Pennsylvania by the numbers

Every once in a while we'll take a tour of some of the state's best stories and the numbers that follow. If you've got something you think we should mention, let us know in the comments or on Twitter @CParishESPNHS.

2: Wins by the Butler football team this season. Prior to the Golden Tornadoes' first win of the season on Sept. 2, the team's last victory came on Sept. 19, 2008.

2: Holes-in-one recorded by North Allegheny golfers last Tuesday. Colton Fedell aced a 177-yard par 3 at Sylvan Heights during a varsity match, while Jack Hopkins accomplished the feat in a JV match at the Bob O'Connor Golf Course, doing so on a 118-yard par 3.

7: Players on the Monessen football team who also star for the soccer team. Junior Chavas Rawlins, the team's quarterback, is one of the dual-sport, dual-season athletes. He has two goals so far this season on the pitch.

10:08: Time remaining in the football contest between Hickory and Sharon when a brawl broke out, forcing the officials to cancel the remainder of the game. Hickory was declared the winner, 43-7.

16:33: Time recorded by Big Spring junior Vinny Todaro to win the Big Spring Invitational on Saturday. Todardo outpaced Gilman School (Baltimore, Md.) senior William Meadows by 14 seconds for the victory.

20: Length of the putt, in feet, hit by Scranton Prep junior Evan Joyce on the 15th hole during a match against then-unbeaten Abington Heights. The story is almost too good to be true; Joyce mishit an approach shot that bounced across the parking lot, past his car and the opposing team's van. But Joyce's third shot put him back on the green, and the 20-footer saved par as Scranton Prep handed its opponents their first loss of the season.

34: Consecutive games won by the Clairton football team. The streak is the fifth-longest in the nation, according to MaxPreps.

$100: Amount reportedly offered to players by a Morrisville assistant coach to "take out" an opposing player during the team's game against New Hope-Solebury on Sept. 9. The coach, Jason Bresnen, denied the allegations but has since resigned.

467: Total yards rushing (366) and receiving (101) compiled by Hopewell senior running back Rushel Shell in his team's win over Moon, 56-28, on Friday. Shell scored six touchdowns in the game.

4,000/5,000/6,000: Career passing yard milestones surpassed, respectively, by Port Allegany QB Mike Bodamer, Bloomsburg QB Blake Rankin and Allentown Central Catholic QB Brendan Nosovitch.