This page is dedicated to keep you informed of what is happening in the athletic department at Salem Christian School. Our athletic program is a strong part of our pursuit to be the best Christian school in the Lehigh Valley.
November 9, 2017
Basketball is getting ready to tip off soon with the first games scheduled for December 8 th and 9 th at Conestoga for their tournament. December 19 th is the first night when all four Salem teams play. You can find the basketball schedule on the athletic page of the school website.
This year the snack stand will be selling Chick-Fil-A calendars for $8.00 and with Christmas around the corner these would make a great gift for family and friends. This year let’s make the Concrete Palace rock as you make some noise for your home team the Salem Eagles!
October 12, 2017
Last week the varsity boys traveled to Brandywine for their first night game of the season, but while playing hard came up short. On Saturday the volleyball teams traveled to Berks Christian and in the end it was a clean sweep for Salem. Tuesday saw a rematch with Lehigh and LCA. The middle school teams could not shake the Columbus Day blues as both teams were defeated by the Mustangs of LCA. The varsity teams won handily including our first sweep over Lehigh in soccer in over five years.
Thursday is Dig Pink night against Calvary and we encourage all of our fans to come on out and support our team and those ladies who have battled breast cancer. Friday Salem travels to Upper Bucks for their homecoming and on Saturday the varsity girls look to solidify their number three ranking in District 11 with a game against Catasauqua. The ACCAAC playoffs start next week. The middle school girls should have a home playoff game on Monday, while the varsity girls will have a home game on Tuesday. The varsity soccer team will also play on Tuesday but their place is to be determined.
As always come on out and make some noise for your Salem Eagles. In case you were wondering the first basketball game is in 57 days. Christmas is only 74 days away but who is counting?
September 28, 2017
September 21, 2017
September is drawing to a close but this last week of September remains busy for your Salem Eagles.
On Monday the varsity teams visited the Knights of Warren Tech and both Salem teams prevailed. Tuesday the varsity boys won their second straight game with a convincing league win over Kings Academy. The middle school boys continue to play hard but being down in numbers ran out of gas against Valley Forge.
Thursday Salem hits the road again with the middle school boys taking on Westmont, the varsity girls playing Catty, and the varsity boys going to Notre Dame. Friday Salem welcomes the teams from Lehigh in key divisional match ups.
In case you were wondering the first basketball game is in 71 days. Christmas is only 88 days away, but who is counting?
September 14, 2017
Monday was a clash between the Eagles from Coventry and your Salem Eagles. The soccer teams played hard but proved no match for Coventry, while the volleyball teams cruised to victories. On Tuesday the varsity teams traveled to West Chester where the girls brought out the broom but the boys failed to pick up their first league victory losing by one.Thursday the Salem soccer teams travel to Faith Roseto and Friday it’s a ladies night out as they head to Fairview. Next week the action continues with varsity road games to Warren Tech on Monday. Tuesday Valley Forge pays a visit in middle school soccer followed by Kings Academy for the varsity. Thursday middle school soccer travels to Westmont, while the varsity teams play Catty in volleyball and Notre Dame in soccer. Friday brings the teams home as they all are in action against Lehigh.
As always come on out and make some noise for your Salem Eagles. In case you were wondering the first basketball game is in 79 days.
Saturday afternoon saw a decent crowd come out to cheer on your Salem Eagles as they clashed with two key District 11 opponents. The girls played hard and held their own against Nativity in what amounted to a rematch of last year’s playoffs. In the end Nativity was able to pull away but it was an exciting match, which could have used some more noise from our fans. The boys were able to hang with Weatherly for a half but ran out of steam in losing.
Monday the soccer teams were on the road but lost to Quakertown Christian and Kings Academy. Tuesday brought in Concord for our volleyball teams and the Minutemen went home in a sweep by both teams. Soccer took on Calvary for middle school but again lack of numbers played a factor as they lost. The varsity boys recorded their first win by defeating TEACH.
Thursday Faith of Fairless Hills takes on our varsity soccer team and on Friday all four teams travel to Valley Forge. Next week bring road games at Coventry, West Chester Christian, Faith Christian Roseto and Fairview Christian. You can check out where Salem stands in the ACCAC by using the link on the athletic page to reach the league website. As always come on out and make some noise for your Salem Eagles.