Pioneer Sports This Week: A Roundup (January 25-29)

With the Blizzard of 2016 dropping more than two feet of snow on Lancaster County, and schools closing in the early part of the week, several athletic events were rescheduled. Due to the closure of school on Monday, all scheduled games were moved to Wednesday, and the Wrestling and Bowling matches scheduled for Tuesday were moved as well. Still having an eventful week in Pioneer sports, LSNews has your weekly roundup of scores and more sports coverage.
The bowling team notched an upset over Manheim Central this week

Monday, January 25

Boys Basketball: vs. Northern Lebanon RESCHEDULED - See Wednesday, January 27
Girls Basketball: vs. Northern Lebanon RESCHEDULED - See Wednesday, January 27
Boys Swimming: at Ephrata RESCHEDULED - See Wednesday, January 27
Girls Swimming: at Ephrata RESCHEDULED - See Wednesday, January 27

Tuesday, January 26

Wrestling: vs. Cocalico RESCHEDULED - See Wednesday, January 27 
Bowling: at Elizabethtown RESCHEDULED to Wednesday, February 3 at 3:30 pm

Wednesday, January 27

Boys Basketball: Defeated Northern Lebanon 51-49 (See LNP box score)
Girls Basketball: Lost to Northern Lebanon 56-32 (See Ben Eidemiller's article)
Boys Swimming: Lost to Cocalico 120-47 (See LNP box score)
Girls Swimming: Lost to Cocalico 99-69 (See LNP box score)
Wrestling: Lost to Cocalico 58-17 (See Maggie Johnson's article)

Thursday, January 28

Boys Basketball: Defeated Donegal 66-49 (See Benjamin Pontz's article)
Girls Basketball: Defeated Donegal 46-38 (See LNP box score)
Boys Swimming: Lost to Lancaster Catholic 104-64 (See Megan Doolittle's article)
Girls Swimming: Lost to Lancaster Catholic 95-75 (See Megan Doolittle's article)

Friday, January 29

Bowling: Defeated Manheim Central 4-3 (See Caleb Gawne's article)
Wrestling: League Championships at Garden Spot

Saturday, January 30 

Boys Basketball: Defeated Mifflin County 67-45 (See LNP box score)
Wrestling: League Championships at Garden Spot

Overall Records:

Bowling: 4-6 (4-6)
Boys Basketball: 20-1 (14-1)
Girls Basketball: 12-9 (9-6)
Boys Swimming: 2-8 (2-4)
Girls Swimming: 3-7 (2-4)
Wrestling: 2-5 (2-4)

--Ben Eidemiller, LSNews.org Sports Editor

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