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After a week off, By The Numbers returns with everything from last minute heroics to a tied county record to a 297-point difference between the most points allowed by a local team and the fewest allowed.

There were so many interesting statistics that they all couldn't make it, so here's a look at the ones that made the cut for Week 7.

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Rushing touchdowns scored by Mervo's Tyreke Rudolph in the Mustangs first win over City in nearly 20 years, 35-14

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Overtimes for John Carroll to beat Boys' Latin, 47-40

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Straight Dena Bowl wins for Chesapeake-AA, which defeated Northeast 24-0 in the 38th annual rivalry game

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Rushing touchdowns scored by Howard's Najee Savage in the first 16:20 of the Lions' 51-0 win over Centennial

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Turnovers overcome by River Hill in a 20-18 win over Hammond

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

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Local teams remaining undefeated -- Archbishop Curley, Arundel, Broadneck, Howard, River Hill, Aberdeen, Mervo, Edmondson, FAET and Milford Mill

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Seconds left when Marriotts Ridge's Eric Skogmo intercepted a Glenelg pass to seal the Mustangs' 12-7 victory

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Catches for Westminster's Patrick Fitzgerald in the Owls' 38-14 win over F.S. Key -- tying a Carroll County single-game record for the second time this season

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Public school teams statewide that remain undefeated

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Seconds left when Mount Hebron's Sean Burke hit Darrell Pratt Jr. with an 81-yard touchdown pass to beat Wilde Lake, 39-35

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Points allowed by FAET this season -- the fewest of any local school

55

Points allowed by Archbishop Curley this fall -- the only MIAA team in any classification under 100

100

Career wins for Southern coach Russ Meyers, whose Bulldogs beat North County 28-27

109

Yards on three punt returns by Howard's Malik Anderson in the first quarter of the win over Centennial

216

Yards rushing by Mount Saint Joseph's Nevone McCrimmon, who scored three touchdowns in a 35-20 win over Archbishop Spalding

220

Yards rushing by Mount Hebron's Brennen White, who scored three touchdowns in the win over Wilde Lake

251

Passing yards by Broadneck's Canaan Gebele, who threw for four touchdowns (and ran for one) in a 42-11 win over Severna Park

265

Yards passing by Manchester Valley quarterback Brody Coleman, who was 18-for-20 with three touchdowns in a 46-14 win over Winters Mill

323

Points scored this season by Arundel -- the most of any local team

490

Total yards gained by C. Milton Wright quarterback Omar Walker -- 200 passing and 290 rushing -- who scored four touchdowns in a 35-20 loss to Fallston

645

Yards of total offense gained by Meade in a 46-6 win over Annapolis

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