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Girls soccer falls short in Notre Dame match

Wednesday, October 10, 2012 by CJ HEMERLY Special to the Press in HS Sports

Mackenzie Groff jogged back to midfield getting high fives from her teammates after her second goal in two minutes, during the opening half. But the quick start by Salisbury was not enough to stop a late run by Notre Dame Green Pond, netting three second half goals to win a 5-4 thriller Monday night at Notre Dame High School.

The win catapults the Crusaders near the top four seedings for next week's Colonial League playoffs. The loss seemingly eliminates Salisbury (8-7, 7-5) from...

Dottery's goal lifts field hockey to second victory

Wednesday, October 10, 2012 by TODD KRESS Special to the Press in HS Sports

There's no question the Salisbury girls field hockey team is enduring a tough season on the field.

But that didn't stop the Falcons from fighting and remaining poised during Saturday's nonconference matchup against Dieruff at American Parkway Fields.

Behind an early goal from forward Kayleigh Dottery, the Falcons held on for the 1-0 victory to capture their second of the season.

"It feels really good especially since, even though we're at the end of the season, we're...

Boys soccer team can't overcome first half double

Wednesday, October 3, 2012 by CJ HEMERLY Special to the Press in HS Sports

Last week, the Salisbury boys soccer team showed its resiliency, bouncing back from a one-goal loss to Northwestern to earn a big league win over Moravian Academy.

They'll look to do the same this week against Southern Lehigh, after being defeated by Saucon Valley 2-1 on Saturday afternoon at home.

Two first half goals within a minute of each other allowed the Panthers to fall back into a prevent defense, which had two or three defenders shadowing their goal for most of the...

FALCON ROUNDUP Girls soccer gets split with Moravian, Saucon

Wednesday, October 3, 2012 by The Press in HS Sports

GIRLS SOCCER

Saucon Valley 7, Salisbury 0

Alicia and Lauren Binn had a part of four goals as the Panthers earned a decisive 7-0 victory over the Falcons on Saturday.

Alicia Binn had two goals and an assist, while sister Lauren scored once. Maddie Heenan added a pair of goals and an assist as well.

The Panthers held a 14-3 edge in shots, with Emily Hoats making six saves for the Falcons.

Saucon Valley won a much closer JV game, 2-1.

Salisbury 1,

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NL ground attack too much for Falcons

Wednesday, October 3, 2012 by TODD KRESS Special to the Press in HS Sports

Salisbury knew it would be tough going up against Northern Lehigh's potent rushing attack during Friday night's Colonial League matchup at Salisbury High School.

There was little the Falcons could do, however, as the Bulldogs totaled 247 yards on the ground en route to the 38-6 victory last week.

Led by running back Caleb Johnson who rushed for a team-high 112 yards, the Bulldogs ballooned a 6-0 lead after the first quarter to 31-0 at halftime. And Johnson had a part in each...

Football team trying to end skid against Saucon

Wednesday, October 3, 2012 by TODD KRESS Special to the Press in HS Sports

When Salisbury (1-4) travels to Saucon Valley (1-4) for Friday night's Colonial League football matchup, both teams will be looking to get win number two under their belts as the middle of the season approaches.

The Falcons will look too get back on track after combining for just nine points in their last two losses against Catasauqua (43-3) and Northern Lehigh (38-6).

Meanwhile, the Panthers will look to get their second win in three weeks.

The Falcons will have to deal...

Forsyth, Chassard reach District 11 tourney

Wednesday, October 3, 2012 by MIKE HAINES in HS Sports

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.

"You're just trying to keep your head on, get the ball...

Falcon golfers have solid finish

Thursday, September 27, 2012 by MIKE HAINES in HS Sports

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.

"It's my first time ever at leagues so it...

FALCON ROUNDUP Field hockey team earns first victory; girls tennis nearly pulls upset of Lions

Thursday, September 27, 2012 by The Press in HS Sports

FIELD HOCKEY

Pen Argyl 2,

Salisbury 1

Salisbury took an early lead on Pen Argyl, but couldn't hold on for its first win of the year, falling in overtime 2-1.

Jessica Rosario got the Falcons on the board in the first half off an assist from Kennedy Bresnak.

The Green Knights tied the game in the second half on a goal from Nicole Kocher and got the game-winner in overtime when Laura Zanette found Lacey Hempeler.

Meghan Williams made seven saves in goal...

Babyak pleased with effort in loss to Northwestern

Thursday, September 27, 2012 by TODD KRESS Special to the Press in HS Sports

The games for the Salisbury girls soccer team have started to become a little tougher near the midway point of the season.

After starting off the year 5-2 in the Colonial League's North Division, the Falcons will now begin the South Division portion of their schedule in the upcoming week.

But before all of that, the Falcons (6-4; 6-2 Colonial League) capped off the North Division against their toughest opponent to date in Northwestern Lehigh (10-0, 7-0).

And despite the...