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Game of the Day
Cedar Crest girls lacrosse 18, Garden Spot 3
The Falcons earned their second win of the season, after a dominating first half, outscoring the Spartans 12-1. Hanna Lewis and Emily Beard each led the way with four point nights. Lewis had four goals, while Beard recorded a hat trick and an assist.
Players of the Day
Hayden Johnson and Michigan Daub, Northern Lebanon baseball
Johnson and Daub each had home runs in the Vikings' 13-11 loss to Lancaster Mennonite.
Annville-Cleona 12, Lebanon 0 (5 innings)
A seven-run fourth inning helped the Dutchmen end this one early. It was a tough day for the Cedars in the field, committing seven errors. They were also held to just one hit by A-C's Sal Biondollo, who also struck out six and only walked two.
Lancaster Mennonite 13, Northern Lebanon 11
In a wild game in Fredericksburg, the Vikings seventh inning rally fell short, coming into the inning trailing 13-9. Besides the Johnson and Daub homers, Austin Barry and Kody Ream also had a double each for NL.
Lampeter-Strasburg 4, Cedar Crest 3
The Falcons saw a 3-0 lead slip away, allowing the Pioneers to score a run in the fifth, two in the sixth, and then one in the seventh to complete the comeback.
Elco 21, Lebanon Catholic 1 (3 innings)
A 13-run second inning helped the Raiders down the Beavers quickly. Kyle Knight pitched a one-hit shutout, striking out six while walking only one.
Cedar Crest 14, Garden Spot 6
Like the girls team, the boys also earned their second win this season, pulling away in the fourth by outscoring the Spartans 8-1. Hunter Craig led the way with a six-point night of five goals and an assist.
Elizabethtown 6, Annville-Cleona 1
The lone Dutchmen win came in No. 1 doubles, with William Klatchko and Koy Alwine defeating the Bears' Lucas Overmoyer and Conner Babinchak.
Donegal 7, Annville-Cleona 1
Up 2-1 in the sixth, the Indians pulled away with a five-run inning. The Dutchmen had a rough day in the field with six errors.
Elco 23, Lebanon Catholic 0 (5 innings)
A nine-run fifth inning helped the Raiders end it early. Amaya Philips had a big day for Elco, pitching a one-hit shutout, while also driving in seven runs on a 3-for-4 day. Alyssa Derr also finished 3-for-4 for Elco.
Hempfield 20, Lebanon 0 (5 innings)
The Cedars allowed 12 runs over the final two innings, while also committing five errors.
Northern Lebanon 15, Lancaster Mennonite 0 (5 innings)
A seven-run third inning helped the Vikings cruise. Emma Kelliher pitched a two-hit shutout for NL, while fanning 11 batters and walking only one. The Blazers also committed seven errors.
Garden Spot 18, Cedar Crest 3
The Spartans scored eight runs in the second inning to begin pulling away. The Falcons had a day to forget in the field with nine errors.