IJAMSVILLE, Md. — Both teams struggled to move the ball most of the game on Friday night, but late in the fourth quarter Oakdale and North Hagerstown each had opportunities to make plays to win.
The Hubs got it done on offense and defense, scoring with 37 seconds left to take the lead before intercepting a pass after Oakdale moved within striking distance to hang on for a 22-19 victory.
The Bears (1-2) limited the production of North Hagerstown’s pair of talented running backs, Isaiah Keyes and Kyle Hewlett, for much of the game as both offenses struggled to get anything going. But it was Hewlett (77 yards on 13 carries), who broke through the line for a 6-yard touchdown to finally put the Hubs (2-1) ahead for good.
Oakdale had one more opportunity and moved the ball deep into North Hagerstown territory when senior quarterback Jay Molnar found David Carlisle streaking down the right sideline for a 33-yard completion to the Hubs’ 20 with 12 seconds remaining.
But North Hagerstown clinched the victory on the next play with sophomore cornerback Preston Carey picking off Molnar in the end zone.
It was the third interception of the game for Molnar, who completed 3 of 11 passes for 55 yards, but also led the Bears in rushing with 70 yards and a touchdown on 16 carries.
— Shane Mettlen
Special to The Herald-Mail
Poolesville 26, Williamsport 15
POOLESVILLE, Md. — T.J. Boyer threw for 298 yards and two touchdowns for Williamsport in a loss to Poolesville.
Jesse Zeger hauled in a 46-yard TD reception in the first quarter, and Zach Hopkins scored in the fourth quarter on a 12-yard pass from Boyer.
Jack Kelly rushed for 56 yards, Jordan Stonebreaker rushed for 49 yards and Casey Shank had a two-point conversion run for the Wildcats.
Manchester Valley 37, Smithsburg 13
MANCHESTER, Md. — Smithsburg scored both of its touchdowns in the second quarter in a loss to Manchester Valley (2-1).
Zach Krall was 6 of 18 passing for 139 yards and connected on a 7-yard TD pass to Bren Startzman for the Leopards (2-1). Dalton Condo scored on a 3-yard run and Matt Stevens had two catches for 71 yards in the loss.
Susquehanna Township 43, Greencastle-Antrim 14
HARRISBURG, Pa. — Colby Grant ran for 180 yards and four touchdowns to lead Susquehanna Township past Greencastle-Antrim.
Austin Scott had a touchdown run and a touchdown pass to Joel Zola for the Blue Devils (1-2), while Ashtin Byers ran for a team-high 119 yards on 19 carries.
Susquehanna Township (2-1) led 27-7 at halftime.
Clear Spring-Hancock game postponed to Saturday
HANCOCK — The Clear Spring-Hancock game was postponed Friday due to a power outage.
It will be played Saturday at Hancock, beginning at 3:30 p.m.
Other local scores
Pennsylvania: Chambersburg 62, Gettysburg 0; Camp Hill 33, James Buchanan 18.
West Virginia: Martinsburg 56, Morgantown 28; Dunbar (D.C.) 35, Jefferson 7; Parkersburg South 29, Musselman 26; Hedgesville 27, James Wood 19; Frankfort 64, Berkeley Springs 14.