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Lebanon County HS Highlights- Sept. 26

Game of the Day

Cedar Crest girls volleyball 3, Lebanon 0

The Cedar Bowl of girls volleyball went to the Falcons, who rolled to a sweep by scores of 25-19, 25-13, 25-14.

Grace Miller (8 kills) and Brooklyn Varner (17 assists) led the way for the Falcons, and Mackenzie Peiffer added five aces and 13 digs.

For Lebanon, Aleishka Perez Silva was the catalyst, producing five kills, seven digs and two blocks, and Maggie Hinkel chipped in with eight assists.

Player of the Day

Sean Bordner, Palmyra boys soccer

The Palmyra boys soccer team didn't necessarily need a hat trick from anyone to beat Shippensburg on Monday night. But Sean Bordner gave the Cougars one anyway.

Bordner scored Palmyra's first, fourth and last goal to lift Palmyra to a convincing 7-3 win that helped it improve to 4-5-1 overall. Bordner began his three-goal night by scoring 1:19 into the first and concluded it by scoring the Cougars' final goal in the 71st minute.

Boys Soccer

Palmyra 7, Shippensburg 3

At In The Net, the Cougars enjoyed a scoring extravaganza, riding Bordner's hat trick to the lopsided win. Matt Hines, Luke Higgins and Nick Jelliff also scored for Palmyra, which pretty much settled the outcome by jumping to a 3-0 halftime lead.

Cocalico 5, Lebanon 0

In Denver, the Cedars were blanked again while being outshot 12-1 in this Section Two encounter.

Oley Valley 2, Annville-Cleona 0

On the road in Berks County, A-C surrendered both goals in the first half and couldn't make up the difference despite Robert Enigk and Koy Alwine combining for six saves in goal to keep the visitors in the game.

Girls Soccer

Elco 4, Middletown 0

At Middletown, the Raiders stayed unbeaten, improving to 10-0 by blanking the Blue Raiders in this non-conference affair.

Emily Bidelspach, Taylor Bossert, Julia Nelson and Ryelle Shuey each scored for Elco, which tallied of those four goals in the first half.

Palmyra 7, Shippensburg 1

In Shippensburg, a pair of goals from Mara Bowman lifted the Cougars to the easy win.

Field Hockey

Conestoga Valley 3, Cedar Crest 0

In Witmer, the Falcons endured the final half of a season sweep by the Buckskins, who jumped to a 2-0 halftime lead and never relinquished control.

Lancaster Catholic 5, Northern Lebanon 1

In Lancaster, the Vikings got a goal from Heather Wolfe in the second half, and 14 saves from Hannah Whitman, but it wasn't enough to stop the Section Three leaders, who were paced by two goals from Alexis Howe.

Lancaster Mennonite 3, Lebanon 0

At Lebanon, the Cedars hung in for a while with the help of eight saves in goal from Maddie Gates, but couldn't muster any offense to aid the cause.

Girls Tennis 

Cedar Crest 7, Penn Manor 0

In South Lebanon, the Falcons dropped just four games total in seven matches en route to the easy win.

Keeley Hartman, Tatyana Golub, Abbey Castor and Serena Cheng each posted singles victories for Cedar Crest.

Elizabethtown 6, Lebanon 1

At Lebanon, the Cedars got a win from Jackie Checo at No. 4 singles but were unable to win any sets in the other six matches.

Pequea Valley 7, Annville-Cleona 0

In Annville, the hosts were unable to win a set en route to the shutout loss. Regan Donecker led the way for Pequea with a 6-0, 6-0 win over Katie Nyce at No. 1 singles.