Monday, October 17, 2005

Monday Morning QB 10/17


As wild as the 2004 Centennial football season was ... things are shaping up to be pretty cut and dried as we enter the final four weekends of the campaign. Johns Hopkins shut out Gettysburg, 14-0, to move to 6-0 overall and 3-0 in the Conference. If the Blue Jays win at Muhlenberg on Saturday, and Gettysburg and F&M lose, Hopkins clinches at least a share of the Centennial championship. Granted, things are never what they appear in this Conference ... so we won't make too much of that. But we could have a champion by this time next week.

Players of the Week

Offense: Anthony Triplin, WR, Johns Hopkins

Triplin (pictured) enjoyed one of the finest games of his career, catching 11 passes for a career-high 169 yards and a touchdown in the Blue Jays' 14-0 win vs. Gettysburg. His 80-yard TD catch in the second quarter is the longest reception of his career.

Defense: Ron Ringgold, LB, McDaniel
Ringgold tied a 17-year-old school record by making 17 solo tackles in the Terror's 25-22 triple overtime loss at Dickinson. He recorded 24 total tackles, including a sack, to tie for the third-best single-game total in school history.

Special Teams: Matt Stark, PK, Dickinson
Stark kicked a career-best four field goals, including a 20-yard game-winner in the third overtime, as Dickinson defeated McDaniel, 25-22. He also booted three-pointers of 19, 27 and 34 yards.




Trick Plays Lead Mules Past Bears
Pottstown Mercury

Union Stuns F&M With Late TD
Lancaster Sunday News

Devils Top Terror in OT
Carroll County Times

Red Devils Survive Triple OT Thriller
Carlisle Sentinel

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