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Leb. Co. Highlights: Lebanon softball earns 1st win

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Game of the Day

Lebanon softball 10, Ephrata 7

The Cedars picked up their first win of 2017, pounding out 11 hits and scoring all 10 their runs in the first four innings.

Maggie Hinkel picked up the pitching win for Lebanon, now 1-5, striking out six in her complete game effort.

Player of the Day 

Ray Moore, Cedar Crest boys lacrosse 

Moore led the Falcons with a hat trick, though it wasn't enough as Cedar Crest fell to Lancaster County Day/Lancaster Catholic.


Annville-Cleona 12, Lebanon Catholic 0 (5 innings)

The Dutchmen wasted no time jumping out in front, scoring all 12 runs in the first two innings, including 10 in the first.

Northern Lebanon 5, Garden Spot 3

The Vikings rallied for four runs in the seventh to steal one from the Spartans. It’s a big win for NL (6-4, 3-3) looking to keep pace in a competitive Section 3.

Manheim Township 15, Cedar Crest 0 (5 innings)

The Blue Streaks took control early, scoring 12 runs in the first two innings.


Annville-Cleona, Lebanon Catholic

Manheim Township 3, Cedar Crest 2

The Falcons dropped a heartbreaker on the road after Township erased a late 2-0 deficit with one run in the sixth and two more for the walk-off in the seventh.

Ashley Maulfair took the hard-luck loss on the mound for Cedar Crest, now 1-6 overall and 1-4 in Section 1.

Donegal 15, Elco 0

The Raiders went down in three innings via the 15-run rule and hampered their cause greatly with seven errors in the field.

Lampeter-Strasburg 11, Northern Lebanon 0 (5 innings)

The Vikings' string of impressive performances came to an end in a five-inning loss to the mighty Pioneers.

Northern Lebanon (5-3, 2-3) had 5 hits in the loss, including doubles from Emma Kelliher and Haley Fegley.

Boys Track and Field 

Manheim Central 120, Elco 30

Tyler Horst was the lone winner for the Raiders, winning the Discus with a throw of 131’.

Girls Track and Field

Manheim Central 99, Elco 47

Alexis Thomas and Kaylynn Keepley won the only two events for the Raiders. Thomas won the Shot Put (33’ ½”), while Keepley won the Discus (87’1”).

Boys Lacrosse 

Lancaster Country Day/Lancaster Catholic 11, Cedar Crest 6

In Lancaster, the Falcons yielded 6 fourth quarter goals en route to the setback. Along with Moore's performance, Mitch Tice added a pair of scores and two assists for the Falcons.

Girls Lacrosse

Lancaster Country Day/Lancaster Catholic 13, Cedar Crest 2

The Lady Falcons were doomed by a slow start, trailing 7-1 by the half. Gracen Donmoyer and Emily Beard had both Cedar Crest goals.

Boys Tennis 

Cedar Crest 4, McCaskey 3

The Falcons squeaked out a win over the Red Tornado in South Lebanon, riding singles wins from Jack Muraika and Dylan Tull and doubles triumphs from Muraika and Max Mesaros and Tull and Ryan Knapp to the narrow victory.

Garden Spot, Lebanon

Lancaster Catholic 6, Annville-Cleona 1

A-C fell to the Crusaders in Section 2 action, with its lone victory coming from the No. 3 doubles team of Dan Tobias and Liam Nyce.

Lancaster Mennonite 7, Northern Lebanon 0

The Vikings endured another shutout loss, this time to the Blazers in a Section 2 encounter.

Mifflin County 3, Palmyra 2

While the Huskies took both doubles matches, Ben Clary and Quinn Marcus won their No. 1 and 2 singles matches, respectively. Clary won 6-0, 6-0 over the Huskies' Logan Kyle, while Marcus took his match over Mifflin County's Nate Bargo in a hard fought match, 6-4, 6-7 (6-8), 6-3.