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Game of the Day 

Elco boys tennis 6, Donegal 1

In a solid afternoon for the Raiders, Mason Bennetch took his No. 1 singles match, 6-4, 7-5, while Dylan Spitler defeated Donegal's Aaron Stehan, 6-2, 6-3. In No 2. doubles, Elco's Dawson Smith and Adam Omar defeated Donegal's Jarrett Herr and Noah Hoffmaster, 8-2.

Players of the Day 

Stanley Miller and Cameron Hoch, Annville-Cleona boys track and field

Miller and Hoch each won three events in the Dutchmen's 97-53 win over Northern Lebanon. Miller took the 100-meter dash in 11.4, followed by the 200-meter dash in 23.2, and the long jump in 20.75. Hoch won the 300 IH in 44.4, then the shot put (38' 1/4"), and the javelin (155' 11").


Palmyra 12, Harrisburg 0 (5 innings)

Three runs in each inning did the job for the Cougars. Brian Coburn, Carl Reigle, and Sam Zeigler each had two RBI for Palmyra.


Fleetwood 11, Elco 1 (5 innings)

A seven-run second inning doomed the Raiders, who also committed four errors.

Harrisburg 3, Palmyra 0

Harrisburg scored all three runs in the bottom of the fifth, taking advantage of two Palmyra errors.

Girls lacrosse 

Palmyra 11, CD East 5

Nikki Bowman and Cheyenne Sprecher each had five points to lead the Cougars. Bowman had four goals and an assist, while Sprecher had five goals.

Boys tennis 

Hershey 4, Palmyra 1

Ben Clary had the lone win for the Cougars in No. 1 singles against their rival, defeating the Trojan's Dante Falcucci 7-6, 6-3.

Manheim Central 7, Annville-Cleona 0

In a tough afternoon for the Dutchmen, Koy Alwine and Andrew Speraw came just short in the No. 1 and No. 2 singles matches, respectively. Alwine fell to the Barons' Trey Bury 6-3, 6-4, while Speraw fell to Manheim Central's Jared Goff, 7-5, 6-1.

Pequea Valley 7, Northern Lebanon 0

The Vikings were shut out in all but three matches, including Nick White, who fell 6-0, 6-1 in his No. 1 singles match.

Boys track and field 

Annville-Cleona 97, Northern Lebanon 53

In addition to the big days from Miller and Hoch, Noah Myers won the discus with a throw of 122' 7." The Vikings' Jordan Beger was won the 1600 meter in 5:06, and the 3200 meter in 11:26.

Susquehanna Township 84, Palmyra 66

No information from this meet was provided.

Cedar Crest 86, Conestoga Valley 63

Jesse Cruise led the Falcons with two wins, including the 400-meter dash in 52.3, and the 1600-meter run in 4:29.

Girls track and field 

Annville-Cleona 102, Northern Lebanon 48

Reagan Hess led the Dutchmen winning three events, including the 100-meter run in 12.3, the 200-meter run in 25.8, and the long jump (18' 61/2"). Eriley Torres won two events for A-C, including the javelin (97' 1"), and the shot put (33'6"). Ditzler won two events for the Vikings, including the 1600-meter race in 6:51, and the 3200-meter race in 15:35.

Palmyra 108, Susquehanna Township 42

No information from this meet was provided.

Cedar Crest 104, Conestoga Valley 46

The Lady Falcons had plenty of athletes with multiple wins, including Destinee Holloman, Cate Strunk and Ariel Jones. Holloman won the 100-meter dash in 12.4, followed by the long jump (35'1/2"). Strunk won the 1600-meter race in 5:46, and the 3200-meter race in 12:31. Jones won the triple jump (35'1/2"), and the high jump (4"10').

Boys volleyball 

Palmyra 3, Mechanicsburg 1 (20-25, 25-20, 25-21, 26-24)

In a hard fought match, Collin Nissley led the Cougars with 12 kills, one ace, and two blocks, while Joey McInerney had 10 kills and 11 digs.

Cocalico 3, Lebanon 0 (25-19, 25-14, 25-21)

Tyler Bolden led the Cedars with 14 assists, while Paul Heagy and Letnad Jimenez Velasquez each had four kills and an ace.

Penn Manor 3, Cedar Crest 0 (25-10, 25-11, 25-14)

Mark Johns led the Falcons with four kills and two digs in a rough night.

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