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1932

 1932 FALLSINGTON Falcons 

(5-1)  4 Shutouts, Gave up 3.5 Points per Game

Head Coach:  James P Doheny



                            

Head Coach:  James Doheny
Assistants:  John Brinser, John Lapp

(4 - 3, 4 Shutouts) 

BensalemW 39-0 
Bristol W6-0 
Lower MorelandL0-6 
Morrisville W12-0
Langhorne W
 18-0
Pemberton, NJ L 0-13
Upper MorelandL 0-6


Bristol Courier: 11-3-1932

FALLSINGTON ELEVEN TO BATTLE HIGH SCHOOL
By Oscar Corn
Tomorrow the championship of lower Bucks County will be decided on the high school field when Bristol High meets the strong Fallsington eleven.
Last year Fallsington claimed this chamionship bcause they were not scheduled to meet us, and they had won all their games which they played in lower Bucks County. Bristol also won all their county games and claimed the same. Therefore, this game to be played on Friday will settle this argument.
Fallsington will surely give the local Cardinal and Gray eleven a good battle, as they easily defeated Morrisville High, Bristol's greatest rivals. They have many veterans who will play a big part in the coming fray.
The local squad, due to rain, had to practice upon the girls' hockey field as their own field was under water.There they spent the day in signal practice. Yesterday they had a severe scrimmage, and some goal kicking. 

Bristol Courier: 11-5-1932

Bristol High Bows in Defeat Before Fallsington

Yesterday, due to a mistakable blow of the umpire's horn, Falls Township managed to score a lone tally which decided the game, states a Bristol student.
Ross did versatile work for Bristol, as Laughin did for the visitors.

Bristol Courier: 11-10-1932

HIGH SCHOOL ELEVEN READY FOR SPRINGFIELD

After receiving a stinging defeat from Fallsington High,
the local Cardinal and Gray squad is training vigorously for the coming tilt with Springfield high.







        
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