Next up: No. 6 Old Mill (9-2) at home Friday at 7 p.m. for the Class 4A East crown. Coach Chuck Markiewicz's Wildcats aim to end their top county rival's season the same way it started – with a loss to Arundel. On Sept. 5, Arundel won the opener, 34-27, and that remains their closest game this season. The teams combined for nearly 1,000 yards of total offense and Cosh was 29-for-45 for 347yards with four touchdowns. Blackwell, in his Wildcats' debut after transferring from Spalding, ran for 174 yards on 28 carries and one touchdown but also caught three touchdown passes from Cosh. R.J. Harris caught 13 passes for 206 yards. For Old Mill, which knocked off previously unbeaten North Point Saturday, Josh Furman gained 219 yards on 13 carries and scored two touchdowns in that first meeting while Jason Clements gained 143 yards on 24 carries.