UCBAC Football: 9 Numbers to Know Through Week 4

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

What numbers stood out to you in Week 4 of the UCBAC football season? (Photo Credit: Sean Welsh/Patch)
What numbers stood out to you in Week 4 of the UCBAC football season? (Photo Credit: Sean Welsh/Patch)

Shutouts and blowouts have been the norm in the Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference to start the 2013 football season.

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


League-best interceptions for Aberdeen’s Nate McKinney.


UCBAC teams that have shut out opponents so far in 2013. Bel Air and Fallston pitched shutouts in Week 1. Perryville blanked North East, 35-0, in Week 2. C. Milton Wright throttled St. Andrews (DE), 61-0, in Week 3.


Passing touchdowns by Aberdeen’s Lavell McCullers in a key 54-14 win against C. Milton Wright.


Conference-best points allowed per game by the Fallston defense. No other team is allowing less than 10 points per game.


League-best touchdowns scored by Bel Air’s Devin Bowers and Perryville’s Ethan Griffin through four weeks.


League-best tackles per game by Perryville’s Tony Smith. He had 13 solos and 44 assists for 57 total.


Average points per game for Aberdeen (3-1) this season. The Eagles are allowing just 10 points per game, second-best in the conference.


Average rushing yards per game by Bo Manor. Bel Air and Perryville—both at 317 yards rushing per game—are tied for second in the conference.


Passing yards for Aberdeen QB Lavell McCullers. He’s third in the conference in yardage, trailing CMW’s Omar Walker (1,001 yards) and Perryville’s Cameron Cunningham (949). The trio has accounted for 34 touchdowns and just eight interceptions.

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