Despite eclipsing its season-high point total for a single game by 13, the Annville-Cleona boys basketball team (6-14, 4-10 Lancaster-Lebanon) fell, 77-72, at Lancaster Mennonite on Thursday. Noah Myers led eight different Little Dutchmen scorers with 24 points, while Isaac Burris and Matt Light each chipped in with a dozen. The Blazers jumped out to a halftime lead througha 27-point second quarter and held on from there.
Lancaster Mennonite had three players with at least 16 points, topped by Carter Hurst's 19. Annville-Cleona next tips off at Columbia on Friday.
Also in Thursday's action:
Cedar Crest 74, Warwick 46: The Falcons (15-5, 11-4) jumped back into the win column in a big way while honoring their seniors in The Cage. Cedar Crest held a 32-17 lead at halftime in its final home game of the season and outscored the Warriors in every quarter. Falcons senior Evan Horn posted a game-best 32 points, his second highest total of the season, while knocking down a season-best four 3-pointers.
Pequea Valley 56, Lebanon Catholic 39: Davian Perez dropped 14 points and Luke Frattaroli scored 11, but the Beavers (2-18, 0-15) couldn't keep pace with their visitors on Assumption Hill. Lebanon Catholic managed 13 points by halftime and only 11 in the second quarter, while the Braves kept building their lead until an even fourth. The Beavers next travel to Columbia on Tuesday.