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SYA wrestlers fare well in EPYWL tourney

Wednesday, February 20, 2013 by The Press in HS Sports

The SYA wrestling team traveled to Quakertown on Sunday, February 17 for the East Penn Youth Wrestling League Varsity tournament.

Salisbury had four wrestlers place during the event: Kyle Lash (eighth place, 45 pounds), Carver Moyer (eighth place, 57 pounds), Timmy Buda (fourth place, 100 pounds) and Toby Linn (third place, 48 pounds). Many of the SYA grapplers will continue on through open tournament season and are expected to be a force at the Mustang Open on February 23 and the Jim...

Minersville awaits Lady Falcons in districts

Wednesday, February 20, 2013 by TODD KRESS Special to the Press in HS Sports

When the start of the District 11 2A girls basketball tournament begins, the Salisbury girls basketball team will not have played a game in over two weeks. The Falcons last faced Southern Lehigh back on February 7, a 64-37 loss which concluded the regular season in the Colonial League.

But despite the lengthy layoff, the team has continued its preparation toward Friday's opening round game against Minersville (16-5) and head coach Joe Mladosich is pleased with how the team is looking...

Will fourth time be a charm for boys?

Wednesday, February 20, 2013 by TODD KRESS Special to the Press in HS Sports

It won't take long for the Salisbury boys basketball team to cross paths with Wilson once again this season.

Ten days after their meeting in the Colonial League semifinals, the Falcons and Warriors will face off for the fourth time this season on Friday night at Catasauqua at 7:30 p.m. in the District 11 3A boys basketball tournament.

The two squads also met on February 5, making Friday's district contest the third time in roughly two and a half weeks that they've squared off....

PIAA NOTEBOOK PIAA Board needs to act soon on heat issues

Wednesday, February 20, 2013 by ROD FRISCO Special to the Press in HS Sports

With the debate over the length of the PIAA football season long in the rearview mirror, it would seem that football is status quo at the PIAA Board of Directors level.

It is not.

The PIAA Board is currently embroiled in a discussion - some might call it a battle - over how to handle a proposed heat acclimatization program that, no matter how it is implemented, will greatly affect the start of the football practice.

Prompted by concerns from the PIAA's Sports Medicine...

Guttman continues family legacy

Wednesday, February 20, 2013 by CJ HEMERLY Special to the Press in HS Sports

Two years ago, standing on the podium at districts receiving their medals, were two sisters. Senior Gabby Guttman and sophomore Danielle Guttman, both placed in the 500 freestyle and were able to help out Salisbury and share a special moment.

"Swimming with my sister was great," the younger Guttman said. "Her senior year was my sophomore year, and we both swam the same events, so at districts we were able to get onto the podium together, and that was really cool."

The two were...

Exhibition, JV seasons end

Wednesday, February 20, 2013 by The Press in HS Sports

The SYA wrestling team hosted the East Penn Youth Wrestling League Exhibition/JV end of the season tournament on Sunday, February 10.

Over 500 youth wrestlers converged on Salisbury High School to cap off the end of the wrestling season.

Salisbury had several wrestlers place during the event including: exhibition wrestler Ashton Thomas (fifth place, 85 pounds) and JV wrestlers Conner Miller (fifth place, 42 pounds), Anthony Scarcia (fifth place, 100 pounds), and Dallas Rothrock...

Dee wins tourney title, closes in on 100

Wednesday, February 13, 2013 by The Press in HS Sports

Anthony Dee's quest to 100 wins got a lot easier as the Falcon's 126-pound wrestler earned five wins at the Falcon Wrestling Tournament on Saturday to boost his career total to 96.

Dee was named the meet's outstanding wrestler and won his weight class with four pins and a 6-4 overtime decision over Southern Huntingdon's Dison Myers in the final.

The senior wasn't the only Salisbury wrestler to post a winning record as Zach Adams won three of his five matches at 106-pounds to...

Hrebik reaches career scoring milestone

Wednesday, February 13, 2013 by TODD KRESS Special to the Press in HS Sports

In the midst of the third quarter of last week's game against Wilson, Salisbury senior guard Megan Hrebik connected on a one-handed jumper in the lane during what was the Falcons' Senior Night.

It was a shot that Hrebik has mastered over her years as a Falcon. This shot, however, was more significant than any other field goal she recorded in her career.

With that field goal, Hrebik became the school's most recent 1,000-point scorer, and is the 14th Falcon to ever accomplish the...

Hockey falls to Parkland, 5-1

Wednesday, February 13, 2013 by CJ HEMERLY Special to the Press in HS Sports

Heart has been the one word that head coach Rich Crowley reiterates about his combined Salisbury/Whitehall hockey team.

Crowley's group never quits and always plays to the final whistle, even with the challenge of facing some of the top teams in the Lehigh Valley Scholastic Hockey League.

Monday night Salisbury/Whitehall stayed with the number one team in the league Parkland for a majority of the game, and came away with a late goal for their efforts in a 5-1 loss at Lehigh...

Girls fall in season finale

Wednesday, February 13, 2013 by CJ HEMERLY Special to the Press in HS Sports

Throughout Joe Mladosich's first season as head coach of the Salisbury girls, he's preached two things - taking care of the ball and making shots.

Neither happened too well last Thursday night as Southern Lehigh used 19 points from junior guard Madeline McDonald to break away in the second half and win the season finale of the Colonial League 64-37.

The Spartans (19-3, 14-2 Colonial League) earn a trip to play in the Colonial League tournament, and the Falcons will use the...