In a back-and-forth game, visiting Franklin's football team pulled ahead, 28-22, on a pass play from quarterback Jackson Thornton to All-Metro wide receiver Ian Thomas and was threatening to score the game's first consecutive touchdowns. But with the Indians driving from inside the Millers' 1-yard line, it got too dark to play.
The game started an hour late because the EMT required to be on the sideline was late, Millers' coach Reggie White said. Play will resume Monday at 3:30 p.m. at Milford Mill, which has no lights. Going into the game, the teams were in a four-way tie for second place in Baltimore County's Class 4A-3A Division at 3-1.
No. 12 Catonsville 39, Eastern Tech 17: Josh Hylton opened the scoring with a 95-yard kickoff return and the host Comets (6-0) held the Mavericks scoreless in the first half.
Hylton added a 70-yard touchdown run in the third quarter to his totals.
No. 14 South River 33, Severna Park 28: Connor Cox completed 17 of 36 passes for 358 yards and five touchdowns to power the visiting Seahawks (4-2) past the Falcons (4-2).
No. 1 Archbishop Curley 5, Archbishop Spalding 1: The Cavaliers battled back twice to within one goal, before the Friars (12-1) scored twice in the final 15 minutes to pull away.
Mike Sauers led Curley with two goals.
No. 4 River Hill 2, Howard 0: Emily Glass made seven saves on 14 shots to earn the shutout for the host Hawks (7-2). Nina Collins scored twice for River Hill.
No. 3 Garrirson Forest 4, Roland Park 1: Erica Marshall scored twice and the visiting Grizzlies (4-1) beat the Reds. Garrison Forest led 2-0 at the half.
No. 7 Century 1, Urbana 0: A sent ball by Alice Mercer got cleared, but Kailey Wolfe one-timed it into the goal at the 21:29 mark of the first half for the visiting Knights (8-1).
No. 8 Hereford 2, Franklin 0: Mary Clare Abbott and Shannon Martello each assisted on the other’s goal for the Bulls (10-0).
No. 10 River Hill 2, Howard 0: Nina Collins scored twice to pace the Hawks (7-1) past the Lions.
Catonsville 1, No. 11 Dulaney 1, 3OT: The Comets and Lions traded goals in the first half and it took three overtimes, and a 2-1 score in penalty strokes for Catonsville to pull off the upset.
Dulaney’s Alex Calder and Catonsville Sydney Corbitt each scored in the first half. In the third overtime, each team got five penalty strokes. Dulaney’s Kenzie Brown scored and Catonsville’s Catherine Sweeney and Kendall Law each scored for the win.
Marriotts Ridge 1, No. 15 Mount Hebron 0: The host Mustangs (8-1) played spoiler again this week as Nicole Leaf scored the game-winner at the 20:58 mark of the second half as Marriotts Ridge upset the Vikings (6-3).
Marriotts Ridge upset No. 14 Howard, 1-0, on Tuesday and all eight victories have been shutouts.
Mount Hebron def. No. 9 Atholton, 3-1: The Vikings (4-3) used tough defense at the net and digs for the shots that got through as they upset the Raiders (7-1).
Edmondson-Westside def. Friendship Academy of Science and Technolgy, 3-1: Annalycia Erving led the Red Storm (3-4) with 22 points and both Kelisha Perry and Ryan McMillion had 13.
Edmondson won, 27-25, 25-13, 19-25, 25-15.
No. 3 Archbishop Spalding def. Bryn Mawr, 3-0: Jamie Rombach led the Cavaliers (12-0) with 15 kills and Kristen Seeba had 15 assists.
Spalding won, 25-18, 25-14, 25-16.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun