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:


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


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


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


Interceptions in two games by Annapolis’ Montes Davis


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


Straight wins over Baltimore City opponents for Douglass


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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 by noon Sunday.

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