Category Archives: Basketball

How far can undefeated Crusaders go?

The Lancaster Catholic Crusaders are still undefeated with a 21-0 record. They remain the only undefeated team in District 3. Led by junior Kiki Jefferson, who is averaging 18.5 points…

Final Girls Standings/Playoff Brackets

We have come to the end of the road for the 2017-18 Girls Basketball regular season schedule. And with the loss by Cedar Crest last night to Donegal in the…

Final Boys Standings/ Playoff Brackets

The season flew by with a few surprise. Here are the final standings. Playoff play-in game is this Saturday with quarterfinals on Monday February 12th. Lampeter-Strasburg won their 3rd Section…

Bears tops Falcons in OT for 2nd place

With just over 3 minutes left in the game, the two-time defending Section One champion Cedar Crest Falcons were leading the Elizabethtown Bears 39-32. A win and the Falcons would…

Blazers in blow out win 66-43

With second place on the line in Section 3, the Lancaster Mennonite Blazers won a decisive victory against the Northern Lebanon Vikings 66-43. It was 21-20 at the half and…

Crusaders top Vikings at buzzer 55-54

FREDERICKSBURG: The Northern Lebanon Vikings were one game behind Lancaster Catholic in Section Three. They had to win this game for serious chance at the title with only two games…

Hempfield beats Falcons 72-55, lead by 2

With only two games left in their regular basketball season, the Section One first place Hempfield Black Knights defeated second place Cedar Crest 72-55 increasing their lead over them by…

Streaks beat Comets, 3-way tie for 1st

Well, there is still a three-way tie for first place in Section One. Manheim Township Streaks defeated Penn Manor tonight in Neffsville by a score of 62-57. The game was…

Cedar Crest 76 Township 73

It’s crunch time. With the playoffs right around the corner, Cedar Crest and Manheim Township went at it last night both fighting for a second place finish in Section One…

L-S thrashes Garden Spot 80-31

Before tonight’s matchup with Garden Spot, the Pioneers’ Ryan Smith had an L-L League and District 3 leading– five games with 30 or more points. And from the final score…