• Connor Martin advanced to both District singles and doubles tourna - ments while helping the Eagles make the District Team Tourney.
    Eagles remain in hunt after win at Donegal

    Two weeks ago, the Cocalico baseball team certainly didn’t expect to be in this position. After an 11-2 victory over Lancaster Mennonite, the Eagles were sitting in a tie for first place and had their eyes set...

    • Posted May 11, 2016
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  • Connor Martin advanced to both District singles and doubles tourna - ments while helping the Eagles make the District Team Tourney.
    Eagles fall to Barons in Districts

    The Cocalico boys tennis team lost only twice in 15 matches this year. Unfortunately, both came at the hands of Manheim Central. In their lone regular season meeting, Manheim Central scored a 5-2 victory over the Eagles...

    • Posted May 11, 2016
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  • Ephrata’s Sydney Morgan crosses the finish line to win the mile Monday afternoon at Cocalico. Her win over Cocalico star Jamie Zamrin (back) was one of many key victories for the Lady Mount. Photo by Stan Hall.
    Ephrata girls deny Cocalico

    Lady Eagles still clinch tie for section After seeing their 33-meet winning streak, and more importantly their four-year reign as Section Two champs, end at mid-season due to a new tiebreaker rule that was instituted this year,...

    • Posted May 11, 2016
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  • Ephrata’s Hunter Lehman drills a shot over the net Monday vs. Manheim Central. Photo by Steve Heydt.
    Mounts need win Wednesday to claim program’s first title

    The Ephrata Boys’ volleyball team controlled the final points in each of the three sets Monday night at Manheim Central, taking a 3-0 victory while clinching a tie for the Lancaster-Lebanon League Section Two Title. The Barons...

    • Posted May 11, 2016
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  • Ephrata’s Alex Seibel clutches the Foster Cup after helping the Junior Flyers win the Metropolitan League title recently.
    Seibel helps Jr. Flyers win title

    Alex Seibel is a young man of few words. When asked to describe his emotions when his 19-and-under (19U) Junior Flyers team clinched the Foster Cup on Sunday, March 20, emblematic of the Metropolitan Junior Hockey League’s...

    • Posted May 4, 2016
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    Collision Course: Only four-time champ Ephrata stands in Cocalico’s way of title

    For the second-straight year, the girls Section Two title will be on the line when Ephrata and Cocalico get together in the final meet of the season next Monday. A year ago, Ephrata won a battle of...

    • Posted May 4, 2016
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  • Ephrata’s Nick Auker (left) leaps onto the “dogpile” in celebration of the Mounts’ section-clinching victory over Lampeter-Strasburg Tuesday. The title is the program’s sixth in the last eight years.
    Crowning achievement: Mounts blank L-S to clinch section title

    It took two days, but strong pitching and defense paved the way for the Ephrata baseball team’s 2-0 victory over Lampeter-Strasburg on the turf at the War Memorial Field. The win, which started Monday night and was...

    • Posted May 4, 2016
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  • Eagles fall short vs. Hempfield in semis

    The Cocalico boys’ tennis team’s dream of reaching the L-L League Team finals was derailed Monday as Section One champion Hempfield earned a 5-0 victory over the Eagles in the semifinals. The Black Knights (16-0) advanced to...

    • Posted April 27, 2016
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  • Cocalico’s Tyler Keppley (left) congratulates teammate Nick Lucky after he crosses the plate with a run Monday vs. Lancaster Mennonite.
    Eagles remain tied atop section standings

    Whichever team emerges to win Section Three of the L-L Baseball League, that team will definitely earn it. With four teams at the top of the standing separated by just one game, the stretch run certainly will...

    • Posted April 27, 2016
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  • Ephrata blockers (left to right) Alex Modrzecki, Trey Farlow and Hunter Lehman try to stop the kill attempt by Cocalico’s Isaac Carpenter during Tuesday’s match. Photo by Preston Whitcraft
    Mounts sweep season series with Cocalico

    The Ephrata boys volleyball team remained tied atop Section Two of Lancaster-Lebanon League play Tuesday night, besting backyard rival Cocalico 3-0 at the Ephrata Middle School. The Mounts (7-1 league, 10-1 overall) controlled the match throughout over...

    • Posted April 27, 2016
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