By Tyler Cramsey

The Salisbury Falcons’ football season has come to an end. The 2-8 record comes as an extreme disappointment to the team and especially the leaving seniors. The Falcons ended the year on a 4 game losing streak losing to Northern Lehigh, Bangor, Palmerton, and Southern Lehigh. Their two wins came against Wilson (21-7 win) and Catasauqua (35-7 win). It was a tough season in which their opponents scored almost double the number of points that they did. The team was riddled with injuries and position changes throughout the season. Injuries included basically every position on offense and defense. This included starting quarterback and linebacker, Jacob Kamp, who could not even start as QB for his last game as a Falcon. These injuries, previous seniors leaving, and a need for position changes all contributed to their losing record.