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    Bears nip Mounts in OT

    Megan Mahlandt scored for the Lady Mounts. Read More
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    District Champs!

    Ephrata players celebrate after winning the District 3 Championship. Read More
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    District Bound!

    Matt Kreider and Lauren Moyer qualified for the District Golf Tournament. Read More
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Bears Bounce Back Strong


Elizabethtown’s Nick Stoner came one out short of a complete game on Friday, but still managed to record the final out once stepping off the mound.

Throwing 102 pitches before facing the final batter, the senior swapped places with first baseman Chad Caley as Ephrata’s Ashton Sensenig stepped up to the plate. Sensenig connected on Caley’s fourth pitch of the game, lining a shot toward right field, but Stoner was there to make the grab.

The senior jumped up and reached across his body, snaring the ball to close out Elizabethtown’s 6-1 win over Ephrata in Section Two baseball.

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Crystal Hartman on the Rise with Raiders


When an athlete excels at something in high school, the hope is that, when that person matriculates to college, one of the coaches there will have a background in that event. Maybe even be a former All-American.

That’s the case with Crystal Hartman.

In her years with the Ephrata High School girls track and field team, she competed in a number of events, but the javelin was her best and she finished fourth (2014) and seventh (2013) in the PIAA championships.

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Mounts Hold On For Win


The somewhat strange go-ahead run shouldn’t negate Ephrata’s comeback. In fact, in the Mountaineers’ three-hour Lancaster-Lebanon League baseball marathon against Donegal on Wednesday night, a quirky final run seemed fitting.

Down three at one point, Ephrata battled back and pushed three runs across in the bottom of the sixth inning, then watched as the Indians loaded the bases in the top of the seventh.

However, reliever Zac McGillan, the Mounts’ fifth pitcher of the game, induced a gentle comebacker for the final out of Ephrata’s crazy 8-7 victory.

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Barons Drop Mounts


For Manheim Central’s boys volleyball team, it’s all about trusting the process.

Doing things the right way. Practicing hard. Playing matches even harder. And winning.

The Barons are taking that motto quite seriously: They have “trust the process” printed on the back of their warmup shirts.

“It’s the process of how they learn and what we’re teaching them in practice,” Manheim Central coach Craig Dietrich said. “It sounds kind of silly, but to be successful you have to do everything right in practice, and hope it translates into the games. If everybody does their job on the court, everyone is in synergy together. I think it’s working for us.”

Big time.

Manheim Central roared to 5-0 in Lancaster- Lebanon League Section Two play on Tuesday night, dropping defending section champ Ephrata 3-0 in Manheim. Game scores were 25-11, 25-6 and 25-10. The Mountaineers, who dipped to 0-4 in section play, never led, and there were two ties in the entire match — 1-1 and 2-2 in the first game.

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