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Lady Vikings Fall Short Against Lancaster Catholic Crusaders

The Lady Vikings took on the Lancaster Catholic Crusaders in a hard-fought game that saw the Vikings fall short in the end. The starting lineup for the Vikings consisted of Saoirse Philips, MacKenzie Miller, Olivia Shutter, Hayley Sheroky, and Kasey Weimer.

The Lady Crusaders started the game with a bang, hitting five 3-pointers in the first quarter, two of which came in the first minute of the game. However, Sheroky kept the Vikings alive with a steal that allowed the Vikings to get on the scoreboard early in the game. At the end of the first quarter, the Vikings trailed 8-19.

Shutter started the second quarter with a 2-point basket, and the Vikings continued to push forward. Despite their efforts, the Lady Crusaders maintained their lead at the end of the first half, with the score standing at 12-29.

The halftime show was led by the Jonestown Dance Studio Senior Competition Team, who delivered a unique choreography that kept the crowd and fans pumped and moving.

In the third and fourth quarters, the Lady Vikings continued to push forward, but couldn’t compete with the full force of the Crusaders. Shutter led the Vikings with a total of 12 points, while Sheroky was shortly behind with 8 points. Despite the loss, the Lady Vikings refused to give up and continued to push hard until the final buzzer.

The Lady Vikings will have their next game on February 7th at Lampeter Strasburg. Let’s cheer on the Lady Vikings and show our support!


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