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PRESS PHOTO BY NANCY SCHOLZSalisbury’s Tim Buda won the 100-meter dash in Salisbury’s season opening track meet. PRESS PHOTO BY NANCY SCHOLZSalisbury’s Tim Buda won the 100-meter dash in Salisbury’s season opening track meet.
PRESS PHOTO BY NANCY SCHOLZSalisbury’s Jacob Younes gets his bat on the ball during an early-season baseball game. PRESS PHOTO BY NANCY SCHOLZSalisbury’s Jacob Younes gets his bat on the ball during an early-season baseball game.

Article By: The Press

Thursday, April 4, 2019 by The Press in Sports

TRACK AND FIELD

Tuesday, March 26

The Falcons were swept by Notre Dame (Green Pond) and Pen Argyl in a season-opening track meet.

The Falcons girls lost 99.5-45.5 to Pen Argyl and fell 101-44 to Notre Dame.

The Falcons’ Melena Koutch (high jump, triple jump) and Erica Holben (long jump) earned event wins for Salisbury.

In the boys meet, Salisbury fell 85-59 to Pen Argyl and lost 97-52 to Notre Dame.

The Falcons’ Shane Artis (1600, 3200) and Timmy Buda (200) won events at the meet.

GIRLS

Pen Argyl 99.5, Salisbury 45.5

Notre Dame-Green Pond 101, Salisbury 44

4x100 relay: 1. Notre Dame-Green Pond (Hailey Falzone, Grace Burcaw, Sarah Sidoro, Maddie Tuskes) 54.3, 2. Pen Argyl, 3. Salisbury;

4x400 relay: 1. Pen Argyl (Delaney Porter, Tatyanna Pagan, Kelly O’Brien, Emma Greggo) 4:57.6, 2. Notre Dame-Green Pond, 3. Pen Argyl B;

4x800 relay: 1. Notre Dame-Green Pond (Gianna Farina, Kelsey Priestaf, Lily Eyvazzadeh, Alex Nehme) 11:30.2, 2. Pen Argyl;

100: 1. Alexis DiSora (NDGP) 12.9, 2. Lauryn Male (PA), 3. Maddie Tuskas (NDGP);

200: 1. Alexis DiSora (NDGP) 27.3, 2. Hailey Falzone (NDGP), 3. Grace Burcaw (NDGP);

400: 1. Zoriana Steele (NDGP) 1:09.7, 2. Tatyanna Pagan (PA), 3. Laura Dainauski (NDGP);

800: 1. Grace Medei (NDGP) 2:45.3, 2. Delaney Porter (PA), 3. Tatyanna Pagan (PA);

1600: 1. Grace Medei (NDG) 6:18, 2. Krista Nichols (NDGP), 3. Serena Assalina (NDGP);

3200: 1. Krista Nichols (NDGP) 13:27.4, 2. Krista Warfle (PA); Lily Eyvazzadeh (NDGP) DQ;

100H: 1. Maya Santos (NDGP) 18.9, 2. Abby Wallbillich (PA), 3. Gabriella Lozada (S);

300H: 1. Lily Eyvazzadeh (NDGP) 53.9, 2. Abby Wallbillich (PA), 3. Maya Santos (NDGP);

High jump: 1. Melena Koutch (S) 5-4, 2. Jocelyn Itterly (PA), 3. Erica Holben (S);

Pole vault: 1. Megan Guthrie (PA) 9-0, 2. Madison Jewell (S), 3. Mikayla Velasquez (PA);

Long jump: 1. Erica Holben (S) 16-2 1/2, 2. Melena Koutch (S), 3. Grace Burcaw (NDGP);

Triple jump: 1. Melena Koutch (S) 32-7 1/2, 2. Erica Holben (S), 3. Molly Foust (S);

Shot put: 1. Chloe Sisson (PA) 29-7 1/2, 2. Orianna Mondello (PA), 3. Hannah Irwin (PA);

Discus: 1. Katelyn Mercurio (NDGP) 99-9, 2. Marilyn Dergham (NDGP), 3. D’Lanie Murphy (NDGP);

Javelin: 1. Theresa Raniszewski (NDGP) 93-3, 2. Emily Dario (PA), 3. Katya Hoover (PA);

BOYS:

Pen Argyl 85, Salisbury 59

Notre Dame-Green Pond 97, Salisbury 52

4x100 relay: 1. Notre Dame-Green Pond (Jerod Rodriguez, Jude Bisliq, Trevor Shay, Julius Ewungken) 50.7, 2. Pen Argyl DQ;

4x400 relay: 1. Notre Dame-Green Pond (John Hohl, Ryan Domzaiski, Dylan Carter, Cody Smith) 4:03.2, 2. Pen Argyl A, 3. Pen Argyl B;

4x800 relay: 1. Notre Dame-Green Pond (Jack Blobe, Joe Gubernot, Cody Smith, Sam Carter) 9:28.2, 2. Pen Argyl;

100: 1. Delano McKenzie (S) 11.0, 2. Timmy Buda (S), 3. Joey Zaladonis (NDGP);

200: 1. Timmy Buda (S) 23.4, 2. Joey Zaladonis (NDGP), 3. Jerod Rodriguez (NDGP);

400: 1. Ryan Domzaiski (NDGP) 55.2, 2. Gianni Reto (PA), 3. RJ Farina (NDGP);

800: 1. John Koons (NDGP) 2:06.8, 2. Cody Smith (NDGP), 3. Joe Gubernot (NDGP);

1600: 1. Shane Artis (S) 4:41.3, 2. Anthony Coppolella (PA), 3. John Koons (NDGP);

3200: 1. Shane Artis (S) 10:33.4, 2. Anthony Coppolella (PA), 3. Jack Blobe NDGP);

110H: 1. Eric Lobb (PA) 16.0, 2. Leo McMenimen (NDGP), 3. Trevor Shay (NDGP);

300H: 1. Eric Lobb (PA) 42.5, 2. Joey Zaladonis (NDGP), 3. Leo McMenimen (NDGP);

High jump: 1. Trey Fenstermaker (S) 5-8, 2. Lucas Maggipinto (PA), 3. Hunter Bleam (S);

Pole vault: 1. Tadd Barr (PA) 11-0, 2. Jared Albanese (PA), 3. Sebastian Santos (NDGP);

Long jump: 1. Tadd Barr (PA) 20-4, 2. Hunter Bleam (S), 3. Jared Albanese (PA);

Triple jump: 1. Ryan Domzaiski (NDGP) 39-11 1/4; 2. Aaron Kahn (S), 3. Quintin Stephens (S);

Shot put: 1. Tom Kitchell (NDGP) 49-7, 2. Tyler Ference (NDGP), 3. Lex Rivera (NDGP);

Discus: 1. Tom Kitchell (NDGP) 167-9, 2. Allan Milkovitz (NDGP), 3. Tyler Ference (NDGP);

Javelin: 1. Tadd Barr (PA) 144-3, 2. Zach Morro (PA), 3. Tyler Ference (NDGP);

BASEBALL

Saturday, March 30

Salisbury-Lehighton

Lehighton beat the Falcons 8-1.

Indians pitchers limited the Falcons to just three hits in the game.

Salisbury’s Josh Orlena had a hit and an RBI in the game.

Friday, March 29

Northern Lehigh-Salisbury

The Falcons used a five-run fourth inning to erase Northern Lehigh’s early lead and go on to a 6-3 win over the Bulldogs.

Salisbury fell behind as Northern Lehigh scored a run in each of the first two innings. BUt the Falcons posted five runs in the fourth and an insurance tally in the sixth.

Quinn Warmkessel earned the win, but gave way to Hayden Kuhns in the sixth inning.

Colin Weiss went 2-for-3 for the Falcons and drove in three runs. Warmkessel went 2-for-4 in the win.

Wednesday, March 27

Salisbury-Catasauqua

The Rough Riders beat Salisbury 12-3. No other information about the game was received by the Press.

BOYS TENNIS

Saturday, March 30

Salisbury-Palisades

Palisades won all three singles matches for a 3-2 victory over the Falcons.

Salisbury’s Bradley Hnatow and Dylan Thompson won the No. 1 doubles match 6-4, 6-7, 12-10 and CJ Ekdahl and Tanner Ruth took the second doubles match 6-1, 7-6.

SINGLES

Michael Swope (P) def. Dylan Weber 6-0, 6-0; Gavin Kelly (P) def. Patrick To 6-1, 6-2; Tim Gehman (P) def. Chris Marinos 6-2, 6-0.

DOUBLES

Bradley Hnatow/Dylan Thompson (S) def. Ethan Scott/Ardan Taylor 6-4, 6-7, 12-10; CJ Ekdahl/Tanner Ruth (S) def. Sean Johnson/Stephen Reinard 6-1, 7-6.

Wednesday, March 27

Pen Argyl-Salisbury

The Falcons dropped only one match in a 4-1 win over Pen Argyl.

Dylan Weber and Christopher Marinos picked up singles wins for the Falcons, while Brad Hnatow and Dylan Thompson combined for one doubles win and teammates CJ Ekdahl and Tanner Ruth combined for the other doubles victory.

SINGLES

Dylan Weber (S) def. Brendan McMahon 6-1, 6-4; Aidan McMahon (P) def. Patrick To 6-4, 4-6, 10-5; Christopher Marinos (S) def. Jayson Corsetti 6-1, 6-3.

DOUBLES

Brad Hnatow/Dylan Thompson (S) def. Tanner Shaw/Rakeem Smith (P) 7-5, 6-0; CJ Ekdahl/Tanner Ruth (S) def. Liam Giraldo/John-Anthony Vanic 6-1, 6-0.

SOFTBALL

Friday, March 29

Northern Lehigh-Salisbury

Salisbury took a fifth-inning lead and held on for a 4-3 win over Northern Lehigh.

The Falcons fell behind 1-0 in the second inning, but came back with a run in the fourth and two in the fifth. Northern Lehigh tied the game with a pair of runs in the sixth inning, but the Falcons, which committed six errors in the game, scored in the bottom of the seventh to pull out the victory.

Winning Falcon pitcher Emily Silberman had a two-run homer in the game while allowing just three Bulldog hits.

Wednesday, March 27

Salisbury-Catasauqua

The Falcons scored 19 runs in the first inning and closed out the 20-run rule victory with five more in the top of the third inning.

Peyton Stauffer had a pair of doubles and recorded the 100th hit of her career in the game while going 4-for-4 with four RBIs and three runs scored. Gretchen Helsel went 2-for-4 with four RBIs and three runs for Salisbury. Other players driving in two or more runs for the Falcons were Sara Lamana (3), Kayla Trenge (3), Emily Silberman (2) and Marcie Silberman (2).