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Monday, May 2

Salisbury-No. Lehigh

The Falcons came back from an early deficit to beat Northern Lehigh 8-2.

The Bulldogs scored a pair of runs in the bottom of the first inning and led until the fourth when Salisbury tied the game on Jordan Tocci’s two-run single that scored Tim Schware and Jacob Bucchin.

The Falcons took the lead in the fifth inning when Hunter Rothrock scored on a Schware sacrifice fly before Matt Nunez knocked in Bucchin with an RBI single for a 4-2 lead.

Brady Leiner knocked in a couple more runs on a fly-ball single to right field later in the inning to give his team a 6-2 lead.

Nunez knocked in the last two runs in the sixth inning when his single scored Bucchin and Lucas Graver.

Bucchin went 3-for-4 with two runs scored in the win, while Nunez (2-for-4, 3 RBIs, run) also had multiple hits in the game.

Thomas Lovelidge got the win, pitching seven innings and allowing just three hits and one earned run while striking out five and walking none. He pitched through four errors by the Falcon defense. The Bulldogs committed three errors in the game.

Salisbury improved to 8-7 overall and 7-7 in Colonial League play.

Saturday, April 30


The Falcons beat Allen 9-7 in a nonleague game.

Jake Zellin led the Falcon offense, going 3-for-4 with an RBI and a run scored. Teammates Thomas Lovelidge (2-for-4, 2 runs), Hunter Rothrock (2-for-4, 2 RBIs) and Matt Nunez (2-for-3, 2 RBIs, run) also had multiple hits in the win.

Lucas Graver pitched five and 2/3 innings while allowing six hits and three earned runs. He struck out five Canaries and walked six to earn the win.

Friday, April 29

Moravian Acad.-


The Lions beat Salisbury 8-6 in a game that saw the Falcons commit seven errors.

Salisbury took a 2-1 lead after the first inning, but a three-run second inning put Moravian ahead 4-2.

The Falcons scored three runs in the bottom of the third inning, but a three-run Moravian fourth inning gave the Lions a 7-5 lead.

Salisbury scored in the bottom of the fourth to get within a run, but the Lions plated on more in the fifth to end the scoring. Tim Schware went 2-for-3 with a run scored and an RBI for the Falcons.

Wednesday, April 27


The Blue Bombers took a 2-0 lead in the first inning and held on for a 4-3 win.

Salisbury answered with a run in the second inning. Palmerton scored another pair in the bottom of the fifth to go ahead 4-1. Salisbury scored twice in the sixth.

Five Salisbury players had one hit each in the game, including Hunter Rothrock, Matt Nunez, Lucas Graver, Jake Zellin and Jordan Tocci.

Tim Schware allowed eight hits and just two earned runs over six innings. He threw 101 pitches and struck out 10 batters while walking four.


Tuesday, April 26



Salisbury was swept by Northwestern and Bangor in both the boys and girls meets.

The Lady Falcons lost 137-12 to the Tigers and 96-44 to the Slaters. Salisbury’s boys team fell 92-58 to Northwestern and 80-64 to Bangor.

Kyle Artis won three events for the Falcons, taking first place in long jump, triple jump and the 200-meter dash. Hunter Bleam (javelin) and Tyson Utesch (pole vault) also won individual events for Salisbury.

In the girls meet, Katherin Medina (200) and Brooke Bleam (high jump) each finished second in one event.


N’western 137, Salisbury 12

Bangor 96, Salisbury 44


- 1. Carsyn Van Norman (NW) 12.90, 2. Kalea Albanese (B), 3. Katherine Medina (S);


- 1. Carsyn Van Norman (NW) 27.80, 2. Katherine Medina (S), 3. Kaia Grantham (NW);


- 1. Jakayla Holmes (NW) 1:04.90, 2. Naomi Glassberg (NW), 3. Norah Silfies (NW);


- 1. Sophia Cornell (NW) 2:40.00, 2. Emily Fagan (NW), 3. Emma Toth (B);


- 1. Addison Priestaf (B) 5:49.90, 2. Sophia Penny (NW), 3. Emma Toth (B);


- 1. Addison Priestaf (B) 12:31.70, 2. Angelina Klein (NW), 3. Emma Rutkowski (NW);


- 1. Faith Yost (NW) 15.10, 2. Jenna Freeman (B), 3. Jayden Gillette (NW);


- 1. Faith Yost (NW) 48.20, 2. Katie Brensinger (NW), 3. Jayden Gillette (NW);

400 relay

- Northwestern (Brook Balliet, Kaia Grantham, Faith Yost, Carsyn Van Norman) 53.20;

1600 relay

- Northwestern (Julia Masters, Emily Fagan, Kaia Grantham, Norah Silfies) 4:50.30;

3200 relay

– Northwestern (Sophia Cornell, Emily Fagan, Molly McGorry, Kelcey Pedron) 12:48.20;

Shot put

- 1. Katie Brensinger (NW) 31-5, 2. Sadie Fenstermaker (NW), 3. McCormick Karner (B);


- 1. Sadie Fenstermaker (NW) 80-10, 2. Danielle Nittoli (B), 3. Addison Karasek (B);


- 1. Julia Pinter (B) 102-4, 2. Sadie Fenstermaker (NW), 3. Chloe Proko (B);

Long jump

- 1. Norah Silfies (NW) 14-9.75, 2. Kirsten Mauer (NW), 3. Brooke Bleam (S);

Triple jump

- 1. Emma Nelson (NW) 31-4, 2. Kirsten Mauer (NW), 3. Brooke Bleam (S);

High jump

- 1. Faith Yost (NW) 5-3, 2. Brooke Bleam (S), 3. Kirsten Mauer (NW);

Pole vault

- 1. Ashley Haas (NW) 8-9, 2. Grace Yost (NW), 3. Brooke Bleam (S).


N’western 92, Salisbury 58

Bangor 80, Salisbury 64


- 1. Joshua Heilman (NW) 11.20, 2. Evan Anderson (NW), 3. Jacob Cornell (B);


- 1. Kyle Artis (S) 23.30, 2. Evan Anderson (NW), 3. Jacob Gibbons (S);


- 1. Joshua Heilman (NW) 53.70, 2. Kaden Graziano (B), 3. Jimmy Merklinger (B);


- 1. Samuel Bower (NW) 2:04.40, 2. Cameron Stout (B), 3. Bailey Mack (B);


- 1. Nathan Vincent (NW) 4:47.80, 2. Cole Chukoskie (NW), 3. Trever Weidman (B);


- 1. Matthew Santana (NW) 10:11.60, 2. Trever Weidman (B), 3. Xander Giandomenico (NW);


- 1. Skyler Romanuski (NW) 19.00, 2. Justin Pascoe (B), 3. Cayden Kuhns (NW);


- 1. Heriberto Hernandez (S) 46.20, 2. Sklyer Romanuski (NW), 3. Brendan Miller (NW);

400 relay

- Northwestern (Evan Anderson, Asa Fogal, Joshua Heilman, Jackson Moyes) 45.80;

1600 relay

- Northwestern (Evan Anderson, Joshua Heilman, Benjamin Bachman, Jackson Moyes) 3:41.70;

3200 relay

- Northwestern (Samuel Bower, Cole Chukoskie, Sean Kerschner, Nathan Vincent) 8:38.30;

Shot put

- 1. Dylan Krugh (B) 44-11, 2. Hunter Bleam (S), 3. Colin Myers (NW);


- 1. Dylan Krugh (B) 121-4, 2. Ifrahim Ansari (S), 3. Hunter Bleam (S);


- 1. Hunter Bleam (S) 115-10, 2. Landen Smith (B), 3. Jacob Hartzell (B);

Long jump

- 1. Kyle Artis (S) 19-9.75, 2. Chase Fenstermaker (S), 3. Daniel Bolsover (NW);

Triple jump

- 1. Kyle Artis (S) 42-9.50, 2. Chase Fenstermaker (S), 3. Daniel Bolsover (NW);

High jump

- 1. Gavin Nelson (NW) 5-7, 2. Josiah Day (S), 3. Matthew Shuhay (NW);

Pole vault

- 1. Tyson Utesch (S) 12-3, 2. Cayden Kuhns (NW), 3. Raeyon Katzarov (B).


Friday, April 22


The Panthers beat Salisbury 4-1.

Tristan Monahan was the Falcons only winner as he took his second singles match by a 6-2, 6-3 score.


Max Avkans (Q) def. Nolan Grejda 6-1, 6-0; Tristan Monahan (S) def. Darian Sawadski 6-2, 6-3; Justin Kwityn (Q) def. Jacob Knerr 6-3, 6-3.


Isaac Snyder/Will Robinson (Q) def. Drew Hines/Blaine Berger 5-7, 6-3, 6-4; Ben Cole/Josh Einolf (Q) def. Jackson Kramp/Ahmed Suleiman 6-2, 6-1.

Thursday, April 21

Colonial League


The Falcons competed in the league championship tournament, which was won by Moravian Academy with 14 points. Southern Lehigh finished with 12 points, Saucon Valley was third with 11 and Notre Dame (Green Pond) was fourth with nine points. Bangor was fifth with four points. The rest of the league failed to earn any points in the tournament.

All five Falcon entries in the tournament lost in the first round.


Monday, May 2

Salisbury-Northern Lehigh

The Bulldogs beat Salisbury 7-3.

Northern Lehigh built a 7-0 lead through five innings before the Falcons got on the board in the top of the sixth on a Marcie Silberman home run.

Salisbury added two more runs in the seventh inning when Beth Carney and Silberman scored on an Abby Lipkin fielder’s choice.

The Falcons’ Bailee Neitz went 3-for-3 in the game.

Salisbury, which committed five errors in the loss, falls to 4-12 overall and 1-11 in Colonial League play.

Wednesday, April 27


The Blue Bombers battled back from an early deficit to beat Salisbury 4-3.

Salisbury took a 3-0 lead with runs in the first, third and fourth inning, but the host Bombers tied the game in the bottom of the fifth inning and went ahead with a run in the sixth.

Beth Carney went 1-for-3 with a triple and run scored for Salisbury. Abby Lipkin was 1-for-2 with an RBI.

Monday, April 25


The Rough Riders beat Salisbury 5-0.

Abby Lipkin went 1-for-3 for the Falcons while pitching five innings and allowing just three hits and no earned runs. She struck out nine Catty batters and walked none.

PRESS PHOTO BY NANCY SCHOLZ Salisbury's TJ Polaha awaits a throw during the Falcons game against Palmerton last week.
PRESS PHOTO BY NANCY SCHOLZ Salisbury's Matt Nunez leaps in an effort to beat out a throw at first base against Palmerton.
PRESS PHOTO BY NANCY SCHOLZ Hunter Rothrock slides safely into second base during last week's game against Palmerton.