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JMT clearly has a way with statistics-very similiar to the neutral observer of considerable playoff prognostication fame. My question for you-Can you take the Maryland state champions (for football obviously) and break them down by county or league? I'm looking for something like number of champions produced per football playing high school in a particular league or county.

Second-an unrelated question-I know of 3 kids who played HS football in MD that were drafted last weekend-are there any others? (Joe Haden-Friendly, David Howard-Oakland Mills and Ben Tate-Snow Hill)

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Second-an unrelated question-I know of 3 kids who played HS football in MD that were drafted last weekend-are there any others? (Joe Haden-Friendly, David Howard-Oakland Mills and Ben Tate-Snow Hill)

 

Easiest question first - LB Navorro Bowman (Penn State), who was a 3rd round draft pick of the 49ers, played his HS ball at Suitland.

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So 4 is the total number then?

 

I believe Connecticut DB Robert McClain (Patuxent) was the 5th and final Marylander drafted.

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My question for you-Can you take the Maryland state champions (for football obviously) and break them down by county or league? I'm looking for something like number of champions produced per football playing high school in a particular league or county.

 

State Champions Per County

 

44 Montgomery

18 Prince George's

12 Allegany

12 Frederick

9 Howard

7 Baltimore City

7 Baltimore County

6 Washington

6 Harford

5 Charles

5 Anne Arundel

3 Wicomico

3 Dorchester

2 Worcester

2 Kent

2 Cecil

1 Calvert

0 Caroline

0 Carroll

0 Garrett

0 Queen Anne's

0 Somerset

0 St. Mary's

0 Talbot

 

 

State Champions Per Number of County Schools Playing Football

 

4.00 Allegany

3.00 Dorchester

2.00 Kent

1.76 Montgomery

1.33 Frederick

1.00 Wicomico

1.00 Worcester

0.86 Washington

0.83 Charles

0.82 Prince George's

0.75 Howard

0.60 Harford

0.42 Anne Arundel

0.40 Cecil

0.39 Baltimore City

0.30 Baltimore County

0.25 Calvert

0.00 Caroline

0.00 Carroll

0.00 Garrett

0.00 Queen Anne's

0.00 Somerset

0.00 St. Mary's

0.00 Talbot

 

 

 

 

 

 

State Champions Per 2009 Conferences

 

24 Mongtomery 3A

13 Montgomery 4A East

12 Other

10 Prince George's 3A/2A/1A

10 MVAL Piedmont Black

9 Howard

8 Prince George's 4A

7 UCBAC Chesapeake

7 Baltimore City Div I

6 MVAL Antietam

6 Montgomery 4A West

6 SMAC

5 Bayside South

5 Bayside North

5 Anne Arundel

4 Baltimore County 4A/3A

3 Baltimore County 2A/1A

2 MVAL Piedmont Blue

1 Montgomery 2A

1 UCBAC Susquehanna

0 MVal chesapeake

0 Baltimore City Div II

 

 

State Champions Per Number of 2009 Conference Schools Playing Football

 

2.67 Mongtomery 3A

2.17 Montgomery 4A East

2.00 MVAL Piedmont Black

1.71 Other

1.20 MVAL Antietam

1.00 Prince George's 3A/2A/1A

0.88 UCBAC Chesapeake

0.86 Montgomery 4A West

0.83 Bayside South

0.78 Baltimore City Div I

0.75 Howard

0.71 Bayside North

0.67 Prince George's 4A

0.50 MVAL Piedmont Blue

0.50 Baltimore County 4A/3A

0.46 SMAC

0.42 Anne Arundel

0.33 Montgomery 2A

0.20 Baltimore County 2A/1A

0.14 UCBAC Susquehanna

0.00 MVal chesapeake

0.00 Baltimore City Div II

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I know Buffalo Safety Mike Newton (Calvert Hall) wasn't drafted, but he signed a FA contract with The Colts yesterday.

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Just a few from AACo -

 

Billy Cosh - Kansas State

Josh Furman - Michigan (go BLUE!)

Hussam Ouri - Navy (offer)

Ronnie Harris - Delaware/New Hampshire (offers)

Jason Clements - Morgan State

Mwanza Wamulumba - Miami (Ohio) - LOI

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A few from Anne Arundel:

 

Elijah Thurmon from Meade HS - Eagles and Raiders

Louis Carter from Arundel HS - Raiders

Darnerien McCants from Arundel HS - Bengals

Branden Albert from Glenn Burnie HS - Chiefs

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Neutral-thanks for the quick work. Montgomery county with 44 state titles is impressive. Even more impressive is little old Allegany county with 12 state titles. Very interesting stuff...

Also-can anybody give me more info on Mclain from Patuxent? What year did he graduate high school?

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I would like to see what maryland school has the most rings since 92 when everyone was added..in rankning order?

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I would like to see what maryland school has the most rings since 92 when everyone was added..in rankning order?

 

(Somehow I suspect you already knew this answer).

 

 

Teams With Multiple Championships From 1993-2009

 

6 Dunbar

6 Seneca Valley

5 Damascus

4 Urbana

3 Friendly

3 Linganore

3 Sherwood

2 Allegany

2 Cambridge/SD

2 Hereford

2 Potomac

2 River Hill

2 Suitland

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State Champions Per County

 

44 Montgomery

18 Prince George's

12 Allegany

12 Frederick

9 Howard

7 Baltimore City

7 Baltimore County

6 Washington

6 Harford

5 Charles

5 Anne Arundel

3 Wicomico

3 Dorchester

2 Worcester

2 Kent

2 Cecil

1 Calvert

0 Caroline

0 Carroll

0 Garrett

0 Queen Anne's

0 Somerset

0 St. Mary's

0 Talbot

 

 

State Champions Per Number of County Schools Playing Football

 

4.00 Allegany

3.00 Dorchester

2.00 Kent

1.76 Montgomery

1.33 Frederick

1.00 Wicomico

1.00 Worcester

0.86 Washington

0.83 Charles

0.82 Prince George's

0.75 Howard

0.60 Harford

0.42 Anne Arundel

0.40 Cecil

0.39 Baltimore City

0.30 Baltimore County

0.25 Calvert

0.00 Caroline

0.00 Carroll

0.00 Garrett

0.00 Queen Anne's

0.00 Somerset

0.00 St. Mary's

0.00 Talbot

 

 

 

 

 

 

State Champions Per 2009 Conferences

 

24 Mongtomery 3A

13 Montgomery 4A East

12 Other

10 Prince George's 3A/2A/1A

10 MVAL Piedmont Black

9 Howard

8 Prince George's 4A

7 UCBAC Chesapeake

7 Baltimore City Div I

6 MVAL Antietam

6 Montgomery 4A West

6 SMAC

5 Bayside South

5 Bayside North

5 Anne Arundel

4 Baltimore County 4A/3A

3 Baltimore County 2A/1A

2 MVAL Piedmont Blue

1 Montgomery 2A

1 UCBAC Susquehanna

0 MVal chesapeake

0 Baltimore City Div II

 

 

State Champions Per Number of 2009 Conference Schools Playing Football

 

2.67 Mongtomery 3A

2.17 Montgomery 4A East

2.00 MVAL Piedmont Black

1.71 Other

1.20 MVAL Antietam

1.00 Prince George's 3A/2A/1A

0.88 UCBAC Chesapeake

0.86 Montgomery 4A West

0.83 Bayside South

0.78 Baltimore City Div I

0.75 Howard

0.71 Bayside North

0.67 Prince George's 4A

0.50 MVAL Piedmont Blue

0.50 Baltimore County 4A/3A

0.46 SMAC

0.42 Anne Arundel

0.33 Montgomery 2A

0.20 Baltimore County 2A/1A

0.14 UCBAC Susquehanna

0.00 MVal chesapeake

0.00 Baltimore City Div II

 

I am a man of science and statistics but I have to give credit where credit is due.

 

You are the man. Where do you come up with this stuff? I could sit here with my calculator and a football program (which I have done but let's keep that a secret) but damn I am truely impressed.

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6 Damascus 92. 93 96, 03, 05, 07,

2 Wilde Lake 97, 92

2 Allegany 01, 05

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(Somehow I suspect you already knew this answer).:)

 

Great Job as always....I really enjoy what you bring to the board

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