A.J. Brocato had 82 receiving yards on four catches for Patterson Mill.
Will Urban led the Huskies in tackles with seven.
Rams win Susquehanna
Edgewood (6-0 league, 7-3 overall) beat visiting Bo Manor, 47-41, to win the Susquehanna Division championship.
Izaiah Sneed led the way with 181 all-purpose yards and three touchdowns. One came on a 75-yard kickoff return. Quarterback Kaleil Barmer had the best game of his high school career, throwing for 193 yards and three touchdowns without an interception. James Johnson had 107 yards of receiving and one touchdown.
Jeremy Middlebrooks continued the Rams tremendous night, rushing for 199 yards on 29 carries with two touchdowns.
Johnson also anchored the defense with 16 total tackles, six solo. The Rams also received inspired defensive play from David Moore, five tackles and one fumble recovery, while Langston Guinn and Yusuf Aderomilin had 10 total tackles each.
Tech over Rising Sun
The Harford Tech Cobras (2-4 league, 2-7 overall) wrapped up a tough regular-season campaign with a Susquehanna victory Friday, beating visiting Rising Sun, 36-6.
The Cobras got scores from Fred Gordon (three), Sam Miller (one) and Elijah Minter (one). Gordon added two two-point conversions and Miller had one. Tech trailed, 6-0, before reeling off 36 unanswered points. Gordon and Minter each rushed for more than 100 yards.
Joppa over Elkton
The Joppatowne Mariners earned a road victory in their final contest of the 2013 season on Friday, knocking off host Elkton, 35-27.
The victory pushed Joppatowne to 4-2 in the Susquehanna Division and 5-5 overall.
Joppatowne running back Shawn Johnson ran for 209 yards and two touchdowns on 37 carries, while teammate Malik Smith scored two touchdowns and registered 132 yards on 15 carries. Chris Coward had 63 yards on 12 rushing attempts.
The Mariners' longest touchdown of the night came on an 82-yard kick return by Ryan Webb.
Joppatowne kicker Nick Lloyd nailed a 27-yard field goal attempt.
Brandon Waters led the Joppatowne defense with 11 tackles and one quarterback sack. Johnson had four tackles, while Smith had three tackles.