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Softball Results Tracker: April 29 – May 4

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, May 4

Kutztown 10, Annville-Cleona 0



Friday, May 3

Northern Lebanon 19, Pequea Valley 1 [F/4]

The Vikings relied on a sixteen-run explosion in the 4th inning to end Pequea Valley’s dreams of an upset. Addison Kubica led Northern Lebanon, going 2-3 with a grand slam home run, four RBI, three runs scored, and a walk. Brooke Beamesderfer also went yard and accounted for three RBI while scoring after getting hit by a pitch. Addison Hollenbach went 3-3 with a walk. Hollenbach crossed the plate three times and drove in two runs. Olivia Shutter doubled, knocked in three runs, and scored three times. Lynsie Mauser pitched all four innings, giving up three hits, one unearned run, and striking out nine without giving up a walk.

Northern Lebanon (16-3) will travel to Annville on Monday. The game against the Dutchmen will determine which team will be crowned the 2024 LL Section Champion.


Lampeter-Strasburg 12, Lebanon 2 [F/6]

In another game where the Cedars showed their growth, they challenged Lampeter-Strasburg through six innings. Eventually, the Pioneers were able to score enough runs to put the game away, but it was not without a fight from the pesky bunch from Lebanon. For the Cedars, Ana Weaber drove in a run. Jenna Seyfert hit a double. Sereniti Zidik and Seira Wolfe each cross home plate after reaching base on hits. On the mound, Zidik had 4 Ks in 5.2 innings. 

Lebanon (1-17) will host Solanco on Monday before finishing up their season with a road game at Milton Hershey on Wednesday. 

More important than their win-loss record is that Lebanon has scored 64 runs and has scored in all but three games this season. Last year, the Cedars were shut out eight times and totaled 27 runs through their first eighteen games. They tallied 16 runs during the 2022 season.

Box Score


Manheim Central 4, ELCO 2



Wednesday, May 1

Northern Lebanon 15, Columbia 0 [F/3]

The Vikings used a thirteen-run 2nd inning to put the game out of reach from the visiting Tide. Addison Kubica went 2-3 with a home run and five RBI. Kalyn Harmon accounted for three RBI. Lynsie Mauser continued to dominate at the plate, going 2-2 with a double and a home run. Addison Hollenbach struck out seven and did not allow a hit in the three-inning ballgame. 

Northern Lebanon (15-3) will play Pequea Valley on Friday.On Monday, they will play Annville for the Section 4 Championship.


ELCO 12, Garden Spot 1 [F/5]

ELCO kept scoring over the course of five innings before ending the game on account of the ten-run rule when Abby Ruth walked it off with a grand slam. Chloe Shirk and Gabby Smith also went yard in this one, while Kenzie Deeks went 2-2 with a double. Abby Hassler also collected two hits, including a double, and pitched 4.1 innings of shutout ball. 

ELCO (13-4) has now won three straight games. They will play at Manheim Central on Friday as they look to maintain their strong position in the District 3 rankings, where they are currently sitting at #3 in 4A.


Ephrata 18, Lebanon 3 [F/4]

In two previous meetings this season against Ephrata, the Cedars were unable to score. On Wednesday, Lebanon’s offense scored two runs in the 1st and added a run in the 2nd inning as they made the Mounts work for the win. Unfortunately, a nine-run 3rd by Ephrata broke the game wide open. Jenna Seyfert had a two-RBI double, and Kenidee Gilbert had a double for an RBI. Senior Ana Weaber, honored before the game as part of senior recognition, also had a double. 

Lebanon (1-16) will face Lampeter-Strasburg on Friday when they will hope to keep their offense moving in the right direction.


Annville-Cleona 15, Pequea Valley 1 [F/5]

The Dutchmen kept on chugging along with this five-inning victory on the road at Pequea Valley. Freshman Temperence Brubaker hit a home run and drove in four runs to lead the Annville offense. Danika Setlock had two RBI on 1-3 hitting and added two steals. Meda Pulaski pitched all five innings, surrendering only one hit and striking out nine. 

Annville-Cleona (15-2) will host Kutztown on Saturday before setting up a game on Monday that will decide Section 4. 




Tuesday, April 30

ELCO 10, Wyomissing 6

Morgan Wilson went yard twice and drove in five runs to pace the Raiders in Tuesday’s non-league victory over Wyomissing. Chloe Shirk went 3-3, with two doubles on her way to adding three RBI. Abby Hassler doubled and had a pair of RBI. Gabby Smith was 3-3 at the plate and pitched six innings, giving up six runs (three earned) and striking out eight batters. Hassler pitched the final inning, striking out two.

ELCO (12-4) will host Garden Spot on Wednesday. 



Monday, April 29

Northern Lebanon 2, Lancaster Catholic 0

The Vikings scored a run in the 2nd inning and added another in the 6th to take home a key Section 4 victory on the road. While the scoring was not abundant, it was all that was needed for pitcher Lynsie Mauser to keep Catholic from spoiling Northern Lebanon’s plans. In seven innings on the mound, Mauser gave up only one hit and struck out twelve. The Crusaders limited the Vikings to just four hits. Bailey McFeaters went 1-2 with an RBI. Olivia Shutter was 2-3 with a double.

Northern Lebanon (14-3) will host Columbia on Wednesday. 


Annville-Cleona 22, Columbia 0 [F/3]

Annville scored ten runs in each of the first two innings on their way to a three-inning win over Columbia. Eleven Dutchmen registered an RBI in this one, as the starters were pulled after the first inning. Abby Evans and Ashlyn Shaak led the way, each with three runs batted in. Meda Pulaski (1 IP) and Zoe Miller (2 IP) combined for the no-hitter.

Annville-Cleona (13-2) remains the top spot in the AAA Power Rankings. They travel to Pequea Valley on Wednesday. If they win Wednesday, much of their attention will turn to the May 6th showdown with Northern Lebanon, a game which will decide Section 4.


ELCO 9, Cocalico 8

A slew of early scoring made it a 9-6 game at the end of the 2nd inning. Cocalico would make a late run, but ELCO held on for the victory.  Freshman Makayla Noll went 2-4 with a double, triple, RBI, and a run scored. Chloe Shirk was 2-4 with a triple and 2 RBI. Morgan Wilson added a double and two RBI. Gabby Smith, who had two RBI, also pitched the first part of the game before Abby Hassler shut the door on the Eagles, giving up two unearned runs over the final 4.2 innings.


Elizabethtown 19, Lebanon 2 [F/4]

Seira Wolfe and Kenidee Gilbert each drove in a run for the Cedars, but it was not enough to overcome E-Town’s offense in the 1st and 4th innings.

The Cedars will host Ephrata on Wednesday.

Box Score



Previous Results

April 22-27

April 15-19

April 8-13

April 5-6

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