Monday, January 22, 2018
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Fall Sports

Lebanon defeats Mounts


Lebanon’s offense took control of the game and helped the visiting Cedars cruise to a 37-8 victory [boxscore] over Ephrata at War Memorial Field on Friday night.

Despite Ephrata showing a few glimmers of hope with its running game early, Lebanon would be the ones to strike first when it completed a long touchdown pass midway through the first quarter to get their offense momentum rolling.

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Kris Miller Named Football Coach


Ephrata has a new head football coach.

Conestoga Valley grad and former Northern Lebanon defensive coordinator Kris Miller received school board approval on Monday night, and he’ll be the Mountaineers’ next coach.

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Mounts dropped by Buckskins


The season-opening football contest between Ephrata and Conestoga Valley featured two new coaches - so to speak.

Gerad Novak returned to his former head coaching role with the Buckskins after being away for several years. Meanwhile, across the field, Kris Miller took over the helm for Ephrata. As could be expected, both were nervous before the game started.

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Indians beat Mounts


A power outage in War Memorial Stadium eight minutes after kickoff couldn’t slow down the big plays Friday night in a high-scoring battle between Ephrata and Donegal.

In the end, the Donegal offense proved too much for the Mounts to keep up with, and the Indians prevailed 61-25 [boxscore], dealing Ephrata (0-6 Section Three, 0-10 overall) its 31st straight loss.

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