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Boys soccer falls in district final

Wednesday, November 11, 2015 by MIKE HAINESAND TODD KRESS in Sports

Salisbury did all it could last week to bottle up Northwestern’s JD Haaf. But the Tigers’ top goal-scorer made the most of few opportunities to lead his to a 2-0 win in the District 11 Class AA boys soccer final.

“We try and deny him the ball but he’s a little more deceptive than he looks,” said Salisbury head coach Mark Allinson. “He’s the complete package.

LV Phantoms suffer third straight setback

Wednesday, November 11, 2015 by CHUCK HIXSONSPECIAL TO THE PRESS in Sports

Zack Stortini was one of the more popular members of the Lehigh Valley Phantoms inaugural team last season, but he wound up signing with the Binghamton Senators during the offseason. Sunday night was his first trip to Allentown as a visiting player and he chose the occasion to put one of the new members of the Phantoms to a test. Just as the opening puck was dropped, Stortini went after AHL rookie Tyrell Goulbourne, who is four-inches and 15-pounds smaller than the AHL veteran.

It proved to be a bad idea.

Falcons want helmet back in Salisbury

Wednesday, November 4, 2015 by TODD KRESS in Sports

Just over the mountain and a few miles south on Route 309 resides one of Salisbury’s biggest rivals.

When Southern Lehigh (7-2) hosts the Falcons (6-3) on Friday night in their regular season finale, there’s more on the line than just another Colonial League win, although that’s how the Falcons will approach it.

There’s a chance to leapfrog those Spartans for the No. 2 spot in the West Division. And there’s an opportunity for Salisbury to regain possession of the prized trophy of the traditional helmet.

Boys advance to D-11 semifinal

Wednesday, November 4, 2015 by TODD KRESS in Sports

Salisbury junior James Hadinger was inches away from tying the game at a goal apiece on a header in the first 10 minutes of the second half. His header, unfortunately, hit the left post of Saucon Valley’s goal and was eventually booted out of harms way.

When Hadinger found himself in prime position not even a minute later for another equalizing goal, he didn’t let it go to waste.

District 11 football playoff picture remains up in the air

Wednesday, November 4, 2015 by PETER in Sports

If you thought the District 11 football playoffs were going to be a bit clearer heading into week 10, think again.

While the 1A and 2A scenarios seem to be a bit more cut and dry, 3A and 4A have plenty of narratives heading into the final weekend of the regular season.

Here what’s we know in each of the four classifications.


XC runners finish off season

Wednesday, November 4, 2015 by TODD in Sports

All things must come to an end. For the Salisbury boys and girls cross country teams, their 2015 season came to a close last week.

For the first season in quite some time, head coach Doug Hensinger won’t be making the trip to Hershey to watch any Falcons compete in the annual PIAA Cross Country Championships. But despite that void, the Falcons endured a successful season which ended with last Wednesday’s district meet.