Game of the day
Elco softball 9, Cocalico 8
The Raiders rallied for a dramatic win, erupting for five runs in the top of the seventh to pull out the victory under the lights at Stevens Fire Company.
Elco trailed 7-0 after three innings before putting together the comeback, which was highlighted by a triple and a home run from Sarah Yermalovich and three RBIs for Katie Fields.
Amaya Phillips picked up the pitching win for Elco, which banged out 12 hits en route to the come-from-behind victory.
Player of the day
Ben Clary, Palmyra boys tennis
Clary continued a stellar freshman season, advancing to the finals of the Mid-Penn Conference Class AAA singles tourney with a 7-6 (7-1), 6-2 semifinal triumph over Evan Hine of Waynesboro.
Clary, the top seed and the Lebanon County runner-up earlier this month, will play for the title on Monday at Central Dauphin East against Dante Falcucci of Hershey, a 6-0, 3-6, 6-2 winner over Cumberland Valley's Max Kluger.
Annville-Cleona 4, Manheim Central 2
A-C came up with a huge win, using a four-run third inning as the catalyst to move within two games of first place Lancaster Catholic in Section 4.
Mitch Long picked up the pitching win, striking out five in six innings of work on the mound.
Warwick 5, Cedar Crest 2
The Falcons gave the visiting Warriors all they could handle before surrendering three runs in the top of the 7th that sealed their fate.
Garden Spot 7, Lebanon 2
The Cedars fell behind 5-0 after 2 innings on the way to the defeat.
Warwick 6, Cedar Crest 0
Amanda Herr shut the Falcons out on six hits and benefited from a 13-hit attack and the two runs the Warriors pushed across in the bottom of the first.
Conestoga Valley 9, Lebanon 8
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