The Solanco wrestling team had five individual champions and won the Lancaster-Lebanon League wrestling title for the fourth time in five seasons.
Thomas Haines captured his fourth conference crown while Connor Sheehan won his third.
The Solanco JV boys basketball team bounced back from two league losses to knock off non-conference foe Avon Grove 58-23 Saturday night.
The Solanco JV girls basketball team lost three games last week.
Lancaster Catholic defeated the Mules 57-26 Saturday night.
Jen Eberly paced Solanco with nine points. Rachel Trout and Sarah Frawley each added four.
Solanco's Thomas Haines pinned his way to the 285-pound title at Escape the Rock wrestling tournament.
After receiving a first round bye, the undefeated three-time state champion pinned Jim Galasso of Father Judge in the second round and Kevin Saucedo of Forest Park in the quarterfinals.
The Solanco JV boys basketball team lost two games to Section One foes last week.
Penn Manor downed the Mules 45-35 Friday.
Ethan Cairns contributed eight points to pace Solanco. Keith Carnrike added seven. Troy Berry and Cole Boxleitner each provided four. Kenton Frank, Colin Kilgore, Noah McCardell, and Dawson Gote each scored two points.
Penn Manor led 23-14 at halftime. "In the second half we made some defensive adjustments," Solanco coach Chad McDowell said. "Penn Manor had two players who had most of their points so we employed a triangle and two defense and really confused them.
The Solanco JV girls basketball team recorded two victories last week.
The Mules downed Penn Manor 35-24 Friday night.
Trailing 9-6 at the end of the first quarter, Solanco switched to a 1-3-1 zone in the second. The Mules forced a lot of turnovers and held a 24-13 cushion at halftime.
The Solanco boys basketball team won two of three last week.
The loss came Friday to Cocalico by a 40-36 score.
The Solanco JV boys basketball team lost twice after recording an overtime victory.
Cocalico downed the Mules 46-28 Friday.
The Solanco girls basketball team dropped three section games last week.
Cocalico downed the Mules 54-22 Friday.
Solanco trailed 13-1 at the end of the first quarter and 30-8 at halftime
At first glance, wrestling and golf seem to have little in common.
Unless that first glance includes Solanco High School senior Connor Sheehan.
Sheehan has wrestled his way to one state-level competition and is working toward another. He has also qualified for two state-level golf tournaments, the only Solanco golfer ever to do so.
There are similarities to the two seemly disparate sports, he said.
"In golf, it's almost purely mental," he said. "They're both mental sports and require technique, but with wrestling, you also have to be strong.