• Walk Off to Finals

    Young’s bases-loaded hit gives Mounts 4-3 win over Warwick Ephrata is headed back to the L-L League baseball finals. Tuesday night at War Memorial, in a marathon five-hour game that featured a two-hour-plus weather delay, among other...

    • Posted May 16, 2018
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  • Cocalico’s Jamie Zamrin (front) kicks to the finish ahead of Warwick’s Kate Dickow to win in a meet record time of 10:51.76. Photo by Denise Mitchell
    Record-Setting Weekend

    Local athletes win six total golds, Zamrin sets L-L mark Jamie Zamrin had no time to relax Friday in what turned out to be a historic 3200 race at the L-L League Track Meet at Hempfield. The...

    • Posted May 16, 2018
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  • Cerullo named Ephrata girls’ basketball coach

    The vacant Ephrata girls’ basketball head coaching position was filled this past week as the Ephrata Area School Board approved the hiring of Brian Cerullo as the new EHS head coach at their May 14 meeting. Cerullo,...

    • Posted May 16, 2018
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  • Cocalico’s Evan Kreider (right) and teammate Nick Stauffer are out in front in the 800 Monday afternoon in Denver as the Eagles wrapped up the section title with a 98-51 victory over Lebanon. Photo by Denise Mitchell
    Eagle boys run table to claim section title

    The Cocalico boys’ track and field team completed an undefeated regular season schedule in Denver Monday afternoon, cruising past Lebanon 98-51. The Lady Eagles completed the dual meet sweep by out-pointing the short-handed Lady Cedars 109-40. The...

    • Posted May 9, 2018
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  • Ephrata’s Alyssa Fedorshak (right) lurks behind Elizabethtown’s Cat Shontz (left) and Madeline Quinn during Monday’s pivotal 3200 race. Photo by Sean Hagins
    EHS girls take down Bears, repeat as section champs

    As the section title began to feel as if it may be starting to slip away Monday, Ephrata freshman Alyssa Fedorshak could sense it was still within her grasp. With host Elizabethtown grabbing the momentum on the...

    • Posted May 9, 2018
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  • Cocalico’s Nick Lucky (20) is greeted by his teammates after hitting a two-run home run in the first inning of Monday’s 6-0 victory over Manheim Central. Photo by Alan Johnson
    Lucky, Rhoads shine as playoff-bound Eagles blank MC

    There’s something about Manheim Central that brings out the best in Cocalico’s Kyle Rhoads. The Eagles’ senior pitcher pitched six strong innings and got the decision in a 6-3 win over the Barons on April 11. On...

    • Posted May 9, 2018
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  • Cocalico’s Colby Martin finished fifth in the L-L League Flight One AAA singles held this past week. Photo by Kirk Neidermyer
    Good showing by Eagles at L-L Tennis Tourney

      Over three days and four sites, Lancaster-Lebanon League boys tennis crowned champions in two classes and four flights over the last week. Championship and doubles matches were held at Conestoga Valley High School with finals on...

    • Posted May 2, 2018
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  • Ephrata’s Bryson Rhee (20) eludes Warwick midfielder Carter Davis during Friday’s game. Photo by Missi Mortimer
    Warriors keep Ream Cup for fourth straight year

    Carter Davis is still only a freshman, but yet, he doesn’t seem fazed by the pressure of overtime. Last Friday night, for the second time in seven days, the young midfielder stepped up with a game on...

    • Posted May 2, 2018
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  • Ephrata’s Nate Young (left) slides into third base safely during Friday’s victory over Elizabethtown. Photo by Travis Boyd
    Young spins a beauty: Senior whiffs 16, allows no hits in six-inning gem vs. L-S

    For the past two seasons, Lampeter-Strasburg’s Kris Pirozzi has been among the best pitchers in the L-L League. For Ephrata’s Nate Young, his inclusion in that group has been about three weeks. Monday night at Lampeter-Strasburg, the...

    • Posted May 2, 2018
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  • Ephrata’s Tyler Shue legs it out down the stretch to capture the 400 Monday in a L-L best 50.7 seconds. Photo by Kirk Neidermyer
    Ephrata runs past Barons

    Boys get first victory since 2008 vs. MC Tyler Shue didn’t have much time to catch his breath. After posting the best time in the league in the 400 Monday vs. Manheim Central (50.7), Shue was summoned...

    • Posted April 25, 2018
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