• Cocalico’s Seth Fritz (top) puts the squeeze on Penn Manor’s Noah Rohrer in the first period of their bout at 106 pounds last Wednesday. Photo by Denise Mitchell
    Eagles flex muscles, deck Penn Manor 52-18

    If the rest of Section One didn’t take notice when Cocalico thumped perennial contender Solanco, 47-24 in late December, this one certainly got their attention. Last Wednesday night at home in a battle for first place in...

    • Posted January 18, 2017
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  • Cocalico’s Maddie Bock (left) drives the baseline past L-S defender Emma Gochnauer (12) during Friday’s game in Denver. Photo by Preston Whitcraft
    Knotted again: Lady Eagles fall to L-S, but back in first with Tuesday win and Pioneer loss to Indians

    When Katie Heck drilled a shot with 2:39 to go in the third to put her team up by nine, Cocalico appeared to be in pretty good shape vs. L-S Friday in their Section Two first place...

    • Posted January 18, 2017
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  • Ephrata’s Sydney Dundon swims to one of her individual wins in the last Thursday’s victory over Cocalico. Photo by Preston Whitcraft
    One streak ends, another continues

    The Ephrata girl swimmers out-pointed their competition from Cocalico for the first time since 2011 while the Eagle boys continued their winning ways against the Mounts that started the same year. Each team calls the Ephrata Rec...

    • Posted January 18, 2017
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  • Guarded closely by Ephrata guard/forward Brad DaBella, Manheim Central senior Taylor Funk (left) looks inside for an open teammate. Photo by Steve Heydt
    Barons spoil Fisher’s return, pull into first-place tie

    Mounts rebound Tuesday vs. E-town Manheim Central’s Kody Kegarise could barely hear his teammates from just two feet away. “I was screaming, ‘What (defense) are we in?,’” the Barons’ senior guard said. The fact he had to...

    • Posted January 18, 2017
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  • Ephrata’s Dilyn Becker (left) executes a quick move to the basket for two points in Ephrata’s 61-49 victory over Lampeter-Strasburg.
    Signature Win: Mounts knock off L-S, sit all alone in first with Barons’ loss

    A year ago, Ephrata lost 11 games by nine points or less on its way to a 3-19 season. This season, the Mounts have discovered the formula to winning those games, and it’s a beautiful thing to...

    • Posted January 11, 2017
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  • Cocalico’s Max Martin (top) scores during a recent match with Solanco. Martin and the Eagles face Penn Manor Wednesday night in a huge Section one showdown. Photos by Denise Mitchell
    Eagles set to battle Comets for first place

    After winning its first Section Two title under Coach Matt Fittery a year ago, the Cocalico wrestling team elected to move up to Section One in order to face the bigger schools and consistently better competition. Most...

    • Posted January 11, 2017
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  • Cocalico’s Lyndsay Engle lines up a free throw Tuesday vs. Lebanon. Photo by Dick Wanner
    Cocalico drops Lebanon to set up Friday’s showdown

    After Tuesday night’s victories, Cocalico and Lampeter-Strasburg sit at 6-0 atop Section Two of the Lancaster-Lebanon League in girls’ basketball. The two teams go face-to-face for the first time Friday night in Denver for the first clear...

    • Posted January 11, 2017
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  • Photo by Steve Heydt Cocalico’s Aidan Trynosky (right) drives past Kody Kegarise of Manheim Central during Tuesday’s game in Denver. Kegarise’s teammate Connor Hostetter (22) looks on. Photo by Steve Heydt
    Barons hold off Cocalico

    The supporting cast stepped up for Manheim Central Tuesday evening in Denver, as the Barons (4-0 League, 7-0 overall) held off Cocalico (2-2, 2-7) 55-42 in Section Two play in the Lancaster-Lebanon League. The win vaults Manheim...

    • Posted January 4, 2017
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  • Cocalico’s Morgan Haines gets off the block in the 200 free at the Dallastown Invitational this past weekend. Haines was a double winner to lead the Lady Eagles
    Cocalico swimmers compete at Dallastown Invitational

    The Cocalico High School swim team competed in the Dallastown Invitational Meet held Wednesday, Dec. 28 at Dallastown High School. The Cocalico boys finished third in the team standings with 57 points while the girls placed fourth...

    • Posted January 4, 2017
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