Game of the Day

Palmyra boys basketball 70, Bishop McDevitt 50

In a huge intra-division win, the Cougars used a balanced offensive attack, led by Sam Sheils with a game-high 23 points, followed by Braden Vernet with 13 points, and Isaac Blatt with 12 points.

Player of the Day 

Blake Thomson, Cedar Crest boys basketball

Blake Thompson had a huge night in the Falcons five-point win against Conestoga Valley, leading all scorers with 26 points, including four 3's and finishing 6-of-10 from the free throw line.

Boys Basketball

Lebanon 79, Warwick 56

The Cedars broke free right away, keeping themselves at arms length with a 48-point first half. Lebanon had three finish in double figures, including Shaq Ortiz with a game-high 17 points, Camryn Shaak with 16 points, and Luis Aquino-Rios with 13 points.

Cedar Crest 58, Conestoga Valley 53

After being outscored by three in the first, the Falcons responded, outscoring the Buckskins 20-12 in the second to jump in front. Along with Thomson's dominating night, Tate Seyfert was the other Falcon in double figures with 12 points.

Columbia 61, Northern Lebanon 52

The Vikings were outscored 22-12 in the final quarter. Meliek Crenshaw had a big night as well for the Crimson Tide with a game-high 23 points. Caleb Light led Lebanon with 15 points.

Lancaster Catholic 73, Annville-Cleona 46

The first quarter would dictate how the night would go for the Dutchmen, outscored 25-7. Noah Myers led A-C with a game-high 18 points.

Girls Basketball

Cedar Crest 41, Conestoga Valley 27

With it being a 28-24 game heading into the fourth, the Lady Falcons took over, outscoring the Buckskins 13-3. Ariel Jones led all scorers with 14 points.

Bishop McDevitt 44, Palmyra 40

The Cougars were outscored 17-9 in the final quarter. Hayley Schultz did all she could to keep Palmyra alive, leading all scorers with 21 points.

Northern Lebanon 56, Columbia 26

A solid second quarter propelled the Vikings, outscoring the Crimson Tide 17-8. Liz Voight and Megan Brandt led the Vikings tied for a team-high 16 points.

Manheim Central 40, Lebanon 24

A tough third quarter did the Cedars in, outscored 12-3. They also had a tough time slowing down the Barons' Brooke Breinich, who had a game-high 19 points. Destiney Infante led Lebanon with 13 points.


Elco 7, Lampeter-Strasburg 0

On another dominating night for the Raiders, Joseph Rittle led the way with a 657 series, while Ryan Stone finished with a 554.

Northern Lebanon 5, Lancaster Catholic 2 

Lentz led the Vikings with a 556 series, with his highest score of 202 coming in game one.


Central York 7, Annville-Cleona 1,

The Dutchmen put themselves in an early 3-0 hole they couldn't recover from. Matthew Erickson had the lone goal for A-C, coming on the power play.

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