Football: By The Numbers

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Only one week remains in the regular season for most high school football teams and the big performances continue to dominate the playoff races, including another state-record tying performance by Westminster quarterback Deryk Kern and a couple of last-minute, game-winning field goals. Here’s a look at those and some of the other statistics that stood out in Week Nine.

4

Seconds left when Broadneck’s Adam Greene converted the first final-seconds game-winning field goal of his career – a 25-yarder to beat Southern, 31-28

5

Undefeated teams remaining in the Baltimore metro area – River Hill, Arundel, Westminster, St. Paul’s, and St. Frances

5

Interceptions this season by Calvert Hall’s Stephen Kelly

6

Shutouts posted in nine games by River Hill and Dunbar

7

Touchdown passes thrown by Westminster quarterback Deryk Kern in a 56-7 win over Leonardtown, tying the state single-game record for the second time this season

13

Seconds left when Loyola’s Bennett Bradley kicked a 19-yard field goal to beat Mount St. Joseph, 31-28

14

Point third-quarter deficit overcome by Loyola en route to the win over Mount St. Joseph

19

Consecutive 100-yard rushing performances by Reginald Lewis’ Donnie Neal, who carried 14 times for 100 yards in a 36-0 win over Southside

19

Straight wins by River Hill, the Baltimore area’s longest active streak

27

Straight points scored by Calvert Hall to finish a 27-7 win over Archbishop Spalding

31.4

Average margin of victory for Gilman over its five MIAA A Conference opponents this fall

36

First-quarter points scored by Dunbar in christening its new field with a 64-0 win over Carver

49

Touchdown passes thrown this fall by Westminster’s Deryk Kern, seven shy of the single-season state record

59

Wins for Gilman in the 97 years of its rivalry game against McDonogh, including the past four

177-0

Point differential for River Hill in winning its past four games

200

Career wins for Arundel coach Chuck Markiewicz with a 55-20 win over Chesapeake-AA

388

Yards passing for South River’s Connor Cox, who completed 33 of 46 passes and threw for six touchdowns in a 62-19 win over North County

528

Yards of total offense – 395 on the ground – for New Town in a 38-18 win over Western Tech

 

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