Solanco's JV softball squad won two of three games last week.
Lampeter-Strasburg scored the go-ahead run in the top of the seventh to down the host Mules 4-3 Friday afternoon.
Brett Miller seldom shows emotion on a softball field.
The ordinarily stoic Solanco softball coach made an exception after reaching a career milestone.
Miller notched the 500th victory of his 31-year career Wednesday, May 1, as the Mules topped host Ephrata 9-0.
The Solanco Junior High boys and girls track and field teams both defeated visiting Cocalico in the last dual meet of the season to finish with a 5-2 record.
Solanco baseball set up Wednesday's showdown with Ephrata by edging Conestoga Valley 6-4 Monday afternoon, April 29.
It was one of those games where the game really was closer than the final score indicated.
The Solanco Lacrosse Club's boys high school-age squad lost 6-0 to visiting Coatesville in extremely windy conditions Saturday morning.
Cory Stively rebounded from a rare poor outing as the Solanco baseball team posted its second straight key league win by upending Elizabethtown 5-2 Wednesday, April 24.
Solanco High School's new varsity boys basketball coach is a recognizable face with a familiar last name.
Most significantly, David Long is familiar with the student-athletes he will be coaching. That's why Long and Mules athletic director Anthony Hall feel Long is the ideal fit for the position.
David Long replaces his brother, Scott Long. Scott Long will take over as Solanco High principal on July 1.
The Solanco girls track and field team downed Cocalico 83-67 and the boys fell 88-62 in a home meet under warm, sunny conditions Tuesday, April 23.
Hempfield tallied twice in the top of the seventh to top Solanco 13-11 in a softball slugfest Monday, April 22.
The Mules came up short despite four-hit games from Jade Eshelman and Sierra Dean and the first pitching appearance of the season by ace Hanna Phillips.
The Solanco Lacrosse Club hosted a Lancaster Area Girls Lacrosse Association tournament Saturday, April 12, at Solanco High.
Thirty teams representing 14 programs played a total of 22 games.