Baltimore-area varsity football: By The Numbers for Week 6

After six weeks of the high school football regular season, just a handful of teams remain undefeated, but the impressive statistics keep on rolling. Here are some of the ones that stood out in the Baltimore area over the weekend.

2 — Plays in the final seven minutes by Chesapeake-AA’s Russell Tongue, a 26-yard touchdown reception and an interception, to secure a 28-24 victory over South River and keep the Cougars unbeaten

2 — 80-yard touchdown plays in Mount Saint Joseph’s 49-6 win over Loyola Blakefield, Marlowe Wax Jr.’s run from scrimmage and Matthew Harris’ run after a fumble recovery

4 — Interceptions each by Franklin and Manchester Valley in their wins Friday

5 — Touchdowns scored by Archbishop Spalding’s Jayden Umbarger in a 43-42 win over St. Anthony’s, N.Y. He ran for three, threw for two and completed the conversion pass for the game-winning points.

10 — Baltimore-area teams remaining unbeaten: St. Frances, Broadneck, Mervo, Milford Mill, Chesapeake-AA, Liberty, Glenelg, Edmondson, Harford Tech and Dunbar.

21 — Point deficit erased by Archbishop Spalding in the fourth quarter en route to a 43-42 win over St. Anthony’s, N.Y.

44 — Yard field goal kicked by Severna Park’s Travis Victorio, who also hit a 34-yarder, in a 20-15 win over Glen Burnie

48 — Points scored by Pikesville in Friday’s win over Sparrows Point, the first win of the season for the Panthers and the most points they’ve scored in a game in six years

79 — Percent of Edgewood’s points scored by cousins Antwain and Deonte Banks, who have combined for 27 of the Rams’ 32 touchdowns in six games

94 — Yard kickoff return for a touchdown by Archbishop Spalding’s Brevin Easton in the win over St. Anthony’s

95 — Yard kickoff return by Long Reach’s Luis Gooden Jr. in a 22-14 loss to Howard

176 — Yards receiving on four catches by Patapsco’s Da’shawn Gugliuzza with two touchdowns in a 38-37 win over Loch Raven.

177 — Yards rushing by St. Mary’s Marcus Marshall who scored one touchdown in a 27-24 win over Archbishop Curley

270 — Yards passing by Century quarterback Brett Kropinksi, who threw for three touchdowns in a 32-20 loss to Westminster

276 — Points scored this fall by Arundel, the most of any Baltimore-area team

344 — Yards passing by Westminster quarterback Christian Etchison, who threw for four touchdowns in the win over Century

350 — Wins in program history for Wilde Lake with Friday’s 55-0 win over Mount Hebron

353 — Yards passing by Patapsco quarterback Dontasz Wilson with two touchdowns in the win over Loch Raven. That’s a single-game school record for passing yardage.

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