The Lancaster Lebanon League is looking to better “brand” itself and currently does not have an official logo. We would like to endorse an official logo and are reaching out to groups, schools and organizations for designs.
The Lancaster Lebanon League is composed of 26 school districts and 2 associate members. For more information, contact the league web site, l-lleague.com, or Amanda Howe at Pequea Valley High School.
Please submit logos to Amanda Howe digitally at Amanda_howe@pequeavalley.org or hard copy to her attention at Pequea Valley High School, PO Box 287, Kinzers, PA 17535.
The logo chosen will receive a $500 cash award. Contest deadline is November 1, 2018.
The Lancaster/Lebanon Athletic League is seeking applicants for a new Executive Director for the league beginning July 1, 2019. The Executive Director is responsible for the athletic operations of the 26 schools and 2 associate schools in the Lancaster/Lebanon league. Responsibilities include the general day to day operations and administration of activities of the league, efficient business operations and planning. The Executive Director will advise and make recommendations to the athletic directors, as well as the Board of Control, concerning activities associated with the Lancaster/Lebanon league.
Qualifications would include past administrative experience, athletic experience, knowledge of the Lancaster/Lebanon league, District III and PIAA. Strong clerical skills, computer literacy, personal skills, marketing and business background are recommended for this position. This position has a great deal of flexibility, however, it does constitute attending league playoffs and championship events. Salary will be based on experience and qualifications.
Please feel free to contact Arlen Mummau, Principal at Pequea Valley School District & Lancaster/Lebanon Board of Control President for additional information at 717-768-5500. You can also contact the current Executive Director, Richard Balderston for more information. 717-367-1990
Applicants may submit a resume and application to Amanda Howe at Pequea Valley School District. Amanda_howe@pequeavalley.org Pequea Valley High School PO BOX 287 Kinzers, PA 17535
After evaluating the field conditions and looking at the radar the decision has been made to not play the LL Finals tonight. The contest will not be rescheduled.
- The next few days are predicted to be even worse than today.
- Both teams are highly ranked in Districts (# 1 and # 3) and have their first game on Tuesday, and trying to squeeze a game in Monday night before the District tourney is not preferred by either school.
- In accordance with PIAA rules, no practice or game can occur after a team’s last post-season game so delaying the game to June is not an option.
Due to all of these factors, the decision has been made to name Solanco and Donegal co-champions this year. Although this isn’t ideal, and the softball community would have loved to see that match-up, the risks of someone getting hurt or playing in adverse conditions trumps any reward that playing the game may provide.
Both Solanco and Donegal have had championship-worthy seasons so having them as co-champions seems fitting. Thanks for everyone’s patience and understanding throughout this challenging week (and season).
Best of luck to everyone that qualified for Districts.
Semifinals for Boys Volleyball and Softball are complete.
On the court, Hempfield returned to the finals 3-0 (25-13, 25-14, 25-21) where they will face Manheim Central. The Barons also won 3-0 (26-24, 25-17, 25-23). The finals will be Wednesday, 5/16 at 7 pm at Manheim Township.
On the diamond, Solanco won 5-2 and Donegal 2-1 in a pair of great games. The finals will be Wednesday, at 7 at Warwick.
Here are the final results for the 2018 Lancaster-Lebanon League Track and Field Season
* League Meet Team Champions
New League Records set at the 2018 League Meet:
Girls 200 m Dash
Leah Graybill; 24.72, Warwick
Girls 3200 m Run
Jamie Zamrin; 10:51.76, Cocalico
Girls 1600 m Relay
Warwick; 3:57.06, Palacio-Lewis, Williamson, Quinn, Kline
Girls Pole Vault
Mackenzie Horn; 12′ 0″, Manheim Township
Boys 1600 m Relay
McCaskey; 3:21.17, Henry, Manning, Deleon, Del Rosario
Girls Event Results:
- 4×800 m Relay: McCaskey
- 100 m Hurdles: Jane Livingston (Conestoga Valley)
- 100 m Dash: Leah Graybill (Warwick)
- 1600 m Run: Katie Locker (Elizabethtown)
- 4×100 m Relay: Warwick
- 400 m Dash: Shayla Bonzelet (Cedar Crest)
- 300 m Hurdles: Leah Sassaman (Manheim Township)
- 800 m Run: Katie Locker (Elizabethtown)
- 200 m Dash: Leah Graybill (Warwick)
- 3200 m Run: Jamie Zamrin (Cocalico)
- 4×400 m Relay: Warwick
- Long Jump: Aviona Saunders (Conestoga Valley)
- High Jump: Brooke Gilbert (Penn Manor)
- Triple Jump: Juliette Delmotte (Warwick)
- Pole Vault: Mackenzie Horn (Manheim Township)
- Shot Put: Anna Cooney (Solanco)
- Discus: Hannah Woelfling (Cedar Crest)
- Javelin: Mackenzie Hainley (Cocalico)
Boys Event Results
- 4×800 m Relay: Ephrata
- 110 m Hurdles: Taraje Whitfield (Penn Manor)
- 100 m Dash: Ezra Mellinger (Lampeter-Strasburg)
- 1600 m Run: Nathan Grucelski (Conestoga Valley)
- 4×100 m Relay: McCaskey
- 400 m Dash: Leonel Del Rosario (McCaskey)
- 300 m Hurdles: Taraje Whitfield (Penn Manor)
- 800 m Run: Tyler Shue (Ephrata)
- 200 m Dash: Leonel Del Rosario (McCaskey)
- 3200 m Run: Andrew Foster (Ephrata)
- 4×400 m Relay: McCaskey
- Long Jump: Ezra Mellinger (Lampeter-Strasburg)
- High Jump: Elie Basenga (Ephrata)
- Triple Jump: Avery Walker (Donegal)
- Pole Vault: Carter Ryan (Manheim Central)
- Shot Put: Casey McCollum (Penn Manor)
- Discus: Brooks Bear (Donegal)
- Javelin: Alexander Scheivert (Penn Manor)
Full 2018 Results
Playing at 2 sites, all the games are completed for the softball quarterfinals.
Garden Spot beat Pequea Valley 12-9
Warwick beat Lampeter-Strasburg 6-2
Solanco beat Annville-Cleona 6-2
Donegal beat Penn Manor 4-3
Monday’s Semifinals at Warwick
Warwick vs Solanco at 5:30
Donegal vs Garden Spot at 7:30
Solanco is home team by virtue of being a section champion, Donegal is home team decided by a coin toss
Baseball got 3 of 4 games in prior to the evening’s storms. Lancaster Catholic vs Lampeter-Strasburg will be played Monday, 4/14 at 4 pm at Ephrata’s War Memorial Field.
Quarterfinal games that were completed:
Ephrata beat Annville Cleona 8-0
Cedar Crest beat Cocalico 6-2
Warwick beat Manheim Central 4-0
Tuesday’s Semifinals at Ephrata’s War Memorial Field
Ephrata vs Warwick, 4 pm (Ephrata is home team because they are section champions)
Cedar Crest plays the winner of Lancaster Catholic vs Lampeter-Strasburg at 7 pm
2018 Baseball Bracket
Section Champions won in their home gyms in the Boys Volleyball Quarterfinals, along with McCaskey and Warwick. Semifinals are Monday at Lancaster Mennonite:
Hempfield vs McCaskey at 6 pm
Manheim Central vs Warwick at 7:30 pm
Here is the rundown for this weekend’s slate of spring playoffs. Kudos to the sports chairpersons that had to wait on make up and tiebreaker games, navigate tiebreaker criteria, maneuver around proms, and in the case of Baseball and Softball, hope for good weather!
Boys Volleyball Quarterfinals
Friday, May 11th, hosted by Section Champions
Hempfield vs Cocalico at Hempfield, 5:30 pm
Lancaster Mennonite vs McCaskey at Hempfield, 7 pm
Manheim Central vs Penn Manor at Manheim Central, 4 pm
Warwick vs Garden Spot at Manheim Central, 5:30 pm
Winners from both sites will meet in Monday’s Semifinals
Saturday, May 12th at Ephrata’s War Memorial
Ephrata vs Annville-Cleona, 10 am
Cedar Crest vs Cocalico, 1 pm
Manheim Central vs Warwick, 4 pm
Lancaster Catholic vs Lampeter-Strasburg, 7 pm
Teams’ listed first are section champions and will be the home team
2018 Baseball Bracket
Saturday, May 12th
Lampeter-Strasburg vs Warwick at Penn Manor, 12:15 pm
Solanco vs Annville-Cleona at Penn Manor, 2:30 pm
Pequea Valley vs Garden Spot at Conestoga Valley, 12:15 pm
Penn Manor vs Donegal at Conestoga Valley, 2:30 pm
Teams’ listed first are section champions and will be the home team
Winners from both sites will meet in the Semifinals
Mother’s day weekend means lots of spring playoffs, and that includes Track and Field to be held at Hempfield.
Friday events on the track are preliminaries for the 100 m dash, 200 m dash, 100/110 hurdles and finals for the 3200 m run. In the field it is boys javelin, girls discus, boys long jump, girls triple jump, girls pole vault and boys high Jump. Events start at 4 pm.
Saturday morning events are finals in the 3200 m relay, 100/110 hurdles, 100 m dash, 1600 m run, boys shot put, girls javelin, girls high jump, boys pole vault. Morning events start at 10 a.m.
Saturday afternoon is finals in the 400 m relay, 400 m dash, 300 m hurdles, 800 m run, 200 m dash, 1600 m relay, boys discus, boys triple jump, girls shot put and girls long jump.
Below is the tentative schedule for events and heat sheets for all events. The schedule will be adjusted as needed based on weather, and heats will be reseeded when athletes scratch from an event.
2018 Track and Field Championship Schedule
2018 Track and Field Championship Initial Heat Sheets
The 2018 Boys and Girls Lacrosse Championships are set, and if you are a fan of the Blue Streaks it is one stop shopping.
On the girls side Lancaster Country Day/Lancaster Catholic beat Hempfield 17-8. They will face Manheim Township, an 18-9 winner over Cocalico. The girls championship is game one of a championship double header to be played Thursday, May 10th at Lebanon Valley College at 5:30 pm.
For the boys, Hempfield dispatched Warwick 15-8. They draw Manheim Township, who beat Penn Manor 12-3 in the other semifinal. The boys championship will follow the girls with game time being approximately 7:30 pm.