The Cougars won their second straight game of 2013 and have now won five in a row after topping unbeaten Susquehanna Township 65-57 on Friday night in Palmyra. With the win, Palmyra improved to 8-3 overall and 4-2 in the Keystone Division.
The Indians were 10-0 overall and 5-0 in league play coming into the game.
The game was tied at 29 entering the second half when the Cougars jumped ahead 45-39 and then held on down the stretch thanks to Adam Newhard, who scored 16 of his game-high 19 points in the final frame. Newhard also hit three of his four 3-pointers in the final quarter.
Trey Baker and Logan Stovall both scored 14 points and Chris Lynn contributed 10 for Palmyra, which won despite putting just five players in the scoring column.
Elsewhere Friday night:
The Beavers closed out the game with a 20-6 run, breaking open what was a close game. Catholic led 43-39 at halftime and 53-51 at the start of the final quarter before putting the game away.
Alex Frattaroli added 13 points to the winning cause.
Derrick Sanders paced the Dutchmen with 15 points.
It was a 33-31 Lebanon lead entering the fourth quarter before Cocalico outscored the Cedars 21-14 over the final eight minutes. Jorian Ginnetto paced Lebanon with 16 points.
Clay Penchard topped the Falcons' scoring chart with 14 points, while Killian Klopp added 13 and Andrew Eudy contributed nine.
The game was tight throughout, with New Covenant leading 34-31 at halftime before seeing the Christian School of York charge ahead 51-48 by the start of the fourth quarter. But there, the Flames ended with a 22-8 burst to win going away.
New Covenant's Nate Dawson added 22 points in support of Kornhaus.
Jon Beiler sank five 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 26 points in a losing cause for the Panthers.