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Boys swimmers top Blue Mountain

Wednesday, January 30, 2013 by The Press in HS Sports

The Salisbury boys were dominant again in their only meet last week, topping Blue Mountain 130-49 last Tuesday.

The Falcons were set up for a huge showdown with Southern Lehigh on Friday, but snow pushed the rivarly, a likely District 11 preview, to this Thursday at KidsPeace.

Against the Blue Eagles, Salisbury's boys took first in all but one event, sweeping the relays en route to another big victory.

Garrett Collins led the way with a pair of first place finishes in...

Girls lock up spot in districts

Wednesday, January 30, 2013 by SHANE BAGLINI Special to the Press in HS Sports

The Salisbury girls basketball team qualified for the District 11 playoffs with a 47-39 victory over Palisades Thursday night at Salisbury High School.

The Falcons return to the playoffs for the second straight year, after failing to make since the 2004-05 season.

The Falcons were lead by star sophomore Meagan Eripret, who scored a game high 28 points and grabbed 10 rebounds. Eripret was the catalyst for the Falcons, who won their fourth straight Colonial League game, and have...

Salisbury rifle team takes its best shot

Wednesday, January 23, 2013 by SHANE BAGLINI Special to the Press in HS Sports

The Salisbury rifle team is off to a rough start this season, but the athletes participating are learning valuable life lessons while participating with their friends and classmates.

Gun violence has become a major issue in today's America, and the lessons being learned by the Salisbury High School rifle team are lessons that everyone should take seriously.

"We teach the kids gun safety from day one, it's the fundamental part of what we do here, before we worry about technique...

Falcon boys shoot down Blue Bombers

Wednesday, January 23, 2013 by ED HEDES in HS Sports

Salisbury head coach Jason Weaver sat and watched his JV team, with a 15-1 record, get off to a sluggish start against Palmerton on Friday. So it was no surprise his pre-game talk to the varsity squad was all about having a big first quarter when it took the court.

Weaver's words were put into motion rather quickly as the Falcons jumped out to a 21-6 first quarter lead and the never looked back in rolling to a 73-35 Colonial League win. It upped their record to 10-6 overall and 7-3 in...

Girls topple Palmerton

Wednesday, January 23, 2013 by TODD KRESS Special to the Press in HS Sports

Last Friday's game against Palmerton was one that Salisbury girls basketball head coach Joe Mladosich was waiting for the entire season.

It may have taken a little longer than expected, but the Falcons' 67-43 win over the Blue Bombers last week at Salisbury High School was an outing that was as impressive as any other during the season thus far.

The win stationed the Falcons - who have won three of their last four conference games - back to .500 in the Colonial League. The...

Scarcia becoming a factor on the mats

Wednesday, January 23, 2013 by TODD KRESS Special to the Press in HS Sports

It's tough for a team to go out and compete on a nightly basis when the outcome is already virtually determined beforehand.

But that's what the Salisbury wrestling team does every time it takes the mat.

Despite having just six wrestlers on the team a number that makes it impossible for the Falcons to capture a win no matter the outcome of each individual bout the Falcons continue to fight and improve no matter the circumstances.

The same was evident during Wednesday's...

Anderson having big season

Wednesday, January 23, 2013 by SHANE BAGLINI Special to the Press in HS Sports

Jon Anderson is a special kind of swimmer. The junior is the top freestyle swimmer on Salisbury's team, and will be key in getting the Falcons their second straight District 11 title, and hopefully more.

"It's always good to have somebody to race, that you see every day that can always push you, you're always working to be better," said Anderson of his team's success. "Everyone has their own personal race, and they all just keep getting faster, and then we all come together at...

Wrestlers win three against Notre Dame

Thursday, January 17, 2013 by The Press in HS Sports

Numbers remain a major factor in the winless season for the Salisbury wrestling team so far, but the individual success has been good for the team.

In a loss to Notre Dame of Green Pond last week, the Falcons scored 14 points in six matches of a 52-14 loss.

Salisbury split the six contested bouts against the Crusaders and actually held a brief lead at 14-12.

Anthony Dee, the Falcons' standout 126-pounder, picked up another pin, downing David Reif in 2:53. Matthwe...

Falcons hold on for win over Tigers

Thursday, January 17, 2013 by TODD KRESS Special to the Press in HS Sports

When it comes to close games this season, the Salisbury boys basketball team has often found itself on the losing end.

That, however, changed last Friday night as the Falcons (8-6 overall; 5-3 in Colonial League) held off a furious second half rally from Northwestern Lehigh (5-10 overall; 2-6 in Colonial League), and moved to two games above .500 in conference play with the 48-43 victory.

"This was good for us," said head coach Jason Weaver. "This was our first win this year...

Hockey upsets K-Kids

Thursday, January 17, 2013 by CJ HEMERLY Special to the Press in HS Sports

Cody Rinkus bagged a hat trick, and Matt Emerick added two goals and an assist to fuel Whitehall/Salisbury to an upset win over Northampton on senior night last Monday at Lehigh Valley Ice Arena.

"It was awesome," the senior Rinkus said on the win. "It's been a rough season for us, just to get this tonight, it was a big win."

For Salisbury/Whitehall (2-6-3), they are back in the win column for the first time since a 3-1 victory over Pleasant Valley/Quakertown on November 12....