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BOYERTOWN — See ball. Smash ball.
YORK — A pair of Lancaster-Lebanon League boys volleyball squads made the trip to Central York on Tuesday night, looking to lock up berths in PIAA championship matches.
Much like the weather, Pequea Valley’s softball team remained blistering hot Monday afternoon, as the smoldering Braves slugged their way into the state quarterfinals.
Two Lancaster-Lebanon League boys volleyball teams will play in PIAA semifinal matches Tuesday, with the opportunity to punch their tickets to the biggest stage in the state.
You know the old sports adage about how tough it is to beat a team three times in the same season?
The PIAA boys volleyball tournament continues Saturday with the state quarterfinals in both classifications, and three L-L League teams will be on the court — in fact, two of them will be playing against each other for a spot in the semifinals.
The beat goes on for Hempfield’s boys volleyball team.
LEESPORT — When you start dropping Roman numerals at the end of a matchup, you know it’s a big deal. And it won’t get much bigger than Garden Spot vs. Manheim Central IV.
HARRISBURG — The curtain came down Monday on standout prep football careers for five Lancaster-Lebanon League players who became household names around our little neck of the woods.
HARRISBURG — Talk about capping your prep football career in style.
And then there were three.
MANCHESTER — Hempfield wasn’t going to be denied. Not in Lancaster-Lebanon League play. Not in District 3 play. And especially not Friday night.