Monday, October 03, 2005

Monday Morning Quarterback

The 23rd season of Centennial Conference football opened on Saturday with home teams going 2-1 ... Johns Hopkins scored a pair of defensive touchdowns on its way to a school-record eighth straight road win - a 35-14 victory at Dickinson ... Franklin & Marshall defeated Muhlenberg, 15-9, for its first win over the Mules at Sponaugle-Williamson Field since 1997 ... McDaniel continued Ursinus' Westminster woes with a 28-20 triumph at Bair Stadium ... the Bears have not won in Westminster since 1993 ... the Green Terror is ranked 19th in the latest top 25.

Players of the Week
Offense: Marc Patricelli, RB, Franklin & Marshall
Patricelli ran for 115 yards and threw the game-winning 7-yard touchdown pass with 5:52 remaining vs. Muhlenberg.

Defense: Adam Colicchio, DB, Johns Hopkins
Colicchio (pictured) had eight tackles, forced a fumble that was returned for a touchdown, and returned one of his two interceptions 33 yards for another score at Dickinson.

Special Teams: Ryan Heinig, DB, Dickinson
Heinig blocked two field goal attempts and nearly swatted an extra-point try vs. Johns Hopkins.

Game Stories

Hopkins Turns Tables in Turnover Department
Harrisburg Patriot-News

Costly Turnovers Hurt Red Devils, 35-14
Carlisle Sentinel

F&M Tops Muhlenberg
Lancaster Sunday News

Terror Find a Way to Win
Carroll County Times

Injuries Pile Up for Terror
Carroll County Times

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