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Football By The Numbers for Week 10

McDonogh teammates Ellis McKennie (left) and Wyatt Cook share in kissing the trophy as the team celebrates its victory over Gilman during their 99th annual game, for the MIAA A Conference championship.
McDonogh teammates Ellis McKennie (left) and Wyatt Cook share in kissing the trophy as the team celebrates its victory over Gilman during their 99th annual game, for the MIAA A Conference championship. (Karl Merton Ferron / Baltimore Sun)

The final week of the regular season featured comeback wins in two longtime rivalries, the first team to complete an undefeated season and special teams heroics that decided a couple key games.

While the MIAA season has come to a close, many public school teams play on in regional competition that begins Friday. By The Numbers will keep going through the state finals on the first weekend in December.

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Here's a look at some of the big moments from this past weekend and the first 10 weeks of the season.

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Extra point kicked by Mervo's Donte Ramseur to make the difference in the Mustangs' 9-8 win over Edmondson

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Extra point blocked by Reservoir's Joey Janush to make the difference in the Gators' 14-13 win over River Hill

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Undefeated season in school history for Archbishop Curley, which finished 10-0 after defeating St. Paul's 56-14 for the MIAA B Conference title

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Regional playoff berth in school history for Marriotts Ridge and FAET

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Touchdown passes thrown in the first quarter by Calvert Hall quarterback Kenji Bahar to spark a 21-7 upset of Mount Saint Joseph

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Touchdowns scored by sophomore running back Malique McGriff in McDonogh's 21-14 overtime win at Gilman in the teams' 99th meeting

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Sacks by Howard's Winston DeLattiboudere III in a 28-0 win over Long Reach

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Rushing touchdowns scored by Franklin's Darius Hinton, who ran 13 times for 172 yards in a 48-13 win over Catonsville

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Undefeated teams from the Baltimore area -- Broadneck, Archbishop Curley, Howard, Mervo and FAET

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Big plays on defense by Marriotts' Ridge's Jordan Chandler -- three sacks, two forced fumbles, one recovery -- in addition to rushing for three touchdowns, in a 34-6 win over Mount Hebron

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Shutouts in 10 games by Carver

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Turnovers forced by Franklin in the win over Catonsville

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Wins this season for Mount Saint Joseph, which won just two games last season and eight in the past three seasons combined

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Of nine possessions on which Archbishop Curley scored in its win over St. Paul's

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Straight wins for Old Mill, which started 0-2, but made it into the regional playoffs

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Straight wins by Mervo -- the area's longest active winning streak

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Straight points scored by City in its 22-12 win over Poly in the 126th meeting between the two schools

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Sacks this season by Reginald Lewis defensive end Rickey Goodwin III

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Points allowed this fall by FAET -- the fewest of any local team

194

Yards rushing by Arundel's Larry Barnes, who scored twice in a 35-27 win over Meade

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Of St. Vincent Pallotti's total 359 rushing yards gained in the second half of a 43-14 win over Annapolis Area Christian for the MIAA C Conference title

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Yards gained by Archbishop Curley's Deonte Harris, who scored five touchdowns, four rushing and one receiving, in the win over St. Paul's. He ran for 211 yards.

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Points scored this fall by Oakland Mills -- the most of any local team

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Yards passing by Oakland Mills quarterback David Pindell, including 275 in the 52-18 win over Wilde Lake

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