• Ephrata’s Charlie Warden will play college football and run track at Lebanon Valley College
    Ephrata’s Warden headed to LVC

    Former baseball player to play football & run track in college “A lot has changed in the last few years.” Those are the words of Ephrata senior Charlie Warden, and they certainly ring true for him. Once...

    • Posted March 16, 2016
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  • Photo by Preston Whitcraft Ephrata grad Brandon Miller delivers for Millersville.
    Miller keeps focus and priorities in spite of recent hype

    Brandon Miller gets it. He gets what it is to be a Millersville University student and baseball player, what it is to build meaningful relationships, how to lead, how to follow, and how to grow in every...

    • Posted March 16, 2016
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  • Cocalico sophomore Josiah Gehr (right) will make his first State Tournament appearance Thursday
    Cocalico’s Gehr opens States on Thursday

    The brackets for the upcoming State Wrestling Championships were released this past week so now the first-round opponent for Cocalico sophomore Josiah Gehr is now known. Gehr (36-4) will open his first State Tournament Thursday afternoon (4...

    • Posted March 9, 2016
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  • Lexi Hershberger (right) warms up with the rest of the Ephrata baseball team at Monday’s season- opening practice.
    Hershberger makes transition from softball to Ephrata baseball

    Lexi Hershberger was looking for anything to help her get better as a softball player so that she could realize her dream of someday playing the sport in college. Ironically, that journey led her to the baseball...

    • Posted March 9, 2016
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  • Cocalico’s Eric Guthridge posted a 56.21 in the final heat to claim the seventh-place medal in the 100 back Saturday at Districts held at Cumberland Valley High School
    Cocalico swimmers earn 14 medals at Districts

    As it turned out, the District Three Swim Championships were quite fruitful for Cocalico. At the competition held this past Friday and Saturday at Cumberland Valley High School, while the Eagles didn’t capture any golds, Cocalico swimmers...

    • Posted March 9, 2016
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    Cocalico’s DiMatteo, Wealand step down

    The local basketball coaching landscape will look a whole lot different next year. Last Wednesday, Ephrata girls coach Mike Garman announced he is stepping down after 15 seasons at the helm. And Monday morning, it was a...

    • Posted February 29, 2016
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  • Ephrata girls basketball coach Mike Garman has decided to step down after 15 seasons at the helm.
    Ephrata’s Garman steps down as girls’ basketball coach

    Mike Garman has decided to go out on top.The long-time Ephrata girls basketball coach, who recently won his third Section Two title with the Lady Mounts, confirmed Thursday night that he has decided to resign. He informed...

    • Posted February 25, 2016
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  • Cocalico’s Aidan Trynosky shoots over Wyomissing’s Ben Croft during Tuesday’s District game in Denver. Trynosky canned six treys in the game to score a game-high 22 points to lead his team to victoryofitability, “you’ve got to be willing to notch up your fertility budget,” O’Hara said.
    Eagles rip Wyomissing, headed to Chocolatetown

    The Cocalico Boys’ basketball team caught fire in the second half of Tuesday night’s District Three AAA opener, eliminating Wyomissing 66-41 in Denver. The Eagles (18-5) outscored the Spartans (17-8) 45-20 after the break as the two...

    • Posted February 17, 2016
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  • Merv Witmer (left) and Dave Althouse chat during the L-L Hall of Fame ceremony held Friday night at Warwick
    Local coaching legends selected for L-L League Hall of Fame

    A couple of Akron natives had a bit of a reunion Thursday night, Feb. 11, as they were inducted into the Lancaster-Lebanon League Hall of Fame during halftime of the final L-L finals’ game between the girls...

    • Posted February 17, 2016
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    BREAKING: Lescoe headed to Hobart College

    Tucker Lescoe has found a college home. Cocalico’s all-time leading scorer with 1,487 points, who considered several schools from each of the three divisions, decided Tuesday he will spend the next four years at Division Three power...

    • Posted February 10, 2016
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