• Ephrata shortstop Nate Fassnacht signed his letter of intent to play baseball at George Washington University. (Review File Photo)
     Five EHS athletes sign with Division 1 schools

    Most high school seniors sign national letters of intent on Feb. 3. However, some take advantage of the early-signing period which takes place November 11. Five Ephrata High School seniors signed on the dotted line last Wednesday...

    • Posted November 18, 2015
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  • Cocalico’s Emily Stauffer (left) and Chloe Lucky will continue their athletic careers at Missouri and LaSalle, respectively.
     Stauffer picks Missouri, Lucky headed to LaSalle

    Cocalico seniors Emily Stauffer and Chloe Lucky signed their names to the dotted line last Wednesday as the fall National Letter of Intent early-signing period began. Stauffer will travel west to Missouri competing for the Tigers’ track...

    • Posted November 18, 2015
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    Shelley out as EHS coach

     Went 2-38 in four years at the helm   Scott Shelley has been told he will not return as head football coach at Ephrata, The Ephrata Review has learned. Shelley told players and parents at the team’s...

    • Posted November 18, 2015
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  • R.C. Templin of the Ephrata Ensign presents the Ephrata Ensign-Lititz Record Express trophy to Lititz co-captains Glenn Wintrode (far left in jacket) and Ray Kreider after Lititz defeated rival Ephrata, 20-7 in 1945. At right, Ephrata co-captains Galie Weidman (97) and Ed “Tex” Erb (98) look on. (Photo courtesy of Lillian Weidman)
    ‘Watered-down’ history revisited

    Ed Savoca couldn’t believe his ears. The Lititz lineman was on a double date with Ephrata quarterback Johnny Krouse just before the big showdown between the unbeaten Pretzels and the one-loss Mounts on a crisp November night...

    • Posted November 11, 2015
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  • Ephrata’s Hunter Lehman (50) returns a kick during Friday’s loss at home to Donegal. (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)
    Indians cruise past Ephrata in season finale

      If Ephrata is going to break its long losing streak, which is now three years strong, it will have to be next season or beyond. Friday night at home in the season finale vs. Donegal, the...

    • Posted November 11, 2015
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  • Cocalico’s Dante Haines (10) fights off the Lancaster Catholic tackler during Friday’s season-ending Eagle victory. (Photo by Scott Krall)
    Eagles sink Catholic but miss playoffs

      It was a bittersweet Friday for the Cocalico Eagles. Cocalico closed out the regular football season with a convincing 35-7 win over Lancaster Catholic to set their final record at 5-5 overall and 4-3 in Section...

    • Posted November 11, 2015
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  • Cocalico’s Jamie Zamrin (center) heads up one of the hills of the Parkview Course in Hershey during Saturday’s State Meet. Zamrin went on to finish 24th overall and earn a medal. (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)
    Zamrin’s late sprint gets her State medal

    The tendency at the State Cross Country Championships is to go out fast. And that’s exactly what Cocalico sophomore Jamie Zamrin did Saturday at the challenging Parkview Course in Hershey. However, unlike many who spend all their...

    • Posted November 11, 2015
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  • Ephrata’s Zach Lefever, shown here during last week’s District Meet, missed States due to an emergency appendectomy. (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)
     Lefever misses out on States

    Ephrata’s Zach Lefever, the Mounts’ top hopeful for a State medal, missed the PIAA Cross Country Championships held this past Saturday at the Parkview Course in Hershey due to appendicitis. The talented junior, who won silver medals...

    • Posted November 11, 2015
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  • Cocalico fullback Hunter High breaks into the open on his way to an 11-yard touchdown run in the first quarter of Friday’s game vs. Solanco. (Photo by Stan Hall)
     Solanco flexes muscles, runs past Cocalico

      “That’s as good a display of option football that I’ve seen in awhile.” Those were the words of Cocalico Coach Dave Gingrich Friday night, and he wasn’t talking about his team. After watching unbeaten Solanco run...

    • Posted November 4, 2015
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  • Cocalico sophomore Jamie Zamrin crests the final uphill stretch to claim fifth place in the District Three AAA girls’s race at Big Spring Saturday. (Photo by Mike Shull)
    Zamrin zips to fifth-place finish

      Heading into Saturday’s District Three Meet, Jamie Zamrin had a leg up on some of the competition, having competed at the Big Spring Invitational earlier this year. That familiarity with the Big Spring course, which replaced...

    • Posted November 4, 2015
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