The Wellsboro Varsity Football team scored two late fourth-quarter touchdowns in a 39-13 loss to Canton on Friday, October 23.
It took the Troy Trojans just over eight minutes to find the end zone, but after that the flood gates opened as they defeated the host Wellsboro Hornets 41-0 on Friday, October 16.
After not playing for two weeks the Wellsboro Varsity Football team regained their stride after a 43-0 win over Towanda on Friday, October 9.
The North Penn-Mansfield Panthers scored 17 unanswered points to regain the Morton F. Jones Trophy and hand the Hornets their first loss of the season on Friday, September 18.
As his eighth season at the helm of the Wellsboro Football program started, Matt Hildebrand became the program's all-time wins leader after a 48-6 win on the road at Cowanesque Valley on Friday, September 11.
The Wellsboro Sports Hall of Fame committee is proud to announce its class of 2020.
Senior Keegan Clemens made his commitment to Bloomsburg University as the newest member of the Husky Football team on Wednesday, July 15.
The Athletic Department, along with Laurel Health, have worked out dates and times to continue to provide FREE athletic physicals to our student-athletes.
Seniors Cathryn Brought and Silas Wagaman were named Male and Female Athletes of the Year at the Wellsboro Athletic Department and the Wellsboro Hornets Sports Booster Club's annual athletic awards presentation on Monday, June 1.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the annual Wellsboro Athletic Department Awards ceremony and presentation will have a different look this year.
On Friday, April 17 Wellsboro will begin honoring the Class of 2020 and supporting the nurses, doctors, and first responders on the front line of COVID-19 by lighting up their high school stadiums at 8:20 p.m. (20:20) for 20 minutes as part of the national “Be the Light” Campaign.
Senior Aidan Hauser signed his National Letter of Intent to continue his football career at Kutztown University back on Wednesday, February 5.
Senior Silas Wagaman has earned WETM Sports' Play of the Fall honors for his touchdown catch against North Penn-Mansfield.
Canton's Timmy Ward has been in many battles on the football field, and wrestling mat. He's been in must-win games, and huge wrestling matches.
CANTON — One of the most important qualities in offense is trust.
WESTFIELD – With perfect football weather to start the season, Wellsboro seemed to be at mid-season form with their 49-6 victory over Cowanesque Valley. Karter Witmer and Silas Wagaman led the Hornets through the air while Aidan Hauser led on the ground. HW² accounted for all of Wellsboro's scores.
MIFFLINBURG — With a healthy Jase Wright in the backfield and the Wing-T offense being reinstalled at Hughesville under first-year coach Adam Gehr, the Spartans were understandably optimistic heading into their season opener at Mifflinburg, which was believed to be Hughesville's first regular season trip into the Western part of Union County since 1991.
His career started with an award and, now Gary Raupers caps his career with another award.
It's starting to become an annual thing.
Kaeden Mann had his most dominant sports season in the Fall. Hailey Jayne had her biggest moments in the Spring.
For the past several seasons Canton linebacker Kaden Martell was haunting opposing offenses.
Several locals made the Eastern PA Football All-Star team for Class A and AA.
For the second year in a Wellsboro's Quinn Henry was named The Daily and Sunday Review 2017 football Player of the Year.