HARRISBURG -- Harrisburg's Sainey Touray dove for a long cross from fellow sub Colin Zizzi and scored in stoppage time as Harrisburg tied Antigua Barracuda FC 1-1 on Saturday at the Skyline Sports Complex.
Antigua (3-10-1), the last-place club in USL Pro, made the score 1-0 in the 71st minute when midfielder Matthew Aldred's shot just past the penalty area deflected off a defender and past Harrisburg goalkeeper Nick Noble.
Touray's header in stoppage time, however, salvaged the match for Harrisburg (6-4-5). It was the first-ever meeting between the two clubs.
Barracuda FC goalie Molvin James turned away quality scoring chances by Morgan Langley, Drew Yates and Andrew Welker in the first half.
The match, pushed back an hour to 8 p.m. due to the excessive heat, was delayed another 72 minutes because of a rain storm.