Touchdowns this season by Mount Hebron's Chris Eccleston. The senior running back rushed for 125 yards and five touchdowns on 15 carries Friday, a week after scoring the same number against Dulaney. He again tied Jerry Hicks's school record for most touchdowns in a game and is second in the area behind Lucas Caparelli of Robinson, who has 11 touchdowns.
Eccleston scored on runs of one, three and two yards in the first half and added scoring runs of 20 and 27 yards in the third quarter as the Vikings defeated Centennial for the third consecutive season.
"He's such a good player that he makes me a better coach," said Coach Larry Luthe. "Anytime we are close to scoring we're going to give him the ball, and if he sees space, he's going to score."
The state record for touchdowns in a season is 42, set by Damascus' Chad Bradley in 1996.
"I'm going for that record because I think I can do it," Eccleston said. "We need to keep pounding the ball down the field, and the blocking I've gotten has been amazing."
Consecutive regular season home victories by Glenelg, the longest current streak in the county.