Beall rolls past Milford Mill, 50-0 1A football

November 14, 1993|By Steve Luse | Steve Luse,Contributing Writer

FROSTBURG -- Adam Patterson ran for three touchdowns and Beall's defense held Milford Mill to minus-21 yards total offense as the Mountaineers rolled to a 50-0 win in the state 1A quarterfinals at Beall Stadium yesterday.

It was the first playoff win ever for top-seeded Beall (11-0) of Allegany County, which will play host to Joppatowne (8-3) in the semifinals at 7:30 p.m. Friday. Joppatowne beat Kent, 21-19, Friday night.

The game was played in steady rain that nullified Milford Mill's speed-oriented offense.

"On the way up when it started to rain, I thought it would take us out of our game plan a little bit," said Milford Mill coach Robert Mehno.

"Beall has a very physical and powerful team and they were able to ground it out in the mud."

Beall head coach Bill Patterson said, "Power football is our game and our players like to play in the mud. This was a great day for Beall High School and the Frostburg community."

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