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Lebanon County HS Highlights - Jan. 17

Game of the Day

Northern Lebanon boys basketball 64, Annville-Cleona 58

Northern Lebanon split the season series with the win. The big three of Alex Yeager,Michigan Daub, and Caleb Light led the Vikings in scoring once again, as Yeager finished with a team-high 21 points, while Daub and Light added 13 points.  Noah Myers led the Dutchmen with a game-high 27 points

Player of the Day 

Alexis Hill, Lebanon Catholic girls basketball 

Hill had a monster night in the Beavers' 75-50 win over Pequea Valley with a game-high 31 points, including 13 points in the third quarter. Hill reached her point total without hitting a single three, recording 15 field goals, and finishing 3-of-4 from the foul line. 

Boys Basketball 

Lancaster Catholic 55, Elco 49

The Raiders gave Catholic all it could handle behind 15 points from Mason Bossert and 13 more from Nate Beamer.

Lebanon 73, Manheim Township 68

The Cedars outscored the Blue Streaks 24-20 in the fourth quarter to pull away. Luis Aquino-Rios led Lebanon with a team-high 21 points, while Tyler Crespo led Manheim Township with a game-high 28 points. 

Palmyra 66, Susquehanna Township 62

The Cougars came up with a big road win, led by a 33-point explosion by Bryant Willis. Isaac Blatt added 12 points and Braden Vernet had 10 for the Cougars, who survived Township's 26-point fourth quarter.

Pequea Valley 62, Lebanon Catholic 51

After being outscored by the Braves 22-9 in the third quarter, the Beavers fought back in outscoring PV 20-9 in the fourth, but fell short. Kyle Kauffman led the Beavers with a team-high 20 points, while Nate Hatzfeld had 19 points. 

Girls Basketball

Lancaster Catholic 54, Elco 30

Fresh off a nice win over Hamburg on Monday night, the Raiders managed just one point in the first quarter en route to the lopsided loss.

Julia Nelson was a bright spot in defeat for Elco with 12 points.

Ephrata 30, Lebanon 15

In a rough night offensively, the Cedars only recorded one point by halftime, which came in the second quarter. Lebanon did bounce back with 10 points in third, but only could muster 4 points in the fourth. 

Lebanon Catholic 75, Pequea Valley 50

In addition to Hill's big night, Celine Mars led the Beavers with 13 points, followed by Jasmine Turner with 11 points. 

Northern Lebanon 48, Annville-Cleona 18

Up ten at the half, the Vikings put the game out of reach in the third, outscoring the Lady Dutchmen 13-0. Zara Zerman led the Vikings with a game-high 17 points. 

Palmyra 54, Susquehanna Township 48

The Lady Cougars jumped out to a big lead early, outscoring the Indians 14-2 in the first quarter. Amelia Baldo led Palmyra with a game-high 19 points, with Olivia Richardson right behind her with 18 points. 

Boys Swimming

Penn Manor 104, Cedar Crest 66

The Falcons got a win from Matthew Moffitt in the backstroke, but it wasn't enough to knock off the Comets in this Section 1 battle.

Girls Swimming

Cedar Crest 90, Penn Manor 90

The Falcons squeaked out a big win to improve to 6-1 overall and 2-1 in Section 1.