Solanco's wrestling team romped over visiting Manheim Township Thursday to set up a showdown for the Section One title on Wednesday, January 27.
The Mules will take on Warwick and Solanco can clinch its seventh straight section title with a victory.
It was a somewhat frustrating week for the Solanco boys basketball team.
The Mules suffered two losses including a gut-wrenching defeat to Conestoga Valley last Thursday night.
"It was an unfortunate situation," coach Scott Long said. "We were up all game and they made a run at the end."
The Mules' Aaron Constein hit a three-pointer to put his team up by a point with 50 seconds remaining.
Solanco's girls basketball team lost its lone game of the week.
The Mules lost 47-32 to Elizabethtown Tuesday, January 19. E-town led 24-20 at halftime and broke the game open by outscoring Solanco 15-6 in the third quarter.
It was an impressive week for the Solanco boys basketball team.
The Mules won two of three crossover games including a 67-64 victory over visiting McCaskey Friday night.
Solanco's girls basketball team is happy to say goodbye to crossover games.
The Mules dropped their last two games against Section One foes after posting a win over Penn Manor.
Solanco's girls basketball team (3-10) split a pair of games last week.
The Mules lost 53-31 to host Ephrata Friday night.
The Solanco wrestling team finished 11th in the 15-team Manheim holiday tournament.
Easton (215) topped the team standings followed by Shikellamy (139), State College Area (131), Palisades (125.5), Spring-Ford (124), J.W. Robinson (123), Council Rock North (117), Manheim Central (110.5), Garnet Valley (90), Bald Eagle Area (82.5), Solanco (76), West Chester Henderson (65), New Kent (57), Bedford (56), and Methacton (42.5).
Turnovers plagued the Solanco girls basketball team in two losses at the Warwick Holiday Tournament.
The Mules lost 47-31 to Wilson in the consolation game last Wednesday.
Solanco fell behind 14-4 in the first quarter and trailed 26-8 at halftime.
"We had some execution issues," Mules coach Chad McDowell said. "We got intimidated a little bit early. They came ready to play and we weren't."
In the first half, it was the worst of quarters then the best of quarters.
Then the same thing happened in the second half.
By the time the dust had settled, Solanco had come away with a 64-56 victory over Lower Dauphin last Wednesday in the consolation game of the East Pennsboro Holiday Tournament.