The Daily Numbers for Friday March 22

The Daily Numbers: 21 of May, date of the primary election, one that embattled Marcus Hook Mayor Jay Schiliro vows he will be in, rejecting calls that he step down.

20, age of man at the center of allegations against Schiliro.

4 bank robberies here in Delaware County believed to be the work of a man from New Jersey.

3 bank heists in Lansdowne, Yeadon and Upper Darby charged against a Philly man.

200,000 dollars in scholarships being made available to local students through the Bridge Educational Foundation 320 million bucks up for grabs in the Saturday night Powerball drawing.

4.6 trillion dollar reduction for government under the budget plan proposed by U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan.

105-90 vote in the Pa. House in favor of a move to privatize sale of alcohol in the state.

194 pages in the privatization bill.

1,200 wine and spirits licenses that would be sold to private entities.

18, age of teen who police say was high on pot and also texting when he struck and killed a woman jogging along a road in Limerick.

5 teens in Delaware who are charged with kidnapping a woman and keeping her locked in the trunk ofher car for 2 days.

89, age of the victim in the case; 14, 15, 14 and 17, ages of the kids involved.

3 local college hoops teams all in action today in the NCAA tournament. La Salle, Temple and Villanova will play in that order, starting around noon.

3 state PIAA AAAA crowns, what Chester High will be seeking Saturday night vs. Lower Merion in Hershey.

23-6 mark on the season for the Archbishop Carroll Patriots, who will seek the boys PIAA AAA crown tonight.

14 straight wins for the Nuggets, who edged the Sixers in Denver last night, 101-100.

8 point lead blown by the Sixers in the last 2 minutes.

15 consecutive road losses for the Sixers.

Call me a Phanatic: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan. What's the over/under on number of hours spent in front of TV watching NCAA games today. I'll set the line at 5, and I'll take the over.

I Don’t Get It: Still kind of amazed at this streak of hijinks involving Upper Darby moms and kids. What's in the water around here?

Today’s Upper: Kudos to the state House for voting in favor of a bill that would push the state toward privatization of alcohol sales.

Quote Box: “I don't see it how it is relevant. It just seems to be a little salacious." - Mike Malloy, attorney for Marcus Hook Mayor James Schiliro, on sexual claims in affidavit.