- Northwest EMS breaks ground on new Manheim facility
- Entertainment is on the ‘Taste of Lititz’ menu
- A perfect storm election: GOP incumbents prevail
- Warwick hires new solicitor
- July 4 ticket sales under way
- MiniTHON raises nearly $35K
- Illegal burning a hot topic at Elizabeth Twp. meeting
- With a little help from Friends… Manheim Community Pool prepares for 58th season
- Warwick continues MiniTHON tradition
- Manheim Historical Society honors Restore ‘N More
Lititz United Methodist repeats as Lilacs champs
In a thrilling finish to the Lititz Lilacs tournament championship game last Tuesday, June 28, Lititz United Methodist Church won its second straight title by rallying from a 10-9 deficit in the top of the seventh inning and then holding on for an 11-10 victory over LEFC at the Ambucs field. The lead changed throughout the game with both teams hitting long balls. After LUMC battled in front 11-10 in the top of the seventh, LEFC had a two-on, two-out threat in the bottom of the inning with their manager Rod Huber stepping to the plate. Huber stung a low line drive, but the LUMC shortstop Chad Moline snagged the ball to end the game and secure the championship for LUMC.
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