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Boys Tennis: LebCo Athletes Shine at League Championships

On Monday, the Mid Penn Conference and Lancaster Lebanon League each wrapped up their Tennis Championships for Singles and Doubles. LebCo was well-represented in the each of the tournaments with several medals being earned by our local athletes. Below is a recap from each of the championship tournaments. 


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Mid Penn Conference

The Palmyra’s Mahaffey twins were once again the standard bearers. In the finals of the #1 Singles, Tyler Mahaffey outdueled Aidan Mahaffey in a tightly contested match to take gold. This was a reversal of the 2022 and 2023 finals, where Aidan defeated Tyler for the top spot. However, what would remain the exact same is that the brothers joined forces to win Doubles for the fourth straight year. The two-time defending Doubles State Champions will now turn their attention to completing the three-peat. 

The Mahaffeys were not the only athletes who gave Palmyra Coach Abbie Mahaffey a reason to celebrate. In the #1 Doubles bracket, Casey Heisey and Caleb Sitler pushed it into the semifinal round before losing a close match to the eventual champions from Cumberland Valley. In #2 Doubles, the team of Andrew Bauer and Nolan Wasilefski made it to the finals and also pushed a team from Cumberland Valley to the limit before eventually finishing as runners-up. 

Full Mid Penn Brackets



Lancaster Lebanon League

In the #1 Singles of AAA, Cedar Crest made their presence felt. Viseth Meng led the way for the Falcons, losing in the semifinal round before defeating Ephrata’s Lance Wison to take bronze and an automatic bid into the District 3 Championships. Also in the top flight for Crest was Joe Shkreli, who dropped the first set to McCaskey’s Julian Snell before rallying to take the 5th place match. Meng and Shkreli combined their talents to finish as the silver medalists in the #1 Doubles competition, losing a match to the pair from Hempfield in a 10-8 super tiebreaker. 

Cedar Crest showed off their depth with Ben Sheffield and Isaac Wolfe taking gold in the #2 Doubles, defeating their opponents from Hempfield.

Annville-Cleona also found reason to rejoice as sophomore Travis Hostetter finished an impressive season with a 6th place finish in the #1 Singles (AA). 

Full LL League Brackets







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