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Girls Basketball Results Tracker: December 18-22

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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Friday, December 22

Lebanon 55, Reading 32

The Cedars traveled to Reading on Friday night, intending to make it four wins in seven days. Using a balanced scoring attack and strong defense from the starters, Lebanon was electric in the 1st quarter as they built a 20-point lead. They went on to extend the lead to 41-15 by halftime. Kailah Correa led the scoring with 17 points in the half, 11 of which came in the 2nd quarter. In the 2nd half, Coach Walborn slowed the game down, and she was able to rest her main rotation for the entire 4th quarter. Despite pulling back, the Cedars still completed a 23-point win over Reading.

Correa finished the game with 21 points, leading the scoring for the Cedars. Zariyah Whigham, with 15 points, and Liliana Harrison, with 10 points, were also in double-figures.

Lebanon (6-2) will host their annual Holiday Tournament beginning on Wednesday.

Lebanon Scoring: K. Correa (21); Z. Whigham (15); L. Harrison (10); O. Brandt (6); J. Burrus (3)

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Lebanon 24 17 12 2 55
Reading 4 11 10 7 32



Northern Lebanon 36, Williams Valley 30

Northern Lebanon entered Friday with a 6-0 record as they took to the road to take on Williams Valley. It was a low-scoring affair early, as neither team could break through offensively. In the 2nd quarter, the Vikings were able to create some daylight, taking an 18-13 lead into the half. Hayley Sheroky had 7 points in the half to pace Northern Lebanon. In the 3rd quarter, Northern Lebanon was slowed down again as Williams Valley tied it at 22. Heading into the 4th, Williams Valley had the momentum. Olivia Shutter then channeled her inner Steph Curry, drilling FOUR three-pointers in the final frame to lead the Vikings to the victory.

Shutter led the Northern Lebanon scoring with 17 points, hitting five three-pointers in the 2nd half.

Northern Lebanon (7-0) will play in the Lebanon Holiday Tournament beginning on Wednesday.

NL Scoring: O. Shutter (17); H. Sheroky (7); K. Weimer (6); K. Harmon (4); S. Phillips (2)

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Northern Lebanon 5 13 4 14 36
Williams Valley 4 9 9 8 30


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Thursday, December 21

Cedar Crest 39, Palmyra 28

On Thursday night in South Lebanon, Palmyra visited “The Cage” in what looked like on paper to be an intriguing early season matchup for both teams. To this point of the season, the two squads have both relied on strong defense and clutch shooting. The Falcons entered the game as winners of two straight to move to 6-3 after defeating Penn Manor on the road on Wednesday. They would be without sophomore forward Kaila Francis for the second game in a row. Palmyra came into the game with a 6-0 record, with their most recent win coming against Red Land on Tuesday.

The matchup was as expected. The 1st quarter welcomed the two defenses, slowing the offensive game down, as the period ended in a 6-6 tie. The 2nd quarter saw a little more offense, with Cedar Crest leading 16-14 at the half. In the 1st half, Susie Hoffman led Crest with 6 points. Addi Salus led Palmyra with 6 points, all of which came in the 2nd quarter.

In the 3rd quarter, the Cougars would outscore the Falcons 9-7 to tie it up at 23-23 heading into the 4th. In the final quarter, Cedar Crest took control as they built a lead with timely shots falling. As a team, they then went 7-8 from the free throw line late in the game, with Lizzie Lowe going 5-6. Though tied at the beginning of the quarter, Crest had built an 11 point advantage by the time the two teams left the court.

Allie Metzgar led the Cedar Crest scoring with 13 points, including hitting three three-pointers. Addi Salus led Palmyra with 10 points.

Cedar Crest (7-3) will be at the Elizabethtown Holiday Tournament beginning next Wednesday. Palmyra (6-1) will play in Lebanon’s Holiday Tournament beginning next Wednesday.

CC Scoring: A. Metzgar (13); S. Hoffman (10); L. Lowe (8); S. Margut (4); M. Donley (2); L. Lesher (2)

Palmyra Scoring: A. Salus (10); E. Sibbach (8); K. Bowers (4); M. Doster (4); M. Margut (2)


Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Cedar Crest 6 10 7 16 39
Palmyra 6 8 9 5 28



Mount Calvary 46, New Covenant 36

Seeking their fourth straight win, New Covenant traveled to Mount Calvary on Thursday evening. The Flames would play from behind most of the game, as the home team continued building their advantage until the final buzzer. That said, New Covenant trailed by 8 at the end of the 1st half but hung much closer to Mount Calvary over the 2nd half.

Miracle Hershey led the Flames with 17 points, 8 rebounds, 3 steals, and 2 assists. Qynne Demler scored 13 points in the loss.

New Covenant (3-3) will not play again until January 5th, when they travel to take on Dayspring Christian.

NC Scoring: M. Hershey (17); Q. Demler (13); K. Kantner (4); A. Yeagley


Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
New Covenant 5 10 9 12 36
Mout Calvary 10 13 8 15 46


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Wednesday, December 20

Northern Lebanon 45, Susquenita 23

Northern Lebanon traveled to Perry County on Wednesday, seeking a 6-0 start as they squared off against Susquenita. With Hayley Sheroky scoring 4 points in the 1st quarter, the Vikings built a 3 point lead. Sheroky would score another 5 points in the 2nd quarter as Northern Lebanon led 20-12 at the half. Kasey Weimer scored 5 points in the 3rd quarter to set the Vikings up with a 9 point lead heading into the 4th quarter. It was during the final frame that the vaunted Northern Lebanon defense kicked into high gear, holding the host team to 2 points in the quarter and making the final score look like a blowout.

Sheroky led the Vikings, totaling 13 points in the game. Olivia Shutter also hit double-digits again, scoring 11. Weimer ended the game with 9.

Northern Lebanon (6-0) will travel to Williams Valley on Friday evening.

NL Scoring: H. Sheroky (13); O. Shutter (11); K. Weimer (9); M. Miller (7); L. Harris (3); K. Harmon (2)

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Northern Lebanon 9 11 10 15 45
Susquenita 6 6 9 2 23



Middletown 49, ELCO 42

After a loss on Monday to the defending District 3 Champion Wyomissing, they were tasked with playing against Middletown in some Raider v Raider action. Ironically, in last year’s District Tournament, Middletown was one of Wyomissing’s victims. Middletown entered the game against ELCO with a 4-2 record, with one of those losses being a close game with Columbia. A slow start would doom ELCO in this one, as they could only muster 10 points and trailed by 14 when the 1st half ended. That said, they got it on track in the 2nd half, battling to make it a game. Kenzie Eckhart would score 8 points in the 3rd quarter as ELCO kept pace with Middletown. In the 4th, Reece Woelfling led with 6 points as ELCO outscored Middletown by 7. In the tale of two halves, ELCO would score 32 points in the 2nd half.

Eckhart led ELCO with 14 points. Maddie Stout joined her in double-digits with 10 points.

ELCO (5-2) will be back in action again next Wednesday when they play in the Pine Grove Holiday Tournament.

ELCO Scoring: K. Eckhart (14); M. Stout (10); S. Miller (7); R. Woelfling (6); M. Seifert (5)

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
ELCO 4 6 15 17 42
Middletown 14 10 15 10 49



Cedar Crest 48, Penn Manor 36

The Falcons traveled to take on Penn Manor, a one-win team that has played several tight, low-scoring games through the early leg of the season. In the 1st quarter, the Comets jumped out to an early lead. Cedar Crest responded in the 2nd quarter, putting together one of their best offensive quarters of the season. Scoring 18 points in the 2nd, six Falcons tallied points, with Allie Metzgar leading with two three-pointers. Cedar Crest had taken a 4 point lead into the half. The 3rd quarter was back to a slow offensive effort from the two teams, as Penn Manor made it a 3 point game heading into the 4th. In the final frame, Crest went 11-11 from the free throw line while they clamped down defensively to preserve the victory.

Susie Hoffman went 6-6 from the line on her way to scoring 11 points to lead Cedar Crest. Metzgar ended the game with 10 points.

Cedar Crest (6-3) will be back at it on Thursday night when they host what looks to be a great matchup with Palmyra.

CC Scoring: S. Hoffman (11); A. Metzgar (10); M. Donley (8); S. Margut (7); L. Thomas (5); L. Lowe (5); L. Lesher (2)

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Cedar Crest 10 18 7 13 48
Penn Manor 13 11 8 4 36


Lebanon 44, McCaskey 26

The Cedars entered Wednesday’s away game at McCaskey in search of their first Section 1 win of the season after falling to Manheim Township last week. Since that time, Lebanon won a game over a premiere opponent in North Catholic and then won by fifty over Garden Spot. In the 1st quarter of this one, the Lebanon defense held McCaskey to just one bucket as the Cedar built a 7 point advantage. From that juncture forward, consistent scoring from Kailah Correa and Zariah Whigham helped lead them to victory.

Correa led Lebanon with 18 points. Whigham scored 12.

Lebanon (5-2) will look to keep it going on Friday night when they play at Reading.

Lebanon Scoring: K. Correa (18); Z. Whigham (12); L. Harrison (5); J. Burrus (5); O. Brandt (3)

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Lebanon 9 10 12 12 43
McCaskey 2 10 8 6 26



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Tuesday, December 19

New Covenant 34, West Shore Christian 27

Riding a two-game win streak, the Flames went on the road to play against West Shore Christian. This one would be a tightly played game until the 3rd quarter when both teams’ offenses started to click. With New Covenant taking a two-point lead into the 4th quarter, they would need a strong finish to hold off the home team. They got that strong finish, adding to the lead down the stretch to earn the dub.

For the Flames, Miracle Hershey led the scoring with 14 points. The speedy junior also added 11 rebounds and 9 steals. Freshman Qynne Demler scored 12 and added 4 rebounds and 5 steals.

On Thursday, New Covenant (3-2) will travel to play Mount Cavalry.

NC Scoring: M. Hershey (14); Q. Demler (12); A. Hershey (4); M. Simniskis (2); A. Yeagley (2)

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
New Covenant 6 4 15 9 34
West Shore 4 6 13 4 27


Palmyra 38, Red Land 26

Entering Tuesday’s home game against Red Land, the Lady Cougars were carrying a 5-0 record. Through the season’s first leg, Palmyra has been using strong defense and timely scoring. That defense was on full display tonight, as they built a 10-0 lead by the end of the 1st quarter. The offense was consistent the rest of the game, as they kept Red Land at arm’s length even as they started scoring.

Addi Salus led Palmyra with 12 points, with 5 coming in the 1st quarter.

In what looks to be an exciting matchup, Palmyra (6-0) will be looking for lucky #7 on Thursday when they travel to Cedar Crest.

Palmyra Scoring: A. Salus (12); K. Bowers (8); M. Doster (7); M. Margut (6); E. Sibbach (5)

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Palmyra 10 9 9 10 38
Red Land 0 12 8 6 26


Annville-Cleona 49, Lancaster Mennonite 23

Annville-Cleona traveled to Lancaster Mennonite on Tuesday night. The Blazers entered the game with a 6-1 record. The Dutchmen carried a 2-4 record, coming off of a win over York Tech. Hungry to move closer to .500, Annville jumped all over Mennonite early in this one to build a 22-1 lead by the end of the 1st quarter. Kendall Cooper led the way with 10 points, while Ava Hoover chipped in 6 points of her own. Those two would lead the continued effort for the Dutchmen as they built a 34-point lead at halftime. With the damage already done, Annville took their foot off the gas as they coasted to the valuable win.

Cooper ended up with 16 points. Hoover joined her in double-figures with 13 points.

Annville-Cleona (3-4) will be back in action next Wednesday when they play in the Tulpehocken Holiday Tourney.

AC Scoring: K. Cooper (16); A. Hoover (13); A. Sellers (6); S. Kleinfelter (4); A. Sider (4); L. Sanchez (3); A. Shaak (2); H. Grubb (1)

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Annville-Cleona 22 16 6 5 49
Lancaster Mennonite 1 3 4 15 23


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Monday, December 18

Wyomissing 43, ELCO 27

On Monday afternoon, ELCO and Wyomissing clashed at the Wells Fargo Center on the same court where the Sixers would play the Bulls in the evening. The Raiders were hopeful that they would be able to improve beyond their 5-0. To run their unbeaten streak another game, they would have to get by last year’s 4A District 3 Champions, who are again off to a hot 6-0 start. Wyomissing made it all the way to the State Quarterfinals a season ago before losing to North Catholic, a recent Lebanon victim.

This game would be a close affair for three quarters. ELCO fell behind early but made up ground to tie it up by halftime with the score 17-17. In the 2nd quarter, it was Makenna Seifert scoring 8 of ELCO’s 12 points, including going 2/2 from the free throw line. The Raiders would end the 3rd quarter trailing by 4 points, hoping to make another run in the 4th quarter. Unfortunately, the Wyomissing defense would take over to hold ELCO scoreless in the final frame. One of the things that hurt the comeback attempt was the lack of a high school three-point line, forcing a change in strategy for an otherwise good long-range shooting team.

While ELCO took the loss, this was an excellent opportunity to play against an elite opponent at a fantastic venue. Ultimately, the Raiders showed they could hang with the level of competition that Wyomissing provides.

Makenna Seifert led ELCO with 8 points. Last week’s Athlete of the Week Kenzie Eckhart contributed 6 points. This was a relatively clean game with only six free throws, with ELCO going 3 of 4.

ELCO (5-1) are set to host Middletown on Wednesday.

ELCO Scoring: M. Seifert (8); K. Eckhart (6); M. Stout (4); S. Miller (3); G. Smith (2); A. Seifert (2); R. Woelfling (2)

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
ELCO 5 12 10 0 27
Wyomissing 8 9 14 12 43



Lebanon 63, Garden Spot 13

Still feeling the positive vibes from Saturday’s win over North Catholic, the Cedars were back on the road to take on one-win Garden Spot. It was all Lebanon in this one, as they used an intense defensive effort to keep Spot completely overwhelmed. Leading 43-6 at the half, Coach Walborn used a large portion of the 2nd half to give valuable minutes to her back-ups.

Sophomore Olive Brandt led the Cedars with 17 points. Kailah Correa scored 16, including 10 in the 1st quarter.

The Cedars (4-2) will travel to play McCaskey on Wednesday evening.

Lebanon Scoring: O. Brandt (17); K. Correa (16); J. Burrus (8); Z. Whigham (7); L. Harrison (6); T. Camuy (5); D. Lopez (4)

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Lebanon  18 25 14 6 63
Garden Spot 1 5 3 4 13


Cedar Crest 54, Conrad Weiser 29

In hosting Conrad Weiser, Cedar Crest was looking to get back into the win column following Friday’s tough loss to Hempfield. The Falcons did not waste much time building a lead by using a balanced scoring attack that witnessed five players score in the 1st quarter. By halftime, they stretched their advantage to seven, with Susie Hoffman leading with 7 points. With the offense clicking, the Falcons continued to cruise in the 2nd half on their way to the victory.

Nine Falcons scored in the game, with Hoffman being the top scorer with 9 points.

Cedar Crest (5-3) will travel on Wednesday to play Penn Manor.

CC Scoring: S. Hoffman (9); A. Metzgar (8); M. Donley (8); K. Francis (7); L. Lowe (6); S. Margut (6); L. Thomas (5); H. Wamsher (3); A. Derr (2)

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Cedar Crest 12 10 13 19 54
Conrad Weiser 6 7 9 7 29

New Covenant 48, Harrisburg Academy 14

NC Scoring: Q. Demler (27); M. Hershey (18)

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
New Covenant 12 6 17 10 45
Harrisburg Academy 14



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