• Members of the Ephrata 10U softball team which captured the Lancaster County Girls Softball League playoff crown included (front row, left to right) Makenna Gehman, Cassidy Buckwalter, Kaliana Auchey, Juliana Mead, and Mallory Kline; (middle, l-r) Arianna Gehman, Shayla Boyer, Mady Willis, Adrienne Maier, Kamryn Andes, Alyssa Weaver, Kailey Byers, and coach Tanya Weaver; (back, l-r) coaches Brent Andes and Eric Weaver.
     Gold plus purple equals league champions

      Girls from the two Ephrata 10U teams combined on June 6 at Ambucs Field in Lititz to win the Lancaster County Girls’ Softball League end-of-season double elimination tournament. Nine of the players came from the Ephrata...

    • Posted June 17, 2015
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  • Veteran modified softball player Skip Buohl follows through while delivering a third inning pitch for his Ephrata team at Willow Street’s Garrett Field. (Photo by Mike Shull)
    Still winning after all these years

    The fact that the Good’s Disposal softball team in the Lanco Senior Modified League defeated Elizabethtown for its first win of the season May 26 wasn’t necessarily a big news story. How they achieved that feat, however,...

    • Posted June 17, 2015
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     Tidal Waves place third at Woodridge Classic

      Cole Freeman captured four gold medals, while Joey Myer added three firsts and shattered a meet record to lead the Ephrata Tidal Waves to a third-place team finish at the annual Woodridge Swim Classic last Saturday...

    • Posted June 17, 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 first baseman Brandon Schwark (left) stretches for the throw during Tuesday’s game vs. Penn Manor. (Photo by Stan Hall)
    Penn Manor hands Ephrata first legion loss

      Penn Manor got a little revenge Tuesday night in Ephrata. And in the process, handed the Chryslers their first loss of the season. The Comets, who lost to Ephrata in the last two District 10 finals...

    • Posted June 10, 2015
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  • John Waskowicz (left) and Natalie Sukanick were named Cocalico’s Outstanding Male and Female Athletes, respectively.
     Sukanick, Waskowicz named top Cocalico Sr. Athletes

    The Cocalico High School Athletic Department recently held its annual Senior Athlete Recognition Night. Athletes receiving the E. Jerry Brooks Academic/Athletic Medal included: Cassandra Bean, Katelyn Bollinger, Ronni Derr, Sidney Evans, Brooke Fritz, John Fry, Katherine Grobengieser,...

    • Posted June 3, 2015
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  • Ephrata Chryslers pitcher Gavilan Fogarty-Harnish is one of several quality arms returning to the Post 429 legion team. (Review file photo)
     Ephrata legion squad seeks fifth-straight league title

      Ephrata may be guaranteed to advance to the Region Four American Legion Tournament held in mid-July, but the newly-named Chryslers certainly have the looks of a squad that has every intention of earning that invitation with...

    • Posted June 3, 2015
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  • Cocalico players react to losing a key point during Saturday’s State Quarterfinal match-up with Saegertown. (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)
    Eagles’ State run comes to a close

    WINGATE&tstr;For the first time in 25 years, the Cocalico boy’s volleyball team reached the rarified air of the PIAA State Quarterfinals Saturday at Bald Eagle High School in Wingate. Unfortunately, the successful run came to an end...

    • Posted June 3, 2015
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  • Cocalico’s John Waskowicz (33) and Dylan Sattazahn (40) return a shot during a recent match. (Photo by Denise Mitchell)
    Eagles head west for State opener

      The Cocalico boys volleyball team faces a four-hour bus ride Wednesday. But who’s complaining? Certainly not the Eagles, who will be making what is believed to be their first State Tournament appearance in program history Wednesday....

    • Posted May 27, 2015
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  • Cocalico’s Emily Stauffer shoves the shot during Friday’s State Meet in Shippensburg. Stauffer took fourth place in the shot and later added a bronze medal in the discus. (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)
    Stauffer claims two State medals

      C ocalico junior Emily Stauffer, one of the favorites to win State gold in the shot put, had a rough day Friday both physically and competitively. Seeded second in that event, Stauffer couldn’t quite shake a...

    • Posted May 27, 2015
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