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Lebanon County Scholastic Sports Scoreboard: Week of January 9 – 14

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Saturday, January 14


Lebanon 50, Ephrata 39 (Kailah Correa scores 20 to lead the Cedars, while Liliana Harrison dominated down low to score 11; The Cedars are now 13-0 & will next play at Hershey on Monday) Box Score


Wilson 59, Cedar Crest 40 (Fernando Marquez [9] & Aiden Schomp [8] led the Falcons; Record: 6-7, will play Hempfield on Friday 1/20) Box Score

Williams Valley 67, New Covenant 62 (Down by 16 early, the game was tied with two minutes left before WV eventually won; Ben Hartman led the Flames with 36 points; Record: 8-3, next game is Tuesday away at Harrisburg Christian)


Friday, January 13


Ephrata 7, Lebanon 0 (The Cedars were led by Mason Bender with a 476 series, as he progressively bowled better with each game) Box Score

Garden Spot 7, ELCO 0 (Morgan Kline was the Raiders’ #1 bowler in this match racking up a 631 series with an impressive high game of 265) Box Score



Palmyra 34, Hershey 22  (Palmyra Record: 4-9, next game will be against Susquehanna Twp)

Lampeter Strasburg 44, Northern Lebanon 34 (NL Record: 8-5, next play on Tuesday at Hershey) Box Score

York Catholic 57, ELCO 51 ( The Lady Raiders were led in scoring by Sam Nelson with 15 (7-8 FTs) & Kenzie Eckhart with 12; Record: 5-8, will travel to play Donegal on Tuesday) Box Score



Hershey 61, Palmyra 36 (Palmyra Record 7-6, the Cougars will play away at Northern York on Monday)

Lampeter Strasburg 52, Northern Lebanon 23 (Freshman Brady Krall came off the bench to lead the Vikings with 7 points; NL Record: 0-14, the Vikings will have off until next Thursday when they will travel to Cocalico) Box Score

Octorara 63, ELCO 50 (Camden Marquette was the lone Raider in double figures, scoring 13; Octorara defense limited many scoring opportunities, but 8 ELCO players scored; ELCO Record: 8-6, will host Donegal on Tuesday) Box Score



Hershey 3, Palmyra 0



Thursday, January 12


Northern Lebanon 7, Lancaster Catholic 0 (Charlie Albright led the Vikings with a high game of 238 & a 655 series) Box Score

Penn Manor 7, Cedar Crest 0 (For the Falcons, Toby Zombro bowled a 660 series, while teammate Paxton Thomas scored a 627)



Northern Lebanon 49, Newport 21

Palmyra 40, Red Land 27 Full Story/Box Score



Lebanon 52, Hempfield 50 (The Cedars trailed by 7 entering the 4th, but key plays down the stretch including Kailah Correa forcing turnovers, allowed them to keep an unblemished record; Correa led the scoring with 27 points; Record: 12-0, next up is a home game against Ephrata on Saturday afternoon) Box Score

Cedar Crest 55, McCaskey 51 OT (A tight game throughout, it was tied at 47 when the 4th quarter ended; Allie Metzgar & Kaila Francis each scored 14 for the Lady Falcons, with Lizzie Lowe adding 11; Kaya Camasta finished with 9, including key free throws in the final seconds of overtime; Record 12-4, will next play on Tuesday when they host Governor Mifflin)  Box Score  Full Story

Columbia 62, Annville-Cleona 26 (Josie Clay led the Dutchmen with 9 points, with Kendall Cooper and Ava Hoover each adding 7; Record: 9-5, will next play Monday at Camp Hill) Box Score



Hempfield 59, Lebanon 35 (Antonio Scaramuzzino led the Cedars with 8 and Ben DiScuillo put up 7; Record: 0-13, next game is Monday at home against Hershey) Box Score

McCaskey 51, Cedar Crest 49 (The Falcons narrowly missed forcing overtime when the final shot rimmed out; J’veon Reyes-Vega led the CC effort with 13 points, while Fernando Marquez and Owen Chernich each scored 9; Record: 6-6, next game will be Saturday away against Wilson) Box Score

Columbia 68, Annville-Cleona 34 (Jon Shay scored 16, while Gavin Keller hit double figures with 10; Record: 6-8, next game will be home against Williams Valley on 1/16) Box Score


Wednesday, January 11


ELCO 48, Annville-Cleona 30 (ELCO is now 13-0 this season) Box Score

McCaskey 64, Cedar Crest 12 (For CC, the points came from Jamel Glover 114# win by forfeit and Lucas Garrett 139# by pin)

Ephrata 54, Lebanon 11 (Griffin Gonzalez 160# won his match on a tech fall, while Jovani Rivera Gonzalez 107# won via forfeit)


Tuesday, January 10


Warwick 7, Cedar Crest 0 (Paxton Thomas, freshman, led Crest with a 645 series, with a 259 high game; Toby Zombro bowled a 579 series for the Falcons)

Northern Lebanon 7, Lancaster Mennonite 0 (Charlie Albright, a Palmyra co-op student, led the Vikings with a 583 series) Box Score

Conestoga Valley 7, Lebanon 0 (Josh Perugorria led the Cedars with a 462 series; 4 Lebanon bowlers scored a 410+ series) Box Score



Lebanon 63, Penn Manor 30 (The Cedars ran away with another victory, led by Liliana Hernandez’s 18 points and Kailah Correa’s 15 point night; Record: 11-0, will next play on Thursday when they travel to Hempfield) Box Score

Mechanicsburg 37, Palmyra 26 (Maddie Henry led the Lady Cougars with 12 points; Record: 3-9, will next play Friday at Hershey) Box Score

Lancaster Catholic 57, Northern Lebanon 21 (Catholic remains undefeated; Saoirse Phillips led the Lady Vikings with 7 points; NL Record: 8-4, will host Lampeter Strasburg on Friday) Box Score

Cedar Crest 44, Manheim Township 43 (Crest trailed by 13 at the half, then 8 at the start of the 4th quarter before overtaking MT late in the game; Allie Metzger scored 13, while Lizzie Lowe had 10 for the Lady Falcons; Record 11-4, will travel to play McCaskey on Thursday) Box Score

ELCO 38, Cocalico 31 (Makenna Seifert led ELCO with 12, while Sophia Irvin scored 11; Record: 5-7, will play at York Catholic on Friday) Box Score

Pequea Valley 39, Annville-Cleona 25 (The Dutchmen were muted by now 11-1 PV; For Annville, Ainsley Sellers scored 7, with Sarah Speraw scoring 6; Record: 9-4, will host Columbia on Thursday) Box Score

New Covenant 37, Covenant Christian 30 (Miracle Hershey scored 19 to lead the Flames to a key road victory; Record 3-5, will have off until Tuesday when they play Harrisburg Christian)



Mechanicsburg 63, Palmyra 54 (In the loss, the Cougars exhibited a balanced scoring effort with four players in double figures. Eli Becker & Alex Dorta had 13 each, with Hunter Mayer and Hank Roesch with 10; Record: 7-5, will host Hershey on Friday)

Cocalico 54, ELCO 45 (The Raiders were led in scoring by Dallas George, who scored 16 in the loss. Micah Gray scored 10.; Record: 8-5, will host Octorara on Friday) Box Score

New Covenant 71, Covenant Christian 51 (The Flames were led by Ben Hartman, scoring 21 points; Record: 8-2, NC will host Williams Valley on Saturday)

Lancaster Catholic 56, Northern Lebanon 48 (The Vikings gave LC all they could handle, but the young team gave up a late lead; Riley Clinger led with 17 points, while Riley Messinger and Brady Krall each scored 10; Record: 0-13, will play on the road Friday against Lampeter Strasburg) Box Score

Penn Manor 65, Lebanon 39 (Emanuel Suarez and Jonnathan Rodriguez each scored 7 to lead the Cedars; Record: 0-12, Lebanon will next play on Thursday when they host Hempfield) Box Score

Cedar Crest 51, Manheim Township 29 (The Falcons were led by Aiden Schomp’s 21 point performance, while Leo Tirado scored 10; Record: 6-5, will host McCaskey on Thursday) Box Score



Gettysburg 86, Palmyra 84


Palmyra 92, Gettysburg 78


Monday, January 9


Lampeter Strasburg 7, ELCO 0 (The Raiders were led by Morgan Kline who bowled an impressive 695 series (239/217/239), which bested the top LS bowler by 136 pins.  This is Kline’s first match since bowling at US Nationals last week in Las Vegas) Box Score



Annville-Cleona 39, Northern Lebanon 30 (Elisha Slabach led AC with 10 points) Box Score

New Covenant 65, Harrisburg Academy 22



Harrisburg Academy 28, New Covenant 10

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