In recent years, the Salisbury baseball team was a part of the Midnight Baseball tournament that benefited the Miracle League of Northampton County.
Despite not gaining enough interest across the area to keep that tradition alive, that didn't stop the Falcons from doing their part to stay involved with the Miracle League.
Last Saturday, July 26 at Easton's Hackett Park, the Falcons held their Salisbury Charity Game in which all proceeds went toward Northampton County's Miracle League.
Even as a freshman, Salisbury's Lindsay Bauer received recognition in the track and field landscape.
In a regular season meet of her inaugural season, before capturing three second-place finishes in districts as a ninth grader, one of the area's top track and field sprinters in Palmerton's Jessica Pereira provided Bauer with some insight on her own career. As a sprinter, Pereira went on to the University of North Carolina where she continued her track and field career.
If you'd like to try your luck at hunting Pennsylvania's most majestic game animal, you have until July 31 to submit your drawing application for the 2014 elk hunt.
This year the drawing for elk tags has been moved up a bit and will be held at a new location. The drawing is now set for Aug. 16 in Benezette, PA and in conjunction with Pennsylvania's Great Outdoor Elk Expo according to the Pennsylvania Game Commission. So unlike last year, hunters should be aware of the earlier drawing date.
Justin Aungst's coaches saw something in him as a freshman on both the baseball field and basketball court that made him something special.
As a ninth grader, head coach Mike Pochron gave Aungst the start in the Falcons' District 11 Class AA championship game, a 5-2 victory over Pen Argyl. He also appeared in the team's PIAA championship game two weeks later.
An East Side Youth Center Elite Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) team recently won a Sixth-Grade national tournament title.
The team was made up of players from several different parts of the Lehigh Valley as well as Pottsville and Pottstown. Its tournament season began back in March.
On Saturday, July 12, the team won the 2014 Sixth Grade Division III East Coast National Championship, which was played from July 9-12 at the Boo Williams Sports Complex in Hampton, Virginia. There were 48 teams competing for the Division III East Coast national championship.
When all was said and done, and the Lehigh Valley Summer Soccer League (LVSSL) officially came to an end last week, CSG Falcons Blue finished the season as runner-up in the girls playoffs.
Prior to coming up two goals short against Blue Crew (Warren Hills) in Friday's championship game, the Lady Falcons earned three postseason victories along the way in advancing to the final game of the season.
And while the Lady Falcons were a game short of their ultimate goal, head coach Rick Babyak has been pleased with both teams play all season.
Despite being in a bracket with the team that ended its season last winter, as well as a squad from New Jersey and a Constitution team that advanced to last year's title game, the Salisbury boys' basketball team stood above the rest in the SportsFest "A-Town Throwdown" Basketball Tournament at Cedar Beach.
The Falcons won all three of their games in pool play to earn a spot in the round of 16 that began on Sunday morning.
It seems as if every time Northwestern and Salisbury step on the same soccer field, a close game is surely to follow.
During the fall season, the Tigers came out victorious in a 1-0 decision over the Falcons in mid-September. When the District 11 Class AA playoffs got under way, the Falcons got a bit of revenge with their 3-2 victory in the semifinals.
Judging by the way the Salisbury boys' basketball team made its way through last week's Stellar "Catch A Rising Star" Basketball Showcase, you wouldn't think it had graduated all five starters from last year's team.
But while replacing senior starters at every position is certainly a heavy task for head coach Jason Weaver, the Falcons' run in Stellar raised a few eyebrows in the crowd.
Even without its top player, the Salisbury girls' basketball team put together an impressive run in last week's Stellar "Catch A Rising Star" Basketball Showcase at Cedar Beach.
The Lady Falcons, who were without leading scorer and rebounder Meagan Eripret, earned two victories and advanced to play late on Saturday before their run ended in a close loss to Nazareth, 39-33.
"Obviously the goal is always to get to Sunday," head coach Joe Mladosich said. "As long as we come out and compete. Hopefully we get three or four games in, maybe more."