[Photo Story] Behind the scenes at the 5th Annual Sweep the Streets High School Varsity 5-on-5 Tournament

3 min read24 views and 39 shares Posted July 1, 2019

LebTown ventured out to Southeast Playground on Saturday morning to capture the scene at the 5th Annual Sweep the Streets High School Varsity 5-on-5 Tournament.

The eight Lebanon County teams in the tournament were: Annville-Cleona, Cedar Crest, ELCO, Lebanon, Lebanon Catholic, Lebanon Christian, New Covenant, and Northern Lebanon.

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According to Pat Huggin’s dispatch from Lebanon Christian Academy, where the tournament relocated after the rain started Saturday afternoon, the ELCO Raiders ended Cedar Crest’s four year run at the tournament with a 58-32 title game victory over the Falcons.

The 12th Annual Sweep the Streets (Adult) Tournament will be held August 3-4. Teams (and sponsors) should contact the organizers on Facebook if interested.

See our photos from Saturday morning below.

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Players of New Covenant during warmups.
Robert Cleapor and George Rodriguez are the founders of the event. Angel Cruz, the third founder, is not pictured.
Coaches and players from Lebanon Christian Academy paying close attention during the game.
The event was sponsored by Maguire’s. Organizers are still looking for sponsors to support the adult tournament in August.
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An Annville-Cleona player gets ready to take a foul shot.
A member of the Lebanon Christian Academy squad shooting a foul shoot midgame.
AC players go over their plan.
Some cool refreshments were also available at the tournament via Robins Ice.
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Liz Espada (right) and Lebanon High School students Chris Luzon and Ivanna Cumba worked the concession stand.
All together, it was a nice morning to hang out and shoot some hoops. The afternoon was a different story, but we weren’t there for that part.

If you have an event and would like to see it included in an upcoming article or weekend planner, email it to us at news@leb.town.

All photos by Will Trostel.

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