UCBAC Football: 7 Numbers to Know Through Week 5

Check out some great stats for the Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference.

What numbers stood out to you in Week 5 of the UCBAC football season? (Photo Credit: Sean Welsh/Patch)
What numbers stood out to you in Week 5 of the UCBAC football season? (Photo Credit: Sean Welsh/Patch)
By: Sean Welsh 

The Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference is deep into the regular season now, and some teams are starting to pull away from the pack. We rounded up some key stats to highlight the top performers thus far.

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Check out these seven numbers, in particular, that might help put the first five weeks in perspective:


Losses for Fallston and Perryville—the conference's only remaining undefeated teams.


Touchdowns per interception for Aberdeen QB Lavell McCullers. He has thrown for 15 touchdowns and three interceptions while completing 67 percent of his passes.


Conference-best points allowed per game by the Fallston defense. No other team is allowing less than 11 points per game.


League-best touchdowns scored by Perryville’s Ethan Griffin through five weeks.


UCBAC players with 10-or-more pass receptions through five games. Griffin leads the conference with 23 grabs, while teammate Tyrell Hollingsworth has a league-best 506 yards.


Five teams are averaging 35-or-more points per game—led by Bel Air, at 42.4 points per game.


Rushing yards by Bo Manor's Malik Hathaway. He's scored 11 times on a league-high 131 carries.

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healthyrd October 15, 2013 at 10:45 AM
Does anyone know an update on the Perryville football player who was injured on Friday night against CMW?


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