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Softball Results Tracker: April 22-27

In this post, we will attempt to bring you details from as much of the Softball 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, April 27

Lebanon 20, Hanover 0

The Cedars have had a learning experience in recent years as they’ve worked to develop into a complete team. Lately, Lebanon has begun to put up some major offensive numbers, a sign that they are beginning to develop according to Coach Tyler Roth’s plan. 

Against Hamburg on Saturday, in front of the Cedar Youth Softball program, the varsity Cedars exploded for twenty runs in two innings to earn their first victory of the season. Ten Cedars had at least one RBI, with Jenna Seyfert leading the way to five, including a grand slam in the 2nd inning. Also accounting for multiple RBI were Kambria Harbaugh (4), Sereniti Zidik (3), and Seira Wolfe (2). Zidik, who was celebrating a birthday, earned the victory on the mound as she limited the Nighthawks to just two hits in three innings.

The home run hit by Seyfert, a junior, made Lebanon’s all-time home run queen, overtaking Beth Gates-Saphore.

Speaking with Coach Roth after the game, he said of the journey: “It shouldn’t come as a surprise that our program isn’t at the same level as most of the other programs we face. Being without a youth program for as long as we’ve been, there’s a lot of extra work that these girls have to put in. Last year, around the halfway point of the season, after a rough loss, I told the girls that if they kept working and giving it everything they had, good things were going to happen. The girls bought in, kept working, and we finished the season with two wins.  That mindset has carried over into this year, and I feel they truly believe that good things are coming with this program.

He went on to talk about the effect that this is having on the program and the larger community: “We’re seeing more people at our games, we’re seeing support from the community and the local media, other programs are commenting on the growth of our program, and we’re more competitive this year than in years past. It might not look like it with the record or some of the box scores, but this isn’t the same team that was struggling to get through three innings. This team is changing the culture of Lebanon Softball and is helping the program take that next step.

Lebanon (1-14) has five games remaining, during which they will continue to build on their momentum. The final stretch begins when the Cedars host Elizabethtown on Monday.

Box Score


Annville-Cleona 17, Cedar Crest 2 [F/3]

Hosting Cedar Crest at the Chill on the Hill, Annville-Cleona continued their magical season while the Falcons continued their rebuild. Kaci Potter led the way with 4 RBI on 2-3 hitting, complete with a triple. Temperence Brubaker added to the offense, going 2-2 and driving in 3 runs. Danika Setlock and Faith Wagner each had 2 RBI. Meda Pulaski and Zoe Miller split time on the mound, with Pulaski striking out six batters in 2 IP. 

While the Falcons lost the game, they were not without life. They scored 2 runs on 3 hits, and Freshman Angie Orosco and K Griffith accounted for the team’s RBI.

Annville-Cleona finished the day 13-2 and on top of the District 3 AAA Power Rankings. They will face Columbia on Monday.

Annville-Cleona 15, Spring Grove 0 [F/3]

In addition to playing Cedar Crest, Annville also battled Spring Grove, with the game ending in three innings. Meda Pulaski hit two home runs and racked up 5 RBI while also starring on the mound with the shutout. Danika Setlock went 2-2 with a double and accounted for 4 RBI. Ashlyn Shaak, who hit a triple, and Morgan Long each added 2 RBI. 




Friday, April 26

Annville-Cleona 3, Lancaster Catholic 2

In a key Section 4 matchup, the Dutchmen hosted Lancaster Catholic for the third time. Annville-Cleona would have to win this critical third matchup with the Crusaders to keep pace with Northern Lebanon. The Dutchmen won the previous meetings with 5-3 and 8-2 victories. 

In this one, Catholic drew first blood with a run in the Top 1st. They then tacked on a second run in the Top 3rd to take a 2-0 lead. Annville responded when Danika Setlock hit an RBI double in the Bottom 3rd. The score remained 2-1 until the Bottom 6th when freshman Zoe Miller hit a 2 RBI double to give Annville the lead. Meda Pulaski held Catholic scoreless in the final frame as the Dutchmen celebrated another exciting victory, their 11th of the season. 

Pulaski finished the game with 11 Ks.


Conestoga Valley 16, Lebanon 4 [F/5]

Northern Lebanon 1, Lancaster Mennonite 0 [TWO FORFEITS]

Donegal 21, ELCO 1



Wednesday, April 24

ELCO 5, Manheim Central 1

After both teams traded runs in the 1st inning, the Raiders would score three in the 3rd to take the lead they would never relinquish. Chloe Shirk led the way, going 2-3 with 3 RBI. Abby Hassler added a triple before then crossing the plate. Gabby Smith went 1-3 and scored twice. Smith also pitched a complete game, striking out ten and giving up four hits.

ELCO (10-3) will have their third and final season meeting with Donegal on Friday.


Northern Lebanon 15, Pequea Valley 0 [F/3]

It was Senior Day in Fredericksburg, and the seniors starred in the convincing victory over visiting Pequea Valley. Abby Palkovic was 2-3 with 2 HR and 6 RBI. Fellow senior Brooke Beamesderfer went 1-2 with 2 RBI while also reaching base after getting plunked. Junior Lynsie Mauser got in on the fun, finishing the day 2-3 with a home run and 4 RBI. Mauser also starred on the mound, throwing a no-hitter while striking out six batters. She walked one batter over the course of the three innings before the game ended under the mercy rule.

Northern Lebanon (11-3) is scheduled to play Lancaster Mennonite on Friday. 


Lampeter-Strasburg 16, Lebanon 1 [F/3]

A rough 1st inning saw the Pioneers put up fourteen runs before the Cedars had an opportunity to respond. Five errors were the story, as only seven of L-S’s runs were earned. Ana Weaber had a double for the Cedars, and Jenna Seyfert also had a hit. Alexis Messner was able to score Seyfert for Lebanon’s lone run.

Lebanon (0-13) will travel to Conestoga Valley on Friday.


Annville-Cleona 1, Lancaster Mennonite 0 [Forfeit]

Lancaster Mennonite forfeited their game with Annville. Mennonite had previously forfeited a game with Northern Lebanon due to a lack of players.

Annville (10-2) will host Lancaster Catholic on Friday.




Monday, April 22

ELCO 11, Cocalico 0 [F/5]

Like her baseball counterpart of the same last name, Gabby Smith dominated on the mound (5IP, 1H, 14K) and at the plate (1-2, 2R, RBI, BB) to help lead her team to victory. Kenzie Deeks boomed a two-run double, finishing the day 3-3 with two runs and two RBI. Karly Tice launched a solo HR to open the bottom of the third and effectively put the game out of reach for the Raiders. ELCO hosts Manheim Central and Donegal on a Wednesday/Friday schedule in crucial matchups for the Raiders in Section 3.


Annville-Cleona 11, Columbia 0 [F/5]

Columbia committed nine (9) errors, and the Lady Dutchmen took advantage of it, winning a run-rule game in five innings. Nia Hafey and Temperence Brubaker had two hits apiece to lead AC, while Morgan Long and Hafey each drove in two runs. Zoe Miller and Brubaker did not allow any runs, with Miller fanning eight and Brubaker punching out six. AC moved to 9-1 in Section 4 and faces Lancaster Mennonite on Wednesday and Lancaster Catholic on Friday. 


Northern Lebanon 14, Lancaster Catholic 2 [F/5]

Addison Hollenbach took care of business at the plate (2-4, 2RBI) and on the mound (5IP, 2R/2ER, 2H, 9K) as the Lady Vikings pummeled LC. Brooke Beamesderfer smoked a two-run HR in the bottom of the first en route to a 2-3 day with two runs scored. Carley Umbrell ran a “deuces wild” line–2 for 2 with two runs and two RBI–while Bailey McFeaters and Kalyn Harmon each knocked in two. NL is home versus Pequea Valley (Wednesday) and Lancaster Mennonite (Friday). Northern Lebanon only trails Annville Cleona in Section 4.


Elizabethtown 19, Lebanon 0 [F/3]

Seira Wolfe and Ana Weaber were the only two Cedars to manage hits against ETown in a run rule loss.


Manheim Township 19, Cedar Crest 1

Cedar Crest had two hits in a run rule loss to the Blue Streaks.



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April 8-13

April 5-6

March 25-28


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