Game of the Day
Elco girls soccer 2, Lancaster Mennonite 1 (2 OT)
The Elco girls soccer team simply refuses to lose. It's a philosophy that was put to the test on Monday night.
The Raiders nearly absorbed their first defeat of the 2016 season Monday before pulling out a 2-1 double overtime victory over arch rival Lancaster Mennonite on the Blazers' home turf.
Now 14-0 overall and 10-0 in Section 3, Elco's record stayed unblemished after freshman Tanisha Grewal scored in the 96th minute to break a 1-1 stalemate that existed since late in the first half.
Ryelle Shuey gave Elco the early lead by scoring in the 4th minute, only to see Mennonite notch the equalizer in the 26th minute on a Calla Ashley goal.
With three saves, Emma Strickler picked up the win in goal for Elco, which outshot Mennonite 9-4.
Player of the Day
Eli Setlock, Annville-Cleona boys soccer, golf
You might say Eli Setlock had a busy day on Monday. He'd probably tell you it was worth it.
By day, Setlock turned in a fifth place finish in the Lebanon County Golf Tournament at Pine Meadows, shooting an 83 that helped A-C to a runner-up finish in the team standings.
By night, Setlock produced on the soccer pitch, scoring both goals on Senior Night as A-C blanked Donegal 2-0 in Section 3 action.
Safe to say, a day and night Setlock will remember for quite some time.
Lampeter-Strasburg 2, Cedar Crest 1
In South Lebanon, the Falcons' rough season continued in a Section 2 loss to the Pioneers.
Josh Donnachie gave Cedar Crest a 1-0 lead in the 15th minute, but it wouldn't stand up as Nate Erb pulled L-S even seven minutes later, and Collin Anderson followed by converting a PK in the 29th minute to put the Pioneers on top to stay.
Annville-Cleona 2, Donegal 0
Under the lights at A-C on Senior Night, the Dutchmen rode Setlock's two goals to the Section 3 triumph.
Donegal 5, Annville-Cleona 2
In Mount Joy, A-C yielded three first half goals and never recovered in this Section 3 encounter.
Reagan Hess and Morgan Dancause scored for Annville-Cleona
Lampeter-Strasburg 9, Lebanon 1
In Lampeter, the Cedars managed a first half goal from Madison Hartman but nothing else in a lopsided loss to the Pioneers.
Annville-Cleona 3, Tulpehocken 0
At Annville, A-C continued its feel-good season, notching yet another shutout win behind five saves in goal from Haley Zimmerman.
Lauren Schrader, Emily Fiebig and Michaela Singer all scored for A-C, which jumped to a 2-0 halftime lead and cruised home from there.
Palmyra 6, Red Land 0
At In The Net, host Palmyra made short work of the Patriots behind a pair of goals from Jess Dembrowski.
Hannah Marx, Gabby Corricelli, Mia Julian and Katelyn Mark also scored for the Cougars, who host arch rival Lower Dauphin on Wednesday night.
Lebanon 2, Middletown 1
At LHS, the Cedars put one in the win column with the help of Chelsea Hoyer's tiebreaking second half score.
Mikayla Bowman also scored for Lebanon, and Maddie Gates stopped seven shots to earn the win in goal.
Cedar Crest 4, Conestoga Valley 3
In South Lebanon, the Falcons won a nailbiter with the help of Tatyana Gloub's three-set win at No. 2 singles.
Keeley Hartman and Serena Cheng also picked up singles wins for Cedar Crest, and Hartman and Abbey Castor teamed up to win the No.1 doubles match.
Manheim Township 7, Lebanon 0
The Cedars were shut out in this matchup with Section 1 power Township.
Lebanon 3, McCaskey 2
The Cedars came up with a clutch five-set win over the Red Tornado, pulling out the decisive fifth set by a score of 15-11.
Kaylani Ayala led the way with 7 kills and 6 blocks, and Vanessa Rivera and Maggie Hinkel chipped in with 6 aces and 17 assists, respectively.
Cedar Crest 3, Manheim Central 0
Grace Miller had 18 kills and 12 digs, Sara Russo had 8 blocks and Brooklyn Varner had 32 assists and 3 aces as Cedar Crest swept past the Barons.