Sunday, September 05, 2010

Sunday Morning Quarterback

Franklin & Marshall DB Ty Savastio breaks up a pass in this photo by Justin Graybill, Lancaster Sunday News

Tom DeMartini of the Allentown Morning Call writes that Moravian CB Travis King suspected a big play was coming his way in the fourth quarter. He was right and his pick helped seal the 'Hounds 12-6 win over Susquehanna.

Tom Hinkel of the Express-Times writes that 2010 is a new beginning for Moravian and the Greyhounds are not a pushover anymore.

Josh Land of the Carroll County Times writes that McDaniel will take what it got from its 3-0 victory at Juniata - its first 3-0 triumph since 1942. Notebook.

Pat Huggins of the Lebanon Daily News writes that Gettysburg spoiled the most-anticipated season opener in recent memory for Lebanon Valley, downing the Dutchmen, 42-28. Dan Sernoffsky writes about LVC's costly mistakes and how the Bullets took advantage.

David Bohr of the Patriot-News writes about Gettysburg's season-opening 42-28 win at Lebanon Valley.

Dave Byrne of the Lancaster Sunday News writes that Franklin & Marshall brought down the house on Washington & Lee in its 35-7 victory.

Jimmy Johnson of the Reading Eagle notes that Ursinus did just enough on offense and the defense held strong in the Bears' 21-13 win at Albright.

Tom Pfaff of the Doylestown Intelligencer talks about Delaware Valley's 27-7 win at Muhlenberg.

Regional roundups from the Philadelphia Inquirer and Baltimore Sun.

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