When your leading scorer, rebounder and player who has made the most free throws for you during the season comes down with an injury where do you turn.
Salisbury head coach Joe Mladosich turned to his entire team when 6-foot-3 senior center Meagan Eripret couldn't play on Saturday night against Palmerton in a Coalonial League playoff wild card game.
One might think that a team that gives up 31 first-half points would just stick its head in the sand and find itself facing a mercy rule-loss shortly after the third quarter began.
That wasn't the case last Friday as the Salisbury football team would have nothing of the sort against Palmerton.
Instead, the Falcons came out and owned the second half despite falling to the Bombers 38-28 and ending Salisbury's chance to qualify for a district playoff berth, dropping to 4-5 on the season.
Lehigh Valley IronPigs manager Dave Brundage has been around the game of baseball long enough to realize how special Opening Day is.
So when he makes his debut as the third manager of the franchise at Coca-Cola Park on Thursday night against the Syracuse Chiefs, he'll be ready to try and continue the success that Ryne Sandberg had in his two years at the helm. Sandberg was promoted to third base coach of the major league Phillies in the offseason.