Football: By The Numbers

September 16, 2012|By Katherine Dunn

Week Three of the high school footbal season featured a couple of record-tying performances, lopsided wins by the highest-ranked public school teams and the continuation of the area’s longest winning streak. Here are some of the numbers that stood out this weekend:


Win in school history for Lewis over Forest Park with Friday’s 48-8 victory


Average margin of victory for Atholton in opening the season 3-0


Fumbles by Curley in the first half before building a 42-6 win over Owings Mills


Touchdowns scored by Harford Tech’s Andris Armstrong – one passing, one rushing, one interception return – in a 21-14 win over Friends


Field goals, including the game-winner in overtime, kicked by Severna Park’s Jake Kenealy in a 26-23 win over Annapolis


Touchdown passes caught by Wesminster’s Garrett Bean in a 49-14 win at Linganore, tying the state public schools record


Touchdown passes thrown by Westminster’s Deryk Kern against Linganore, also tying the state public schools record


Extra points kicked by River Hill’s Alex Potocko on eight attempts in a 56-0 win over Centennial


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


Tackles by Chesapeake-AA linebacker Matt Michalski in a 29-13 win over Southern


Seconds into the game when Catonsville’s DeAndre’ Lane scored on an 89-yard kickoff return to jump start a 35-6 win over Woodlawn


Of 17 kickoffs to go for touchbacks this season by Broadneck’s Adam Greene


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


Seconds left when Grant Hudson scored from 1-yard out to give Broadneck a comeback 28-24 win over South River


Straight points scored by St. Paul’s to open its 44-14 win over North Harford


Average margin of victory this week for the top five ranked public school teams in The Sun’s Top 15


Passes thrown by South River quarterback Connor Cox, who completed 30 of them including four for touchdowns against Broadneck


Points scored this season by Mount Hebron – eight more than all of last season


Yards rushing for Coleman Blackston in Dunbar’s 27-0 win over City


Passing yards gained by Westminster’s Deryk Kern in three games


The last time Mount Hebron defeated Wilde Lake before Friday’s 41-6 victory


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