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Cedars edge Mounts


LEBANON — Though there were dramatic moments late in the game, Lebanon never trailed in a 28-21 win [boxscore] over Ephrata on Friday night at Lebanon Alumni Stadium.

The Cedars (1-1) had leads of 21-0 and 28-7 in the first half before the Mounts (0-2) made a second-half push for their first win since 2012.

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Buckskins top Mounts


Replacing a four-year starter at quarterback is no easy task, but Conestoga Valley Tanner Schwik was up for the task Friday night. Taking the reins of the Buckskins offense from prolific passer Grant Stoltzfus, Schwik and wide receiver Jose Barbon put on a show-connecting for three touchdowns in the season opener in Ephrata, winning on the road 49-7 [boxscore].

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Barons rush by Mounts


Ephrata stuffed Manheim Central on its first play from scrimmage Friday night. The Mountaineers ended up doing the same thing on the first plays of the Barons’ next two offensive series.

Unfortunately for Ephrata, Central had a lot of success on many of its other plays, scoring on each of the first six series it had the ball, on the way to posting a 55-0 (boxscore) homecoming victory.

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Solanco Runs by Mounts


The rain stopped prior to kickoff, but on a chilly night in which the weather was more suitable for smash-mouth football — weather where the players in the trenches love to show their stuff — Solanco was able to grind out a 39-0 (boxscore) Section Two win over Ephrata at War Memorial Field.

The Mules, despite a valiant effort from the Mounts, who held them to just 12 first-half points, were able to tally 544 yards on the ground, with Lancaster-Lebanon League leading rusher Eric Hopkins leading the way with 29 rushes for 216 yards and two scores.

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Field Hockey Playoffs start Saturday


The final week of the Lancaster-Lebanon League field hockey season wrapped up on Thursday, capping off a week in which three playoff spots were determined in four days, including two via tiebreaker.

But now the field is set for the 2016 league tournament.

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