Solanco's Billy Cooney captured two district gold medals and Troy Miller prevailed in one event and finished second in another.
Cooney won the 110 hurdles in 14.42 and the 300 hurdles in 39:30.
Solanco's softball team is slated to open district tournament play Tuesday, May 24.
The 11th seed Mules (16-5) will travel to sixth seed Central Dauphin (15-5) for a 4:30 p.m. first pitch.
The winner of that game advances to Thursday's quarterfinals against the winner of the third seed Penn Manor-14th seed Waynesboro game at Penn Manor on May 24.
Solanco's Troy Miller won three gold medals at the Lancaster-Lebanon Track and Field Championship Meet and teammate Billy Cooney captured two titles.
Solanco's JV softball team won its final two games to finish the season with a perfect 17-0 record.
The Mules edged Elizabethtown 4-1 last Wednesday.
"This was a big game for our JV program with our rivals," Solanco coach Chad McDowell said. "It is always a fun game playing against Elizabethtown as they always come prepared to play and we usually have competitive games every time we play.
Solanco's JV baseball team won two of its final three games.
Last Wednesday, the Mules lost 4-1 to Lampeter-Strasburg.
Coleman Dow started for Solanco. Despite giving up two hits and a walk in the first, Dow got out of the inning with only one run scoring as first baseman, Henry Woy, made a heads-up play to get the final out.
UPDATE: Solanco lost 2-1 to Hempfield in the Lancaster-Lebanon League semifinals Monday night. The Mules will return to action in the district tournament beginning Thursday, May 26.
It was another memorable week for the Solanco softball team.
The Mules captured another Section Two title and then prevailed in the quarterfinals of the league tournament.
Saturday, Solanco scored three runs in the sixth inning to defeat Annville-Cleona 3-1 in the first round of the Lancaster-Lebanon League tournament at Garrett Park.
UPDATE: Solanco defeated Lancaster Catholic 3-2 in 10 innings Monday night to advance to the second round of the league tournament.
Trailing 6-0 in a must-win game at Lampeter-Strasburg while mired in a two-week hitting slump, things looked bleak for the Solanco baseball team.
Suddenly, the Mules' bats came to life. Solanco erupted for six runs in the top of the fourth and tied the game in dramatic fashion.
Solanco's JV softball team continues to dominate its opponents.
The Mules pummeled Lebanon 16-1 in four innings last Thursday.
Winning pitcher Kayla May gave up one hit and no walks while fanning five.
"Kayla threw well," coach Chad McDowell said. "She had good velocity on her pitches and she hit the spots that kept the Lebanon hitters off-balance."
Solanco's JV baseball team won its lone game last week.
With the Mules' home field too wet, Solanco traveled to Conestoga Valley for a "home" game and came away with a 7-3 victory.
Gabe Horn was the starting pitcher for the Mules. While the Bucks loaded the bases without a hit in the first, Horn recorded a strikeout to prevent a rally.