record

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Touchdowns scored this fall by Damascus running back and Maryland commit Jake Funk, breaking the state record of 49 set by Old Mill's Rob Chesson in 2011

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Career tackles by Franklin junior linebacker Michael Gibson, a school record

1,037

Career receiving yards by South Carroll's Patrick Kelly, a school record

4,350

Yards of total offense gained by Gilman this fall

4,387

Yards of total offense gained by Old Mill this fall

4,936

Career all-purpose yards gained by Howard's Malik Anderson, a school record

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Last time no Baltimore-area team won a state football championship before this season

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