Football: By The Numbers for Week 12

November 20, 2011|By Katherine Dunn

Only 16 teams are still playing after the MIAA champions and the regional champions have been crowned. Next weekend's eight state semifinals lead up to the grand finale, the state championships at M&T Bank Stadium. A lot happened over the past weekend in just a few games, so here's a look at some of the numbers that stood out:


Team in MIAA history to win back-to-back titles in difference conferences – Annapolis Area Christian School, which won the B Conference title this season and the C Conference title last year


Overtimes needed for Gilman to beat Calvert Hall, 34-32, in the MIAA A Conference final


Teams to score more than 8 points on Dunbar this fall


Yard total rushing difference between River Hill (235 yards) and Atholton (232) in the Hawks’ 21-12 win


Straight MIAA championships for Annapolis Area Christian School – this year’s B Conference title following back-to-back C Conference titles


Baltimore area teams remaining undefeated – Old Mill, Catonsville and Overlea


Touchdown passes thrown by Calvert Hall’s Thomas Stuart in the double-overtime loss to Gilman


Teams remaining undefeated heading into the state semifinals – Old Mill, Poly, Catonsville, Overlea, Quince Orchard, Fort Hill and Perryville


Wins for St. Frances this fall -- 3 more than in the previous three years combined


MIAA A Conference championships won by Gilman – eight of them outright


Points scored by Gilman’s Cyrus Jones in the two overtimes needed to beat Calvert Hall for the A Conference title


Straight wins for Overlea – the area’s longest active winning streak


Unanswered points in the second and third quarters by Douglass-PG in its 40-20 win over Glenelg


Touchdowns scored this season by Old Mill’s Rob Chesson


Unanswered points scored by Annapolis Area Christian in its 46-13 B Conference title victory over Boys’ Latin


Yard touchdowns romps – two in a row – by Annapolis Area’s Josh McPhearson in the B Conference final, one a kickoff return and the other a run from scrimmage


Yard kickoff return for Aberdeen’s Austin Bonsall in the 38-20 win over North Harford


Points scored by Dunbar in the Class 1A South playoffs – 50-6 wins over Southside and Surrattsville


Wins in the 38-year head coaching career of Poly’s Roger Wrenn, who retired after the Engineers’ loss to Catonsville Friday


Yards gained by Catonsville’s DeAndre Lane and Julian Singletary, who scored all four touchdowns in the 28-18 win over Poly


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