James Higginbotham caught a touchdown pass with eight seconds remaining to give Gloucester Catholic a 22-16 victory over Pitman in a nonleague football game Saturday that featured some controversy in the fourth quarter.
Pitman tied the game at 16 with a 16-yard touchdown reception by Tyler Polillo with a little less than a minute left in regulation. Gloucester Catholic argued that the pass was incomplete, but the officials upheld the touchdown.
On the next possession, the Rams drove 60 yards on their first six plays. With the clock winding down, Mike Davis threw a pass toward Higginbotham in the end zone.