In the postseason, it’s all about just finding a way to win the game. It doesn’t have to be pretty. It doesn’t need to be a blowout victory. It’s only about finding a way to get the win.
On Monday, in the District 11 Class 3A quarterfinals, Palmerton did just that against Colonial League foe Salisbury. Fighting for their playoff lives, the No. 4 seed Bombers edged the Falcons in dramatic fashion with a walk off single in the bottom of the seventh inning, advancing with a 3-2 win.
Salisbury wrestling coach Eric Snyder doesn't have the numbers he would like in 2012-13, but in the case of the Falcons grappling squad it's about quality not quantity.
The Falcons took a trip north to Jim Thorpe High School this past weekend to compete at the Jim Thorpe Duals to get their season started. The Duals consisted of 10 teams from all over the eastern part of Pennsylvania. Snyder knew his team as a whole wasn't going to get a win because of all their holes in the lineup, but overall was happy with the way his guys performed.