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Game of the Day

Palmyra girls swimming 122, Cedar Cliff 59

The Cougars have won five straight Mid-Penn Keystone titles and performed like they're after a sixth on Wednesday night, rolling past Cedar Cliff in a division meet on the road.

Ellie Keck (200 IM, 100 breakstroke) and Abby Hess (500 free, 100 butterfly) paced the Cougars with two victories apiece, while Samantha St. Clair (200 free), Shealyn Trostle (50 free) and Maddie Wolfe were also event winners for Palmyra.

Player of the Day 

Stephen Lyons, Palmyra boys swimming

.Lyons had a big day in Palmyra's 115.5-52.5 victory over Cedar Cliff, winning the 50 and 500 freestyle races while swimming a leg on the victorious 200 and 400 freestyle relay teams.

Lyons clocked a 23.23 to win the 50 free sprint, and touched the wall in 5:30.87 to take the grueling 500 free distance event.

Wrestling

Garden Spot 61, Cedar Crest 15

In New Holland, it was a rough night of grappling for the Falcons, who won only three of the 14 matches while forfeiting six.

Austin Olan-Torres (decision, 220), Ross Fisher (forfeit, 285) and Christopher Byler (pin, 126) were the winners for Cedar Crest.

Elco 64, Columbia 13

The Raiders picked up seven forfeit wins in the lopsided road victory over the Crimson Tide.

Picking up victories on the mat for Elco (2-0 Section 3) were Keegan Donmoyer (120), Shawn Price (132), Trey Donmoyer (152) and Greg Onisa (160).

Elizabethtown 65, Lebanon 9

At E-town, Josh Kauffman's decision at 195 was a bright spot for the Cedars, who also got a forfeit win from Jose Barrios at 120.

Boys Swimming

Palmyra 115.5, Cedar Cliff 52.5

At Cedar Cliff, Lyons was joined in the winner's circle by Jason Klinefelter, Ryan James, Austin Durand and Joe Bushta as Palmyra claimed the Mid-Penn Keystone Division victory by a wide margin.

CPIHL

Hempfield 5, Annville-Cleona 2

A-C fell behind 1:04 into the game and couldn't quite make up the difference despite power play goals from Mitchell Reigle and Katelyn Brightbill.

Palmyra 6, Cumberland Valley 5

The Cougars rallied from a 2-0 deficit early in the first to snag the victory, scoring four of the game's last five goals in the process.

Jake Herman scored twice to lead Palmyra, and Cam Ihli tallied the go-ahead goal at 12:32 of the third period.

Sean Carter, Tyler Depuy, and Brendon Daley also lit the lamp for Palmyra, which also overcame a 4-2 deficit early in the second period.

Liam Schmidt picked up the win in goal with 26 saves.

Bowling

Cedar Crest 7, Lebanon 0

The Falcons rolled to the shutout victory behind Paige Boyd and Allison Hresko, who posted series of 648 and 631, respectively. Zachary Trimmer paced Lebanon with a 533 series.

Elco 7, Garden Spot 0

The Raiders also posted a shutout win, thanks to Ryan Stone (642 series) and Joseph Rittle (631).

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