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Girls Basketball Results Tracker: January 29 – February 3

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, February 3

Northern Lebanon 43, Hershey 22

A night after a tough loss to Lancaster Catholic, the Lady Vikings were back in action on Saturday afternoon when they visited Hershey. Early in the game, Northern Lebanon used strong defense to lock down the Trojans while turning the effort into points on the other end. At the end of the 1st quarter, the Vikings led 17-0, with Kasey Weimer leading the way with 10 points. While Hershey recovered, they could not get any closer the rest of the game. By halftime, it was 27-11, and Northern Lebanon would use its balanced offense that provided consistent scoring the rest of the way.

Weimer ended up leading Northern Lebanon with 13 points. Olivia Shutter joined her in double-digits, scoring 10.

Northern Lebanon (18-3) has one regular season game remaining, a contest at home against Lampeter-Strasburg on Tuesday night. They have already secured their spot in the Lancaster Lebanon League and look to be a lock for the District 3 Playoffs.

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Northern Lebanon 17 10 6 10 43
Hershey 0 11 5 6 22

NL Scoring: K. Weimer (13); O. Shutter (10); H. Sheroky (5); S. Phillips (5); R. Sellers (4); M. Miller (3); B. Battistelli (2); Z. Zerman (1)



Friday, February 2

New Covenant 58, Our Lady of the Cross 41

The second meeting of LebCo’s two PIAA-sanctioned private schools on Friday night was made interesting by the fact that both squads have their eyes on qualifying for the District 3 Playoffs. The matchup was even more interesting because it featured two of the top scorers in local basketball: Our Lady’s Riley Hatzfeld and New Covenant’s Qynne Demler. In the first game played on January 12th, Hatzfeld scored 35 points, Demler scored 33, and New Covenant won the contest 59-47.

In the 1st quarter of Friday’s game, New Covenant led by 5 at the end of the 1st quarter. Early in the game, the Flames showed they intended to win using more point scorers as four players tallied points in the opening frame. However, Our Lady quickly recovered to slow down New Covenant in the 2nd quarter. At the half, New Covenant led by a slim 26-24 margin. Demler had 11 points from New Covenant. Hatzfeld already had 20.

With halftime adjustments, New Covenant limited Our Lady to just 4 points in the 3rd quarter. On the other hand, the Demler took over the game on the offensive end, scoring 11 points. Going into the 4th, New Covenant had built a 45-28 lead. Down the stretch, Hatzfeld took over the game and scored 13 points in an attempt to get the Lions back into the game. New Covenant had other ideas, as Miracle Hershey stepped up to score 5 in the final frame to keep the game out of reach.

Demler finished the game with 26 points and stayed out of foul trouble, which allowed her to stay on the floor longer than the first game. On the other side of the ball, Hatzfeld scored 35 and kept the game interesting again. While Demler was the leading scorer for New Covenant, it was a total team victory, with five other Flames contributing, including 16 points from Hershey. On the defensive end, Demler added six steals and Hershey was credited with four blocks.

New Covenant (10-6) will play on Monday when they travel to High Point Baptist.

Our Lady of the Cross (6-5) plays Monday at Lititz Christian to start a very busy stretch of seven games over a two-week timespan.

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
New Covenant 18 8 19 13 58
Our Lady 13 11 4 13 41

NC Scoring: Q. Demler (26); M. Hershey (16); M. Simniskis (8); A. Yeagley (4); A. Quinones (2); A. Hershey (2)

OLOC Scoring: R. Hatzfeld (35); S. Ventura (6)


Cocalico 41, ELCO 38

Friday night was senior night in Myerstown, as the Lady Raiders played host to Cocalico, a 5A school that is firmly within the District 3 qualifying range. ELCO entered the game, hoping to move back to .500 as they battle for one of the final spots in the 4A bracket. The January 9th matchup between the two teams resulted in a 13-point win by Cocalico.

The 1st quarter of this game was high-scoring, with Cocalico taking a 3-point lead. For ELCO, Kenzie Eckhart and Makenna Seifert each scored 5 points to keep the game within reach. The scoring slowed in the 2nd quarter, with the Raiders pulling ahead by a point at halftime, 24-23.

Cocalico used the break to make adjustments, which they then used to turn the tables in the 3rd quarter and take back the lead. Entering the 4th, ELCO trailed 38-33. Unlike the 1st quarter, where the teams combined for 33 points, the final leg would only witness a total of 8 points scored. As the Raiders were limited by foul trouble late in the game, Gabby Smith hit a three-pointer for the Raiders, but it would not be enough in the tightly played defensive-heavy quarter.

Eckart finished the game with 12 points to lead ELCO. Her effort included two three-pointers. Makenna Seifert, one of two seniors on the roster, also had two threes on her way to scoring 10 points.

ELCO (9-11) has two games remaining, with the first one being Monday night at Lower Dauphin.

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
ELCO 15 9 9 5 38
Cocalico 18 5 15 3 41

ELCO Scoring: K. Eckhart (12); M. Seifert (10); R. Woelfling (7); M. Stout (5); S. Miller (2); A. Seifert (2)



Mechanicsburg 35, Palmyra 25

Lancaster Catholic 62, Northern Lebanon 27


Boys Basketball Results


Thursday, February 1

Annville-Cleona 44, Octorara 7

The Dutchmen had won five straight games before having to play Columbia on Tuesday night. They looked to regain their winning ways with a season sweep of Octorara. In their first matchup on January 2nd, Annville won 53-21. This game would not be nearly as close, as Annville came out to score the game’s first 25 points and proceeded to hold the Braves scoreless in three of the four quarters.

Kendall Cooper scored 10 points, all of which came in the 1st half, to pace the Dutchmen. In total, ten players scored in the lopsided win.

Annville-Cleona (12-8) has two regular season games remaining. The first of those will come on Monday night when they travel to Pequea Valley.

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Annville 14 15 8 7 44
Octorara 0 7 0 0 7

AC Scoring: K. Cooper (10); A. Sellers (6); A. Hoover (6); L. Sanchez (5); A. Sanchez (4); A. Sider (4); A. Shaak (3); S. Kleinfelter (2); N. Hoover (2); H. Grubb (2)


Lebanon 59, Penn Manor 36

Winners of fifteen straight games, the Cedars hosted Penn Manor as they looked for their sixteenth in a row. Lebanon built an early lead, with Kailah Correa scoring 7 points in the 1st quarter. By halftime, Lebanon led 28-15 after three different Cedars hit three-pointers in the 2nd quarter: Jae Burrus, Zariyah Whigham, and Tayana Camuy. In the 3rd quarter, Lebanon continued to add to their lead behind 8 points from Olive Brandt. Liliana Harrison added 9 points in the 2nd half as the Cedars cruised to victory.

Correa finished the game with 17 points. Brandt finished with 14, while Harrison collected 12 points in the winning effort.

Lebanon (18-2) has two regular season games remaining. Their next game will be on Tuesday away at Hempfield. If the Cedars win, they will repeat as Section 1 Champs.

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Lebanon 13 15 15 16 59
Penn Manor 7 8 11 10 36

Lebanon Scoring: K. Correa (17); O. Brandt (14); L. Harrison (12); Z. Whigham (8); J. Burrus (3); T. Camuy (3); D. Lopez (2)



Manheim Township 55, Cedar Crest 16

It has been a roller coaster year for Cedar Crest, as they remain on the bubble for District 3 qualification. On Thursday, they traveled to take on an outstanding Manheim Township team, who recently lost to Lebanon and were then defeated by Central York. Needing a win, Township jumped out to the early 8-point lead at the end of the 1st quarter. It was the 2nd quarter, though, where the Streaks put the game out of reach by using a smothering defense that had the Lady Falcons facing a 30-8 deficit at halftime. The 2nd half of the game was much more of the same, as Township was able to take the game from Crest easily.

Allie Metzgar led Cedar Crest with 6 points.

Cedar Crest (12-9) will travel to face McCaskey on Tuesday night in their final regular season game.

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Cedar Crest  6 2 8 0 16
Manheim Twp 14 16 17 8 55

CC Scoring: A. Metzgar (6); K. Francis (4); M. Donley (2); S. Hoffman (2); L. Lesher (2)



New Covenant 42, Harrisburg Christian 26

Qynne Demler scored 33 points to lead the Flames in the victory.


Boys Basketball Results

Wednesday, January 31


ELCO 56, Conrad Weiser 40

ELCO had a tough three-game stretch, playing against Columbia and Northern Lebanon, then finished up last night against Lancaster Catholic. Though each of the games resulted in losses, the effort against Catholic may have provided some confidence as they play the final four games of the regular season schedule. Each of the final games is extremely important, as the Raiders entered Wednesday sitting on the bubble at the #12 slot in District 3, with only ten teams qualifying. The first test of the newly found confidence would come on Wednesday with a visit to Conrad Weiser. Though the Scouts only have five wins, they are a 5A school that could provide some much-needed points in the rankings.

Playing with a sense of urgency, the Raiders jumped out to an early 11-point lead over Weiser and ended the 1st quarter up 15-4. The early effort was fueled by Maddie Stout, who hit two three-pointers on her way to 8 points. In the 2nd quarter, it was Makenna Seifert’s turn to provide two three-balls, as ELCO would lead 25-15 at halftime.

In the 3rd quarter, Kenzie Eckhart and Reece Woelfling both got in on the new trend, each knocking down a pair of threes. Conrad Weiser continued to score, so every point for ELCO was critical in warding off a comeback. Leading by 9 points going into the 4th, the Raiders were able to put the game away with an excellent display of free throw shooting. In the final quarter, ELCO went 11-12 from the line.

Stout led ELCO with 14 points after hitting three three-pointers. Eckhart and Seifert each had 13 points. Woelfling ended the game with 11 points.

ELCO (9-10) will host Cocalico on Friday night.

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
ELCO 15 10 16 15 56
Weiser 4 11 17 8 40

ELCO Scoring: M. Stout (14); M. Seifert (13); K. Eckhart (13); R. Woelfling (11); S. Miller (4); G. Smith (1)




Tuesday, January 30

Palmyra 38, Lower Dauphin 32

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Palmyra 3 13 8 14 38
Lower Dauphin 2 8 12 10 32

Palmyra Scoring: K. Bowers (13); M. Doster (8); E. Sibbach (6); M. Margut (6); E. Ancharski (5)

Northern Lebanon 48, Donegal 16

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Northern Lebanon 16 12 12 8 48
Donegal 0 6 8 2 16

NL Scoring: K. Weimer (14); O. Shutter (12); H. Sheroky (8); S. Phillips (6); L. Harris (6); M. Miller (2)


Columbia 74, Annville-Cleona 16

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Annville-Cleona 2 3 4 4 13
Columbia 9 24 14 13 60

AC Scoring: K. Cooper (8); L. Sanchez (3); A. Hoover (2)


York Christian 44, Our Lady of the Cross 36

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Our Lady 12 7 8 9 36
York Christian  13 16 6 9 44

OLOC Scoring: R. Hatzfeld (32); S. Ventura (4)


Lancaster Catholic 69, ELCO 50

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
ELCO 16 7 14 13 50
Catholic 11 18 22 18 69

ELCO Scoring: M. Stout (13); K. Eckhart (13); S. Miller (10); M. Seifert (7); R. Woelfling (4); G. Smith (3)


Lebanon 53, Cocalico 33

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Lebanon 24 8 14 7 53
Cocalico 8 4 14 7 33

Lebanon Scoring: K. Correa (15); O. Brandt (10); L. Harrison (9); J. Burrus (9); Z. Whigham (6); T. Camuy (2); N. Harrison (2)


Boys Basketball Results


Monday, January 29

Hempfield 56, Palmyra 53

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Palmyra 13 16 12 12 53
Hempfield 10 14 18 14 56

Palmyra Scoring: K. Bowers (22); M. Doster (18); E. Sibbach (10); M. Margut (3)


Annville-Cleona 49, Susquenita 37

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Annville 10 12 7 20 49
Susquenita 12 8 9 8 37

AC Scoring: K. Cooper (25); A. Hoover (14); A. Sider (5); A. Sellers (3); L. Sanchez (2)


York Christian 44, New Covenant 36

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
New Covenant 2 12 9 13 36
York Christian 15 9 16 4 44

NC Scoring: M. Hershey (19); Q. Demler (9); Simniskis (8)


Our Lady of the Cross 45, Linden Hall 22

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Our Lady 22 4 13 6 45
Linden Hall 0 8 8 6 22

OLOC Scoring: R. Hatzfeld (28); S. Ventura (10); M. Grauel (4); J. Ambriz (2); C. Frey (1)

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