Football: By The Numbers for Week One

September 03, 2012|By Katherine Dunn | The Baltimore Sun

The first full Friday-Saturday slate of varsity football included so many impressive statistics, we couldn't include them all. Among those that made the cut: a 99-yard kickoff return, a school record and a quick christening of a new turf field. Here's a look at the standout statistics from this weekend's action:

1

Win for Kenwood, 42-6 over Dulaney, matching the Bluebirds’ win total for the entire 2011 season

1

Play for Western Tech to score on a 68-yard pass from Jamal Pryor to Sidney Mason, kickstarting a 30-0 win over Lansdowne

2

Howard interceptions late in the game to seal a 28-14 win over Glenelg

2

Interceptions by Archbishop Spalding’s Zach Abey in a 20-7 loss to Douglass-PG

3

Turnovers forced by Gilman in its 20-19 overtime loss to Good Counsel

3

Touchdowns scored by City quarterback Troy Robinson on his only three carries in a 42-3 win over Eastern Tech

5

Sacks by Westminster in a 41-6 win over Tuscarora

6

Touchdown passes thrown by South River’s Connor Cox and by Westminster’s Deryk Kern

13

Tackles by Atholton’s Cody Stolar in a 14-12 overtime win over Wilde Lake

14

Tackles by Archbishop Curley’s Nik D’Avanzo in an 18-13 win over Patterson

15

Straight wins for Old Mill, the Baltimore area’s longest active streak

16

Points surrendered on four turnovers by Dunbar in a 30-6 loss to Calvert Hall

20

Point lead taken by Aberdeen, which held on to nip Edgewood 27-21

25

Yard field goal blocked by Gilman’s Robert Branch to force overtime at Good Counsel

38

First-half points scored by River Hill in its 52-16 win over Long Reach

49

Point turnaround for Severn against Annapolis Area Christian School, winning 44-12 after falling 31-14 last year

71

Yard touchdown run by Howard’s Michael Anderson on the first play from scrimmage on the Lions’ new turf field

95

Yard touchdown run by Century’s Tyrice Rock – the longest in school history – in a 30-28 loss to Frederick

99

Yard kickoff return by Old Mill’s Marcus Hicks in a 35-7 win over Broadneck

338

Yards passing by South River quarterback Connor Cox in a 48-24 win over Chesapeake-AA

516

Combined yards passing (368) and rushing (148) gained by St. Mary’s quarterback Spencer Coyle in a 48-31 win over St. Albans

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