DePaola lifts Hereford to victory, 28-27

Senior rallies Bulls from 14-point halftime deficit over Milford Mill

Broadneck routs South River

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October 19, 2008|By Jeff Seidel | Jeff Seidel,Special to the Baltimore Sun

Nick DePaola truly did a little bit of everything to help No. 8 Hereford rally from a 14-point halftime deficit and pull out a 28-27 football victory over host Milford Mill yesterday.

The senior rushed for 186 yards and one touchdown, a 5-yard run with 36 seconds left that tied the score. Andy Johns kicked the extra point to give Hereford (5-2) the victory.

But DePaola played an even bigger role before the final drive. He helped block the extra-point attempt after Milford Mill quarterback Kevin Fulton's 1-yard touchdown run with 3:15 left gave the Millers a 27-21 lead.

DePaola returned the ensuing kickoff 33 yards and got 51 yards on four carries to put the Bulls at the 8-yard line. He scored the winning touchdown two plays later.

"We needed to prove that we could win against a quality team," Hereford coach Steve Turnbaugh said. "It was a total team effort today."

More football

BROADNECK 35, SOUTH RIVER 0: : Kyle Colleran threw for 65 yards and two touchdowns as the Bruins (5-2) defeated the visiting Seahawks (3-4). The senior also rushed for 51 yards in the win.

HOWARD 26, RESERVOIR 8:: A.J. Bonavitacola rushed for 205 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Lions (5-2) over the visiting Gators (3-4). The junior had touchdown runs of 62 and 11 yards to pace the Lions.

FRANKLIN 35, PARKVILLE 0:: Navassa Brown returned the opening kickoff 83 yards for a touchdown and took a punt back 68 yards for another score as the Indians (5-2) defeated the host Knights (1-6).

NEW TOWN 42, OWINGS MILLS 22:: Antoine Jeter had four touchdowns to lead the Titans (3-4) over the visiting Eagles (0-7).

CARDINAL GIBBONS 21, SEVERN 14:: Blake Thompson threw for two touchdowns, including an 11-yard pass to Carlos Cromwell with two minutes left in the game, to lead the Crusaders (2-5) over the host Admirals (2-5).

ATHOLTON 28, GLENELG 14:: Nick Aloi rushed for 178 yards and two touchdowns as the Raiders (2-5) defeated the host Gladiators (2-5).

CATONSVILLE 41, DULANEY 7:: Brian Chapman rushed for two touchdowns to lead the Comets over the visiting Lions.

Boys soccer

No. 1 MCDONOGH 2, No. 9 CALVERT HALL 0: : Marquez Fernandez scored one goal and assisted on one to lead the Eagles (14-1) past the Cardinals (5-6-3). Kyle Devinney scored with 12 minutes left in the first half to open the scoring. Patrick Spearman made two saves to record his 10th shutout of the season.

Baltimore Sun reporters contributed to this article.

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