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The championship tilts are set for Thursday’s Lancaster-Lebanon League lacrosse tournaments. The boys game will start at 5:30 p.m., followed by the girls at 7:45 p.m. Both games will be played at Conestoga Valley High School. Below is a look at both matchups.
Competing in the Lancaster-Lebanon League boys lacrosse tournament for the first time since 2007, Conestoga Valley scored the first two goals against Hempfield in Tuesday’s semifinal.
Below is the list of Lancaster-Lebanon League girls lacrosse all-stars for the 2021 season. These all-stars were selected by the L-L girls lacrosse coaches.
The NCAA Division III women’s lacrosse tournament is already underway, now down to the Round of 16, with one Lancaster-Lebanon League alum on a team that will be in action later this week.
For much of his life, Warwick High School sophomore Jackson Diffenderfer has been cheering for others.
In a normal year, all lacrosse games on the Lancaster-Lebanon League schedule would likely be completed by now. But as has been the case since the start of the academic year of 2020-21, this isn’t normal. In regards to this spring, at least a dozen combined boys and girls L-L lacrosse teams …
The Manheim Township girls lacrosse team completed the job Thursday night in the form of a 15-8 Lancaster-Lebanon League win over visiting Hempfield.
In the long history of Lancaster Catholic High School boys basketball, the program boasts just one player that landed an athletic scholarship on an NCAA Division I men’s basketball roster. That distinction belongs to 1987 alum Tom Bennetch, who went on to captain the 1991 St. Francis Red Fla…
The Ephrata boys lacrosse team found itself down four goals 90 seconds into the start of the second half at Lampeter-Strasburg’s Pioneer Field on Tuesday night. It’s then the visiting Mountaineers rallied for three quick scores over two minutes to cut their deficit to one score. But the Ephr…
Lancaster-Lebanon League boys tennis all-stars for the 2021 season were recognized Monday evening during the course of the league championship festivities at Conestoga Valley.
Warwick senior Kai Cipalla is already busy executing his offseason plan.
Next Sunday, May 9, the NCAA men’s and women’s lacrosse tournaments fields will be announced for Division I, II and III.