The Sandy Creek Patriots are now unbeaten in 40 regular-season games, but it was the clock that stopped them Thursday night.
Not the game clock. The real clock.
With the score tied at 27 against the Plant (Fla.) Panthers, the referees stopped play at 11:30 p.m. according to GHSA rules. The game had started at 8:30 due to an earlier game on the Sandy Creek field between Eastern Christian (Md.) and Banneker, and the nightcap slowed to a crawl at times due to penalties and various play stoppages. Read More»