Numbers game

November 02, 2005

3 -- Teams tied for the regular-season football crown in Baltimore City's Division I. They are defending league champion Dunbar, Patterson and City College. Dunbar beat City, 30-6, then lost to Patterson, 22-16, in overtime, before Patterson lost to City, 18-12, thanks to a drive-ending, last-second interception.

4 -- Consecutive Baltimore City boys soccer titles won by Poly, the first under coach Nick Greer. Poly's top scorer through the regular season was midfielder Sam McLaughlin with 16 goals and 11 assists.

16:03 -- The time it took Archbishop Curley junior Eric Anderson to cover the 3.1-mile cross country course at Herring Run Park in a win that lifted the Friars over rival McDonogh on Oct. 26. It was the fastest time of the season on that course.

18 -- Tackles by W.E.B. DuBois senior linebacker Antoine Price (above) in a 24-6, Baltimore City Division I loss to Patterson on Oct. 20. Price had 15 solo tackles and a forced fumble against the Clippers.

538 -- Assists for Bryn Mawr setters Theresa Themelis and Abby Kallina through the first 69 games of the season.

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