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Lebanon County Scholastic Sports Scoreboard: Week of January 16 – 22

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Saturday, January 21


Cedar Crest 62, Bishop McDevitt 46 (Played @ Manheim Central; Cedar Crest trailed by 3 at the half, but used a strong second half to break away; Top scorers for the Falcons were: J’veon Reyes-Vega [14], Aiden Schomp [11], & Owen Chernich [10]; Record: 7-8, will next play Tuesday when they host Penn Manor)

Octorara 79, Northern Lebanon 17



Muhlenberg Mayhem Lebanon County Results



Northern Lebanon Berserker Duals – Northern Lebanon finished 3rd

1st Round: Northern Lebanon defeated Milton Hershey

Semifinals: Chambersburg defeated Northern Lebanon

3rd place: Northern Lebanon defeated Solanco, 45-18

Denver Duals

1st Round: Emmaus defeated Annville-Cleona, 56-12

Consolation: Garden Spot defeated Annville-Cleona, 39-27

7th place: Central Bucks West defeated Annville-Cleona, 42-28


Friday, January 20


Cocalico 7, ELCO 0 Box Score



Palmyra 47, Red Land 42 Final OT (The Lady Cougars trailed 26-15 at the half and tied it up at 37 to push it to OT; Keely Bowers had 19, which included 11 first 1/2 points to keep Palmyra in it and then going 5/7 in FTs in the 4th and OT; Emma Sibbach scored 9, 7 of which came in the 4th; Record: 5-11, up next is a Tuesday game at Milton Hershey) Box Score

Lebanon 60, Manheim Township 55 (Aaliyah Ferrar’s four 3-pointers were part of her 18 points that led the Cedars; Kailah Correa scored 17, including going 8/9 from the free throw line in the 4th quarter; Liliana Harrison added 13 points; Record: 15-0, will put their undefeated record on the line on Tuesday at McCaskey) Box Score

AnnvilleCleona 38, Linden Hall 5 (AC was led in scoring by Josie Clay who had 13; Record: 11-5, will play at Lancaster Mennonite on Monday) Box Score

Hempfield 40, Cedar Crest 20 (In the loss, Allie Metzgar was able to score 6 to lead the Lady Falcons in the points department; Record: 12-6, the next game will require a bus trip to Penn Manor on Tuesday) Box Score

West Shore Christian 22, New Covenant 21  OT



Hempfield 60, Cedar Crest 42 (Leo Tirado scored 13 for the Falcons, while Aiden Schomp had 10; Record: 6-8, will host Bishop McDevitt on Saturday 1/21) Box Score

Palmyra 57, Red Land 50 Final OT (Leading the Cougars were Alex Dorta with 20 points and Eli Becker with 17; Record: 9-7, will host Milton Hershey on Tuesday)

Annville-Cleona 43, Pequea Valley 33 (Elisha Slabach’s 16, along with Ricardo Cruz’s 14 helped propel the Dutchmen to victory; Record: 8-8, up next is a home game Monday against Lancaster Mennonite) Box Score  Game Article

Manheim Township 76, Lebanon 43 (Lebanon’s leading scorer was Ben DiScuillo with 8 points; 8 Cedars scored in the game as Coach Uffner was able to give minutes to 11 of his young players; Record: 0-15, next up is a Tuesday home game against McCaskey) Box Score

New Covenant 52, West Shore Christian 47 (Tycoon Vanderploog led the Flames with 19 points, while Ben Hartman scored 15; Record: 10-4, next up is a home game against Mount Cavalry on Tuesday)



Penn Manor 3, Annville-Cleona 1

Thursday, January 19


Palmyra 48, Northern York 27 (Cougars who won their contested, all by pin, were Josh Smith, Nathaniel Foltz, Xavier Hoffer, Mason Bucks, and Jayson Albright; Palmyra will now have off until Wednesday when they will host West York)



Lampeter Strasburg 49, ELCO 46 (A tough 3rd quarter was too much from the Lady Raiders to overcome; In the loss, Makenna Seifert scored 14, with Sam Nelson and Madelyn Stout each scoring 11; Record: 6-9, next up is a non-league home game on Tuesday against Lower Dauphin) Box Score

Northern Lebanon 33, Cocalico 27 (Hayley Sheroky had 14 and Olivia Shutter had 13 to lead the Lady Vikings; the team went 16-19 from the foul line; Record: 10-5, next game is Monday with a home non-league match-up against Red Land) Box Score



Cocalico 54, Northern Lebanon 41 (Riley Messinger and James Voight each scored 12 to lead the Vikings in the losing effort; Record: 0-15, next game is on Saturday at home against Octorara) Box Score

Lampeter Strasburg 51, ELCO 36 (In what was their 4th straight loss, Dallas George led the Raiders with 16; Record: 8-8, next up is an away game at Annville on Wednesday) Box Score



Columbia 5, Northern Lebanon 2 (Charlie Albright led all bowlers with a 247 high game, as part of a 656 series) Box Score


Wednesday, January 18


ELCO 5, Lancaster Mennonite 2 (Morgan Kline led ELCO with a 669 series and a 250 high game, while Ben Smeltzer’s personal best, a 434 series, helped the secure the win) Box Score



ELCO 53, Columbia 15 (The Raiders improve to 15-0 in duals this season; Contest wins came by way of Ashton KrissZane TrostleSteven RosadoLanden BrubakerSamual BechtelMitchell FrederickIsaiah Angley, & Kyle Miller)

Northern Lebanon 53, Annville-Cleona 18 (Northern Lebanon remains undefeated in Section 3, setting up for the January 25th clash with ELCO) Box Score

Warwick 38, Cedar Crest 24 (Falcons with victories in the match were Cam Simone, Jamel Glover, Jason Brooks, Kenyon Figueroa, & Lucas Garrett)

Lampeter Strasburg 60, Lebanon 18


Mifflin County 54, Palmyra 40


Cedar Crest 6, Schuylkill Valley 2 (Thayne Kahl notched a hat trick, while Keygan Paquette added 2 goals and an assist)

West Shore 6, Annville-Cleona 1 (Jonathan Breinich scored the lone goal for the Dutchmen)


Tuesday, January 17


Manheim Township 7, Cedar Crest 0 (Toby Zombro bowled a 279 high game as part of a 720 series for the Falcons)

McCaskey 7, Lebanon 0 (Mason Bender led the Cedars with a 499 series. Josh Haulman bowled a 194, which was Lebanon’s high game) Box Score



Northern Lebanon 55, Hershey 38 (Olivia Shutter scored 22, while Kasey Weimer had 17 for the Lady Vikings; Record: 9-5, next game is Thursday at home against Cocalico) Box Score

ELCO 56, Donegal 42 (Four Lady Raiders were in double digits in a team effort that resulted in victory: Makenna Seifert [13], Kenzie Echkart [13], Madelyn Stout [10], Sophia Irvin [10]; Record: 6-8, next up is Thursday away at Lampeter) Box Score

Governor Mifflin 64, Cedar Crest 56 (In the loss, the Falcons had 3 players in double digits with Kaila Francis [15], Kaya Camasta [13], & Lizzie Lowe [12]; Record: 12-5, next up is a Friday contest at Hempfield) Box Score

New Covenant 32, Harrisburg Academy 29



New Covenant 77, Harrisburg Academy 47 (Ben Hartman scored 33 for the Flames and Juan Torres added 13; Record: 9-3, next game is Thursday away against Alliance Christian)

Donegal 40, ELCO 30 (Donegal held ELCO in check the entirety of the 2nd half to break away; In the loss, Cam Marquette led the Raiders with 10 points; Record: 8-7, next up is a Thursday home game against LS) Box Score


ELCO 40, Red Land 28 (Raiders winning their matches were Zane Trostle, Steven Rosado, Isaiah Musser, Landen Brubaker, Samual Bechtel, Elias Krow, and Ashton Kriss; The team is now 14-0 in dual matches)

Carlisle 42, Palmyra 21



Monday, January 16


Lebanon 71, Hershey 30 (Leading the Cedars was Kailah Correa with 24 points. Joining her in double digits was Aaliyah Ferrer [14], Liliana Harrison [12] & Zariyah Whigham [12]; Record: 14-o. Next game is Friday when they host Manheim Township) Box Score

Susquehanna Twp 44, Palmyra 43 (The Lady Cougars are now 4-10 on the season and will next play on Wednesday when they host Mifflin County)

Annville-Cleona 45, Camp Hill 34 (Ava Hoover scored 22, while Kendall Cooper had 10 to aid the winning effort; Record: 10-5, will travel to Linden Hall on Friday) Box Score



Hershey 72, Lebanon 31 (Freshman Malachi Briddell led the Cedars with 9 points; 14 Lebanon players entered the game; Record: 0-14, next game is on Friday when they will travel to Mannheim Twp) Box Score

Northern 43, Palmyra 40 (Palmyra is now 7-7 and will travel to Mifflin County on Wednesday)

Annville-Cleona 51, Williams Valley 39 (AC had a balanced scoring attack led by Elisha Slabach [12], Jon Shay [11], Ben Morcom [10]; Ricardo Cruz and Gavin Keller each scored 9; Record: 7-8, will next play Friday when they host Pequea Valley) Box Score



Manheim Twp 123, Cedar Crest 47


Manheim Twp 122, Cedar Crest 45


Palmyra 6, Lower Dauphin 2 (Benjamin Bell scored 2 goals to lead the Cougars; Palmyra is now 4-10)


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