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Leb. Co. Highlights: Lebanon baseball downs Mennonite

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Game of the Day 

Lebanon baseball 12, Lancaster Mennonite 4

Clinging to a 5-4 lead after four innings, the Cedars put the game away with a three-run fifth and then a four-run seventh. Lebanon also had 13 hits. Antonio Collazo led the way going 1-for-4 with a double and three RBI, along with Cody Kissinger, who had a 2-for-5 day, including a double and two RBI.

Player of the Day 

John Lux, Cedar Crest boys lacrosse 

Lux recorded a seven-point night of six goals and an assist, though the Falcons still fell to Ephrata.

Boys tennis 

Annville-Cleona 5, Ephrata 2

William Klatchko and Koy Alwine led the way, defeating the Mountaineers' Ryan McKim and Nick Ohline 8-4 in No. 1 doubles, while Liam Nyce and Dan Tobias defeated Ephrata's Jaron Wenger and Jared Groff 8-4 in No. 3 doubles.

Cedar Crest 3, Central Dauphin 2 

The Falcons took all their singles matches against the Rams, including Jackson Muraika by 6-3, 6-1 count.

Altoona 3, Cedar Crest 2 

The Falcons were unable to carry the momentum from their win over Central Dauphin, losing both doubles matches and one singles match.


Pequea Valley 3, Northern Lebanon 0 

All three Braves runs came in the third, all unearned off five Vikings errors. Melanie Sheaffer had 11 strikeouts on the hill for NL.

Solanco 14, Cedar Crest 0

The Golden Mules took control early, jumping out to a 7-0 lead after two innings. They then added a five-run seventh. The Falcons had a tough day in the field with seven errors.

Boys lacrosse 

Ephrata 17, Cedar Crest 11

The Mountaineers pulled away by outscoring the Falcons 6-3 in the fourth quarter. Along with Lux, Mitchell Tice had a five-point night with a hat trick and two assists.