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Mules Run Past Mounts


Solanco’s vaunted running game ran all over the winless Ephrata High defense on Friday night at Solanco High School as the Golden Mules improved to 4-4 (3-2 in Section Two) with the 62-21 victory [boxscore].

The league’s leading rusher, Solanco sophomore Nick Yannutz, carried the ball 12 times for 79 yards and three touchdowns, while Alex McDonald gained 112 yards on seven carries with a touchdown.

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Barone Goal Propels CV past Mounts


Coming into Tuesday night’s L-L League girls soccer semifinal, the buzz was the battle between Ephrata’s highscoring trio of Madison Root, Annie Slovak and Abby Weist and Conestoga Valley’s veteranheavy back five of seniors Adalee Broadbent, Alexis Spencer, Jacque Thornton, sophomore Jordyn Hock and freshman Megan Slingluff.

Meanwhile, the matchup of CV’s balanced scoring punch with the Mountaineers back line was an afterthought.

Until it wasn’t.

Sophomores Madison Delgado and Gabi Barone paired to propel the Buckskins (17-1) to Thursday’s championship match as the Bucks subdued Ephrata, 1-0, at Manheim Central’s Elden Rettew Field.

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Mounts Win in Quarterfinals


The Ephrata Boys and Girls team both came off the pitch with victories in the Quarterfinals of the Lancaster-Lebanon League Playoffs. The boys won 1-0 over Warwick, while the girls game came down to penalty kicks, with the Lady Mounts winning 4-2.

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Blazers' Rally Sinks Mounts


Ephrata was seven minutes away from walking out of Manheim Central’s Elden Rettew Field with a stolen victory in the L-L League boys soccer tournament semifinals on Tuesday night when the fusillade the Mounts had been dodging from Lancaster Mennonite all evening finally landed.

The Blazers’ Tyler Wagner sent a drop pass from just in front of the baseline to Brett Diller, closing in the box.

Diller’s strike hit the underside of the crossbar then dropped in to draw the Blazers (20-0) even with Ephrata, with 6:28 to play.

Two minutes later, Matthew Lynch, fresh off a hat trick in the quarterfinals, threaded a shot through the legs of keeper Cole Hummel for the game-winner, and Mennonite advanced to Thursday’s championship game with a 2-1 victory.

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Manheim Central Rolls Past Ephrata


Manheim Central solidified its control over the Lancaster-Lebanon League's Section Two with a convincing 79-7 [boxscore] thumping of Ephrata on Friday night at War Memorial Field.

Behind running back Tyler Flick's three rushing touchdowns on four carries, and a typical stingy defense, the 7-0 Barons put it to the winless Mounts early and often. Manheim Central led by two touchdowns after just one play from scrimmage.

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