• Ephrata’s Gabe Sensenig (5) battles Daulton Loose of Hempfield for the ball during Saturday’s L-L Quarterfinals at CV. Photo by Stan Hall
    Mounts fall to Hempfield in L-L League Quarterfinals

    Fate was a bit unkind to the Ephrata boys soccer team. First, a brilliant comeback by the Mounts was wasted last Thursday in the regular season finale when E-town’s Braden Kreider’s corner kick somehow found the upper...

    • Posted October 19, 2016
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  • Cocalico’s Brandon Brubaker (25) takes on Garden Spot defenders during Friday’s game in New Holland. Photo by Stan Hall
    Turnovers, special teams key Eagles’ win over Spot

    Cocalico was good in all three phases of the game Friday night at Garden Spot. And it was a good thing, because the Eagles needed everything they got in order to get out of New Holland with...

    • Posted October 19, 2016
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  • Cocalico’s Jamie Zamrin leads the pack around the corner early in Tuesday’s L-L League Girls Championships. held at the Ephrata Middle School. Photo by Preston Whitcraft
    Zamrin makes it two in-a-row

    Lefever claims second place in boys’ race A year ago, then sophomore Jamie Zamrin barely made it out of the bus, suffering from a bad case of the nerves. But after being coaxed onto the course, Zamrin...

    • Posted October 19, 2016
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  • Ephrata’s Andrey Patrushev (9) carries past Manheim Central’s Bryce Kready during Saturday’s contest. Photo by Stan Hall
    A win away: Mounts clinch tie, can claim section outright with victory over E-town Thursday

    Section Two has been a dogfight for the Ephrata boys soccer team. Despite owning a sparkling 11-1-1 league record (14-2-1), the Mounts haven’t been able to pull away from the rest of the pack, although they did...

    • Posted October 12, 2016
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  • Cocalico’s Madi Flatt (19) dinks the ball over the out-stretched hands of Blazer defender Heather Beiler (24) in tuesday’s match at Lancaster Mennonite. Photo by Mike Shull
    Blazers in a barnburner: LMH ties Lady Eagles for section lead with win

    The final run was only two points, but it was enough to close out the fifth set Tuesday as host Lancaster Mennonite nipped Cocalico 3-2 (16-25, 25-23, 20-25, 25-14, and 16-14) to pull into a tie for...

    • Posted October 12, 2016
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  • Cocalico’s Allison Grobengieser (21) passes to a teammate during Monday’s game vs. Lampeter-Strasburg. Photo by Stan Hall
    Staying alive: Lapi OT winner creates logjam for final L-L spot

    Cocalico’s Rowan Lapi scored the biggest goal of her team’s girls soccer season Monday at home vs. Lampeter-Strasburg. In a game the Lady Eagles simply had to have to keep their L-L and District playoffs hopes alive,...

    • Posted October 12, 2016
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    WIN $50 Shopping Dollars COLLEGE FOOTBALL FORECAST THE EPHRATA REVIEW • LITITZ RECORD EXPRESS This Week’s Winner Is David Woyurka of Stevens. 1. 14 games are printed in the ads on this page. Select the team you...

    • Posted October 12, 2016
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  • Ephrata’s Raine Slovak battles for the ball during a recent game. Slovak and the Mounts remain unbeaten in section play with four games remaining. Photo by Mike Shull
    Mounts look to close out section title run

    Ephrata has put a lot of work into getting where it is today, which is undefeated at 9-0-1 and two games in front of the closest competitor in Section Two. And as the Mounts head into the...

    • Posted October 5, 2016
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  • Photo by Stan Hall Cocalico’s Sam Klumpp (20) dishes off to a teammate during Monday’s win over Garden Spot.
    Cocalico keeps playoff hopes alive with win over Garden Spot

    Cocalico was in a must-win situation Monday afternoon at home vs. Garden Spot. If the Lady Eagles wanted any shot at a post-season appearance, they needed to find a way against a pesky Spartan team that had...

    • Posted October 5, 2016
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  • Sophomore running back Colton Goodman (5) maintains his balance behind the blocking of Brad Heck.
    Pioneers extend Mounts’ skid

    Doom, gloom and gallows humor may pervade the stands at War Memorial Field while the Mounts endure an epic losing streak, which they extended to 36 games in Friday night’s 56-14 loss; however, senior wide receiver Alex...

    • Posted October 5, 2016
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