September 1, 2012
Week 1: Stat Leaders
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RUSHING LEADERS (100-plus yards)
289, Tyrice Rock, Century. Scored four touchdowns on27 carries, which included a 96-yard score that gave Century a 28-24 fourth-quarter lead before falling to Frederick 30-28.
240, Davon Armstrong, Easton. On nine carries with three touchdowns in Easton's 36-21 win over North Caroline.
208, Mike McGraw, Oakdale. Rushed for 101 yards in the fourth quarter of a 28-6 victory over Winters Mill.
204, DeAndre Lane, Catonsville, Senior. On 22 carries with two touchdowns in a 27-7 victory over Boys' Latin.
201, Bryce Carrasco, St. Mary's-AA. With one touchdown on 25 carries in a 48-31 win over St. Albans (D.C.).
198, Solomon Vault, Gaithersburg, Junior. On 19 carries with four touchdowns in a 33-30 win over Richard Montgomery.
162, Matt Davis, Arundel, Senior. Also rushed for three touchdowns on 14 carries in a 42-6 win over Annapolis.
161, Joe Peaker, Perryville, Senior. On seven carries with two touchdowns, and he added a 43-yard scoring reception during Perryville's 36-0 win over Kent County.
152, Mark Allen, DeMatha, Junior. On 16 carries in DeMatha's 52-14 win over Durham Hillside (N.C.).
148, Spencer Coyle, St. Mary's-AA. On 18 carries with two touchdowns in a 48-31 win over St. Albans (D.C.).
148, Rashawn Johnson, Mountain Ridge. On 20 carries in a 40-12 loss to Jefferson (W.Va.).
144, Marcus Smith, Meade, Junior. On eight carries with a touchdown as Meade defeated Southern-AA 35-0.
143, Khalil Wilson, Albert Einstein, Senior. On 12 carries Wilson rushed for one touchdown in a 35-20 loss to Seneca Valley.
139, Dorian O'Daniel, Good Counsel, Senior. Also rushed for two touchdowns on 30 carries in a 20-19 victory over Gilman.
135, David Moore, Joppatowne. On 23 carries as Joppatowne defeated Harford Tech 9-6.
135, Zach Welch, Middletown, Senior. Rushed for five touchdowns in a 49-13 win over Catoctin.
126, Brendan Collins, Georgetown Prep, Junior. On 17 carries and one touchdown in a 32-24 loss to Fork Union.
126, Anthony Squire, Suitland. Rushed for three touchdowns on eight carries in a 40-0 win over McKinley (D.C.).
122, Christopher Monroe, McDonough, Senior. With two touchdowns on eight carries in a 22-16 win over Northern.
118, Calvin Green, Severna Park, Senior. On 11 carries with one touchdown during a 33-11 win over Glen Burnie.
118, Jesse Powell, Middletown, Senior. Rushed for one touchdown on 10 carries.
117, Jonathan Lee, Winston Churchill, Senior.Averaged 11.7 yards per carry in a 34-0 victory over John F. Kennedy.
116, Walter Fletcher, Centennial, Junior. On 22 carries helped lead Centennial to a 20-6 victory over Oakland Mills.
116, Jarvis McClam, Laurel, Senior. On 20 carries in a 38-16 loss to High Point.
115, Evan Greenwood, Kent Island. Scored two touchdowns on 15 carries in a 38-7 win over Parkside.
113, Matt Hynes, Frederick, Senior Also threw for two touchdowns in the 30-28 win over Century.
111, Chase Powell, Wise. On 20 carries with a pair of touchdowns in Wise's 20-0 win over Franklin.
108, Lavon Chaney, South River. On 13 carries in a 48-24 win over Chesapeake.
108, Peyton Beachum, Western Tech. Scored three touchdowns on 13 carries in Western Tech's victory.
105, Brady Policelli, Walkersville. Accounted for seven touchdowns (four rushing, three passing) in a 56-6 win over Francis Scott Key.
105, Khaylen Rouse, Friendly, Junior. With one touchdown on nine carries in a 20-13 victory over Thomas Johnson.
101, Will Hazelton, Bel Air. On eight carries with two touchdowns as Bel Air defeated Rising Sun 48-0.
101, Madison Wolford, Allegany, Senior. Scored two touchdowns on eight carries in a 56-6 win over Southern Garrett.
100, Rayshawn Clark, New Town. On eight carries as New Town defeated Pikesville 63-14.
100, Billy Conroy, Bishop Walsh. Scored two touchdowns in a 32-6 win over Mount Carmel.
100, Derrick Kittrell, New Town. On five carries during a 63-14 win over Pikesville.
PASSING LEADERS (200-plus yards)
419, Collin Nusbaum, Brunswick. Completed 34 of 58 passes and threw four touchdowns in a 36-33 loss to Manchester Valley. Also rushed for one touchdown.
368, Spencer Coyle, St. Mary's. Coyle went 18-of-26 with four touchdowns in the victory over St. Albans (D.C.).
338, Connor Cox, South River. Added six touchdowns and completed 18 of 27 passes in a 48-24 win over Chesapeake.
321, Deryk Kern, Westminster. Threw for six touchdowns on 13 of 20 passing in a 41-6 win over Tuscarora.
291, Austin Stein, Severna Park, Senior. Completed 18 of 23 passes during a 33-11 win over Glen Burnie.
252, Antonio Washington, Potomac, Senior. Completed 26 of 54 passes with two touchdowns in a 35-19 loss to Gwynn Park.
244, Matt Hynes, Frederick, Senior Completed 17 of 23 passes and two touchdowns in the win over Century.
234, Milan Collins, Bishop McNamara, Senior.Completed 13 of 25 passes with one touchdown in a 14-11 loss to Landon.
232, Brendan Marshall, Good Counsel, Senior. Completed 15 of 23 passes with one touchdown.
218, Colar Kuhns, Calvert Hall, Junior. On 18 of 28 passing with a pair of touchdowns as Calvert Hall defeated Dunbar 30-6.
216, Clark Stieren, Linganore. Threw for three touchdowns in a 35-34 loss to South Carroll.
214, Devin Butler, Douglass-PG, Freshman. Completed 9 of 17 passes for two touchdowns in a 20-7 win over Archbishop Spalding.
214, John Lovett, DeMatha, Sophomore. Completed 12 of 18 passes with five touchdown passes in a 52-14 win over Durham Hillside (N.C.).
207, Gaston Cooper, Paint Branch, Junior. Completed 11 of 20 passes with four touchdowns in addition to rushing for one score in a 41-18 win over Rockville.
RECEIVING LEADERS (100-plus yards)
168, James Smith, South River. Caught six passes, including two touchdowns in the win over Chesapeake.
159, Carl Chance, Old Mill. Made three catches, two for touchdowns in a 35-7 victory over Broadneck.
148, Taylor Leabhart, Annapolis Area Christian, Senior. On four catches with one touchdown in a 44-12 loss to Severn.
146, Paul Harris, Douglass-PG, Senior. On four catches with two touchdowns.
145, Cameron Phillips, DeMatha, Junior. On seven catches with four touchdowns in DeMatha's 52-14 win over Durham Hillside (N.C.).
137, Josh Gontarek, Linganore. On six receptions with two touchdowns in the loss to South Carroll.
133, Colt Duncan, Severna Park. On five catches as Severna Park defeated Glen Burnie 33-11.
127, Terrell Flanigan, Pikesville, Sophomore. On six receptions with two touchdowns in a 63-14 loss to New Town.
114, Garrett Bean, Westminster. On five catches in the win over Tuscarora.
114, Jordan Crockett, Bishop McNamara, Junior. Five catches for 114 yards in a 14-11 loss to Landon is Crockett's second game with more than 100 yards receiving.
110, Mac Godlewski, St. Mary's. Caught five passes with three touchdowns in a win over St. Albans.
100, Lavon Chaney, South River. In addition to his 108 rushing yards, Chaney made six catches for 100 yards and a touchdown.
Zach Bradshaw, Damascus, Senior. Returned an interception 82 yards for a score and also had a 55-yard punt return for a touchdown in a 41-6 win over Clarksburg.
E.J. Wallace, Frederick, Senior. Made two interceptions, including one with 26.1 seconds remaining in a 30-28 win over Century.
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