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Softball Results Tracker: April 8-13

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 13

Lampeter-Strasburg 15, Lebanon 1 [F/5]

Lampeter-Strasburg was able to get by the Cedars in five innings. For Lebanon, Sereniti Zidik had the only two hits, going 2-2 with an RBI when she knocked in Seira Wolfe, who had reached on an error. Zidik was also on the mound, giving up eight earned runs. The junior pitcher also had 3 Ks as she hit the 150-strikeout milestone for her varsity career.

Lebanon (0-7) will host Solanco on Tuesday.

Box Score



Friday, April 12

Northern Lebanon 6, Annville-Cleona 0

Both LebCo teams entered Friday undefeated in Section 4. Northern Lebanon raced out to a 3-0 in the 1st. The Vikings would go on to score one in the 2nd and two in the 3rd, while Lynsie Mauser held Annville batters to one hit, striking out ten. Annville’s Meda Pulaski held Northern Lebanon to three hits, punching out nine. However, nine walks and three errors made the difference, as Northern Lebanon was able to capitalize.

Abby Palkovic went yard, driving in three runs. On the day, the senior was 1-2 with two walks. Addison Hollenbach went 1-2 with a walk and two stolen bases. Olivia Shutter had the other hit for the Vikings while also stealing a base and getting issued a free base after getting hit by a pitch.

Danika Setlock had Annville’s lone hit, which came in the form of a double.

Both teams are back in action on Monday, with Northern Lebanon (5-1) hosting and Annville (5-2) hosting Pequea. The two teams will play two more times this season: April 19th and May 6th.


Wednesday, April 10

Annville-Cleona 17, Lancaster Mennonite 0 [F/3]

It only took three innings for the Dutchmen to get past visiting Lancaster Mennonite. Danika Setlock powered the Annville offense with a 2-2 outing that resulted in a home run, 4 RBI, and two runs scored. She improved her batting average to .722 for the season. Summer Light and Temperance Brubaker each had 3 RBI, while Peyton Elder and Kaci Potter both added 2 RBI to the winning cause. Zoe Miller picked up the win, pitching two scoreless innings before Brubaker pitched the final frame.

Annville-Cleona (5-1) is set to host Northern Lebanon on Friday in a clash of Section 4’s best.

LebCo Female Athletes of the Week: Danika Setlock 


Manheim Central 2, ELCO 1

Abby Hassler drove in ELCO’s lone run in the 3rd inning, but a two-run home run in the 6th allowed Central to take the ball game. All in all, it was an uncharacteristic outing for ELCO, as Gabby Smith had their only hit and as a team they committed four fielding errors. Freshman Peytyn Bryan pitched 5.1 innings for the Raiders, striking out eight and allowing one earned run.

ELCO (5-1) will look to get back on track when they host Octorara on Friday.

LebCo Female Athletes of the Week: Abby Hassler


Northern Lebanon 20, Pequea Valley 5

The Vikings scored twenty runs on twenty hits in a game that went the full seven innings. Addison Kubica homered on her way to a 3-4, 5 RBI outing. Brooke Beamesderfer and Lynsie Mauser each had five hits, with Beamesderfer knocking in three and Mauser driving in two runs. Addison Hollenbach also had 2 RBI while also pitching a complete game. Over the course of 7 IP, Hollenbach allowed three earned runs and collected 13 Ks.

Northern Lebanon (4-1) will travel to play Annville on Friday in an early-season battle for supremacy in Section 4.


McCaskey 6, Cedar Crest 4

The Falcons played a close game against McCaskey. In the lead for most of the game, the Falcons unfortunately surrendered the lead to McCaskey after a couple of McCaskey hits and Cedar Crest fielding miscues. Angie OroscoNatalie SmithKya Sherwood, and Mariyah Griffith each picked up hits for the Falcons. Orosco, Smith, Addison Nolen, and Kate Poorman each contributed an RBI. The pitching duo of Nolen and Poorman pitched a solid game for the Falcons.



Tuesday, April 9

ELCO 14, Garden Spot 4 [F/5]

The Raiders used an eight-run outburst in the 4th inning to pull away from visiting Garden Spot. Abby Hassler picked up the win on the mound for ELCO, pitching three innings and striking out four batters on her way to giving up four runs, none of which were earned. Hassler continued to wield a hot bat, going yard and racking up 4 RBI. Abby Ruth also hit a home run, going 2-3 with 2 RBI. Gabby Smith, Makayla Noll, and Grace Phillips each added 2 RBI. Kenzie Deeks went 3-4 at the plate.

ELCO (5-0) will travel to Manheim Central on Wednesday.


Annville-Cleona 8, Pequea Valley 7

Trailing 7-3 entering the 6th inning, the Dutchmen would score five runs over the final two innings to blow past host Pequea Valley. Annville scored once in the 6th before putting up four in the 7th. Danika Setlock led the way for the Dutchmen in the comeback, who ended the afternoon going 2-4 with a home run, 2 RBI, and a stolen base. Madi Summers went 3-4 with an RBI. Meda Pulaski and Zoe Miller split time on the mound, with Pulaski earning the win, pitching the final 3.1 innings.

Annville-Cleona (4-1) will host Lancaster Mennonite on Wednesday.


Penn Manor 15, Cedar Crest 0

Kate Poorman worked hard on the mound for the Falcons against a strong section 1 Penn Manor team.  Angie Orosco and Natalie Smith each drew walks.


Lower Dauphin 3, Northern Lebanon 1

Conestoga Valley 6, Lebanon 5

West York 18, Palmyra 1




Monday, April 8

Northern Lebanon 16, Columbia 0 [F/3]

Annville-Cleona 5, Lancaster Catholic 3

Hempfield 15, Cedar Crest 2

Addison Nolen and Lydia McClintic each picked up RBI singles in the first inning. Kate Poorman added a double and Natalie Smith hit a single as the only two other Falcon hits on the day. The game was close until the 5th inning when Hempfield scored nine unanswered runs.


Ephrata 16, Lebanon 0 [F/5]

Senior Seira Wolf provided the only hit for the Cedars. Sereniti Zidik, the victim of ten errors, took the loss on the mound, giving up sixteen runs only five of which were earned.

Lebanon (0-5) will Conestoga Valley on Tuesday.

Box Score



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