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Baseball hangs on for win over PA


Thursday, April 21

Notre Dame (GP), Catty-


The Salisbury boys team split a meet against Notre Dame (Green Pond) and Catasauqua as they beat the Rough Riders 88-59 but lost to the Crusaders 92-58. The Falcon girls team dropped both sides of the meet, losing 101-48 to Catty and 121-29 to Notre Dame.

Josiah Day (high jump), Tyson Utesch (pole vault), Chase Fenstermaker (long jump), Kyle Artis (triple jump) and Hunter Bleam (shot put) all won events for the Falcons boys team, which is now 2-5 this season.

In the girls meet, Brooke Bleam (high jump, pole vault) won two events for the Falcons (1-6).


Notre Dame 92, Salisbury 58

Salisbury 88, Catasauqua 59

100: 1. James Wisecarver (ND) 11.6, 2. Wyatt Younes (C), 3. Andrew Shupe (ND);

200: 1. Tarif Muhammad (ND) 23.6, 2. Kyle Artis (S), 3. Andrew Shupe (ND);

400: 1. Jacob Dove (C) 53.5, 2. Michael Maslonka (ND), 3. James Wisecarver (ND);

800: 1. Ryan Kothstein (ND) 2:11.1, 2. Jordan Smith (ND), 3. Jake Mattes (ND);

1600: 1. Autin Karwacki (ND) 4:48.2, 2. Jordan Smith (ND), 3. Jake Mattes (ND);

3200: 1. Chandler Albanese (ND) 11:27.2, 2. Conor McGinty (S), 3. Ryan Horn (ND);

110H: 1. Joseph Phillips (ND) 16.3, 2. Jairo Suarez (S), 3. Cade Santos (ND);

300H: 1. Joseph Phillips (ND) 44.3, 2. Herbito Hernandez (S), 3. Cade Santos (ND);

4x100: 1. Catasauqua (Anthony Barber, Doryan Cene, Daniel Jones, Jeremiah Cofie) 45.6, 2. Salisbury (Ivan Cisneros, Ryland Lopez, Zackary Baab, Jacob Gibbons), 3. Notre Dame;

4x400: 1. Catasauqua (Jacob Dove, Wyatt Younes, Cole Brown, Cedric Bright) 3:40.1, 2. Notre Dame, 3. Salisbury (Jacob Gibbons, Noah Kichline, Andrew Lucas, Ivan Cisneros);

4x800: 1. Notre Dame (Samuel Carter, Michael Maslonka, Ryan Korthstein, Austin Karwacki) 9:56.0, 2. Catasauqua, 3. Salisbury (Michael Heitzer, Carver Moyer, Gregory Tenzer, Conor McGinty);

High jump: 1. Josiah Day (S) 5-9, 2. Cade Santos (ND), 3. James Holzschoh (ND);

Pole vault: 1. Tyson Utesch (S) 10-0, 2. Chase Fenstermaker (S), 3. Preston Santos (ND);

Long jump: 1. Chase Fenstermaker (S) 19-10, 2. Kyle Artis (S), 3. James Wisecarver (ND);

Triple jump: 1. Kyle Artis (S) 41-8, 2. Chase Fenstermaker (S), 3. James Holzschoh (ND);

Shot put: 1. Hunter Bleam (S) 40-3.5, 2. Alex Oakley (C), 3. Xavier Rosario (C);

Discus: 1. Luke Bittner (ND) 113-10, 2. Thomas Wendland (ND), 3. Kendrick Eure (ND);

Javelin: 1. Trevor Regits (C) 121-4, 2. Hunter Bleam (S), 3. Thomas Wendland (ND).


Notre Dame 121, Salisbury 29

Catasauqua 101, Salisbury 48

100: 1. Sarah Sidro (ND) 13.1, 2. Heaven Jenkins (C), 3. Katherine Medina (S);

200: 1. Annie Hohl (ND) 28.4, 2. Katherine Medina (S), 3. Sophia Ascani (S);

400: 1. Emily Lessig (ND) 1:03.1, 2. Olivia Schweitzer (ND), 3. Sophia Ascani (S);

800: 1. Lauren Bower (ND) 2:24.5, 2. Katherine Koons (ND), 3. Sarah Sidro (ND);

1600: 1. Serena Azzalina (ND) 6:00.5, 2. Catherine Mahoney (ND), 3. Grace Ann Mattair (ND);

3200: 1. Alivia Bear (C) 13:55.6, 2. Kaylee Weidaw (C), 3. Catherine Mahoney (ND)

100H: 1. Valia Tsirukis (ND) 17.7, 2. Denali Cintron (ND), 3. Lily Eyvazzadeh (ND);

300H: 1. Denali Cintron (ND) 52.6, 2. Isabella Santos (ND), 3. Valia Tsirukis (ND);

4x100: 1. Notre Dame (Sarah Sidro, Annie Hohl, Melissa Skibinski, Sophia Hahn) 54.3, 2. Catasauqua, 3. Catasauqua;

4x400: 1. Notre Dame (Sarah Sidro, Lauren Bower, Annie Hohl, Rosetta Shupe) 4:37.5, 2. Catasauqua;

4x800: 1. Notre Dame (Lauren Bower, Serena Azzalina, Emily Lessig, Katherine Koons) 11:43.0, 2. Catasauqua.

High jump: 1. Brooke Bleam (S) 4-11, 2. Rosetta Shupe (ND), 3. Riley Pijut (ND);

Pole vault: 1. Brooke Bleam (S) 7-6, 2. Alexandra Miller (S), 3. Emma Kichline (S);

Long jump: 1. Annie Hohl (ND) 15-3, 2. Madison Harth (C), 3. Brooke Bleam (S);

Triple jump: 1. Madison Harth (C) 30-8, 2. Kyra Jackson (C), 3. Clare Duffy (ND);

Shot put: 1. Lauren DeLong (C) 33-1.75, 2. Aidan Gerhard (C), 3. Sarah Zambo (ND);

Discus: 1. Aidan Gerhard (C) 87-8, 2. Adeline Weidner (ND), 3. Emma Zambo (ND);

Javelin: 1. Sage Rodriguez (C) 78-2, 3. Brooke Weidaw (C), 3. Amber Unger (ND).


Friday, April 22

Pen Argyl-Salisbury

The Falcons hung on for a 10-9 win over Pen Argyl.

Salisbury was leading the back-and-forth game 10-7 before the Knights got a pair of runs in the top of the seventh inning. The Falcons trailed 4-0 after two and a half innings and were still down 7-3 before a six-run sixth inning put them in front.

Five Salisbury players had two hits in the game, including Hunter Rothrock (2-for-4, 2 runs, RBI), Tim Schware (2-for-4, 2 RBIs, run), Jake Bucchin (2-for-4, 2 runs), Lucas Graver (2-for-4, 2 runs, 2 RBIs) and Jordan Tocci (2-for-4, RBI).

Lovelidge got the win, pitching four innings and allowing four hits and just two earned runs while striking out five and walking just one. Graver went three innings and allowed five hits and two earned runs while striking out six and walking two.

With the win, the Falcons improve to 6-5 overall and in Colonial League play.

Wednesday, April 20


The Falcons fell 6-3 to Bangor.

Jake Bucchin went 2-for-3 for Salisbury, while teammate Matt Nunez (2-for-4) and Tim Schware (2-for-3) also had two hits in the game.


Friday, April 22

Pen Argyl-Salisbury

Salisbury used a big sixth inning to beat the Green Knights 4-1.

Trailing 1-0 after five and a half innings, the Falcons scored four runs in the bottom of the sixth en route to the win.

Beth Carney allowed four hits over seven innings to earn the win. She also had a double in the game.

Wednesday, April 20


The Slaters beat Salisbury 6-2.

No other information about the game was received by the Press.


Thursday, April 21

Salisbury-Southern Lehigh

Southern Lehigh beat Salisbury 5-0.

Individual match scores were not received by the Press.

PRESS PHOTO BY NANCY SCHOLZ Brooke Bleam took first place in two events in the Falcons' meet against Notre Dame and Catasauqua.
PRESS PHOTO BY NANCY SCHOLZ Shyann Cortes competes in the 1600-meter run during last week's meet when the Falcons hosted Notre Dame and Catasauqua.