Twelve Days of Panther Football Record Holders: Christian ‘Mongo’ Alling (Brought to You by FC Steel)

Junior Christian Alling

On the ninth day of showcasing Panther football record holders, Saucon Source wants to recognize junior Christian “Mongo” Alling.

Wearing #33, this All Colonial League Honorable Mention linebacker is listed at 6’1″, 185. Mongo is a proven playmaker and has earned himself a lengthy list of accolades. He is 7th in Season Tackle Assists (44), tied for 7th in Season Interceptions (4), tied for 7th in Season Sacks (4), 8th in Career Tackle Assists (70), tied for 11th in Career Interceptions (4) and 24th in Career Solo Tackles (63).

Who’s #1 for assisted tackles in a season? Christian Carvis (2015) gathered 82 assists.

Who’s #1 for interceptions in a season? Robbie Kressler (2008) and Mike Shreve (2006) each had 6 picks.

Who’s #1 for sacks in a season? Kevin Branco (2003) is listed with 10 sacks in a season.

Who’s #1 for tackle assists in a career? Christian Carvis (2012-2015) had 129 career assists.

Who’s #1 for interceptions in a career? Justin Propsner (2011-2014) had 10 interceptions in his career.

Who’s #1 for solo tackles in a career? Ian Gimbar (2007-2010) had 225 solo tackles in his career.

Mongo said it: “The most memorable moment in my high school football career was during my freshman year when we reached the semi-finals in states. Not only that, but every game during that season when I would get a couple of plays. It meant a lot to me because I was only a freshman getting varsity reps.”

Coach Phil Sams said it: “Christian, AKA Mongo, is a special player. During the 2017 season he was an honorable-mention middle linebacker. Mongo also started at fullback. If there was an all-league selection for fullbacks he would have been 1st team All-League. Mongo is a ferocious hitter on both sides of the ball. Christian hits so hard you can hear him from the stands! Another aspect of Christian that is so special is that he is such a hard worker. He loves football and is dedicated to make himself a better football player. For most of 2017 Christian played with a bad high-ankle sprain and never complained. Christian wants to play college football and is on the right track to get there. We cannot wait for another year with Christian!”

Congratulations Christian, and best wishes in the future. The Source is with you!

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