Baltimore-area varsity football: By The Numbers for Week 4

Just when it seemed the numbers couldn’t get any bigger, they just kept growing in the top high school football performances of the weekend. Here’s a look at some of the statistics that stood out in Week 4.

1 — Touchdown scored by a female player in Long Reach history as Mimi Britt ran for a 5-yard score in Friday’s 60-0 win over Centennial.

12 — Years since Severna Park defeated Old Mill before Friday night’s 28-21 victory.

22 — Yard field goal in overtime by Archbishop Curley’s Josh Knapp to beat Severn, 22-21, Friday.

27 — Seconds of possession for Edgewood in the first quarter against C. Milton Wright on Friday, but the Rams led 21-0 on their only two plays from scrimmage and a defensive touchdown en route to a 47-0 win.

38 — Seconds left when Century quarterback Brett Kropinski hit Brandon Will with a 14-yard scoring pass to beat Francis Scott Key, 14-7.

46 — Seconds into the game when Towson’s Ben Ducharme scored his second touchdown in a 50-16 win over Patapsco on Saturday. The senior recovered a fumble in the end zone and then returned a blocked punt for a touchdown.

92 — Yard scoring run by Northeast’s Danny Baker, who also ran for touchdowns of 60 and 69 yards and had 229 yards on just nine carries in a 21-13 win over Cape Henlopen (Del.) on Friday night.

95 — Plays from scrimmage run by Arundel in a 61-49 loss to Broadneck on Friday. That’s two per minute.

98 — Yard scoring drive by River Hill, capped by Robby Windsor’s 33-yard touchdown pass to Anthony Behrmann to give the Hawks a 23-9 lead at the half en route to a 23-15 win over Wilde Lake.

209 — Yards receiving by Broadneck’s Ethon Williams on seven catches with four touchdowns in the win over Arundel.

256 — Yards rushing by Annapolis’ Ahmon Middleton with four touchdowns in a 62-27 win over South River Friday.

332 — Yards passing by Broadneck quarterback Josh Ehrlich, who was 12-for-22 with five touchdowns in the win over Arundel.

368 — Yards rushing with six touchdowns by Atholton in Friday’s 43-13 win over Mount Hebron, led by 139 yards and a touchdown from Jon Watkins and 131 yards and three touchdowns from Melvin Brown.

459 — Yards passing by Arundel quarterback Austin Slye, who was 46-for-62 with five touchdowns in the loss to Broadneck.

467 — Yards rushing by Annnapolis, which scored all nine touchdowns on the ground in a 62-27 win over South River. Ahmon Middleton ran for 256 yards and four touchdowns.

986 — Yards of combined total offense by Broadneck and Arundel in Friday night’s game.

2000 — The last time Liberty opened the season 4-0 before Friday night’s 56-0 win over Winters Mill.

2001 — The last time Northeast jumped out to a 4-0 start before defeating Cape Henlopen on Friday.

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