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Lebanon Co. highlights: NL girls clinch tie of 2nd straight section title

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Game of the Day 

Northern Lebanon girls basketball 53, Lancaster Mennonite 37

Fresh off a gigantic win over Lancaster Catholic on Tuesday night, the Vikings clinched a tie for a second straight Section 3 title by holding off the Blazers in Lancaster.

Now 20-1 overall and 12-1 in Section 3, Northern Lebanon can clinch the section outright with a win at Elco on Tuesday night.

Liz Voight led a balanced NL attack with 13 points, Zoe Zerman added 11 and Megan Brandt 10, while Zara Zerman chipped in with 9 points for the winners.

Player of the Day

Kyle Kauffman, Lebanon Catholic boys basketball

Despite a blowout loss at Lancaster Catholic, the Beavers' Kyle Kauffman led Lebanon Catholic with a game-high 18 points.

Boys Basketball

Cedar Crest 58, Penn Manor 42

The Falcons pulled away in the fourth quarter, outscoring the Comets 17-7. Blake Thomson led Cedar Crest with a game-high 17 points.

Lancaster Catholic 75, Lebanon Catholic 41

It didn’t take long for the Crusaders to take control, outscoring the Beavers 13-3 and 25-10 in the first two quarters. Besides Kauffman's productive night, Humberto Valerio also had 12 points for Lebanon Catholic.

Annville-Cleona 60, Pequea Valley 54

The Dutchmen outscored the Braves 17-10 in the fourth quarter to pull off the win. Noah Myers led the Dutchmen with 20 points.

Columbia 58, Elco 57 

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Lancaster Mennonite 60, Northern Lebanon 41

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Girls Basketball

Cocalico 57, Lebanon 23

The Cedars were shut out in the third quarter en route to the lopsided loss, but again got a nice effort from Destiny Infante, who tallied 13 points.

Columbia 62, Elco 60

The Raiders dropped a heart-breaker after seeing a nine-point lead after the third quarter dissolve into a two-point defeat.

Taylor Bossert did what she could for Elco with 22 points and 5 3-pointers and Julia Nelson added 14 in a losing cause for the Raiders.

Harrisburg Academy 37, New Covenant 27

The Flames were outscored 26-11 after intermission on the way to the defeat. Jessica Hoover led New Covenant with 6 points.

Lower Dauphin 51, Palmyra 30

In Hummelstown, the Cougars took one on the chin after LD's Paulina Malinen dropped in a game-high 21 points and keyed a decisive 9-0 run to open the second quarter.

Amelia Baldo led Palmyra in defeat with 10 points.

Pequea Valley 54, Annville-Cleona 41 

A-C fell behind 16-5 after the first quarter and couldn't make up for it while falling to the Braves.

Michaela Singer was a bright spot in defeat with 15 points and three 3-pointers, while Chloe Inman also hit double figures with 13 points.


Cedar Crest 7, Conestoga Valley 0

Allison Hresko fired a 684 series that included a 278 in the second game to lead the Falcons to the shutout win.

Devin Eschelman added a 681 series, and Kolby Bennett a 656.