Senior guard scores 17 points against both Donegal and Palmyra.
Playing without one of their own (freshman DeVaughn Lee was one of the four Central student-athletes killed in a car accident January 16th) the Barons had a rough first game back against undefeated Lancaster Catholic.
But Manheim Central, led by senior standout Josh Robeson, won two games over the weekend to stay in the Section Three race as well as the hunt for a district berth.
Robeson, the team's leading scorer, had 17 points in both of the Barons' double-digit victories over Donegal and Palmyra. Manheim Central improved to 8-7 on the year, 6-3 in league play.
The team will play five straight games this week, beginning tonight at section-leader Lampeter-Strasburg. Including last weekend's wins, this stretch of seven games in eight days could decide the outcome of an emotional season in Manheim.