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Some weeks the numbers just say it all, so here are the ones that stand out after the first week of high school football playoff action.

Some weeks the numbers just say it all, so here are the ones that stand out after the first week of high school football playoff action.

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Game-sealing interception by North Carroll's Jack Schollian in the final seconds of a 17-14 win over Allegany

3

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Touchdowns scored by Douglass' Maurice McFadden within 10 minutes and 24 seconds in a 50-6 win over Lake Clifton

3

Undefeated teams remaining in the Baltimore area -- Howard, FAET and Archbishop Curley

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Of the last four weeks in which The Baltimore Sun's No. 1 team has been upset -- this week, Broadneck by Old Mill, 26-0; last week, Gilman by McDonogh and two weeks ago McDonogh by St. Frances

4

Extra points kicked by River Hill freshman Cooper McGeehan in a 28-26 win over Reservoir

4

Touchdowns scored by Liberty's Ryan Scheufele, who ran for three and caught one in a 37-7 win over Poolesville

6

Yard run up the middle for Eastern Tech's Brandon Hlavach to make the difference in a 27-21 overtime win against Hereford.

10

Seconds left when FAET quarterback Quantez Snow hit Kija Jackson with an 8-yard touchdown pass to defeat Fairmont Heights

10

Points allowed by Howard in its last six games

11

Game winning streak by Howard, the Baltimore area's longest active streak

14-0

Lead taken by Arundel in the first minute of its 35-29 win over North Point

19

Of 26 points scored off turnovers in Old Mill's upset of No. 1 Broadneck

34.75

Yard average on four field goals kicked by Old Mill's Chris Walker, whose longest was 41 yards, in the win over Broadneck

35

Carries by FAET's Robert Murphy III, who gained 135 yards in the win over Fairmont Heights

38

Points allowed by FAET this season, 3.8 per game, the fewest of any local team

69

Yards averaged on two touchdown receptions by Howard's Christian Dargan in the 28-7 win over Perry Hall

94

Yard kickoff return by Lake Clifton's Arnold Davis for the Lakers' only points in the loss to Douglass

96

Yard drive orchestrated in less than two minutes by North Carroll quarterback Jack Flowers, who completed it with a 33-yard touchdown pass to Zach Sherman with 41 seconds to go to beat Allegany

221

Yards rushing by Arundel's Larry Barnes, who scored three touchdowns, in the win over North Point

244

Yards rushing by Franklin's Darius Hinton, who scored three touchdowns, in a 47-24 win over Milford Mill

380

Yards gained by Oakland Mills quarterback David Pindell, who threw for 300 yards, ran for 80 and scored five touchdowns, in a 60-41 loss to Patuxent

469

Points scored this season by Douglass, more than any other local team

1,844

Rushing yards this season by South Carroll's Chris Gavin, breaking a Carroll County record that stood for 16 years

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