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Game of the Day 

Annville-Cleona boys basketball 58, Pequea Valley 56

After outscoring the Braves 19-9 in the second quarter, the Dutchmen were outscored 22-10 in the third to allow PV back in it, but eventually held on. A-C had four guys in double figures, led by Noah Myers with 14 points. Cameron Hoch followed with 12 points, then Isaac Burris with 11 points, and Don Friday with 10 points.

Player of the Day 

Josh Wildonger, Cedar Crest boys swimming

Wildonger won two events in the Falcons' 103-66 win over McCaskey. He took the 500 freestyle in 5:29.75, followed by the 200 IM in 2:14.20.

Boys Basketball

Lancaster Catholic 61, Lebanon Catholic 11

It was a rough night for the Beavers, trailing 21-3 after the first quarter, then were shutout in the third. Humberto Valerio led Lebanon Catholic with seven points.

Lancaster Mennonite 77, Northern Lebanon 50

It was a tough road from start to finish all night for the Vikings, outscored 25-6 in the first quarter. Alex Yeager led NL with 17 points.

Lower Dauphin 51, Palmyra 50

The Cougars had their 10-game win streak snapped after a crushing loss, seeing the Falcons take the lead with 0.6 seconds left to win. Isaac Blatt led all scorers with 22 points, while Bryant Willis posted 16 points.

Cedar Crest 52, Penn Manor 32

It didn't take long for the Falcons to jump all over the Comets, outscoring them 13-4 in the first quarter and 12-6 in the second. Tate Seyfert led Cedar Crest with a game-high 13 points, followed by a 11-point performance from Dylan Miller.

Fairview Christian School 80, Lebanon Christian Academy 51 

Lebanon Christian Academy doomed itself in the third quarter, after being outscored 18-7. Jeremiah Griffith led all scorers with 23 points in the loss.

Girls Basketball

Pequea Valley 53, Annville-Cleona 42

The Braves began pulling away in the second quarter, outscoring the Lady Dutchmen 14-7. Michaela Singer led all scorers with 18 points.

Cedar Crest 69, Penn Manor 44

The Lady Falcons didn't waste any time jumping out to a lead, outscoring the Comets 18-8 and 17-4 in the first two quarters. Ariel Jones led Cedar Crest with a team-high 20 points, along with Gracen Donmoyer with 11 points.

Columbia 55, Elco 43

The Crimson Tide pulled away in the fourth quarter, outscoring the Lady Raiders 19-8. Elco also had trouble slowing down Columbia's Janeah Neal, scoring a game-high 25 points, including four 3's. Taylor Bossert led the Lady Raiders with 13 points.

Northern Lebanon 50, Lancaster Mennonite 21

The Vikings dominated from start to finish, not allowing the Blazers to score double digit points in any quarter. NL also got big nights from Zoe Zerman and Megan Brandt, finishing with 19 and 15 points, respectively.

Cocalico 51, Lebanon 24

It was a tough night offensively for the Cedars, failing to score in the double digits in any quarter until the fourth. Destiny Infante led Lebanon with nine points.

Boys Swimming

Cedar Crest 103, McCaskey 66

In addition to Wildonger's big day, Gabriel Deiderick also led the Falcons with a win in the 100 free in 52.34.

Bishop McDevitt 93, Palmyra 77

Stephen Lyons and Austin Durand picked up the lone wins for the Cougars. Lyons took the 50 freestyle in 23.39, while Durand won the 100 breaststroke in 1:06.17.

Girls Swimming

Cedar Crest 114, McCaskey 56

The Lady Falcons were led by huge nights from Megan and Krysta Weik. Megan Weik won the 100 free in 59.34, and then the 200 free in 2:13.76. Krysta Weik won the 100 back in 1:06.84, then took the 100 butterfly in 1:07.82.

Palmyra 102, Bishop McDevitt 68

Samantha St. Claire and Ellie Keck each won two events to lead the Cougars. St. Claire won the 200 IM in 2:24.27, followed by the 500 freestyle in 5:29.10. Keck took the 50 free in 25.12, while winning the 100 butterfly in 1:00.71.

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