Mike Geter broke an inside trap play for a 10-yard touchdown on Yorktown's first play in overtime to lift the Patriots to a 15-12 AAA nondistrict victory last night at Langley.

It was Yorktown's second straight overtime victory -- it defeated Lee, 33-26, last week. Langley fell to 1-1.

Geter, who normally plays wingback, was subbing for Andre Yates, who was suspended for one game for disciplinary reasons. Yates gained 213 yards last week.

But Geter, a 5-foot-10, 160-pound sophomore, filled in well, gaining 95 yards on 19 carries.

"Geter's going to be a really good back," said Yorktown Coach Bruce Hanson. "That play {the touchdown} was the only play that we ran with any type of success all night. They took everything else away. But they were looking for us to go outside with the pitch or roll out and the middle was there."

Langley had taken the lead in overtime with Mike Welch's 37-yard field goal. But the Saxons lost 10 yards on first down when Henry Womack fumbled a pitch.

Yorktown was fortunate to be in the overtime and also unfortunate to not have won in regulation. Langley led, 9-3, and had possession at its 25 with 2:56 to play. After gaining a first down, Womack (19 carries, 86 yards) fumbled a pitch and Pepi Linn recovered at the Saxons 34.

The Patriots moved to the 13 but faced a fourth down. With no huddle and Hanson signaling for a timeout, quarterback Sean Goodwin threw a fade pattern to David McKnight, who tied the score at 9 with 20 seconds to play.

But holder Mauricio Cifuentes couldn't handle the snap from center, and Kelly Hughes could not get off a kick.

"Earlier we had tried the fade and he threw it over my right shoulder once and my left shoulder the next," McKnight said. "So at halftime we got it straight that we'd go over my inside shoulder and that's where it was."

Langley had taken the lead early in the fourth quarter when Womack ended a 75-yard drive with a one-yard scoring run.