Football By The Numbers for Week 4

September 28, 2014|By Katherine Dunn

As the high school football season heads for its midpoint, players and teams continue to post impressive performances as they jockey for playoff position. Here are some of the statistics that stood out from this weekend and from the season through Week 4:


Win on the field for Manchester Valley over Westminster -- Friday's 31-14 victory (The Owls forfeited the 2011 game they won for using an ineligible player)


Interceptions by Howard's Bryson Craven in the 39-0 win over Mount Hebron


Of Calvert Hall's four victories coming on fourth-quarter touchdowns


Rushing touchdowns by Mount St. Joseph's Nevone McCrimmon in the first 21 minutes of the Gaels' 42-19 win over Loyola


Sacks by Atholton's Ronald Kearney in the Raiders' 20-6 homecoming win over Long Reach


Best record of any Baltimore-area team -- Mount Saint Joseph, which is off to its best start since 1995


Points allowed this season by Bel Air -- the least of any Baltimore-area team


Baltimore-area teams remaining unbeaten after four weeks (or five for Mount Saint Joseph)


Fourth-quarter points scored by Havre de Grace in a 35-12 win over Fallston


Points generated by Annapolis' Nate Vance -- three passing touchdowns and four extra points, including the deciding kick in overtime of a 28-27 win at Severna Park


Tackles in the last two weeks by Carver linebacker Juwan Whitehead


First-quarter deficit overcome by Oakland Mills in its 41-32 win at Reservoir


Yard kickoff return by North Carroll's Zack Sherman in a 41-21 win over Winters Mill


Career victories for Eastern Tech coach Marc Mesaros with a 51-7 win over Parkville


Points scored this season by Oakland Mills -- the most of any Baltimore-area team


Yards passing by Aberdeen quarterback Reggie Washington in a 39-14 win over C. Milton Wright


Yards rushing by Reservoir's Craig Jones on 21 carries with two touchdowns in the loss to Oakland Mills


Yards generated by Liberty quarterback Austin Bode -- 187 passing -- in a 50-27 win over Francis Scott Key


Yards passing by St. Paul's quarterback Anthony Pino, who scored three passing touchdowns and two rushing touchdowns in a 35-35 tie with Landon (Game called because of darkness)


Yards passing by Oakland Mills quarterback David Pindell, who threw for four touchdowns in the win over Reservoir


Yards rushing by Eastern Tech as 10 players carried the ball to the win over Parkville


Yards of total offense by Franklin in a 58-21 win over Perry Hall


Yards of total offense by Meade in a 55-6 win over Chesapeake-AA


Last time Westminster lost to a Carroll County opponent on the field before Manchester Valley's win

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