Solanco's softball team won two of three crossover games against Section One foes last week.
The Mules edged host Cedar Crest 3-2 Friday afternoon.
Solanco's baseball team stayed in the hunt for a playoff berth by winning two of three crossover games last week.
The Mules nipped Cedar Crest 2-1 Friday.
Brady Thomas tossed a complete game and doubled in both Solanco runs in the fourth.
Both the Solanco boys and girls track and field teams topped Lebanon Monday, April 18.
The boys (4-0) earned an important section victory, 82-68. "We matched up with Lebanon pretty well in all events," Mules coach Ivan Haines said. "In order to win, we had to earn as many seconds and thirds as possible."
The undefeated Solanco JV softball team put up some staggering numbers last week.
The Mules scored a whopping 70 runs in just 10 innings of play and did not surrender a run.
Solanco pitchers allowed just one hit all week as Sierra Dean tossed a perfect game and a no-hitter.
Solanco's softball team won two of three games last week, including a critical section matchup with Garden Spot.
On Friday, the Mules lost 3-0 to Section One Penn Manor in a crossover game.
The Comets' ace Brittany Hook recorded 10 strikeouts and yielded just three hits – two by Abby Heidelbaugh and one by Sydney Sturgill.
Solanco senior Brady Thomas tossed a no-hitter against Lampeter-Strasburg last week to enable the Mules to win one of three games.
Riding high after Thomas' gem, Solanco built a 5-0 lead over Penn Manor Friday, but the Comets came storming back for a 13-6 triumph.
Bailey Keys, Joe Murray, and Colin Ewaka each drove in a run to help the Mules jump in front.
Solanco's JV baseball team lost three games to section foes last week.
"It was a tough week," coach John Girvin said. "Hopefully it was a learning experience for the boys."
Solanco's JV softball team scored 51 runs in 13 innings last week and ran its season-opening win streak to six.
The Mules downed host Elizabethtown 15-9 Friday.
The Solanco baseball team won a game it desperately needed to win.
The Mules defeated host Elizabethtown 11-1 in five innings Friday.
"It was certainly a must-win game for us," Solanco coach Tom Fish said.
Solanco (2-4, 1-2 league) scored five runs in the top of the first which would be more than enough support for freshman pitcher Hayden Fox.
The Solanco softball team was one out away from a win over rival Elizabethtown and a five-game winning streak.
The Bears scored runs in the bottom of the seventh on a hard-hit ball that caromed off a Mule infielder and prevailed 7-6 in a battle of Section Two powerhouses.