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Severna Park's Josh Coffman shoots as Churchill's Ian Rosenthal works to block during last season's 4A-3A state championship game at Stevenson.
Severna Park's Josh Coffman shoots as Churchill's Ian Rosenthal works to block during last season's 4A-3A state championship game at Stevenson. (By Matthew Cole / Capital Gazette)

Here’s a look at the 2018 boys lacrosse season by the numbers.

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Championships to be won in the MSSAA playoffs as all classifications — 4A, 3A, 2A, 1A — will have their own title games. Previously, the public school championships were split into three: 4A-3A, 3A-2A and 2A-1A.

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20

Goals scored by Southern-AA in claiming the program’s first Class 2A-1A state crown with a 20-7 win over South Carroll. The total tied a MPSSAA state record for a boys championship game.

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Points recorded by Hereford’s returning attack last season. JD Nozemack (58 goals, 68 assists for 128 points), Jake Furman (41, 35, 76) and Gavin Schatall (37, 12, 49) give the Bulls one of the most formidable attacks in the area.

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315

Goals scored by Class 4A-3A state champion Severna Park last season. In completing a 20-0 season, the Falcons averaged 15.7 per game.

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