Player of the day
Dylan Reb, Lebanon Catholic boys soccer
Reb netted the game-winner in the 74th minute of a 3-2 home win over Mount Calvary. Reb's score was helped by an assist from Aiden Wharton-Mohammed, who also scored.
After needing to recruit players to a field a full team, the Beavers have now matched half their win total from last season. Lebanon Catholic next host Lancaster Mennonite on Wednesday.
Annville-Cleona 6, West Shore Christian 0
Alex St. Clair and Eli Setlock each netted a pair of goals for the Little Dutchmen, who rolled to a 2-0 record.
Lower Dauphin 6, Palmyra 1
Alec Halderman's goal in the 77th minute saved the Cougars from a home shutout against their rivals.
Lebanon Catholic 3, Mount Calvary 2
In addition to Reb's game-winner, Beavers keeper Nate Hatzfield made a dozen saves.
Cedar Crest 1, Cocalico 1 (2OT)
The Falcons remained unbeaten on their young season, following a season-opening 3-2 win over Governor Mifflin on Saturday.
Cedar Crest 8, McCaskey 0
Seven goals in the opening half propelled the Falcons to an easy section win. Sam Gerhart scored twice and added an assist.
Cocalico 7, Lebanon 1
Cedars senior Madison Hartman scored the lone goal of a tough home defeat.
Annville-Cleona 4, Bishop McDevitt 0
The Little Dutchmen scored three goals in the second half to move to 2-0 this season.
East Pennsboro 8, Northern Lebanon 0
The Vikings were blitzed by five first-half goals in their final non-league game. They host Lancaster Catholic on Wednesday.
Lancaster Catholic 7, Elco 0
Elco's Steph and Liz Palashnyuk put up the toughest Raider fight of the day, losing 8-5 in the second doubles match.
Palmyra 4, Red Land 1
The Cougars took every match but No. 3 singles. Alli Lynn led the way with a 6-2, 6-0 win in the top singles match.
Solanco 7, Lebanon 0
Lebanon's Jackie Checo and Laura Gilbert put up a fight in the second doubles match, but eventually fell 8-4.
Cedar Crest 5, Warwick 2
Tatyana Golub's 6-1, 6-1, singles victory was the most dominant Falcons showing of the day. Abbey Castor and Serena Chang also earned singles wins.
Elco 3, Columbia 0
Carli Sholl had 10 kills and Maddie Stone chipped in with 12 assists as the Raiders took care of the Crimson Tide, 25-17, 25-19, 25-16
Lancaster Mennonite 3, Lebanon 0
Sharlyn Yambo's 15 digs couldn't keep the Cedars from being swept by the Blazers in Lancaster.
Cedar Crest 3, McCaskey 0
Grace Miller had 10 kills, Brooklyn Varner 22 assists, and Sara Russo four blocks as the Falcons swept the Red Tornado, 25-8, 25-8, 25-12.
Cocalico 3, Northern Lebanon 0
Brianna Hossler had three digs and nine assists but the Vikings were blanked by Cocalico on the road.
Mid-Penn Capital Division
Quentin Leonard's 87 was good for fourth place and helped Palmyra go 3-3 in this Capital Division battle.
Lancaster-Lebanon Section One
At Lebanon Country Club, Nolan Hoover shot 87 to lead Cedar Crest, which finished sixth out of seven teams.
Hempfield 24, Cedar Crest 34 (boys), Hempfield 25, Cedar Crest 36 (boys)
Jesse Cruise took fourth for Crest, but Hempfield claimed the first three spots to win the boys race, while Pam Wuori took second for Cedar Crest in the girls race.
Manheim Central 17 ,Elco 45, Lancaster Catholic 26, Elco 30 (boys), Manheim Central 27 ,Elco 28, Elco 27, Lancaster Catholic 28 (girls)
Nick Madigan was sixth for the Elco boys, but the Raiders couldn't avoid being swept. In the girls' race, the Raiders won and lost a nailbiter, led by Lily Brubaker's second place finish.
Annville-Cleona 18, Northern Lebanon 48 (boys), Northern Lebanon 15, Annville-Cleona 55
Anthony Frattarole and Doyle Shertzer finished 1-2 to lead A-C past the Vikings in this All-Lebanon County battle, while Brianna Seip placed first to lead NL to victory in the girls race.
Palmyra 23, Cedar Cliff 35, Lower Dauphin 24, Palmyra 34 (girls), Lower Dauphin 16, Palmyra 45, Palmyra 18, Cedar Cliff 41 (boys)
Derek Wadas' fifth place finish helped the Palmyra boys earn a split, while Sarah Hollen and Kelsei Bixler finished 2-3 in the girls race to give the Cougars another split.
Solanco 21, Lebanon 43, McCaskey 18, Lebanon 48 (boys), Solanco 15, Lebanon 55, McCaskey 15, Lebanon 55 (girls)
With a third place effort, Derin KLick kept Lebanon competitive in the boys' race, but the Cedars were shut out twice in the girls' portion of the meet.
Cedar Crest at Hempfield, 4:45 p.m. ELCO and Manheim Central at Lancaster Catholic, 4:45 p.m. Northern Lebanon at Annville-Cleona, 4:45 p.m. Palmyra and Cedar Cliff at Lower Dauphin, 4:30 p.m. Solanco and Lebanon at McCaskey, 4:45