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Boys soccer closing in on playoffs

Wednesday, October 10, 2012 by The Press in HS Sports

BOYS SOCCER

Salisbury 5,

Notre Dame GP 1

The Falcons erupted for four goals in the first half to put away Notre Dame of Green Pond 5-1.

Sean Adams and Connor Wagner each score a pair of goals for Salisbury, while Joe Reilly had a big game with a goal and two assists.

Kevin Barahona added two assists and Austin Uhl also had assist.

Jason Carne, Shaun Holben and William Walsh combined to make seven saves as Salisbury outshot the Crusaders 28-8.

So. Lehigh 2,

Salisbury 1

Despite more chances, the Falcons couldn't find the back of the net enough to keep up with rival Southern Lehigh in a 2-1 loss.

Salisbury took 17 shots, five more than the Spartans, but only found the net once. Joe Reilly had the lone tally for the Falcons, taking a pass from Sean Adams to beat goalie Josh Gildea.

Mark Folkes and Matt Scharf scored the Solehi goals.

Jason Carne made seven saves in the loss.

FIELD HOCKEY

Moravian 3,

Salisbury 2

Salisbury scored twice but couldn't quite hold off the Lions in a 3-2 loss last week.

Kennedy Bresnak led the offense for the Falcons, scoring and adding an assist. Bresnak's goal came thanks to a Tori Cochrane assist, with Jessica Rosario scoring the other goal.

Meghan Williams made 21 saves to keep Salisbury in the game, as Moravian launched 25 shots to 12 for the Falcons.

Moravian also won the JV game, 3-0.

Saucon Valley 2, Salisbury 0

Two first half goals propelled the Panthers to victory in a Colonial League matchup.

Salisbury mustered just seven shots on goal in the game, but played strong defense, allowing just 10 shots.

Elyssa Okken had both goals for Saucon Valley, while Salisbury goalie Meghan Williams made eight stops.

Salisbury took the JV game, 1-0.

GIRLS SOCCER

So. Lehigh 4,

Salisbury 1

Abigail Cerciello scored two goals to lead Southern Lehigh past Salisbury in a rivalry game.

The Spartans got a pair of goals in each half in the win.

The Falcons scored their lone tally in the second half with Katie Bucchin assisting on a Marisa Strunk goal.

Emily Hoats made five saves for Salisbury, which was outshot 9-8.