October 6, 2012
Week 6: Stat Leaders
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RUSHING LEADERS (125 yards minimum)
385, Tene Samuto, Georgetown. On 45 carries with six touchdowns in a 49-41 win over St. Albans.
324, Zach Welch, Middletown, Senior. On 41 carries with three touchdowns in a 41-20 win over Urbana.
308, James Mapp, Stephen Decatur. On 29 carries with four touchdowns (23, 12, 11, 40) in a 35-27 win over Easton.
283, Avery Ezell, Walkersville. On 43 carries with two touchdowns in a 22-19 win over Thomas Johnson.
281, Troy Taylor Snow Hill. On 20 carries with 2 touchdowns in a 32-12 victory over Washington.
261, Amez Bowens, Huntingtown. On 14 carries with three touchdowns in a 42-24 win over Leonardtown.
254, Wes Cook, Winters Mill. On 23 carries with two touchdowns in a 21-20 loss to Manchester Valley.
249, Dalonte Waters, Parkside. On 25 carries with three touchdowns in a 42-8 win over J.M. Bennett.
238, Darrius Casey, Glen Burnie. On 14 carries with a touchdown in a 41-18 win over Chesapeake.
223, Isiaha Smith, South Hagerstown. On 23 carries with three touchdowns in a 38-6 win over Smithsburg.
183, Khalil Wilson, Albert Einstein. On 14 carries in the 48-22 loss to Watkins Mill.
181, Evan Greenwood, Kent Island, Junior. On 18 carries with three touchdowns in a 33-0 win over North Caroline.
171, Kyle Evans, Meade. On 18 carries with one touchdown in a 52-12 win over North County.
168, Dale Harris, St. Paul's. On 11 carries with four touchdowns in a 57-8 win over Annapolis Area Christian.
160, Bryce Corrasco, St. Mary's. On 23 carries with one touchdown in a 31-21 loss to John Carroll.
158, Myles Allen, Landon. On 14 carries with two touchdowns in a 42-14 win over Episcopal (Va.).
150, DeJuan Neal, Southern. Rushed for two touchdowns in a 42-0 win over Northeast.
145,Joseph Hayman, Gwynn Park, Senior. On seven carries while adding two receptions for 80 yards and a 40-yard punt return for a touchdown.
138, Shawn Brown, Old Mill. On 23 carries with three touchdowns in the loss to Arundel.
135, Davon Armstrong, Easton. On 15 carries with two touchdowns in the loss to Stephen Decatur.
133, Ezekiel Turner, Glen Burnie. On 22 carries with two touchdowns in the loss to Chesapeake.
129, Dekari Darr, Fort Hill. Rushed for one touchdown in a 29-21 win over Central (Pa.).
128, Chase Powell, Wise. On eight carries with two touchdowns in a 47-0 win over Oxon Hill.
126, Jamal Francois, Landon. On 18 carries with two touchdowns in the win over Episcopal.
PASSING LEADERS (200 yards minimum)
375, Jack Gordon, Arundel. Completed 20 of 29 passes with five passing touchdowns and added 91 rushing yards and two rushing touchdowns in a 66-34 win over Old Mill.
323, Matty Callahan, Northwest. Completed 26 of 41 passes with two touchdowns in a 27-24 win over Churchill.
296, Brady Ludwig, Old Mill. Completed 8 of 18 passes with two touchdowns in the loss to Arudel.
296, Collin Nusbaum, Brunswick. Completed 21 of 26 passes with four touchdowns in a 45-20 win over Clear Spring.
295, Deryk Kern, Westminster. Completed 15 of 20 passes with six touchdowns in a 48-16 win over Francis Scott Key.
265, Sean Loftus, Albert Einstein. Threw for two touchdowns in the loss to Watkins Mill.
252, Chase Williams, Damascus. Completed 15 of 22 passes with three passing touchdowns and one rushing touchdown in a 56-27 win over Walter Johnson.
235, Matt Hynes, Frederick. Completed 19 of 25 passes with two touchdowns and added two rushing touchdowns (21, 11) in a 36-26 win over Oakdale.
226, Crosby Winters, Oakdale. Completed 23 of 39 passes in a 36-26 loss to Frederick.
216, Heath Dahlgren, Thomas Johnson. Completed 9 of 22 passes with one touchdown in the loss to Walkersville.
202, Gaston Cooper, Paint Branch. Completed 10 of 21 passes with one touchdown in a 27-21 loss to Bethesda-Chevy Chase.
200, Devone Boone, McDonough. Threw four touchdowns and rushed for 65 yards in a 36-7 win over Aberdeen.
RECEIVING LEADERS (100 yards minimum)
250, Tyler Young, Arundel. Made 12 catches with four touchdowns in the win over Old Mill.
224, Nobel Mussie, Albert Einstein. Made four receptions with one touchdown in the loss to Watkins Mill.
226, Blaine Price, Brunswick. Made 14 receptions with three touchdowns on his way to setting the state record for most receptions in a career. Price now has 198 career receptions.
165, Ryan Markush, Northwest. Made 12 receptions with two touchdowns in the win over Churchill.
155, James Harrell, McDonough, Senior. Made six receptions with three touchdowns, including a 91-yard score in the win over Aberdeen.
151, David Carlisle, Oakdale. Made five receptions with two touchdowns in the loss to Frederick.
144, Steven Gilliam, Bowie. On 12 carries with two touchdowns in a 42-0 win over Parkdale.
128, Kevin Heine, Oakdale. Made 11 receptions in the loss to Frederick.
122, Darius Clifton, Westminster. On four receptions with one touchdown in the win over FSK.
116, Liam Kelly, St. Mary's. On seven receptions in the loss to John Carroll.
108, Markus Byrd, Laurel. On four receptions with one touchdown in a 27-8 loss to Eleanor Roosevelt.
108, Jalen Christian, Damascus. Made five receptions with three going for touchdowns in the win over Walter Johnson.
101, D'Andre Johnson, Quince Orchard. Made five receptions with two touchdowns in a 46-3 win over Walt Whitman.
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