Baltimore-area varsity football: By The Numbers for Week 7

In a season that has featured a lot of lopsided games in Baltimore-area high school football, this past weekend stood out for its close games. Impressive stats often emerge from the tightest games, so here’s a look at the ones that stood out in Week 7, including one school record and a couple players closing in on county and/or state records.

1 — Batted passes by Milford Mill defensive back Jawaun Werrell on Franklin’s fourth down in overtime to preserve a 19-13 Millers victory


3 — Sacks by Severna Park’s Jordan Robinson, who also had a forced fumble and a fumble recovery in a 17-12 win over Meade

5 – Yard touchdown run by Winters Mill’s Alex Barnes in overtime to beat Manchester Valley, 26-20


6 — Touchdown passes thrown by Broadneck quarterback Josh Ehrlich in Friday’s 48-30 win over South River — a school single-game record for the freshman, who was 16-for-21 for 303 yards

How The Baltimore Sun's Top 15 high school football teams fared in Week 7, 2018.

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

21 — Interceptions in seven games for Milford Mill, which had three in the win over Franklin — by Kamren Turner, Khalil Scott and Jawaun Werrell

31 — Carries by Towson running back Damone Moore, who ran for 172 yards and two touchdowns in a 40-0 win over Loch Raven

35 — Unanswered points scored by Arundel to beat Annapolis, 35-34

38.6 — Average margin of victory for St. Frances this fall

39.6 – Seconds left when Liberty’s Michael Spitz intercepted a pass to preserve a 28-20 victory over Westminster

43 — Yard field goal kicked by Wilde Lake’s Elwyn Yount, who also nailed a 38-yarder, in a 43-0 win over Hammond

47 — Career touchdown receptions by Broadneck’s Ethon Williams, two shy of the state record set by Max Morris of St. John’s-Prospect Hall in 2004. He needs one more to tie the Anne Arundel County and state public school record set by Arundel’s Ronnie Harris in 2009.

97 — Yard quarterback keeper for a touchdown by Edgewood’s Antwain Banks in a 38-8 win over Aberdeen

98— Yard touchdown run by Mount Saint Joseph linebacker Marlowe Wax Jr. after he snatched the ball from the McDonogh quarterback at the line of scrimmage in a 34-30 Gaels win

233 — Yards rushing by Glenelg running back Wande Owens, who ran for two touchdowns and threw for one in a 49-14 win over Long Reach


237 — Yards passing by South River quarterback David Foust, who threw for two touchdowns and ran for a score in the loss to Broadneck

330 — Yards rushing by Dundalk, including 198 by quarterback Treshawn Ray, in a 55-12 win over Dulaney

2009 — The last time Liberty defeated Westminster before Friday night’s victory

5,003 — Career rushing yards by Glenelg’s Wande Owens, who needs 93 more to break the Howard County record set by Wilde Lake’s Raphael Wall in 1990

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