Monday, September 19, 2005

Monday Morning Quarterback

A 3-4 non-Conference week for Centennial teams with the three victories coming by a combined total of five points - Johns Hopkins defeated Carnegie Mellon, 9-6; McDaniel edged Catholic, 37-36; and Ursinus nipped La Salle, 13-12. As far as bragging rights go, a tip of the hat to our friends in the Liberty League, as Kings Point, Hobart, Rochester and Union all recorded wins over CC teams.

Conference Players of the Week

Offense: Meikos Parker, McDaniel, RB

Parker ran for 105 yards and scored three touchdowns vs. Catholic.

Defense: Drew Abbamonte, McDaniel, DB
Abbamonte had 10 tackles and picked off a pair of passes vs. Catholic.

Special Teams: Nathan Smith, Gettysburg; Ben Scott, Johns Hopkins
Smith tied a Conference record by returning a kickoff for a touchdown for the fourth time in his career. He took one back 92 yards against Rochester - the second time he has returned a kickoff for a score this season. Scott (pictured) booted three field goals, including a 24-yarder as time expired, vs. Carnegie Mellon. His first boot equaled his career-long of 45 yards, while his next three-pointer exceeded that kick by a yard.

Ursinus Slips Past Explorers
Pottstown Mercury

Terror Work OT to Net Win
Carroll County Times

Union Spoils Mules' Home Opener
Allentown Morning Call

Statesmen Blank F&M
Finger Lakes Times

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