Brawl ensues after football game between Parkville, Milford Mill

SPORTS DIGEST

November 05, 2007|By PAT O'MALLEY

A brawl among players occurred at the end of the Parkville-Milford Mill football game Saturday that was won, 23-0, by the host Millers.

Baltimore County police and the coaches helped restore order. Parkville coach John Marquette ushered his players onto their bus while Reggie White, the Milford Mill coach, made his team run laps after order was restored, witnesses said.

It is unclear whether any further action will be taken.

Marquette said, "The teams will wait on the referees' report [tomorrow] and other than that, I can't comment."

If the referees say there were player ejections, which is unclear to the coaches, those players would sit the next game and it could affect the playoffs.

Parkville (5-4) is to host Woodlawn (3-6) on Saturday. Parkville is in fifth place in the 4A North Region.

No. 11 Perry Hall (8-1), second in the 4A North, hosts Milford Mill (5-4), which is in the hunt for a playoff berth in the 3A North.

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