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Week 2 LebCo High School Football Results

Below are quick recaps of each of the LebCo Football games played during Week 2. We strive to bring you as many details as possible from each game.  Please keep checking back throughout the season as we continue to bring you the best coverage that we are able to provide.

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Thursday’s Games

ELCO 49, Annville-Cleona 7

ELCO used their ground attack led by senior Jake Williams, to overwhelm the Dutchmen in this one.  With a 0-0 score through the 1st quarter, Williams got the scoring started with a 25-yard run early in the2nd quarter.  After the defense forced Annville off of the field, Williams again scored with a 47-yard run.  Annville’s Tim Montijo broke a 61-yard run to put the Dutchmen on the board. However, Williams would score three more times before the half.  At the midway point of the game, ELCO led 35-7. In the 2nd half, Steven Rosado and Austin Yesko would add Raider touchdowns, giving ELCO a 49-7.

Williams finished with 320 yards and 5 TDs.  He broke the single-game rushing record, besting the previous mark of 319 yards that Williams had set in last year’s game versus Octorara.

ELCO improves to 2-0, while Annville-Cleona is now 1-1.



Rushing: Jake Williams – 21 carries, 320 yards, 5 TDs; Steven Rosado – 6 carries 40 yards, TD; Austin Yes – 4 carries, 28 yards, TD; Elliot Kreider – 3 carries, 9 yards; Mitchell Frederick – 2 carries, 11 yards; Gavin Bicher – 3 carries, 2 yards

Passing: Steven Rosado – 2/2, 35 yards; Gavin Bicher – 0/1

Receiving Leader: Sara Miller – 20 yards



Rushing: Tim Montijo – 13 carries, 113 yards, TD; Yamaliel Navarro – 6 carries, 43 yards; Wyatt Mase – 2 carries, 12 yards; Cam Connelly – 4 carries, 5 yards; Jon Shay – 1 carry, -1 yard; Cael Harter – 4 carries, 0 yards

Passing: Cam Connelly – 5/7, 32 yards

Receiving: Jon Shay – 4 receptions, 27 yards; Cash Watson – 1 reception, 5 yards



Cedar Crest 33, Central Dauphin East 7

In Week 1, CD East thumped Reading by a score of 55-6 and looked to be a formidable opponent for the Falcons, even after they shutout Northeast last week.  Crest got on the board first, taking a 6-0 lead following a TD goal line plunge by Fernando Marquez.  CD East did not let Crest lead for long and quickly took a 7-6 lead.  However, this would be the last time that East would have the comfort of knowing that they had Crest on the ropes.  Quarterback Jackson Custer broke a 54-yard run to put his Falcons up 13-7 before halftime.

In the 2nd half, Alejandro Abreu got the scoring started with a 28-yard TD run.  Leo Tirado then returned  a pick six to drive the score to 26-7.  Marquez would add another TD as he rumbled through traffic on an impressive 18-yard run to the end zone. The defense held CD East in check, preserving the victory to move Cedar Crest to 2-0.

*A special thanks to Chad Thomas who kept us informed throughout this game.


Cedar Crest

Rushing: Alejandro Abreu – 8 carries, 80 yards, 1 TD, 28-yard long; Jackson Custer- 5 carries, 68 yards, 1 TD, 46-yard long; Fernando Marquez – 12 carries, 58 yards, 2 TDs, 18-yard long

Passing: Jackson Custer – 5/9, 81 yards

Receiving – Owen Chernich – 1 reception, 26 yards; Jack Waranavage – 1 reception, 14 yards; Malachi Victor – 1 reception, 11 yards; Logan Oriel – 1 reception, 7 yards

Defensive Leaders: Leo Tirado – 6 tackles, 5 solo, 1 tackle for loss, 1 INT, TD; Owen Chernich – 9 total tackles, 3 solo, 2 tackles for loss; Richie Hernandez – 9 tackles, 2 solo, 1 tackle for loss; Malachi Victor – 9 tackles, 3 solo, 2 tackles for loss

Special Teams: Ethan Bowman – 3/4 PATs; Aiden Schomp – 4 punts, 36.0 avg, 44-yard long

Total plays: Cedar Crest – 40; CD East – 97

Total yards: Cedar Crest – 287; CD East – 422

Rushing yards: Cedar Crest – 206; CD East – 124


Garden Spot 45, Lebanon  7

Following last week’s loss to Palmyra, no one knew how the Cedars would respond this week. Garden Spot tried to answer that question early, scoring two TDs and kicking a 29-yard FG to make the score 17-0 after the 1st quarter.  The Cedars answered and started to put together some sustained drives, racking up key yardage during the 2nd quarter. They eventually connected when Kareem Stoner dropped a 21-yard pass to Braylon Beaver for a TD that made the score 17-7 at the half.

In the 2nd half, Garden Spot built a 24-7 lead with a QB keeper that resulted in a 15-yard TD run. On the ensuing kickoff, sophomore Malachi Briddell returned the ball 95-yards before it was called back as the result of a costly penalty.  The Cedars showed some signs of life after that, but Garden Spot added three more scores before the final whistle.

Lebanon is now 0-2 on the young season.

Box Score



Friday’s Games

East Pennsboro 28, Palmyra 14

One of the key highlights for the Cougars came when Ryan Kowalski found Jon McDannell for a 40-yard TD pass.  Eli Rose scored his 2nd touchdown of the season, this time a 73-yard kickoff return.  An unfortunate turn of events in the 3rd quarter led to a fumble recovery returned 62-yard East Pennsboro touchdown.  Palmyra continued fighting until the end, but could not overcome what ended up being a total of 5 turnovers on the evening.

Here is our Tweet/X thread that covered much of the game



Rushing: Justin Kaplan – 16 carries, 32 yards, fumble; Ryan Kowalski – 8 carries, 12 yards; Braxtin Risser – 6 carries, 12 yards; Eli Rose – 1 carry, 5 yards; Nate Eisenhooth – 2 carries, 1 yard, fumble

Passing: Ryan Kowalski – 6/15, 90 yards, 1 TD, 2 INTs

Receiving: Jon McDannell – 4 receptions, 85 yards, TD; Nate Eisenhooth – 1 reception, 3 yards; Braxtin Risser – 1 reception, 2 yards

Defensive Leaders: Kyle Koennecke – 6 tackles; Jon McDannell – 3 tackles; Kadin Jones – 3 tackles; Kadan Readinger – 3 tackles


Susquehanna Township 42, Northern Lebanon 14

Moises Gonzalez scored the lone Viking touchdown, coming in as QB to sneak it in from 1-yard out in the 2nd quarter.  He then scored again in the 4th, taking an 83-yard pass from Kael Erdman to the house.

Here is our Tweet/X thread that covered much of the game


Northern Lebanon

Rushing: Moises Gonzalez – 3 carries, 18 yards, TD; Myles Watson – 10 carries, 21 yards

Passing: Kael Erdman – 10/21, 158 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT

Receiving: Moises Gonzalez – 3 receptions, 103 yards, TD; Luke Shaffer – 3 receptions, 38 yards; Tanner Feagley – 2 receptions, 9 yards; Bryan Mitzel – 3 receptions – 17 yards

Defensive Leaders: Luke Shaffer – 9.5 tackles, 1 tackle for loss, 1 block FG; Brendan Ryan – 5.5 tackles, 1 forced fumble; Brady Ryan – 6 tackles; Hayden Adams – 4.5 tackles, 2 tackles for loss; Bryan Mitzel – 4.5 tackles

Special Teams: Riley Messinger – 5 punts, 30.2 avg; Garrett Bohn – 2 PATs


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