Posted: Oct 20, 2019
Centennial Conference Football Players of the Week
Offensive Player of the Week
Ryan Curtiss, Sr., TE, Muhlenberg
Franklin Lakes, N.J. | Ramapo
Curtiss caught seven passes for 103 yards and three touchdowns in the Mules' 45-21 win against Ursinus. He became the first Muhlenberg tight end to catch three TD passes in the game and set the Centennial Conference record for career touchdown receptions by a tight end (21). The senior hauled in TDs of 4, 38 and 18 yards for the Mules.
Defensive Player of the Week
Justin Lessel, Jr., DB, Gettysburg
Orefield, Pa. | Parkland
Lessel totaled seven tackles and two interceptions, including a pick-six, in Gettysburg's 31-28 victory at Juniata. The junior safety picked off a pass and returned it 56 yards to the end zone to put the Bullets in front 7-6 in the first quarter. It was the longest interception return by a Bullet in six seasons. He added his team-high fourth interception in the third quarter to help Gettysburg jump out to a 24-6 lead.
Special Teams Player of the Week
Jordan Hollander, Sr., DB, Dickinson
Waverly, Pa. | Abington Heights
Hollander made an impact as both a punter and a punt returner in the Red Devils' shutout victory over McDaniel. The senior pinned the Green Terror with a beautiful punt to the five-yard line and then returned the ensuing punt from the Green Terror to the McDaniel 27. He averaged 36.6 yards per punt with a long of 50 and had three returns for 44 yards to go with five solo tackles that included a 13-yard sack and a pair of pass break ups from his safety position.