One overtime wasn’t enough to decide a winner between Coyle & Cassidy and Bristol-Plymouth Friday night.
Actually, five overtimes weren’t enough either. It took six extra sessions before Warriors running back Joshua Cobb sealed the victory with a 10-yard scoring run, giving the visitors a rain-soaked 38-32 victory.
“Both teams will be able to talk about this years from now,’’ said Warriors coach Thomas Pileski. “It’s a shame someone had to lose because both teams deserved a win.’’
Coyle & Cassidy grabbed an 8-0 lead when Mark Schneider blocked a punt that went out of the end zone for a safety, and Cobb scored from 3 yards on the ensuing possession.
The Craftsmen (1-3) responded and took a 14-8 lead into intermission thanks to two 65-yard touchdown scampers by Elijah Jones.
In the third quarter, Cobb (41 carries, 233 yards, 5 TDs) evened matters with a 9-yard touchdown run, and a scoreless fourth period sent both clubs to overtime.
In the extra sessions, neither squad had any luck on 2-point conversion attempts, which are mandatory in overtime per MIAA rules. After a scoreless first overtime, each squad found the end zone in the second, third, and fourth overtimes, but all 2-point tries failed.
Coyle & Cassidy made a defensive stop in the sixth overtime and Cobb scored to end the nearly three-hour affair.
Andover 15, Xaverian 13 — CJ Scarpa connected on touchdown strikes of 72 and 16 yards in the first quarter and the Andover defense held Xaverian scoreless until the fourth quarter. The Golden Warriors are 4-0.
Attleboro 26, Canton 20— Tim Walsh passed for 126 yards and two touchdowns for the visiting Bombardiers.
Reading 26, Melrose 0 — Quarterback Drew Belcher threw two touchdown passes and ran for a score for the host Rockets (4-0).
Wayland 40, Boston Latin 6 — Senior wide receiver Mark Bonner had three receptions for 132 yards and an 87-yard touchdown as the host Warriors won with ease.
O’Bryant 21, Burke 0 — Christian Ransom scored one TD on the ground and tossed two through the air to help O’Bryant record its first victory.
Greater Lawrence 41, Brighton 12 — Senior Christan Rivera scored three touchdowns and Marcos Ortiz ran for a pair as the Reggies (3-1) pounded the Bengals (1-2).
East Boston 34, Charlestown 6 — David Arango scored two first-half touchdowns as the Jets roared past the Townies.
Madison Park 22, West Roxbury 0 — The host Cardinals (2-1) had rushing scores from Hector Villar and Traequon Duncan and a 50-yard punt return by Alexis Santiago.
Boston English 14, South Boston 0 — The Blue and Blue won their second straight behind rushing touchdowns from freshman Stanley Vargas and senior Francis Okoyo.
Scituate 14, Triton 12 — Scituate’s Chris Bearce ran for a score and recovered a fumble in the end zone for another to lead the Sailors.
Bishop Feehan 14, Medway 0 — Matt Allen carried the ball 24 times for 114 yards and averaged 52 yards on four punt returns for the Shamrocks.
Greater New Bedford 14, Bishop Stang 0 — Touchdown runs by Trevor Mena and Sean Aldrich sparked the Bears (2-2) past the Spartans (0-4).
Martha’s Vineyard 41, Randolph 8 — Brandon Watkins racked up 171 yards on seven carries and found the end zone three times as the Vineyarders (3-1) blasted Randolph.
Masconomet 20, Catholic Memorial 13 — The Chieftains (3-1) scored a pair of touchdowns in the fourth quarter to complete a come-from-behind victory.
Blue Hills 40, South Shore Voc-Tech 16 — Brandon Gordon carried 13 times for 176 yards and scored on runs of 75, 45, and 56 yards to pace the Warriors.
Holliston 23, Medfield 13 — Joe Bellomo scored two touchdowns and ran for a pair of 2-point conversions to lift the Panthers.
Bedford 14, Malden 6 — Christian Boivin ran 50 yards for a touchdown and Olan Abner added a 1-yard TD to lead the Buccaneers past the Golden Tornadoes.
Concord-Carlisle 34, Newton South 10 — Evan Boynton (7 carries for 82 yards, TD) and Shane McCloskey (8 carries for 65 yards, 3 TDs) paced the Patriots’ rushing attack.
Pembroke 19, Whitman-Hanson 3 — Brian Tinkham rushed for 100 yards and a TD and Ken Blasser scored on a 50-yard interception return for the host Titans.
King Philip 20, Dartmouth 6 — Joe Johnston carried 22 times for 178 yards and scored on a 77-yard scamper to spark King Philip (4-0).
Tewksbury 21, Lowell 0 — Johnny Aylward had a pair of scores as the visiting Lions shutout the Red Raiders.
Walpole 34, Milton 3 — Will Bolster tossed two touchdown passes for the Rebels (4-0).
Archbishop Williams 31, Watertown 21 — Kylan Philbert-Richardson rushed for 203 yards and three scores.
Central Catholic 35, Lawrence 6— D’Andre Drummond-Mayrie rushed for a pair of touchdowns as the Raiders won on the road.