But that is about to change in a big way. In fact, it already has.
The Falcons won their seventh straight - you read that correctly, seventh straight - game on Thursday night, vaulting headfirst into Lancaster-Lebanon League playoff contention with a gut-check 59-54 win over Hempfield in Landisville.
The win, combined with Warwick's loss to McCaskey, lifts Crest into a three-way tie for second place in Lancaster-Lebanon Section One with Warwick and Manheim Township, and for the league playoff spot that goes with it.
The Falcons and Warwick will dissolve at least a portion of that three-way deadlock on Tuesday, when they square off in Lititz in a matchup dripping with postseason implications.
Crest is in that enviable position after avenging a 71-46 loss to Hempfield on Jan. 2. This time, the Falcons turned the tables behind a balanced effort led by Killian Klopp's 17 points. Andrew Eudy added 15 points and Clay Penchard contributed 14 points to the big win.
Elsewhere Thursday night:
Light poured in a game-high 31 points and nailed five 3-pointers as Northern Lebanon improved to 14-5 overall and 9-4 in Section Three while staying tied for second place in the section with Lampeter-Strasburg.
Richard Iwuagwu added 13 points in support of Light, and Pat Stevens pitched in with 11.
Now 8-9 overall and 6-7 in Section Two, where it is tied for second place with Cocalico, Lebanon grabbed a 33-27 halftime lead, then effectively settled the outcome with a 15-6 run through the third quarter.
Josh Spaulding and Drey Murray each hit for 13 points, and Evan Zimmerman made it four Cedars in double figures by hitting for 12 points.
Zach Weaber and Paxson Hayes were bright spots in defeat for A-C (4-15, 2-11) with 17 and 11 points, respectively.
Now 4-15 overall and 1-12 in Section Three, Elco was led by seven points apiece from Caleb Buchmoyer and Teddy Saunders.
The loss left New Covenant with a record of 2-13.