Football By The Numbers for Week 3

September 21, 2014|By Katherine Dunn

As the high school football season rolls on, the impressive stats keep piling up. Here are some of the standout numbers from Week 3:


Meade rushing yards allowed by Old Mill in the first half of the Patriots' 37-0 win


Touchdowns this season allowed by Bel Air, which has outscored its first three opponents, 117-3


Sacks by Mount St. Joseph linebacker Jordan Garrett in a 35-20 win at Dover, Del.


Douglass turnovers in an 18-8 loss to Mervo, which converted two of them


Touchdown passes thrown by Broadneck’s Canaan Gebele, who completed 75 percent of his passes for 330 yards, in a 49-9 win over South River


Touches for Archbishop Curley's Deonte Harris to accumulate 244 yards of offense and score four touchdowns -- three rushing and a 95-yard kick return -- in a 34-14 win over Caravel, Del.


Point deficit overcome by Calvert Hall in a 14-13 win at John Carroll


Baltimore-area teams remaining undefeated


Of North Carroll’s 52 points in the last two weeks scored by Zack Sherman – on catches, extra points and a 31-yard field goal


Yard run after a fumble recovery by Mervo linebacker Michael Westray for the game-winning touchdown against Douglass


Average yardage gained on three touchdowns by Perry Hall’s Mike Morris Jr., including 55- and 50-yard pass receptions, in a 31-8 win over Overlea


Average number of points Oakland Mills has scored in its first three games


Percent completion rate for Aberdeen quarterback Reggie Washington, who threw for 278 yards and four touchdowns, in a 42-6 win over Elkton


Percent completion rate for Liberty quarterback Austin Bode, who was 15-for-17 for 182 yards in a 35-26 win over Tuscarora96

Yard punt return for a touchdown by Howard’s Malik Anderson, who also caught four touchdown passes, in a 34-9 win over Marriotts Ridge


Yards gained on the ground by Glenelg in a 34-6 win over Reservoir


Yards rushing by C. Milton Wright in a 52-0 win over Cardozo, D.C.


Yards of total offense by Arundel in a 55-20 win over North County


Yards of offense generated by Franklin running back Darius Hinton -- 335 on 18 carries, 78 on three catches -- in a 47-20 win over Hereford

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