Hnatkowsky, Roumes & Sirico, Players of the Week, 10/6/19

Hnatkowsky, Roumes & Sirico, Players of the Week, 10/6/19

Centennial Conference Football Players of the Week 

October 6

Offensive Player of the Week
Michael Hnatkowsky, Jr., QB, Muhlenberg
Philadelphia, Pa. | William Penn Charter 
Hnatkowsky completed 17 of 18 passes for 305 yards and five touchdowns in the Mules' 49-6 win at Franklin & Marshall. He broke the Centennial Conference record for career TD passes by a left-handed quarterback (67) and tied the school record of five TDs for the second time this season. Hnatkowsky completed his first 16 attempts en route to his fourth career 300-yard game.
 
Defensive Player of the Week
Craig Roumes, Sr., OLB, Susquehanna
Succasunna, N.J. | Roxbury
Roumes was an unstoppable force Saturday night as he totaled eight tackles, two sacks, one forced fumble (strip sack), one fumble recovery, and returned an interception 45 yards for a touchdown. His first sack ended Dickinson's opening drive while his strip sack ended the Red Devils' first drive of the third quarter. Roumes' pick-six came with five minutes left in the first half and gave the River Hawks a 17-10 lead.
 
Special Teams Player of the Week
Nick Sirico, Jr., CB, Muhlenberg
Oradell, N.J. | River Dell
Sirico blocked a 35-yard field goal attempt that led to a 91-yard touchdown play in the Mules' 49-6 win at Franklin & Marshall. Coming off the left edge of the line, Sirico sprawled out and got both hands on the ball to block the field goal. Sirico's block was fielded by Joseph O'Hagan at the nine yard line and run past midfield before he pitched it to Mickey Kober, who covered the final 48 yards for the touchdown. It was the longest blocked field goal return in program history.