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Girls Basketball Results Tracker: January 2-6

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, January 6

Northern Lebanon 56, Fleetwood 15

Since losing to Lebanon in a tight battle, Northern Lebanon has rebounded to win two straight. On Saturday morning, they took to the road to play a winless Fleetwood team. The Vikings used another strong defensive effort to jump out early to a 9 point advantage after the 1st quarter. By halftime, Northern Lebanon had built a 24-6 lead. In the 3rd quarter, Kasey Weimer went off for 11 points, while Mackenzie Miller scored 9 of her own. Northern Lebanon then went on to shut out Fleetwood in the 4th quarter. In the 2nd half, Coach Battistelli was able to stretch his lineup while the backups continued with the defensive intensity shown by the starters.

Weimer ended the game with 16 points to lead Northern Lebanon. Miller finished with 10 points.

Northern Lebanon (11-1) will have a big test on Tuesday night when they host Lancaster Catholic (9-1).

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Northern Lebanon 11 13 22 10 56
Fleetwood 2 4 9 0 15

NL Scoring: K. Weimer (16); M. Miller (10); O. Shutter (8); H. Sheroky (6); S. Phillips (4); Z. Zerman (4); O. Winters (4); H. Weaver (2); L. Harris (2)




Friday, January 5

Lebanon 53, Cedar Crest 41

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Lebanon 13 13 15 12 53
Cedar Crest 10 15 11 5 41

Lebanon Scoring: K. Correa (27); L. Harrison (10); O. Brandt (8); Z. Whigham (6); T. Camuy (2)

CC ScoringK. Francis (16); S. Hoffman (8); M. Donley (7); L. Lowe (4); A. Metzgar (3); L. Lesher (3)

Annville-Cleona 54, Lancaster County Day 18

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Annville-Cleona 13 12 17 12 54
LCDS 9 1 6 2 18

Palmyra 53, Lower Dauphin 36

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Palmyra 7 12 20 14 53
Lower Dauphin 6 5 13 12 36

New Covenant 43, Dayspring Christian 31

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
New Covenant 8 7 12 16 43
Dayspring 8 10 11 2 31



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Thursday, January 4

Lancaster Catholic 60, ELCO 30

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
ELCO 11 9 2 8 30
Lancaster Catholic 18 15 19 8 60

ELCO ScoringK. Eckhart (9); M. Seifert (5); M. Stout (4); O. Miller (4); R. Woelfling (3); S. Miller (2); A. Seifert (2); K. G. Smith (1)


Northern Lebanon 60, Donegal 32

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Northern Lebanon 19 11 24 6 60
Donegal 10 11 8 3 32

NL Scoring: O. Shutter (22); H. Sheroky (12); M. Miller (6); K. Harmon (6); K. Weimer (5); A. Kubica (4); S. Phillips (3): L. Harris (2)



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Wednesday, January 3

Palmyra 28, Cedar Cliff 18

After struggling to contain Lebanon last week, the Lady Cougars have shown in their previous two games that the defensive performance in that game was a fluke. Hosting Cedar Cliff (5-4) on Wednesday night, Palmyra was keyed in on the defensive end. In the 1st quarter, they held the Colts to just three points coming off of one made bucket. Leading 7-3 going into the 2nd, Palmyra was able to hold Cedar Cliff in place despite the Colts doubling their offensive output in the period. Coming out of halftime, Cedar Cliff was again held to just one basket in the 3rd. Palmyra ended up continuing with their own scoring to earn the ten point victory at home in what was by far the worst offensive performance this season by Cedar Cliff.

The Lady Cougars were led offensively by Addi Salus with 8 points.

Palmyra (8-2) will travel to Lower Dauphin on Friday evening.

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Palmyra 7 5 6 10 28
Cedar Cliff 3 6 2 7 18

Palmyra Scoring: A. Salus (8); M. Doster (6); K. Bowers (5); E. Sibbach (4); E. Ancharski (3); M. Margut (2)



Cedar Crest 42, Reading 39

On Wednesday night, Cedar Crest hosted Reading as they looked to make it six wins in a row. The game against the 4-6 Red Knights would be a test ahead of Friday night’s showdown with Lebanon. Nothing would come easy in this one, as Reading would challenge the Falcons from the game’s opening tip. After the 1st quarter, Reading held a 3 point lead. Crest would get back a point to cut the Reading lead to 20-18 at halftime. In the 1st half, Allie Metzgar led the Falcons with 8 points.

In the 3rd quarter, Cedar Crest would tie the game at 27-27. This set the stage for an exciting 4th quarter. After scoring 9 in each of the first three quarters, Crest broke away from the Herman Cain 9-9-9 plan to put up 15 in the 4th. Metzgar‘s two three-pointers highlighted the offensive output, but it was a total team effort. In the decisive final frame, Lizzy Lowe scored 5 and Kaila Francis contributed 4 points.

For the game, Metzgar hit four three-pointers on her way to leading Cedar Crest with 17 points. Francis scored 8, including going 4-4 from the foul line.

Cedar Crest (10-3) has won eight of its last nine games. They are back in action on Friday night when they host the Lebanon Cedars.

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Cedar Crest 9 9 9 15 42
Reading 12 8 7 12 39

CC Scoring: A. Metzgar (17); K. Francis (8); L. Lowe (7); S. Hoffman (5); S. Margut (3); L. Thomas (2)



Boys Basketball Results

Tuesday, January 2

Northern Lebanon 38, ELCO 33

On paper, the matchup between the Vikings and Raiders looked like it would be stellar. The paper was right. The two teams battled each other hard for the entirety of the game, with Northern Lebanon only able to break away in the 4th quarter after being down by two when it started. In the final quarter, Olivia Shutter got hot, scoring 7 points, and Kasey Weimer scored 6, including going 2-2 from the free throw line. This kept ELCO out of reach down the stretch as the Vikings defended their home court.

Shutter led all scorers with 15 points. Weimer ended up with 11 points. ELCO had a trio of scorers that made it difficult for Northern Lebanon to defend throughout the game, with Sara Miller’s 11 points, Makenna Seifert’s 10 points, and Kenzie Eckhart’s 8 points.

Northern Lebanon (9-1) will seek win #10 when they travel to Donegal on Thursday. ELCO (6-4) will host Lancaster Catholic on Thursday.

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Northern Lebanon 11 7 7 13 38
ELCO 7 10 10 6 33

NL Scoring: O. Shutter (15); K. Weimer (11); H. Sheroky (8); M. Miller (3); S. Phillips (1)

ELCO Scoring: S. Miller (11); M. Seifert (10); K. Eckhart (8); M. Stout (2); R. Woelfling (2)



Annville-Cleona 53, Octorara 21

With Ava Hoover unavailable in this one, Annville-Cleona went on the road to play against Octorara. The Dutchmen would out early and never look back. Kendall Cooper got off to a hot start, scoring 12 points in the 1st quarter. In the 2nd quarter, it was at the Audrey Sider show, as she scored 10 points. Leading by 26 going into the 4th, Coach Sanchez was able to give many of his back-ups the opportunity to pick up varsity minutes.

Cooper ended up with 21 points, matching Octorara’s total score. Sider finished with 14 in the game.

Annville-Cleona (5-5) will not prep for Friday night’s game at home against Lancaster Country Day, a team coached by Coach Sanchez’s brother.

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Annville-Cleona 16 17 14 6 53
Octorara 8 6 7 0 21

AC Scoring: K. Cooper (21); A. Sider (14); A. Shaak (4); L. Sanchez (4); O. Viozzi (4); D. Hoover (2); V. Russo (2); H. Grubb (2)



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