For the first time in history District 11 crowned four champion golfers this season.
Monday, the first district tournament was conducted in which the field was broken up into classes, 2A and 3A for both boys and girls.
Bethlehem Catholic's Nick Maff won this year's boys Class 3A title, while Wilson's Collin Hagenbuch won the 2A crown.
In the girls tournament, Freedom's Helen Hsu took first place in 3A while Central Catholic's Franca Hurtado won Class 2A.
In most tournaments, golfers are playing to win and second place means about as much as fifth or 10th or last.
The District 11 Championship Qualifying Tournament is a little different. There's not medal for first place, no prize for winning. And for most golfers, 10th place or 15th place feels just as good as first. The only thing that matters is getting through the tournament and advancing to the district championships.
Salisbury's golf team finished off one of its most successful Colonial League seasons in recent years by competing in the league championship tournament, held last Wednesday at Bethlehem Municipal Golf Course.
The Falcons, which posted the first team record over .500 in nine years, saw two players finish in the top 20 at leagues.
Sophomore Kody Long shot an 83 for 15th place. Junior Luke Chassard fired an 85 and tied for 17th.
After Michael Abraham's 17-yard run on Salisbury's first play from scrimmage, the Falcons offense seemed ready for a break out game Friday night at Northwestern.
But the offense stalled from there, going the rest of the first half without a first down and falling behind 13-0 by the end of the second quarter en route to a 23-0 loss to the Tigers.
"Their defense was that good tonight," said first-year Salisbury head coach Andy Cerco. "They played very, very hard.