After nine challenging games, the Baldwin High School football team finished in seventh place in 2012 in the newly formed WPIAL AAAA Southeastern Conference with a 2-6 conference record and a 3-6 overall mark.
Baldwin High failed to make the WPIAL football playoffs for the third straight year and also failed to win more games than it did in its previous season for the first time in Jim Wehner's four years as head coach.
But for what it's worth, some individual Highlanders put up some impressive numbers during the 2012 season, including senior running back Dorian Brown, who amassed over 1,000 rushing yards for the second straight year, and sophomore quarterback Doug Altavilla, who threw for 843 yards and four touchdowns.
However, did you know that Brown didn't lead Baldwin in yards per rushing attempt this season? And did you know that three players tied for the team lead this year in receptions?
And how familiar are you with the team's final defensive statistics? Time of possession average?
Look up all of those numbers by clicking on the PDF located toward the top of this article (below the photo).
Note: The games-played statistic may not be accurate for each player.
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