• Cocalico’s Seamus Finnigan (11) and Ben Sola (8) lay the hit on CV’s Booper Johnson
    Back in the Win Column

    Longenecker helps Eagles cruise past After doing a little bit of everything Friday night, Cocalico senior Garrett Longenecker admitted there was one thing he couldn’t do. “I don’t play quarterback. I really don’t know how I’d be...

    • Posted October 10, 2018
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  • Cocalico players congratulate Danny Engel (3) after his second-half goal Tuesday vs. Octorara. The Eagles wrapped up a perfect league season Tuesday after clinching their first-ever Section Three title Friday. Photo by Denise Mitchell
    They are the Champions

    Cocalico clinches first-ever section title with 1-0 win over LMH Friday’s Section Three boys’ soccer game was surely headed for overtime. Throughout the game, Cocalico and Lancaster Mennonite had traded 11 shots on goal and 11 corner...

    • Posted October 10, 2018
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  • Cocalico sophomore Ammala Moua captured the District Three bronze medal this past weekend at Briarwood West in York. Photo by Missi Mortimer.
    Moua captures District bronze

    Twelve days after winning the Lancaster-Lebanon League girls’ championship, Cocalico sophomore Ammala Moua has come home to Denver with more hardware. Moua bested her L-L score (81) twice over the Briarwood West course in York this past...

    • Posted October 10, 2018
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  • Ephrata’s Tucker Palmer (2) follows the block of teammate Castor Shuman (18) to gain some yardage during Friday night’s game in Columbia.
    Mounts turn Tide, earn 28-26 win

    If not for gaining significant ground in a quest for a District Three playoff berth, then Ephrata had another reason to celebrate its dramatic, come-from-behind 28-26 victory at Columbia Friday night. The Mounts now have three wins...

    • Posted October 10, 2018
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  • Cocalico QB Noah Palm (10) launches a pass down the field during Friday’s game vs. Manheim Central. Photo by Kirk Neidermyer
    Barons’ ground game paves way in 41-23 win over Cocalico

    Manheim Central’s Tyler Flick and his offensive line have a kinship with one another. Like brothers, they look out for each other. “They say they’ve always got my back and I’ve got their back,” the Barons’ senior...

    • Posted October 3, 2018
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  • MC hands Ephrata first loss

    Barons pull into first-place tie with EHS girls following 3-1 result After battling Berks county power Wilson for 80 tough minutes Monday, unbeaten Ephrata had to turn around and face Manheim Central 24 hours later. That certainly...

    • Posted October 3, 2018
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  • Ephrata’s Brock Boyer (35) fights off an Elco defender with teammate Richard Greer (13) looking on. Photo by Missi Mortimer
    Mounts can’t overcome mistakes in loss to Elco

      Throughout the process of rebuilding a program, there are going to be plenty of growing pains along the way. Unfortunately, Ephrata endured such a moment this past Friday at home vs. Elco. In what turned out...

    • Posted October 3, 2018
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  • Ephrata’s Sammy Knowles celebrates his late touchdown which put his team up by seven points in Friday’s 27-20 victory over Donegal. Photo by Dwight Palm
    Statement win: Mounts gut out 27-20 comeback victory over Donegal

    Richard Greer wants everyone to know the Mountaineers have changed. Following their victory over Donegal Friday, he sprinted from one celebration to another and proclaimed loudly, “This is the new Ephrata!” The sophomore running back and linebacker...

    • Posted September 26, 2018
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  • Cocalico sophomore Ammala Moua captured the L-L League girls championship Monday at Conestoga Country Club with a winning score of 81. Photo by Missi Mortimer
    Moua becomes Cocalico’s first female L-L golf champ

    Cocalico’s Ammala Moua became the Eagles’ first female league champion Monday afternoon at Conestoga Country Club. The sophomore won the Lancaster-Lebanon League Golf Tournament by firing an eight-over-par 81 on the par 73 women’s course. Moua edged...

    • Posted September 26, 2018
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  • Cocalico’s Noah Palm (10) makes the hit on Manheim Township receiver Brett Benjamin during Friday’s game in Neffsville. Photo by Missi Mortimer
    Big-play Blue Streaks hand Eagles first loss

    For the first time in five weeks, Cocalico showed a few cracks in its armor. Had it been against a lesser team, the Eagles may have been able to overcome some of the mistakes they made Friday...

    • Posted September 26, 2018
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