The Washington County Junior Football League played games at Mike Callas Stadium for the first time on Monday night, as the Hagerstown Browns and Hagerstown Giants played 'A' and 'B' games.
The Giants squeezed past the Browns 12-6 in overtime in the 'B' game, involving fifth and sixth graders. The Browns returned the favor by edging the Giants 8-6 in the 'A' game.
"I hope that the high schools and the junior leagues can work as a single force to help promote football in this county," Giants coach Phil Johns said. "History was made here tonight. Our 'B' team was the first team to win here and we took it into overtime. It was just a great effort by both 'B' teams. It was good line play."
Morgan Kenworthy charged through the middle for the game-winning 3-yard touchdown run in overtime to seal the 'B' win for the Giants.