In the final meeting of longtime Lebanon County rivals, ELCO trounced Annville-Cleona 49-7, with standout performances from Jake Williams, Steven Rosado, and Austin Yesko.
Despite early setbacks, the Lebanon football team continues to foster a positive outlook.
Cedar Crest rolled to a 24-0 victory over Northeast High School from Philadelphia on a night when it also paid tribute to fallen former teammate Michael Rivera.
Cougars’ all-hands-on-deck approach dooms Lebanon to another loss.
Little Dutchmen come up big, rushing over 470 yards for an easy win to start the season.
Following Frederick Gahres Stadium’s renovation, Northern Lebanon’s head coach, Jason Rice, is optimistic for the season, focusing on strong team dynamics and standout players like Kael Erdman and Luke Shaffer.
After a prolonged winless streak, the Lebanon Cedars football team, under coach Frank Isenberg, is focusing on unity and adapting their strategies, aiming to secure a single victory and build momentum from there.
Cedar Crest’s head coach Rob Wildasin, in the challenging Lancaster-Lebanon League, remains hopeful for a playoff spot in District 3 6A, highlighting his team’s unity and a strengthened roster for the 2023 season.
Despite significant player losses from graduation, Annville-Cleona’s football program, under the leadership of Matt Gingrich, continues to demonstrate resilience by fielding a competitive team, emphasizing quality over quantity, and focusing on daily improvement.
As ELCO football enters the 2023 season, they boast their largest roster ever in Bob Miller’s decade-plus as head coach with 67 players, prepare to unveil a new turf field, and aim to cement their standing in one of the state’s top leagues, Lancaster-Lebanon Section 4.
The Fifth Ward baseball team came together, put it all together, and scored one for hope.
This past weekend at Blue Mountain Golf Course in Fredericksburg, Logan Francis and Ben Allwein became two of the youngest local players ever to compete in the annual Lebanon County Amateur Golf Championship.
On a humid Sunday morning at the 6,059-yard, par-71 Blue Mountain Golf Course in Fredericksburg, Blake Reifsnyder secured his second straight title at the 65th annual Lebanon County Amateur Golf Championship.
Joe Buehler was the face of the Lebanon Valley College football. Behind the scenes, he was the Flying Dutchmen’s heart and soul.
Nine years have passed since Corkish became what is believed to be the first and only Lebanon County native to ever win an Olympic gold medal.