LANDOVER -- Gilman and Park squared off in a non-league game yesterday at the Capital Centre but time ran out on the two teams before a winner could be determined.
The game ended in a 64-64 tie after 32 minutes. Capital Centre officials would not allow an overtime period because of last night's National Basketball Association game between the Washington Bullets and the Miami Heat.
Gilman coach Tim Holley said the game would not be resumed because it has no bearing on the league standings.
Gilman (11-8-1) and Park (7-6-1) received permission to play the game at the Capital Centre after each school agreed to sell 150 tickets apiece. About 200 spectators attended the game.
Todd Kerr led Park with 26 points.
Gilman had a chance to win the game, but Cox made just one of two free throws with 13 seconds left, tying the game at 64.
Elsewhere, Terrance Alexander scored 24, as top-ranked Dunbar 7-0) beat visiting Northwestern (2-7, 1-6), 126-73, in an MSA A Conference Division I game.
Derrick Watkins scored 23 to lead No. 2 Southern of Baltimore (11-4, 7-1) to a 74-32 rout of host No. 15 Poly (6-8, 2-5) in an MSA A Conference Division II game.
Ronnie Van Hook's 20 points led No. 3 Lake Clifton (11-2, 6-1) over visiting No. 11 Loyola (11-11, 1-7), 78-66, in an MSA A Conference contest.
In girls action, Laurie Bender's 22 points led host Parkville (11-5, 11-3) to a 67-47 upset of No. 8 Woodlawn (13-1, 13-1) in a Baltimore County 3A-4A League game. Woodlawn's starting point guard Glenda Major, who is averaging 15.4 points and 6.8 )) assists, was unable to play because of the flu.