Apparently, the Lebanon girls' basketball team likes the bright lights at Lebanon Valley's gym.

The Cedars, using the Annville college's home court while renovations are being done to their own gym, made eight 3-pointers Friday night and recorded a 48-37 victory over Warwick in a Section One-Two crossover game. The win, the second straight for Lebanon, evened its record at 2-2 on the season.

Brittany Ulrich drained four shots from downtown and finished with a game-high 13 points to pace the Cedars. Lauren Chambers also hit for double figures with 11 points and made a 3-pointer as well, a list that also included Alicia Haitos, Morgan Truax and Shaela Shellehamer.

Lebanon jumped out to a 13-2 first-quarter lead over the Warriors and never looked back. The Cedars only outscored Warwick by four points the rest of the way, but the cushion they built up during the opening eight minutes was enough to notch a win in their L-L League opener.

Elsewhere Friday night:




  • Elco 64, Pequea Valley 39: In Kinzers, the Raiders bolted out to a 39-19 halftime lead and never looked back, improving to 2-2 overall with the Section Three-Four crossover win. Leading 16-9 after a quarter of play, Elco used a 23-10 run in the second quarter to build its 20-point halftime lead.

    Kady Yoders led the way offensively, scoring 16 points, while Cheyenne Hassler (14), Victoria Sweatlock (13) and Halie Parker (10) also hit for double figures.


  • Elizabethtown 37, Cedar Crest 29: In Elizabethtown, the Falcons (1-2) couldn't hold onto a 12-2 first-quarter lead and fell to the Bears. E-town used a 17-2 second-quarter run to gain control of the game and never looked back.

    Addy Toms paced the Falcons with 13 points.

  • Lampeter-Strasburg 49, Lebanon Catholic 22: In Lebanon, the Pioneers dealt the Beavers their first loss of the season in this Section Three-Four crossover. Leading 8-6 after one quarter of play, the Beavers were outscored 16-1 in the second period and never recovered. A 15-5 third-quarter spurt added to L-S's lead.

    Holly Marinkov led Catholic (2-1) offensively, scoring seven points.