Sunday, October 25, 2009

Sunday Morning QB

Dave Byrne of the Lancaster Sunday News writes that Franklin & Marshall has secured its first winning season since 2004 with its 20-7 win over Muhlenberg.

Tom Hinkel of The Express-Times writes that the offensive woes for Moravian are reaching epic proportions after a 10-3 loss to Juniata.

Jeff Schuler of the Morning Call adds that, as too often has been the case this season, the Greyhounds found a way to turn elation into frustration, giving Juniata its first win of the year.

Josh Land of the Carroll County Times notes that the McDaniel football team did not have as much fun as the student body in the Green Terror's 48-13 loss to Ursinus. He also provides a post-game notebook.

Travis Johnson of the Hanover Evening Sun notes that Dickinson kept the Little Brown Bucket safe from the elements and from Gettysburg in the Devils' 38-28 victory.

Staff reports are provided by the Carlisle Sentinel, the Harrisburg Patriot-News, Pottstown Mercury, Gettysburg Times and Altoona Mirror.

Area roundups are provided by the Philadelphia Inquirer and Baltimore Sun.

Vinny Tennis of the Lancaster Sunday News took these photos from the F&M-Muhlenberg contest.

Douglas Kilpatrick of the Morning Call has photos from the Juniata-Moravian game.

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