Football: By the Numbers for Week Two

September 09, 2012|By Katherine Dunn | The Baltimore Sun

Week Two of the high school football season featured more big runs and more prolific passing as well as a many-year winning streak brought to an end. Here are some of the numbers that stood out from this past weekend's action:


Overtime games in its last three outings for Old Mill, which needed extra time to beat Severna Park, 20-14, Friday, and won the Class 4A state title last December, 36-35, over Quince Orchard


Interceptions by Loyola in its 34-15 win over Valley Forge, Pa.


Sacks for Gilman tackle Henry Poggi in a 13-6 win over Don Bosco Prep, N.J.


Touchdowns scored by Reginald Lewis’ Donnie Neal – a school record – in a 48-0 win over Ben Franklin


Touchdowns scored this season by Century’s Tyrice Rock – all but one of his team’s total


Undefeated teams left in The Baltimore Sun’s Top 15 – River Hill, Arundel, Old Mill, Catonsville, Westminster, South River, Atholton and Curley


Passing touchdowns by South River’s Connor Cox in two games


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


Fourth-quarter points scored by Westminster in a comeback 35-21 win over Urbana


Seconds left when Catonsville’s Joseth Hylton ran for a touchdown to beat Perry Hall, 28-21


Points scored in the first half by Meade in its 41-0 win over Annapolis


Game win streak for Don Bosco Prep, N.J., before Gilman ended it Saturday


Second-half points scored by South River in its opening two wins, including 32 in Friday’s 49-23 win over Southern


Yard interception return for a touchdown by Gilman’s Micah Kiser in the win over Don Bosco


Percent of St. Paul’s possessions converted into touchdowns in a 62-6 win over Western Tech


Yards passing by Arundel’s Cooper Hibbs in a 55-0 win over Northeast


Rushing yards on 38 carries by Mount St. Joe’s Nevone McCrimmon in a 47-36 win over St. Albans


Yards of total offense for Arundel in the win over Northeast

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