Football: By The Numbers for Week 2

September 14, 2014|By Katherine Dunn

In Week Two of the high school football season, things calmed down a bit after a wild opening weekend. There were few surprises in the win and loss columns this past week but plenty of standout performances on the field.

Here's a look at some of the statistics that emerged from this weekend's games and the young season:

2

Fumbles, recovered by Arundel’s Diondre Walker and Ephraim Moore, converted into touchdowns in the Wildcats’ 14-7 win over Old Mill

2

Fumble recoveries returned for touchdowns by Aberdeen’s Quincy Johnson in a 35-0 win over Joppatowne

3

Interceptions by Fallston’s Kyle McKeever in the 30-29 win over Edgewood

4

Interceptions in two games by Annapolis’ Montes Davis

5

Yards of total offense managed by Anacostia against Gilman in the Greyhounds’ 49-0 win

12

Straight wins over Baltimore City opponents for Douglass

14-7

Lowest scoring game between Arundel and Old Mill in at least 12 years

26

Game losing streak ended by Lansdowne with a 7-6 win over Kenwood

29

Points scored by North Carroll’s Zach Sherman in a 35-26 win over Williamsport – 24 on touchdown receptions of 81, 70, 63 and 80 yards and five on extra points

34

Carries by Severna Park's Joe Morrow for 206 yards and three touchdowns in a 30-18 win over Southern

49

Points scored by Franklin four times in its last six games, including Friday's 49-14 win over New Town

62

Eastern Tech running plays -- for 320 yards -- in a 37-14 win over Randallstown

62

Yard touchdown run by Broadneck quarterback Canaan Gebele less than three minutes into the 42-21 win over Annapolis

90

Yard kickoff return for a touchdown by Oakland Mills’ Tre Hopkins, who also returned a punt 72 yards for a touchdown, both in the first quarter of a 55-0 win over Centennial

99

Yard punt return for a touchdown by St. Paul's Allan Koikoi in a 41-20 win over Delone Catholic, Pa.

105-0

Margin of victory this season for Oakland Mills, which has scored more points than any other Baltimore-area team and is also the only team to shut out both of its opponents

207

Yards rushing by Archbishop Spalding quarterback Evan Fochtman in a 29-28 overtime loss to Bullis

209

Yards rushing by Havre de Grace's Shawn Cardwell in a 14-7 win over Harford Tech254

Yards passing by John Carroll’s Kurt Rawlings in a 42-19 win over Delmar

312

Of Patterson’s 369 yards of total offense gained on the ground in a 21-0 win over Poly

336

Yards passing by North Carroll quarterback Jack Flowers in the win over Williamsport

To submit stats for consideration for By The Numbers, coaches should email katherine.dunn@baltsun.com by noon Sunday.

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