345 - Ascension Episcopal’s Ja’Ceiry Linzer was darned-near impossible to stop last week against Hanson, running for 345 yards and four touchdowns in Ascension Episcopal’s 35-18 win. After that outstanding performance, Linzer is now among the state’s top rushers, with 754 yards and 11 touchdowns to his credit.

49.25 - After scoring 56 points in back-to-back weeks, St. Thomas More improved its scoring average to 49.25 points per game this season, making the Cougars one of the more prolific scoring teams in the state. With Will Bellamy at quarterback, Tiger Bech at wide receiver and Tyler Begue at running back, the Cougars are loaded with dynamic play makers, and coach Jim Hightower finding all the right ways to use their skills.

1,191 - With 324 more yards in last week’s 55-21 win against Cecilia, Teurlings quarterback Cole Kelley now has 1,191 passing yards through four games, which averages out to just a shade less than 300 yards per game. Kelley is a first-year starter, but he has his Rebels looking like a team that could make a deep postseason run.

Luke Johnson