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Game of the Day 

Palmyra girls basketball 54, Hershey 26

The Lady Cougars pulled away with a big third quarter, outscoring the Trojans 23-5. They also got a big night offensively from Hayley Schultz. Read about her big night below.

Player of the Day 

Hayley Schultz, Palmyra girls basketball

Schultz led the Lady Cougars in their 28-point win over rival Hershey with a game-high 20 points on seven field goals, and finishing 1-for-2 from the line.

Boys Basketball 

Lancaster Mennonite 80, Annville-Cleona 53

It just wasn't the Dutchmen's night, digging themselves too deep a hole to overcome early, outscored 21-9 in the first quarter. Don Friday led A-C with 18 points.

Lebanon 71, Conestoga Valley 60

The Cedars had a balanced scoring attack in the win on Senior Night, led by Camryn Shaak with 14 points, followed by Dante Vargas with 11, and Khalique Washington with 10.

Columbia 81, Lebanon Catholic 21

In a night to forget for the Beavers, Kyle Kauffman led the way with 12 points. The Crimson Tide rolled from the jump, with a 22-7 first quarter.

Lancaster Catholic 55, Northern Lebanon 40

The Crusaders pulled away with a 16-8 second quarter. Alex Yeager led the Vikings with 13 points.

Girls Basketball 

Lebanon Catholic 57, Columbia 38

The Beavers pulled away in the second quarter, outscoring the Crimson Tide 14-4. Jasmine Turner led the way with a game-high 16 points, one of three players in double figures.

Pequea Valley 59, Elco 56 (OT)

In a heartbreaking loss, the Lady Raiders were edged out in the extra session, 9-6. Julia Nelson led Elco with 14 points.

Lancaster Mennonite 46, Annville-Cleona 40 (OT)

The Lady Dutchmen hung tough with the Blazers, but were outscored 6-0 in the extra session. Michaela Singer led the way tied for a game-high 13 points.

Garden Spot 46, Lebanon 45

In a heartbreaking loss for the Cedars, Destiny Infante led the way with an 18-point performance.

Christian School of York 45, New Covenant Christian 28

The Lady Crusaders pulled away in the second quarter, outscoring the Flames 15-4.

Wrestling

Hershey 51, Cedar Crest 15

In a tough loss for the Falcons, three wrestlers did earn wins, led by Ross Fisher at 285, pinning the Trojan's Seth Strohm in 3:51.

Bowling 

Cocalico 7, Elco 0

In a rough day for the Raiders, Ryan Stone led the way with an average score of 203.33, including a 226 in Game Two.

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