Sunday, November 14, 2010

Sunday Morning Quarterback

Moravian's Joe Tegan (top) tries to break the tackle of Muhlenberg's Shane O'Connor. (ROB KANDEL, THE MORNING CALL)

Jeff Schuler of the Morning Call writes that the 2010 Centennial season will show tri-champions, but the best team at the end of the season is not one of them.

Tom Hinkel of the Express-Times writes that Moravian's biggest hero in its 14-13 win over Muhlenberg was not one of the usual suspects.

Jim Wagner for the Pottstown Mercury writes that Ursinus made 2010 a memorable season with a 41-21 victory against Dickinson.

Josh Land of the Carroll County Times writes that this was not the way McDaniel wanted to end its season - a 34-10 loss at Johns Hopkins. Notebook

Travis Johnson of the Evening Sun notes that Gettysburg's Charles Curcio and his fellow seniors delivered a message to their teammates and to Franklin & Marshall in a 57-35 triumph.

Phil Soto-Ortiz of the Patriot-News that Gettysburg missed starting QB Kyle Whitmoyer not a whit in a 57-35 win against F&M.

Dave Byrne of the Sunday News pens that the last group to have as unpleasant a trip to Gettysburg as F&M was the Army of Northern Virginia, as the Diplomats dropped their season finale.

Jeff Gill of the Altoona Mirror writes that there were no wins for the seven seniors on Juniata's football team to celebrate this season, after a season-ending loss to Washington and Lee.

Pottstown Mercury, Philadelphia Inquirer, Baltimore Sun, The Sentinel.

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