Sunday, September 19, 2010

Sunday Morning Quarterback

Dennis Weller of the Pottstown Mercury writes that the Ursinus defense and special teams made the job easy for the Bear offense in a 41-0 win over Juniata.

Rich Dubroff of the Carroll County Times notes that while the McDaniel defense was impressive again, the offense wasn't shoddy either in a 24-14 win at Catholic.

Tom Ash of the Carlisle Sentinel writes that for the first time since 2003, the Conestoga Wagon Trophy will reside in Lancaster as Franklin & Marshall defeated Dickinson, 35-26.

The Daily Item writes that Susquehanna has learned that while the defense should keep it in every game, the offense still lacks consistency after a 21-14 home loss to Muhlenberg.

Tom Sixeas of the Hanover Evening Sun writes that a pair of blocked punts led to great field position and powered Johns Hopkins past Gettysburg, 29-21.

James Phillips of the Harrisburg Patriot-News notes that Moravian ran into "Dutchmen football" in a 21-6 loss at Lebanon Valley. Pat Huggins of the Lebanon Daily News writes that LVC finally got back on its feet after two straight losses.

Staff Reports
Allentown Morning Call, Philadelphia Inquirer, Wilkes-Barre Times-Leader, Baltimore Sun.

No comments: