Thursday, it was Kolby Bennett's time to shine. Friday, it was Allison Hresko's turn in the spotlight.
Safe to say, it was a good couple of days for Cedar Crest bowlers.
Bennett, a freshman, captured the Lancaster-Lebanon League boys bowling title on Thursday, a day before Hresko, a senior, brought home the L-L girls championship.
After qualifying as the second seed following Friday morning's first nine rounds at Dutch Lanes with an average of 219, Hresko advanced to the title match with a convincing 227-172 win over Ashley Sham of Warwick, setting up a meeting with defending champion Olivia Farwell of Elizabethtown for the championship.
There, Hresko pulled out a narrow 186-178 victory to claim the league title.
"This was my one goal this year, to finish on top in the L-L,” Hresko told Lancaster Online. “It’s amazing."
Hresko's Cedar Crest teammate, Paige Boyd, finished fourth.
NL's Ludwig inducted L-L Hall of Fame
Former Northern Lebanon athletic director and baseball coach Ed Ludwig was one of four new inductees into the Lancaster-Lebanon League Hall of Fame honored Friday night.
Ludwig, along with fellow Class of 2017 honorees E.Jerry Brooks, Gordie Kraft and Elmer Kreiser, was recognized at halftime of the L-L Boys Basketball championship between Lancaster Catholic and Lebanon High at Manheim Township.
A graduate of East Stroudsburg, Ludwig served as a teacher, coach and administrator at Northern Lebanon from 1970-2003, spending the last 17 years of his tenure as athletic director.
He guided the Viking baseball program for 25 years, capturing six section championships and two league titles along the way, while also coaching basketball and soccer at the school.
Ludwig was inducted into the Central Chapter of the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame in 1997.