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Boys keep rolling; girls rebound from first CL loss

Thursday, September 20, 2012 by The Press in HS Sports

BOYS SOCCER

Salisbury 8,

Notre Dame ES 0

Connor Wagner's hat trick helped Salisbury cruise to an 8-0 Colonial League victory over Notre Dame of East Stroudsburg last week.

The Falcons outshot the Spartans 33-3 in the shutout and scored six goals in the first half.

Joe Reilly added a pair of scores, while both Sebastian Valderama and Kevin Barahona had a goal and an assist. Danny Walters also scored, while Brian Maehrer finished with an assist.

Shaun...

Falcons fall in tennis, golf

Thursday, September 20, 2012 by The Press in HS Sports

GOLF

Notre Dame GP 388,

Salisbury 415

The Falcons couldn't get past one of the Colonial League's top golfers as Eamon Marone's 72 led to a win for Notre Dame of Green Pond.

Connor Forsyth was Salisbury's low man, firing the second-best round of the day with 76. Andy Wagner shot 83 and Kody Long 84 for the Falcons.

NOTRE DAME GP

Eamon Marone 72, Dan McDonald 76, Bob Deutsch 77, Kyle Buchman 80, Paul Roth 83

SALISBURY

Connor Forsyth 76,...

Impressive start for Falcon harriers

Thursday, September 20, 2012 by The Press in HS Sports

BOYS

Salisbury 26, Catasauqua 29

Salisbury 24, No. Lehigh 31

Salisbury 21, Palisades 34

Salisbury 15, Pen Argyl 42

Wilson 26, Salisbury 29

Led by strong finish from Kyle Gonoude and Garrett Collins, the Salisbury boys need just two races to better last season's win total, taking four of five matchups in last week's Colonial League cluster meet at Pen Argyl.

Gonoude was third in a lead group that included Wilson's Jaryd Flank and Catasauqua's...

Football team looks to build on the victory

Thursday, September 20, 2012 by TODD KRESS Special to the Press in HS Sports

Andy Cerco got his first win as head coach last week when his Salisbury team defeated Palmerton on Friday night, 13-7.

The first-year head coach also got to experience another first for his career - a sideline Gatorade bath for the historic victory.

"It was definitely different," said Cerco. "I never got that before. I was wet the whole way home, and it was pretty cold the whole way home.

"It was a good experience. That just shows you how excited the kids were about what...

Field hockey team held scoreless in loss to Wilson

Thursday, September 20, 2012 by TODD KRESS Special to the Press in HS Sports

Following the final whistle of last Thursday's field hockey game between Salisbury and Wilson, the Falcons felt as if that was a game they should've had.

It was the Falcons who not only dominated time of possession, but held a lopsided 14-2 advantage in shots on goal. And facing a Warrior team that they defeated twice a year ago and that had no substitutions for their most recent matchup against the Falcons, it looked like a recipe for a Salisbury win.

But that's certainly not...

Falcons top Bombers for first win under Cerco

Thursday, September 20, 2012 by ED HEDES in HS Sports

Something had to give.

Salisbury and Palmerton entered their Colonial League battle winless on Friday night so someone was going to take a step forward, while the other would take a step backward.

After a scoreless first half, it was the Falcons who stepped it up a notch and hit the win column with a 13-7 victory at Blue Bomber Stadium.

It was the first win for the Falcons since October 14 of last year when they defeated Palisades 30-7.

And Salisbury head coach...

Blue Bombers, Falcons searching for first win

Wednesday, September 12, 2012 by TODD KRESS Special to the Press in HS Sports

Heading into week three of the Colonial League football season, both Salisbury and Palmerton have a number of similarities when comparing the two squads on paper.

Most importantly, when the Blue Bombers host the Falcons on Friday night for a 7 p.m. kickoff, both teams will be looking to capture their first victory of the young season.

The Falcons fell to Northwestern Lehigh last week 23-0 after suffering a 20-7 defeat to Bangor in week one. Meanwhile, the Blue Bombers came up a...

Field hockey still after some scoring power

Wednesday, September 12, 2012 by TODD KRESS Special to the Press in HS Sports

For the past few seasons, one of the Salisbury field hockey team's biggest obstacles has been scoring goals in the offensive end.

In the team's season opener against Palisades last Wednesday at Salisbury High School, the Falcons once again struggled to find the back of the cage in the 4-0 defeat.

It wasn't a one-sided contest in terms of possession and shots on goal, though. The Falcons (0-2) controlled the ball in the Pirates' territory consistently and had their chances on...

Girls soccer rolls Catty

Wednesday, September 12, 2012 by TODD KRESS Special to the Press in HS Sports

Junior midfielder/forward Kori Hadinger is having one marvelous start to season for the Salisbury girls soccer team.

Two more goals for Hadinger in the Falcons' 6-0 shutout victory over Catasauqua gives her a total of five after three league games.

Hadinger will tell you herself she feels more comfortable operating in the center. But head coach Rick Babyak is beyond pleased at the results he sees from his offensive weapon wherever she is stationed.

"I'm more comfortable...

Falcons score nine in win

Wednesday, September 12, 2012 by CJ HEMERLY Special to the Press in HS Sports

Goals were a plenty, coming from all distances and speeds last Thursday night as Ben Heydt and his teammates fired on all cylinders and shut down Catasauqua 9-1 in Colonial League action at Salisbury.

Heydt scored the first and third goals for the Falcons. His first, just under six minutes in, was ripped off a missed clearance from a corner kick. His second goal, a no-doubter, nearly put a hole in the net when it flew past Catasauqua goalie Gunnar Pattison's out-stretching arms.

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