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Girls Basketball Results Tracker: January 15-20

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Saturday, January 20

Northern Lebanon 35, Brandywine Heights 26

On Saturday, Northern Lebanon traveled to 8-6 Bullets of Brandywine Heights. The Vikings entered the game looking for their third straight win, which would be number fourteen of the season. Northern Lebanon got out to an early lead behind three three-pointers in the 1st quarter. In the 2nd quarter, the Vikings were frequently sent to the free throw, going 5-10 to take a 20-14 lead into the break. The 3rd quarter returned to offensive normality, as Olivia Shutter led Northern Lebanon with 8 points. The defense also clamped down, as the Vikings were able to extend their advantage. Leading by 14 points entering the 4th quarter, Northern Lebanon was able to coast on their way to the victory.

Shutter finished the game with 18 points to lead the Vikings.

Northern Lebanon (14-2) is set to play again when they host Hamburg on Tuesday night.

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Northern Lebanon  13 7 12 3 35
Brandywine 6 8 4 8 26

NL Scoring: O. Shutter (18); H. Sheroky (7); K. Weimer (6); S. Phillips (4)



Lebanon 53, Manheim Township 42

On December 14th, Manheim Township handed Lebanon a loss as the Cedars began their defense of the Section 1 Championship. On Saturday evening, Lebanon had a chance to regain control of the Section when they hosted the Blue Streaks. A lot has changed since the first meeting between the two teams, with Lebanon having won eleven straight games entering this clash. With Township still looking good, this looked like a marquee matchup.

Lebanon was able to build an early lead in the 1st quarter, with four starters scoring for the Cedars. Liliana Harrison led with 4 points, including going 2-2 from the foul line. In the 2nd quarter, Kailah Correa would become the final starter to score when she accounted for 7 points in the frame. At halftime, the Cedars held a 26-20 lead over the Streaks.

Unfortunately, things didn’t click for Lebanon in the 3rd quarter, and Township was able to claw its way back into the game as Ava Byrne scored 6 of her 23 points. With the score tied entering the 4th, the Cedars looked to regain momentum. Naturally, they turned to Correa. With #1 answering the call, she scored 13 points down the stretch. Lebanon went 7-8 on free throws as a team, making it difficult for Township to respond.

Correa finished the game with 23 points, including two three-pointers and a 3-3 performance from the charity stripe. Harrison also found herself in double-figures, scoring 13.

Lebanon (14-2) will look to defend their 12-game winning streak when they host McCaskey on Tuesday.

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Lebanon  14 12 5 22 53
Manheim Twp 8 12 11 11 42

Lebanon Scoring: K. Correa (23); L. Harrison (13); O. Brandt (7); J. Burrus (5); T. Camuy (3); Z. Whigham (2)



Boys Basketball Results


Thursday, January 18

ELCO 56, Lampeter-Strasburg 43

Following five straight losses, ELCO hosted Lampeter-Strasburg on Thursday, determined to turn around their season and make a push to make Districts. In the 1st quarter, Kenzie Eckart scored 7 points, as the Raiders were able to take a 2-point lead. ELCO then extended it to a 4- point lead by halftime behind an 8 point quarter from Ava Seifert, as the freshman nailed two three-pointers. In the 3rd, ELCO broke the game open, with Eckhart scoring 9 more. The Raiders held onto the lead the rest of the way, with Sara Miller scoring 6 points in the final quarter.

Eckhart led the scoring with 24 points in the game while going 11-11 on free throws. Ava Seifert joined her in double-figures, finishing the game with 11 points.

ELCO (7-7) is scheduled to host Donegal on Friday night.

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
ELCO 14 12 18 12 56
Lampeter-Strasburg 12 10 10 11 43

ELCO ScoringK. Eckhart (24); A. Seifert (11); S. Miller (6); M. Seifert (6); M. Stout (5); A. Ruth (2); G. Smith (2)


Northern Lebanon 47, Cocalico 33

Northern Lebanon went into Thursday’s road game at Cocalico looking to complete the season sweep of the Eagles. Early on, Cocalico slowed the visitors, and the Vikings had an abnormal offensive effort, as they could only score 4 points and faced a deficit at the end of the 1st quarter. In the 2nd quarter, Northern Lebanon recovered on their way to tying the game by halftime. After halftime adjustments, the Vikings got hot and began scoring from all over the floor. As they entered the 4th with an 11-point lead, Northern Lebanon was able to continue their offensive turnaround on their way to the win.

Hayley Sheroky led Northern Lebanon, scoring 15 points. Olivia Shutter hit four three-pointers on her way to scoring 14 points, all of which came in the 2nd half.

Northern Lebanon (13-2) is set for a Saturday tilt away at Brandywine Heights.

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Northern Lebanon 4 11 17 13 45
Cocalico 9 6 6 12 33

NL Scoring: H. Sheroky (15); O. Shutter (14); S. Phillips (8); K. Weimer (6); L. Harris (3); M. Miller (1)




Wednesday, January 17

Palmyra 40, Mifflin County 37

The Lady Cougars entered Wednesday night riding a five-game win streak, looking to make it six while on the road at Mifflin County. Palmyra fell behind early as the Huskies hit three three-points in the 1st quarter to take a 13-10 lead. In the 2nd quarter, the Palmyra defense limited Mifflin County to just 6 points. Led by Mya Doster’s 9 points in the 1st half, the Cougars took a 20-19 lead into the locker room. The see-saw continued in the 3rd, as Mifflin would outscore Palmyra to take a 2-point lead into the final period. Early in the 4th, Palmyra would strike back, grab the lead, and never looked back on their way to the victory. Five Lady Cougars scored in the 4th quarter to overwhelm their hosts.

In the game, Doster led the way with 16 points. Addi Salus chipped 13 into the winning effort. Salus went 4-4 from the free throw line in the game and also hit a three-pointer.

Palmyra (12-2) has plans to hit the road on Friday when they will travel to play Red Land.

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Palmyra 10 10 8 12 40
Mifflin Co. 13 6 11 7 37

Palmyra Scoring: M. Doster (16); A. Salus (13); K. Bowers (6); E. Ancharski (2); M. Margut (2); E. Sibbach (1)



Governor Mifflin 52, Cedar Crest 30

The Falcons went on the road for a non-league match-up against Governor Mifflin, a team that has relied on its offense to score 50+ points in eight of their twelve games before tonight. In the 1st quarter, they rushed out to a 13-point lead. While Cedar Crest responded in the 2nd quarter, Mifflin was able to build a 34-16 lead by half. In the 2nd half, Crest kept the game closer but could not get back into the game following the offensive explosion that took place in the opening quarter of play.

Allie Metzgar led the Cedar Crest scoring with 8 points, all of which came in the 1st half.

Cedar Crest (11-6) will now prepare for a showdown with Hempfield on Friday night.

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Cedar Crest 6 10 7 7 30
Governor Mifflin 19 15 10 8 52

CC Scoring: A. Metzgar (8); K. Francis (7); L. Lowe (6); S. Hoffman (3); A. Derr (3); L.Thomas (3)



Monday, January 15

Lebanon 59, Hershey 21

The Cedars made it eleven wins in a row as they built a massive halftime lead over Hershey and cruised the rest of the way. Kailah Correa scored 19 points in the 1st half as the Cedars built a 39-12 advantage. The action calmed down in the 2nd half, but Lebanon held the Trojans to just 9 points over the final two quarters.

In the game, Correa scored 21 points. Olive Brandt contributed 18 points, including going 6-7 from the foul line. Zariyah Whigham joined her teammates in double-digits, scoring 10.

Lebanon (13-2) will now gear up for a critical Section 1 showdown against Manheim Township, set to take place on the road Friday night. The Streaks won their first matchup on December 14th.

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Lebanon  22 17 13 7 59
Hershey 7 5 6 3 21

Lebanon Scoring: K. Correa (21); O. Brandt (18); Z. Whigham (10); L. Harrison (6); N. Harrison (2); J. Burrus (1); D. Lopez (1)


Annville-Cleona 56, Camp Hill 32

The Dutchmen entered Monday’s game looking to forget about their recent run-in with Columbia, memories they quickly put away once the home game against Camp Hill began. In the 1st quarter, Ashlyn Shaak hit two three-pointers, as she and Ava Hoover scored 6 to give Annville a 6-point lead. In the 2nd quarter, Kendall Cooper scored 9 points, and Hoover continued scoring, racking up 6 more. The offensive effort gave the Dutchmen a 27-17 lead at halftime. In the 3rd quarter, Annville broke away to build a commanding 22-point lead on their way to winning.

Hoover finished the game with 20 points. Cooper also had a big night, scoring 17. Shaak was the third member of the trio of scoring threats, finishing with 10 points.

Annville-Cleona (8-7) next play on Friday when they host Linden Hall.

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Annville-Cleona 12 15 18 11 56
Camp Hill 6 11 6 9 32

AC Scoring: A. Hoover (20); K. Cooper (17); A. Shaak (10); H. Grubb (2); A. Sellers (2); O. Viozzi (2); A. Sider (1); S. Kleinfelter (1); C. Shay (1)


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