Game of the Day
Cedar Crest 57, Conestoga Valley 27
Still unbeaten, and largely unchallenged.
In South Lebanon on Tuesday night, the Falcons upped their unbeaten record to 17-0 in part by outscoring CV 29-5 in the second half.
Ariel Jones paced Cedar Crest (10-0 Section 1) with 15 points and Alyssa Austin added 11 points to the lopsided win.
The Falcons now own a two-game lead in Section 1 with four games left to play.
Player of the Day
Camryn Shaak, Lebanon boys basketball
To say Shaak was feeling it on Tuesday night would be an understatement. The junior guard nailed 6 3-point shots and popped in a team-high 19 points as the Cedars stayed unbeaten in Section 1 with a 69-44 rout of Warwick in Lititz that gave head coach Tim Speraw his 100th career coaching win.
Three of Shaak's 3-pointers came in the first quarter as Lebanon raced to a 19-4 lead that would only increase as the night went on.
Cedar Crest 74, Conestoga Valley 42
The Falcons poured it on in the second and third quarters to pull away. Cedar Crest outscored CV 22-10 in the second, then 19-5 in the third. The Falcons had four guys in double figures, including Blake Thomson and Dylan Miller finishing with a game-high 14 points.
Columbia 80, Northern Lebanon 49
The Vikings' postseason hopes took a major blow after the Crimson Tide exploded for 44 first half points en route to the lopsided win.
Caleb Light hit for 15 points to lead NL in defeat, while Michigan Daub contributed 13 points and Alex Yeager chipped in with 10.
Lancaster Catholic 49, Annville-Cleona 35
A-C fell behind 30-15 at the half and couldn't make up much ground after the break in this Section 3 defeat.
Donald Friday was the high scorer for the Dutchmen with 9 points.
Lebanon 69, Warwick 44
The Cedars undefeated run in Section One after they ran the Warriors out of their own gym by 25 points, earning coach Tim Speraw's 100th career win.
Shaak's big night from 3-point territory fronted the rout, and Luis Aquinos-Rios continued his strong play with 12 points. Shaq Ortiz also hit double figures in the win with 11 points.
Elco 70, Lebanon Catholic 40
In Myerstown, the Raiders snapped a four-game losing streak in emphatic fashion against county rival Lebanon Catholic.
The win left Elco 5-12 overall and 4-6 in Section 3. No other details were reported.
Lebanon Catholic 59, Elco 35
On Assumption Hill, the Beavers gave head coach Patti Hower career win No. 699 by routing the Raiders behind 23 points from Alexis Hill.
Jasmine Turner added 11 points for Lebanon Catholic, which settled the outcome with a 22-4 dash through the third quarter.
Manheim Central 59, Lebanon 27
The Cedars were outscored 18-2 in the first quarter and things didn't improve much from there.
Ary'Anna Ortolaza was a bright spot in defeat for winless Lebanon with 10 points.
Bishop McDevitt 44, Palmyra 35
The Cougars dropped their third straight after McDevitt took control with a 17-7 burst through the third quarter.
Amelia Baldo was the high scorer for Palmyra with 15 points and Annabelle Copeland added 10.
Lancaster Catholic 56, Annville-Cleona 19
A-C was held to single digits in every quarter in the lopsided loss. Michaela Singer accounted for 11 of A-C's 19 points.
Red Lion Christian School 44, Lebanon Christian Academy 31
Red Lion Christian got off to a hot start, outscoring Lebanon Christian 18-6 in the first quarter. Mary Griffith and Chloe Monk led the way with seven points each.
Manheim Township 107, Cedar Crest 63
The Falcons fell to perennial power Township, but Matthew Moffitt was a bright spot, winning the 100 freestyle and the backstroke.
Manheim Township 112, Cedar Crest 58
Caitlyn Gelgot and Krysta Weik each won 2 events, but the Falcons were still beaten soundly by Township in this Section 1 matchup.
McCaskey 5, Northern Lebanon 2
In the close loss for the Vikings, Ambrose Shirk led the way with a productive day, averaging a score of 220.33, including a 253 in game two.