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Boys Basketball

Lebanon 58, Conestoga Valley 45

The Cedars overcame a two-point halftime deficit to remain in sole possession of first place in Section 1.

Luis Aquino-Rios led Lebanon with 17 points, Camryn Shaak added 13 and Khalique Washington 12.

Hempfield 45, Cedar Crest 39

The Falcons fell behind 11-4 after the first quarter and couldn't fully recover. Blake Thomson led Crest with 13 points and Cole Laney added 12.

Elco 74, Pequea Valley 53

Elco used a 27-point third quarter as the catalyst for the win, as well as 21 points from Nate Beamer.

Columbia 87, Lebanon Catholic 33

Kyle Kauffman's 14 points were a bright spot in another lopsided loss for the Beavers.

Girls Basketball

Cedar Crest 54, Hempfield 40

The Falcons dominated in the fourth quarter, outscoring the Black Knights 21-9. Alyssa Austin led Cedar Crest with a game-high 19 points, followed by Ariel Jones with 17 points.

Palmyra 40, Hershey 25

The Cougars enjoyed a dominant win, outscoring the Trojans by a staggering 31-6 margin in the second half en route to the win.

Amelia Baldo led Palmyra with 13 points and Olivia Richardson added 12.

Garden Spot 67, Lebanon 33

The Cedars remained winless, falling by 34 in this Section 2 affair.

Lebanon Catholic 52, Columbia 42

A balanced scoring attack helped the beavers, led by Alexis Hill with 19 points, followed by Jasmine Turner with 13, and Celine Mars with 11.

Annville-Cleona 46, Lancaster Mennonite 40

In a tight game, the Dutchmen outscored the Blazers 19-11 in the fourth quarter to pull away.

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