The Cedars moved one game above .500 with a victory over Conestoga Valley on Friday.
Entering the holiday break, the Lebanon boys' basketball team took some of the coal out of their stocking Friday night.
The Cedars were able to end a two-game losing streak with a 47-37 victory over Conestoga Valley in a game played at Lebanon Valley College. With the victory, Lebanon improved to 4-3 overall and 2-2 in Section Two.
With the game tied at 19 at halftime, the Cedars used a 13-6 run through the third quarter to take control of the game. Josh Spaulding struck for a game-high 18 points for Lebanon, while Drey Murray added 11.
Elsewhere Friday night:
Lancaster Catholic 64, Annville-Cleona 44: In Lancaster, the Dutchmen fell apart in the third quarter of their L-L Section Four contest against the Crusaders. Catholic outscored the visitors 19-6 in the stanza, turning a one-point halftime lead into a 14-point cushion.
Paxson Hayes led A-C with 14 points, and Derek Sanders added 11 in the loss. The Dutchmen dropped to 3-4 overall and 1-3 in the section.
Manheim Township 51, Cedar Crest 47: In Neffsville, the Falcons dropped a four-point affair to the Blue Streaks. Cedar Crest falls to 4-3 overall and 2-2 in Section One. No details of the game were reported by press time.
Garden Spot 56, Elco 40: In Myerstown, the Spartans used a 28-point second quarter to build up a hefty lead and never looked back. With Elco leading 16-10 after a quarter of play, Garden Spot outscored the Raiders 28-9 in the second stanza to take a 38-25 halftime lead it would not relinquish.
The loss sends Elco to a 2-5 overall mark, 1-4 in Section Three. Austin Davis paced the Raiders with 13 points, while Caleb Buchmoyer contributed nine.
Bishop McDevitt 65, Palmyra 50: In Palmyra, the Crusaders doubled up the Cougars in the first quarter 14-7 and salted away the Keystone Division victory from there. McDevitt's lead grew to 28-19 by halftime and to 45-36 by the start of the fourth quarter.
The loss dropped Palmyra to 3-3 overall and 2-2 in Mid-Penn play. Adam Newhard sank a trio of 3-pointers and finished with 23 points for the Cougars.