Category: Sports

  • Salisbury Boys Tennis Wins 1 of Their First 3 Matches

    Salisbury Boys Tennis Wins 1 of Their First 3 Matches

    Although the team only won 1 out of 3 matches, what will the rest of the season look like? By: Nolan Grejda The Salisbury boy’s tennis team, playing Pen Argyl, Bangor, and Saucon Valley in this last week, won only against Pen Argyl. Taking a closer look, will these first matches propel them forward to…

  • Paige Gibbons, a Senior With Many Choices

    Paige Gibbons, a Senior With Many Choices

    “This may sound cliche, but never give up.” By: Nolan Grejda On a fairly sunny afternoon, Paige Gibbons and I sat down on the warm metal bleachers just before the boy’s tennis practice started. As the sun kept beating down and the questions kept coming, Paige opened up about her tennis career along with her…

  • Track: Heading into Week Two

    Track: Heading into Week Two

    By: Shauna Connelly The number of athletes who originally signed up for the Salisbury Track Team was 50, but the number of student-athletes consistently attending has dropped to 35-40 as of the second week. Those who stuck it out are facing struggles regarding coronavirus.  Coaches are hoping that student-athletes will get their paperwork submitted and…

  • Salisbury Spring Sports Start

    Salisbury Spring Sports Start

    As spring sports are here, is having games only 2 weeks after the start date too early? By: Nolan Grejda As the spring sports season started on March 8th, 2021, games will start as early as March 23rd. Because games will start on the 23rd of March, will student-athletes be able to get enough days…

  • Boys Basketball Heading to Districts

    By Quinn Warmkessel Salisbury boys basketball finished with a record of 10-5 overall earning them a home game for their first district playoff game, which is a huge advantage for them being able to play at their own court.  The falcons recently lost in the quarterfinals for the colonial league against Palmerton and are looking…

  • Salisbury Swimming Senior Night

    (Photo taken by Ms. Deeb)  By: Abby Christman There are four seniors on the Salisbury Swim Team. Laura Talaber, Julia Graver, Abigail Christman, and Eliza Weiner were recognized as seniors on February 23 at the Saucon Valley swim meet.  Because of the current situations with COVID-19,  parents were not allowed to accompany their child to…

  • Lady Falcons Fall Short of Winning League Playoff Game

    Lady Falcons Fall Short of Winning League Playoff Game

    by Nolan Grejda The Lady Falcons, coached by Dan Reichenbach and Megan Basile, traveled to Northwestern on February 23rd to hopefully win a playoff game in the Colonial League. The Falcons hoping for an upset, they had fallen short, ending their playoff run before it had started. The Lady Falcons took the court to play…

  • Salisbury Girls’ Soccer Comes to an End: Season Recap

    By Quinn Wittman After losing in the Colonial League semi-finals to Northwestern, Girls’ Soccer played against Jim Thorpe on Thursday night at 5:30pm.

  • SHS Field Hockey: Season Recap

    By Ella DeFazio This season the SHS field hockey team was focused on staying committed and building close relationships with each other.  Although the team had a rough go at the start of the season, they were still holding their heads high and were ready to push through their struggles together as a team.

  • Salisbury Tennis Outlook

    Salisbury Tennis Outlook

      By: Patrick To   The Salisbury tennis team looks primed and ready to surprise many of the teams in the league this year. While most teams in the league are losing many of their star seniors, Salisbury only lost a single senior to graduation, Tyler Sechler-Stone. We also lost first doubles player and people’s…