The Solanco track and field teams both lost to visiting Elizabethtown Wednesday, April 17.
"Both teams continue to improve and earn their goals for the meet," Mules coach Ivan Haines said.
Penn Manor pulled away for a 14-8 triumph over the host Solanco softball team Tuesday, April 16.
Solanco slugged four home runs – two by Becca Foulk and one each by Sierra Dean and Taryn Britigan – in a 15-0 four-inning triumph over visiting McCaskey Wednesday afternoon, April 10.
"You got the result you were looking for," Solanco coach Brett Miller said. "It's the simplest way of saying it. They threw the ball in and we hit some really long fly balls. If we had a fence, they would have cleared fences."
Solanco's Junior High track and field teams both improved to 3-1 on the season by beating Garden Spot in a home meet Tuesday, April 9.
The Solanco baseball team (3-2) got good enough pitching but was left to lament a wasted opportunity to take the lead in the first inning of a 4-1 loss to visiting Warwick Monday, April 8.
What started as a small group of kids playing catch has grown into an organization featuring five teams and more than 70 participants.
The Solanco Lacrosse Club is flourishing 11 years after its humble beginnings.
Solanco's softball team is knocking the cover off the ball.
The Golden Mules have scored 67 runs in their last three games including a total of 39 in two wins last week.
Solanco (3-1) clobbered visiting Ephrata 20-0 in three innings Wednesday, April 3.
Solanco's track and field teams lost to host Lampeter-Strasburg Monday, April 1.
"Both teams went up against good teams," Mules coach Ivan Haines said. "Both teams are trying to overcome the lack of experience. We are trying to focus on individual goals."
May Day came on March 29.
Mile May belted two home runs and Cory Stively tossed a one-hit shutout to power the Solanco baseball team to a 10-0 five-inning triumph over visiting Lebanon Friday afternoon.
Solanco boys and girls track and field teams opened the season with a home meet against Manheim Central Wednesday, March 27.
The Barons won the boys competition 101-49 and took the girls meet 84-66.