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Girls Basketball Results Tracker: December 11-16

In this post, we will attempt to bring you details from as much of the Girls 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 16

Lebanon 51, Pittsburgh North Catholic 49

On Saturday, Lebanon got a chance to play against another one of Pennsylvania’s best teams when they traveled to Philadelphia to compete in the Keystone Classic Showcase. Their opponent at the event held at the School of the Future was North Catholic, a Pittsburgh powerhouse who finished as a 4A PIAA State Semifinalist a season ago. Like the Cedars, North Catholic returned many of their key pieces from last year’s team, including Alayna Rocco, the WPIAL 4A Player of the Year. In short, this was a much-anticipated match-up between two of the state’s best teams, and it did not disappoint.

Early on, North Catholic used a balanced attack to build a lead, holding the Lebanon offense in place throughout the 1st quarter. In the 2nd quarter, Kailah Correa was able to break through for 4 points, and freshman backup Tayana Camuy provided 5 clutch points to make it a one-point game at the half. Lebanon continued to pressure North Catholic throughout the 3rd quarter, as Correa scored 5 and Camuy hit another three-pointer. Liliana Harrison also got going, gathering 4 points from the post. Unfortunately, Rocco got going in the 2nd half as well and began knocking down three-pointers. She would account for 22 points in the game, hitting six threes, as North Catholic refused to quit. When they tied the game with just under a minute left, the Cedars’ experience in big game situations was called upon. Harrison, who asserted herself by scoring down low and dominating on the boards, was now being relied upon for her shooting when she was sent to the line with :13 left. The junior center came through, connecting on two free throws to give her team the victory.

Harrison ended the game with a team-high 16 points, going an impressive 6-9 from the charity stripe. She also grabbed 15 rebounds. Correa contributed 11 points to the victorious effort. With the way this game unfolded, the importance of Camuy’s arrival at the varsity level cannot be understated, as her level of play may give Coach Walborn a solid option in her rotation going forward.

Lebanon (3-2) will play again on Monday when they travel to take on Garden Spot.

Lebanon Scoring: L. Harrison (16); K. Correa (11); Z. Whigham (8); T. Camuy (8); J. Burrus (6); O. Brandt (2)

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Lebanon 5 14 17 15 51
North Catholic 9 11 12 17 49

Northern Lebanon 49, Big Spring 34

On Saturday morning, Northern Lebanon hosted Big Spring, intending to pick up their fifth win in this young season. The Vikings built a four-point lead in the 1st quarter, but four Big Spring three-pointers in the 2nd quarter meant Northern Lebanon was only up two at the break. Olivia Shutter had a tremendous day and went on to score 7 points in the 3rd quarter as the Vikings extended their lead going into the 4th. This set-up for Northern Lebanon’s best offensive and defensive quarter of the game as they pulled away from the Bulldogs to secure the victory.

Shutter led Northern Lebanon with a stunning 29 point performance. Kasey Weimer joined her in double-figures, registering 11 points.

Northern Lebanon (5-0) is next in action on Wednesday night on the road at Susquenita.

NL Scoring: O. Shutter (29); K. Weimer (11); H. Sheroky (7); S. Phillips (1); L. Harris (1)

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Northern Lebanon 9 10 13 17 49
Big Spring 5 12 10 7 34



Boys Results Tracker

Friday, December 15

Palmyra 48, Mifflin County 28

Undefeated Palmyra put their 4-0 record on the line when they hosted Mifflin County on Friday evening. The Lady Cougars were hoping for their second Keystone win after their 41-point win over Hershey on Tuesday. In this one, they jumped out to an 11-5 lead by the end of the 1st quarter. Palmyra then kept adding to their lead each quarter, building a 20-point advantage by the time the final buzzer sounded. The defense was once again on lockdown, especially when they held the visitors to 3 points in the 4th quarter.

Palmyra was led in scoring by Keely Bowers, who scored 17 points, including three three-pointers. Mya Doster scored 14, and Addi Salus added 11.

This win matched the Palmyra win total from all of last season. The Lady Cougars (5-0) will look to surpass that win total when they host Red Land on Tuesday.

Palmyra Scoring: K. Bowers (17); M. Doster (14); A. Salus (11); E. Sibbach (4); E. Ancharski (2)

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Palmyra 11 13 16 8 48
Mifflin County 5 10 10 3 28



New Covenant 47, Harrisburg Christian 18

New Covenant traveled to take on Harrisburg Christian. Using strong defense, they raced out to a 12-0 advantage by the end of the 1st quarter. While the rest of the game was played a little closer, the Flames continued to dominate throughout. Making it very difficult for Harrisburg to do anything, the Flames combined for 21 steals.

Junior Miracle Hershey collected a triple-double in this one, putting together an impressive stat line: 14 points, 12 rebounds, and 13 steals.

Freshman Qynne Demler led New Covenant in scoring, tallying 24 points.

New Covenant (1-2) will look to keep things rolling when they host Harrisburg Academy on Tuesday.

NC Scoring: Q. Demler (24); M. Hershey (14); M. Simniskis (4); A. Yeagley (4); K. Kantner (2)

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
New Covenant 12 7 12 16 47
Harrisburg Christian 0 8 6 4 18



Hempfield 50, Cedar Crest 43

Cedar Crest entered their Section 1 opener against Hempfield, holding a 4-2 record. The typically strong defense was caught off-guard in this game, with Hempfield pulling away early. Making the issue worse was that the offense went cold in the 2nd quarter, allowing Hempfield to build a 13-point lead at halftime. After the break, Crest put forth a more balanced effort, as they began scoring while holding Hempfield’s offense in check. However, it was not enough, as Hempfield was able to keep Cedar Crest at a distance in defending their home court.

The Falcons were led in scoring by Allie Metzgar’s 14 points. Kaila Francis tallied 11 points, including 7 in the 1st quarter.

Cedar Crest (4-3) will host Conrad Weiser on Tuesday.

CC Scoring: A. Metzgar (14); K. Francis (11); L. Lowe (9); S. Hoffman (8); S. Margut (1)

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Cedar Crest 12 6 10 15 43
Hempfield 19 13 9 9 50



Boys Results Tracker

Thursday, December 14

Northern Lebanon 42, Cocalico 34

On a night when Northern Lebanon honored their ’19-’20 team that qualified for the PIAA State Tournament, this year’s Vikings put their 3-0 record on the line against Cocalico. Again, they used a balanced scoring attack and strong defense to put together four strong quarters of team basketball to pull away from their opponent, defeating Cocalico by eight.

Olivia Shutter knocked down four threes and led the scoring with 13 points. Kasey Weimer contributed 12 points, including eight free throws, in the winning effort.

Northern Lebanon (4-0) will host Big Spring on Saturday.

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Northern Lebanon 10 9 11 12 42
Cocalico 12 4 7 11 34



ELCO 45, Lampeter-Strasburg 39

ELCO entered Thursday sporting a 4-0 record, having just defeated Hamburg in convincing fashion at the beginning of the week.  Led by 5 points from each Kenzie Eckhart and Makenna Seifert, the Raiders jumped out to a 13-10 lead by the end of the 1st quarter.  The 2nd quarter was a different story, as it was all Lampeter as they built a four-point lead at the break.  The 3rd quarter was the complete opposite as ELCO once again found their identity with strong defense and solid free throw shooting as they went 9-9 from the line.  They continued to click offensively in the 4th quarter, holding onto their lead to earn the road win.

For the game, Eckhart led ELCO with 14 points, while Seifert finished with 11.

ELCO (5-0) now has off until Monday, when they will visit the Wells Fargo Center to play Wyomissing.

ELCO Scoring: K. Eckart (14); M. Seifert (11); S. Miller (9); R. Woelfling (7); M. Stout (4)

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
ELCO 13 4 13 15 45
LS 10 11 5 13 39



Manheim Township 52, Lebanon 48

Lebanon entered play in Section 1, concluding last season with a perfect regular season record. Two of last year’s wins were exciting victories over Manheim Township, who came into Lebanon with a 4-0 record, having defeated all their opponents convincingly. Early on, the Cedars refused to be intimidated and secured a four-point, 26-22 lead at halftime. Kailah Correa scored 9 points, going 4-4 from the free throw line in the 2nd quarter. During the 3rd quarter, the Streaks were able to reverse their fortune and took a one-point lead. They would not relinquish that advantage the rest of the way, as the Cedars ran into foul trouble, and Township hit several key free throws down the stretch.

Correa ended the game with 19 points. Olive Brandt scored 11, with all her points coming via free throws (11-12). Liliana Harrison also hit double-figures for the Cedars, scoring 10.  Brandt and Harrison would foul out before it was all over.

Lebanon (2-2) will travel to Garden Spot on Monday night.

Lebanon Scoring: K. Correa (19); O. Brandt (11); L. Harrison (10); Z. Whigham (7); J. Burrus (3); T. Camuy (1)

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Lebanon 12 14 12 10 48
Manheim Township 14 8 17 13 52



Annville-Cleona 43, York Tech 37

Annville entered Thursday hoping to earn their second win of the season, something they could do at home against York Tech.  Early in this one, that plan seemed to be in jeopardy as York Tech held a 5-point lead at the half.  Having only mustered 15 points in the 1st half, Coach Sanchez’s crew regrouped in the 3rd quarter to score 15 and tie the game going into the 4th.  The Dutchmen then kept their foot on the gas to win the game by 6.

Kendall Cooper led Annville with 22 points, 16 of which came in the 2nd half.  Ava Hoover scored 7 points in the 1st half on her way to scoring 10 in the game, going 8-9 from the line.

Annville (2-4) will take a road trip to Lancaster Mennonite on Tuesday.

AC Scoring: K. Cooper (22); A. Hoover (10); A. Sellers (7); L. Sanchez (4)

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Annville-Cleona 9 6 15 13 43
York Tech 10 10 10 7 37



Boys Results Tracker

Wednesday, December 13

Cedar Crest 39, Warwick 28

On Tuesday, Cedar Crest defeated Twin Valley with a solid defensive effort. On Wednesday, they were back in action at home against Warwick, hoping to find consistent scoring. The Falcons got it together early, scoring 11 points in the 1st quarter compared to the 10 total points they achieved during the entire 1st half of Monday’s game. In the quarter, five Falcons scored to put themselves into the scorebook. The effort continued into the 2nd quarter, as Crest held a 19-17 lead going into the half. The 3rd quarter was also tightly played, with the Falcons adding a point to their lead. In the 4th quarter, the Falcon defense took over, holding Warwick to just 3 points on their way to an 11-point victory.

Crest was led in scoring by Allie Metzgar, who scored 11 that came off of baskets that included three treys. Kaila Francis held scoreless on Tuesday scored 8 in this one. Regarding consistent effort, Francis’s points came from a field goal scored in each of the four quarters of action.

Cedar Crest (4-2) will next play on Friday when they travel to take on Hempfield.

CC Scoring: A. Metzgar (11); K. Francis (8); L. Lowe (6); L. Lesher (5); S. Hoffman (4); M. Donley (3); L. Thomas (2)

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Cedar Crest 11 8 9 11 39
Warwick 8 9 8 3 28




Boys Results Tracker

Tuesday, December 12

ELCO 53, Hamburg 13

ELCO entered their game against Hamburg with an unblemished 3-0 record. One of those wins was a 51-26 win over Hamburg on December 5th to win the Hamburg Tip Off Tournament. ELCO jumped out to an early lead in this one and never looked back, using strong defense to leave the Hawks without any options to mount a comeback. Sara Miller drained two three-pointers in the 1st quarter as the Raiders built a 13-4 lead. In the 2nd quarter, Miller added one of the frame’s three Raider three-pointers on her way to scoring 9 more points. In the quarter, ELCO scored 19 points in total, with Makenna Seifert adding 7 points. At the half, ELCO led 32-8. In the 3rd quarter, ELCO continued to spread the ball around, scoring 15 points, with Kenzie Eckhart scoring 7 and Maddie Stout adding 6. The Raider defense held Hamburg to 5 points in the back half of this game, including shutting them out in the 4th quarter.

For the game, Miller led ELCO with 17 points. Eckhart, with 12, and Seifert, with 11, joined their point guard in double-figures.

ELCO (4-0) will be back in action on Thursday when they travel to Lampeter-Strasburg.

ELCO Scoring: S. Miller (17); K. Eckhart (12); Seifert (11); M. Stout (9); A. Beck (2); O. Miller (1)

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
ELCO 13 19 15 5 53
Hamburg 4 4 5 0 13



Cedar Crest 26, Twin Valley 21

Through their first four games of the season, Cedar Crest has relied heavily on its defense to earn two wins. On their road trip to Twin Valley, they again used that cohesive defensive effort to hinder the Raiders. The 1st quarter ended with the Falcons leading 5-0. Crest kept that same five-point lead at halftime as they remained in front 10-5. The 3rd quarter opened up a little in terms of defense, with a total of 18 points being scored, a total higher than the previous two quarters combined. Going into the 4th quarter, Cedar Crest was leading by seven, an advantage that proved to be too great to overcome.

Offensively, Allie Metzgar led the Falcons with 9 points, with 6 of those coming in the 3rd quarter.

Cedar Crest (3-2) is back at it on Wednesday night when they host Warwick in The Cage.

CC Scoring: A. Metzgar (9); M. Donley (5); L. Lowe (5); S. Hoffman (3); L. Lesher (2); S. Margut (2)

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Cedar Crest 5 10 10 6 26
Twin Valley 0 5 8 8 21



Palmyra 58, Hershey 17

The Palmyra Lady Cougars have shown a resurgence early this season, racing out to a 3-0 record.  Not only has the offense been clicking, but they have demonstrated that they have a strong defense that can hold opponents in check.  This was displayed when they defeated Fleetwood 49-16 last Friday night.  They hoped to keep it rolling as they opened up their Keystone slate on an early season trip to Hershey.  Well, they did more than hope, jumping all over Hershey early on the way to building a 25-6 lead by the end of the 1st quarter.  This impressive offensive display continued with a 20-point 2nd quarter as they held a 35-point advantage at the midway point.  They went on to keep Hershey scoreless in the 3rd quarter as they made winning look easy.

Addi Salus led Palmyra with 15 points, including hitting a trio of three-pointers.  Joining Salus in double-figures were Mya Doster, who had 11, and Keely Bowers, who contributed 10.

Palmyra (4-0) will be back in action on Friday night when they host Mifflin County.

Palmyra Scoring: A. Salus (15); M. Doster (11); K. Bowers (10); E. Sibbach (8); M. Margut (6); E. Ancharski (6); A. Eckert (2)

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Palmyra 25 20 9 4 58
Hershey 6 4 0 7 17



Lebanon 72, Governor Mifflin 58

Back on their home court, the Cedars were looking to shake off Friday night’s loss to Perk Valley, the defending District 1 Champion. In the 1st quarter, they built a 20-8 advantage over Governor Mifflin, as they were aggressive and created foul issues early for the visitors. Back in the lineup after missing Friday’s game due to a concussion, Olive Brandt went 8-8 from the free throw line in that 1st period. Mifflin recovered in the 2nd quarter to make it a more even game, but Lebanon continued pouring it on offensively. By the half, Lebanon’s Kailah Correa had 17 points to pace the Cedars to a 7-point lead. In the 3rd quarter, Correa hit two of her four three-pointers, and Brandt scored 7 more points to extend the lead. Lebanon shot well from the free throw line late, as they went 7-8 as a team in the 4th quarter. The Cedars were 26-32 from the charity stripe for the game.

Correa ended the game with 30 points. Brandt contributed 17, including going 10-10 on free throws.

Lebanon (2-1) will host Manheim Township on Thursday evening.

Lebanon Scoring: K. Correa (30); O. Brandt (17); L. Harrison (10); Z. Whigham (8); J. Burrus (7)

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Lebanon  20 14 22 16 72
Governor Mifflin 8 16 18 16 58



Oley Valley 43, Annville-Cleona 32

Annville fell behind early and spent the rest of the game trying to catch up.  While they struggled offensively in the 1st half, scoring only eight points, they started clicking in the 2nd half.

Kendall Cooper led the Dutchmen in scoring with 15 points, 12 of which came in the 2nd half.

Annville-Cleona (1-4) is set to host York Tech on Thursday.

Annville Scoring: K. Cooper (15); A. Hoover (10); A. Sellers (3); A. Shaak (2); L. Sanchez (2)

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Annville-Cleona 1 7 10 14 32
Oley Valley 7 9 16 11 43


Lancaster County Christian 46, New Covenant 32



Monday, December 11

Northern Lebanon 43, Schuylkill Valley 35

Northern Lebanon entered their contest with Skook Valley, having won their first two games to start the season. The Vikings hosted the 2-2 Panthers, coming off a 17-point victory over Conrad Weiser. By the end of the 1st quarter of this one, the Vikings had built a slim 13-9 lead as Hayley Sheroky hit two three-pointers on her way to scoring 8 points in the opening frame. Northern Lebanon would go into halftime protecting a 3-point lead, which would remain the difference at the end of the 3rd quarter. In the 4th, the Vikings simply outpaced the Panthers behind 6 points from Olivia Shutter.

Shutter led the Vikings with 16 points in the game, while Sheroky and Kasey Weimer also scored in double figures with 11 and 10, respectively.

Northern Lebanon (3-0) will host Cocalico on Thursday.

NL Scoring: O. Shutter (16); H. Sheroky (11); K. Weimer (10); S. Phillips (4); M. Miller (2)


Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Schuylkill Valley 9 7 11 8 35
Northern Lebanon 13 6 11 13 43

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