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Lebanon County Scholastic Sports Scoreboard: Week of January 3 – 7

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Saturday, January 7


Northern Lebanon 39, Fleetwood 33 (The Lady Vikings won the 4th quarter by 9 to win the game; Olivia Shutter & Kasey Weimer each scored 13 in the win; Record: 8-3, on Tuesday will play undefeated Lancaster Catholic on the road) Box Score

Susquenita 45, Annville-Cleona 39 (The Dutchmen started the game slow, facing a 7 point deficit at the half before fighting back to cut Susquenita’s lead to 2 going into the 4th.  Susquenita was able to adjust and rebuild their lead.; This loss snapped an 8-game win streak; Ava Hoover led AC with 12 points, while Josie Clay provided 11; Record 9-3, will play Pequea Valley on Tuesday) Box Score



Annville-Cleona 58, Susquenita 34 (AC’s road win was led by Jon Shay’s 16 points and 6 rebounds, with Ricky Cruz scoring 14. Gavin Keller and Elisha Slabach also had 6 rebounds; Record: 5-7, will play Northern Lebanon on Monday) Box Score

Lower Dauphin 58, Cedar Crest 56 OT (Rhoades Classic @ LVC; In a battle of the Falcons, Cedar Crest stormed back in the 4th to force overtime before falling to defeat; Crest was led in scoring by J’Veon Reyes-Vega [18] & Fernando Marquez [14]; Cedar Crest Record: 5-5, will host Manheim Township on Tuesday) Box Score

Upper Dauphin 68, Northern Lebanon 60 (UD outscored NL by 16 in the final frame; James Voight [19], Riley Clinger [15], & frosh Brady Krall [12] contributed to the Vikings effort; Record: 0-11, will travel to play Annville-Cleona on Tuesday) Box Score

Palmyra 56, Lebanon 31 (Palmyra was led by Alex Dorta & Hank Roesch each scoring 14, with Eli Becker adding 9 points & 8 rebounds; Palmyra’s Record: 7-4, will play Mechanicsburg on Tuesday / / Lebanon was led by Braylon Beaver’s 8 points, with freshman Malachi Briddell scoring 7; Lebanon’s Record: 0-11, on Tuesday, the Cedars will play Penn Manor on the road) Box Score



Mats on the Mecca @ Pottsville

Northern Lebanon 63, Northern Lehigh 3

Northern Lebanon 53, Ephrata 13

Northern Lebanon 54, Catasaqua 21

Northern Lebanon 34, Perkiomen Valley 33

Pottsville 39, Northern Lebanon 26

Northern Lebanon finished the day 4-1


Twin Valley Duals

ELCO 58, Roman Catholic 13

ELCO 51, Big Spring 13

ELCO 60, Brandywine Heights 12

ELCO 59, Kennard Dale 12

ELCO 41, McCaskey 30

ELCO finished the day 5-0 & is now 12-0 on the season


Friday, January 6


Lebanon 51, Cedar Crest 38 (Lebanon took control of Section 1 with this win; They were led with Kailah Correa’s 16 points, 14 of which she scored in the 2nd half; Also scoring in double figures were Lilliana Harrison [11] and Jae Burrus [10]; Record: 10-0, will host Penn Manor on Tuesday / / Cedar Crest was led by Lizzy Lowe’s 10 points; Record 10-4, will travel to Manheim Township on Tuesday) Box Score

Lower Dauphin 45, Palmyra 32

Mount Cavalry 44, New Covenant 12



Cedar Crest 65, Lebanon 35 (For CC, Aiden Schomp & Danny Speaks tied for the team high with 12, while a total of twelve Falcons provided points in the win; Crest is now 5-4 & will play Lower Dauphin in the LVC Rhoades Classic on Saturday // Lebanon was led by Ben DiScuillo who scored 8; The Cedars are now 0-9 & will play against Palmyra at the LVC Rhoades Classic) Box Score

ELCO 48, Blue Mountain 45 (ELCO again trailed going into the 4th, but a 3 pointer by Kody Boyer with 2.7 seconds left gave the Raiders the points they needed for the win; The trey was part of Boyer’s 10 point performance; ELCO was led by Dallas George, who scored 14 points; Record: 8-4, will travel to Cocalico on Tuesday) Box Score

Lancaster Country Day 50, Annville-Cleona 38 (The Dutchmen were led by Jon Shay who scored 12 points, including 6-7 from the FT line, and Ricky Cruz who scored 10 after hitting 3 three pointers; Record: 4-7, will play at Susquenita on Saturday) Box Score

Palmyra 50, Lower Dauphin 34 (The Cougars were led by Alex Dorta’s 23 points, with Eli Becker scoring 14 and grabbing 8 rebounds along with 3 blocks; Record: 6-4, will play Lebanon on Saturday at the LVC Rhoades Classic)

Mount Cavalry 70, New Covenant 52



Thursday, January 5


Penn Manor 7, Lebanon 0 (Josh Perugorria led the Cedars with a 201 high game and a 552 series) Box Score



Annville-Cleona 38, Lancaster Country Day 30 (AC has now won 8 in a row; Ava Hoover led with 13, with Kendall Cooper scoring 11; Record: 9-2, will travel to play Susquenita on Saturday) Box Score

Lancaster Catholic 61, ELCO 17 (LC remains undefeated; Julia Bidelspach led ELCO with 6 points; Record 4-7, will host Cocalico on Tuesday 1/10) Box Score

Northern Lebanon 61, Donegal 31 (Olivia Shutter scored 17, while Kasey Weimer scored 14; Hayley Sherry returned from injury and scored 7; Record 7-3, will host Fleetwood on Saturday) Box Score



Donegal 57, Northern Lebanon 24

ELCO 47, Lancaster Catholic 46 (ELCO was down 5 going into the 4th and stormed back; Three Raiders scoring in double figures were Kody Boyer [17], Camden Marquette [12], and Dallas George [11]; George was 9-11 in free throws, including 5-5 in the 4th quarter; Record: 7-4, will play at Blue Mountain on Friday) Box Score


Wednesday, January 4


Manheim Township 7, Lebanon 0 (In the loss, Lebanon was led by Josh Perugorria who bowled a 180 high game for a 488 series)

Lampeter-Strasburg 7, Northern Lebanon 0 (Palmyra student Charlie Albright led NL’s effort with a high game of 216 & a 554 series)



York Suburban 47, Lebanon 32 (Braylon Beaver led Lebanon’s effort with 11 points; Record: 0-9, will host Cedar Crest on Friday night) Box Score



Northern Lebanon 72, Pequea Valley 3

Northern Lebanon 59, Columbia 14

Annville-Cleona 40, Octorara 27 (The following Dutchmen won their contested matches: By Pin: Oliver Funck – 107#, Cael Harter – 133#, Landon Hostetter – 139#, Oliver Carey – 145#, Ayden Heilman – 160#; By Decision: Jahmar Gonzalez-Allie – 172#) Box Score

Conestoga Valley 71, Cedar Crest 0

E-Town 66, Lebanon 12


Tuesday, January 3


ELCO 5, Lancaster Catholic 2 (Hunter Heinsey bowled an impressive 256 high game & a 645 series to lead all bowlers on the day)

E-Town 7, Cedar Crest 0



Annville-Cleona 46, Octorara 4 (AC held Octorara scoreless in the 2nd half; all 14 Dutchmen saw action; top AC scorers – Ava Hoover [8], Ainsley Sellers [8], Josie Clay [7], Kendall Cooper [7]; Record 8-2, will play Lanc Country Day away on Wednesday) Box Score

ELCO 43, Northern Lebanon 38 (Leading scorers for the Lady Vikings were Olivia Shutter [18] & Kasey Weimer [14], while Madelyn Stout’s 14 points led the Lady Raiders; ELCO’s Record: 4-6, next game Thursday against undefeated Lancaster Catholic; Northern Lebanon’s Record: 6-3, will host Donegal on Thursday)

Reading 47, Cedar Crest 38 (Crest trailed by 14 at halftime after a slow 2nd quarter, but closed the gap to 6 by the end of the 3rd; Allison Metzger led CC with 12 points; Record: 10-3, will host Lebanon on Friday) Box Score

Cedar Cliff 47, Palmyra 25 (Record: 3-7, will be back in action when they host Lower Dauphin on Friday)



Palmyra 49, Cedar Cliff 47 (Leading Palmyra was Alex Dorta scored 22, draining 5 threes; Eli Becker scored 15 & racked up 5 assists; Record 5-4, will travel to Lower Dauphin on Friday)

Annville-Cleona 52, Tulpehocken 41 (Win broke a 5-game losing streak for the Dutchmen; 3 players scored in double figures – Jon Shay [15], Elisha Slabach [14], Ricky Cruz [11]; Rebounds – Gavin Keller [9], Shay [8]; Record: 4-6, will host Lanc Country Day on Friday)

ELCO 63, Northern Lebanon 46 (ELCO was led in scoring by Cam Marquette [19], Dallas George [12], & Elliot Kreider [10]; the Vikings benefitted from 13 each scored by James Voight & Riley Clinger; ELCO’s Record: 6-4, will host Lancaster Catholic on Thursday; NL’s Record: 0-9, travel to Donegal on Thursday)


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