ANNVILLE – When Elco started the boys' soccer season with a 1-4 record, it did not remind anyone of one of the area's most respected soccer programs over the years. But now with a four-game winning streak, including Thursday night's 3-0 Lancaster-Lebanon League Section 3 win at Annville-Cleona, the Raiders are starting to look like the team Elco local fans expect to see.
LEBANON â€” Elizabethtown stayed unbeaten early in the season with a 38-19 win against Lebanon at Lebanon Alumni Stadium on Friday night.Though the Bears (3-0) did allow their first points of the season, they were able to come from behind twice to set themselves up well for when Lancaster-Lebanon League Section Two plays starts next week.Turning point: Lebanon (1-2) was facing a third-and-10 at its own 20-yard line in the first minute of the fourth quarter, trying to answer an 8-yard run by...
LEBANON â€” Though there were dramatic moments late in the game, Lebanon never trailed in a 28-21 win over Ephrata on Friday night at Lebanon Alumni Stadium.The Cedars (1-1) had leads of 21-0 and 28-7 in the first half before the Mounts (0-2) made a second-half push for their first win since 2012.After getting to within one score, Ephrata drove to the Lebanon 21 early in the fourth quarter, but was stopped by a fourth down incompletion.On their last possession, the Mounts never got past...
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