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    Mounts fall to Warwick in boys tennis opener

    Ephrata enters the 2014 boys tennis season minus its numbers one and two players from a year ago in Gabo Murcia and Ryan Fritz. Those two not only occupied the top two slots in the lineup but...

    • Posted March 19, 2014
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    Slideshow – Athletes in Action

    • Posted March 12, 2014
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    Area senior athletes announce college selections

    Area senior athletes announced their college plans at ceremonies at both Ephrata and Cocalico High Schools on National Signing Day on Feb. 6. At Cocalico, five players made their plans known in front of family, friends and...

    • Posted March 12, 2014
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  • The Cocalico swimmers heading to States include (left to right): Morgan Haines, Sam Marino and Sidney
Evans.
    Cocalico trio set for States

    To have a chance to win a medal, Cocalico Swim Coach Matt Woods has a simple plan for his three swimmers who will compete in the PIAA State Championships at Bucknell University this Wednesday and Thursday. “Swim...

    • Posted March 12, 2014
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  • Cocalico graduate Savannah
Graybill captured the U.S. Skeleton

Championships held in Lake
Placid, NY.
    Graybill wins U.S. National Championship, sets track record in skeleton

    Savannah Graybill didn’t let the disappointment of not qualifying for the recent Sochi Games slow her down. In fact, the Cocalico High School graduate took the opposite approach. This past Friday at the U.S. National Skeleton Championships...

    • Posted March 12, 2014
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  • The Cocalico boys tennis team stayed indoors for their first workout of the spring on Monday and took advantage of some cross-training, throwing a frisbee to simulate swinging a racquet. Photo by Stan Hall
    Slideshow – Athletes in Action

    • Posted March 6, 2014
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  • Cocalico eighth-grader Hunter Leisey scored five goals and added seven assists for 12 points this season in his return to the school’s ice hockey team following a year-long battle against cancer.
    Inspiring comeback for Leisey

    Back on October 16, the Cocalico/Garden Spot Middle School ice hockey team was 10:11 into its first game of the Eastern Penn Scholastic Hockey League season when Owen Carpenter scored the game’s first goal against the Governor...

    • Posted March 5, 2014
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  • Cocalico’s Sam Marino makes a final sprint to the wall in the girls 100 backstroke at Districts last Saturday, placing fourth in 57.22 seconds. Photos by Preston Whitcraft
    Cocalico sends 3 to states

    Cocalico coach Matt Woods was careful not to jinx any of his swimmers last Saturday night. Only the top three place-finishers in each event at the District 3 Triple-A Championships at Cumberland Valley High School were granted...

    • Posted March 5, 2014
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  • Ephrata’s Cameron Eisenhauer (front) tries to escape the grasp of Tommy Rayhart of Big Spring during the first round of the District Three Tournament Friday in Hershey. Photo by Preston Whitcraft
    Eisenhauer wins two, claims top eight position

    Cameron Eisenhauer’s first taste of Hershey was a bit bittersweet for the wrestler. Sweet because the Ephrata senior performed admirably, going 2-2 overall in his first District appearance and finishing in the top eight of his 195-pound...

    • Posted February 26, 2014
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    Marino nabs top seed in District 200 free

    After turning in one of the top individual performances of the Lancaster-Lebanon Swim Meet, Cocalico junior Sam Marino has gone from the hunter to the huntee heading into this weekend’s District Three Championships. Marino, who won four...

    • Posted February 26, 2014
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