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    Small world for Mummau, Miller

    L-L products help propel Everett Aquasox in playoff race As Ephrata’s Brandon Miller was preparing for this year’s Major League Baseball draft, he sought out several people to get an idea of what to expect. One of...

    • Posted August 10, 2016
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  • 18 during a ceremony at the Red Lion Hotel Harrisburg-Hershey. Surrounding Kauffman (second from left) in photo were (left to right): Chad Brubaker, who presented his former head coach with his award; Dave Gingrich, current Cocalico head coach; and Chris Laudenslager, a Cocalico assistant and another former player under Kauffman.
    Kauffman get call to PSFCA Hall

    It’s been more than 12 years since Phil Kauffman has been on the sideline as a head football coach. But on Saturday, June 18, the former Cocalico boss got a chance to re-acquaint himself with some of...

    • Posted June 29, 2016
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  • Brandon Miller made his first professional start in the Seattle Mariners system last Sunday, taking the loss for the Everett AquaSox in a 7-3 defeat to the Tri-City Dust Devils. (Photo courtesy of the Everett AquaSox)
     Miller suffers loss in first start with AquaSox

      In many ways, Brandon Miller’s first professional start last Sunday night was like just any other. Making his pitching debut for the Everett AquaSox, the Class A Short Season affiliate of the Seattle Mariners, the Ephrata...

    • Posted June 22, 2016
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  • Cocalico’s Megan Gingrich (14) powers to the basket between Warwick defenders Samantha Earle (43) and Jamie Kolp during Monday’s season-opening win in Lititz. (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)
     Cocalico holds off Warwick

      Cocalico girls basketball coach Tony DiMatteo knew it was only a matter of time. Eventually, Warwick was going to start hitting shots in its home opener. No way they could keep the same pace they did...

    • Posted December 9, 2015
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  • Ephrata’s Megan Mahlandt (right) dribbles up the field past Warwick’s Natalie Healy during Monday’s game in Lititz. (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)
    Warwick escapes with 3-2 win over Ephrata

      For Ephrata’s field hockey team, there have been some winnable games available for the taking this season. Monday’s Section One clash against Warwick was a perfect example. Lady Mount sophomore Megan Mahlandt scored twice in the...

    • Posted September 30, 2015
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  • Ephrata running back R.J. Barrett (44) hits the open field during Friday’s game vs. Warwick. (Photo by Stan Hall)
    Warriors top Ephrata, claim 10th straight Male Trophy

      W arwick was hoping that it wouldn’t have to unveil its new offensive wrinkle last Friday night. After all, the Warriors had only looked at it briefly during the week prior to their game against Ephrata....

    • Posted September 23, 2015
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  • Goss gives instruction on the basics before instruments are brought out
    Ephrata Band Gets 2015 Season Underway

    The Ephrata High School marching unit officially kicked off the 2015 season with daylong band camp from July 30 through Aug. 6 under the direction of second-year director Steve Goss. The new field show will debut at...

    • Posted August 13, 2015
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  • Brenden Molchany of the Ephra¬ta Dragons delivers vs. the War¬wick Phillies Friday night. (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)
     Warwick downs Ephrata in 2-1 duel

    A t the time it looked as if Friday’s 12U showdown in Lititz was going to be a precursor to what lies ahead. The game didn’t mean much as far as the standings were concerned. But with...

    • Posted June 24, 2015
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  • Ephrata infielder Ethan Sipe fields a ground ball and fires to first base for an out during recent District 10 action. (Ephrata Review file photo)
     Chryslers improve to 9-3

      Ephrata Legion coach Derek Sipe has been honest with his players right from the get-go. Playing a demanding schedule with a lot of non-league games in the mix, the Chryslers’ skipper is keeping his focus on...

    • Posted June 17, 2015
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  • Ephrata’s Brian Wentz (17) is signaled safe at second during Mon¬day’s game at Warwick. Warrior second baseman Tyler Martin (4) looks on. (Photo by Stan Hall)
    Warriors prevail, out-slug Ephrata

    Drew Keller was sitting fastball against Ephrata’s Austin Lowery. The Warwick senior didn’t get that pitch. But it didn’t matter. Keller adjusted to a first-pitch curve from Lowery and smashed his first varsity home run, a two-run...

    • Posted April 15, 2015
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