Monday, January 22, 2018
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Spartans shut out Ephrata


When a football team wins, one might think the coach would be happy, but Garden Spot head coach Matt Zamperini wasn't too impressed with his team even though it shut out Ephrata 21-0 [box score] Friday night.
 
"I'm not happy with the little things," said the coach. "It seems like they are resisting change. I don't see progress.''
 

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Cocalico holds off Ephrata


Sometimes, it's the mental aspect of athletics that plays a bigger role in the outcome of a game than physical abilities.
 
"This game is always such a head case for both teams," Ephrata coach Rhoda Mountz said.
 
"I'm not surprised the way it went," added Cocalico's Krista Page. "This is always a game, even if it's now the game."
 

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Mounts fall in opener


Exeter Eagle senior quarterback Kyle Yocum (4-4 72 yards 3 TD) accounted for five touchdowns and Exeter's defense held Ephrata to just 78 total yards to rout Ephrata 42-0 [boxscore] in a non-league victory at Don Thomas Stadium Friday. Scott Liebl picked up 64 of those 78 yards on the ground for the Mounts, carrying the ball 15 times.
 

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