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Boys Basketball: Results Tracker – December 1-2

In this post, we will attempt to bring you details from as much of the Boys Basketball action from around LebCo.  It will be a rolling summary, as we get details, that will serve as a place where you can find out about what is going on.


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Saturday, December 2

Annville-Cleona 63, Northern Lehigh 33

Annville-Cleona earned their spot in the championship game of the Hamburg Tip Off Tournament after dismantling Shenandoah Valley on Friday night behind a 30 point performance from Elisha Slabach. The final game on Saturday was against Northern Lehigh. In the 1st quarter, the game was tightly contested with the Dutchmen leading 13-11. The game would completely transform in the 2nd quarter, as Annville began to overwhelm their opponent to build a 32-20 lead at the half. The Dutchmen then continued their offensive efforts into the 3rd quarter, while clamping down on defense, holding Northern Lehigh to just 5 points. That theme would continue through the final buzzer, as the Dutchmen won by 30 points to take home the championship. 

With 20 points, Slabach again led Annville in scoring.  Jon Shay and Anthony Pena also finished in the double-digit scoring department with 15 and 13, respectively.

The Dutchmen (2-0) will host Upper Dauphin on Tuesday evening.

AC Scoring: E. Slabach (20), J. Shay (15), A. Pena (13), J. Zdazinsky (7), B. Keller (4), B. Morcom (2), H. Sellers (2)


Governor Mifflin 66, Lebanon 41

Lebanon opened up the ’23-’24 season on the road at Governor Mifflin. The Mustangs used a strong 1st half to take a 44-24 lead in halftime. With that said, the Cedars responded with a 15 point 2nd quarter after hitting only two shots from the field in a 9 point 1st quarter. While Governor Mifflin would continue to keep Lebanon at a distance, the Cedars continued to play hard despite being behind on the scoreboard. Ben DiScuillo hit two three-pointers and went 3-4 from the line on his way to leading Lebanon with his 11 points. New Covenant transfer Juan Torres scored 11 points in his first game with the Cedars.

One other important note is that the trend continued for Lebanon where Coach Uffner was able to give varsity game experience to ten of his players.

Lebanon (0-1) will next play on Friday when they host ELCO.

Lebanon Scoring: B. DiScuillo (11), J. Torres (10), M. Briddell (8), B. Beaver (5), E. Suarez (3), N. Trace (2), I. Abdallaoui (2)




Penn Manor 54, Palmyra 42

We are working to get the details from this game.


Girls Basketball: Results Tracker


Friday, December 1

Annville-Cleona 55, Shenandoah Valley 39

Annville used a strong start and never looked back after building a 13-6 lead by the end 1st quarter.  Anthony Pena hit two three-pointers on his way to scoring 8, while also pulling down 9 rebounds.  Elisha Slabach was the big story for the Dutchmen, as he scored 30 points.  Slabach’s performance included some fine shooting, including going 8-9 from the charity stripe and also knocking down four three-pointers. Jon Shay scored 3 and had 6 rebounds.

The Dutchmen will play Northern Lehigh on Saturday evening for the championship of the Hamburg Tournament.

Scoring: AC – E. Slabach (30), A. Pena (8), B. Morcom (7), J. Shay (3), W. Mase (2), J. Zdazinsky (2), D. Casciotti (1); SV – Led by John Silvestre with 12 points


Palmyra 52, Donegal 48

We are working to get details of this Palmyra victory.


Girls Basketball: Results Tracker

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