Game of the Day
Annville-Cleona boys soccer 1, Lancaster Catholic 0 (2 OT)
It's been a big week for Eli Setlock. After scoring both goals on senior night against Donegal Monday, which followed a fifth-place finish in the county golf tournament, Setlock scored the game-winner with 30 seconds left in double overtime Wednesday. The win helps the Dutchmen keep pace with Elco and Lancaster Mennonite, who A-C trails in the Section 3 standings. The Dutchmen stay within striking distance of the Raiders and Blazers.
Player of the Day
Emily Peters, Cedar Crest Field Hockey
Peters recorded a five-point night consisting of a hat trick and two assists in the Falcons' 6-1 win over McCaskey. All three goals came in back-to-back-to-back fashion, as part of a four-goal first half for Cedar Crest. Peters' two assists came on the first goal of the day from Tasia Rutter, and the first goal of the second half from Emily Hombach.
Elco 2, Donegal 1
After falling behind early, the Raiders fought back to steal one from the Indians. Evan Gettler tied the game at one in the 32nd minute, then Clay Hain gave Elco the lead for good in the 66th minute. Matthew Berger recorded five saves in the Raiders goal.
Cedar Crest 6, McCaskey 1
Along with Peters' big night, Rutter also contributed a productive game with two goals. Rutter's first goal came just about three minutes in, then added her second goal in the second half, followed by Hombach's score. The Falcons out shot the Red Tornado 18-3.
Elco 1, Donegal 0
In Myerstown, Jenna Oliviero's goal in the 50th minute proved to be enough for the Raiders. Eve Peiffer had the assist. With the win, Elco clinches Section 3.
Annville-Cleona 4, Lancaster Catholic 0
Reagan Hess simply continues to dominate offensively, recording a hat trick. Liane Lech scored the other Dutchmen goal in the 79th minute.
Pequea Valley 8, Lebanon Catholic 0
The Braves jumped out to a five-goal lead in the first half, two of them courtesy of Kaylin Keen. The Beavers were also out shot 21-3.
Manheim Central 9, Lebanon 1
A five-goal first half also propelled the Barons to the rout. Kayla Herr and Dani Reed each had two goals for Central. Madison Hartman had the lone Cedars goal in the 69th minute, assisted by Annabelle Deufel.
Lancaster Mennonite 1, Northern Lebanon 0
Calla Ashley's goal in the 59th minute was the difference for the Blazers. Elania Dinse had the assist. The Vikings were also out shot 16-2.
New Covenant Christian 6, Hanover 0
Kylie Murray scored two goals to lead the Flames, scoring a goal in each half. Not only did the New Covenant shut out Hanover on the scoreboard, but also on the stat sheet, not allowing a shot on goal or a corner.