Lycoming (12-0), which will be making its second appearance in the national championship game, recovered a loose ball on the ensuing kickoff and converted it into a touchdown for the final margin. In their previous national title game appearance, the Warriors lost to Allegheny, 21-14, in overtime in 1990.
Scanlan, a 6-2, 170-pound freshman, and Tinney, a 6-0, 170-pound freshman, graduated from Academy Park and Ridley, respectively.
MISCELLANY * Susquehanna junior volleyball player Christy Herrmann was named to the Middle Atlantic Conference fall all-academic team. To make the team, an athlete must have at least a 3.20 grade point average and be a starter or significant reserve on a sports team. Moved from outside hitter to middle blocker this season, the Haverford High graduate led the Crusaders (18-13) in digs with 321, ranking her 10th in the MAC. She is second on the school's all-time list with 907.
She was second on the team in blocks with 69 (45 solo) and third in kills (200), and she had 40 service aces.
* Notre Dame Academy graduate Kyle Cain was named to the Centennial Conference and ECAC South Region basketball honor rolls for the week ending Saturday.
Cain, a 5-foot-4 freshman guard, scored a career-high 15 points in Dickinson's 96-61 loss to King's. She shot 6 for 10 from the floor, connecting on 3 of 5 from three-point range. She is averaging 12.3 points per game for the Red Devils (2-2).
* Stacey Zagol, a graduate of Conestoga, pitched in seven fall softball games for Virginia and won all of them. The Cavaliers sophomore had 36 strikeouts in 43 2/3 innings and did not allow an earned run. She struck out 11 in a 2-1 victory over North Carolina-Wilmington.
* Marple Newtown graduate Julie Weiss saw action in 20 games for the James Madison field hockey team this fall, scoring two goals and two assists for six points. The sophomore forward helped JMU to a 17-7 record and a No. 7 spot in the national rankings. The Dukes lost to Connecticut, 1-0, in the first round of the NCAA Division I playoffs.
* Although she had medical problems that forced her to miss nine games, Jen Graham, a sophomore midfielder-forward, had three goals, including two game-winners, for the JMU women's soccer team (13-7-2). She is a graduate of Radnor.
* Sophomore Jason Croft is expected to be one of the key contributors to Franklin and Marshall's young but stronger men's swimming team this season. The Lincoln University resident was a member of last year's record-setting 200-yard medley relay team. The relay team was timed in 1 minute, 37.61 seconds.
* Susquehanna men's basketball coach Frank Marcinek calls Talmus Williams, a Christian Academy graduate, his most improved player. The Chester resident is a 5-11 junior guard.
* Freshman Derrick Woolfolk, a graduate of Upper Merion, is averaging 4.4 points per game for the Millersville men's basketball team (3-6). The 6-6 freshman was 9 of 12 from the floor through nine games. He also had seven rebounds. Sophomore teammate Tim Edwards, a graduate of Strath Haven, is averaging 4.3 points per game. He was 6 of 11 from three-point range.
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