Football head coach Matt Hildebrand will be holding his mandatory player/parent meeting on Thursday, March 30. Read More.
The Wellsboro Hornets Sports Booster Club's scholarship application deadline for this year is May 5, 2017. Read More.
13 members of the Wellsboro Varsity Football team were selected to the Towanda Daily Review's All-Region Football team. Read More.
11 members of the Wellsboro Varsity Football team were named to the District IV All-Star team on Tuesday, December 20. Read More.
5 members of Wellsboro's Fall sports teams were recognized by the Wellsboro Gazette as Athletes of the Season on Sunday, December 4 at Wellsboro Area High School. Read More.
Junior Quinn Henry was named NTL Large School Player of the Year, senior Parker Jones was named Defensive Player of the Year, and junior Collin Pietropola was named Linemen of the Year as the NTL released their All-Star football selections on Tuesday, December 6. Read More.
Game pictures from the Hornets' 28-24 loss to South Williamsport in the District IV Class AA semi-finals on Friday, November 11 are now available from Dr. Robert Bair. View Gallery.
The Wellsboro Football team's magic season came to an end with 3 seconds left on the clock in a 28-24 loss to South Williamsport in the District IV Class AA semi-finals on Friday, November 11. Read More.
Athens' star wide receiver, defensive back, kick and punt returner Kalen Keathley will be taking his talents to Marietta College in Ohio in the fall. Keathley is excited about football, but he's just as excited about Marietta's academics where he will be majoring in petroleum engineering.
Growing up Jordan Clark knew all about the Bronze Helmet rivalry between Towanda and Wyalusing.
Sayre's Tylor Belles had a dream season on the gridiron in the fall and his senior year just continued to get better Friday when he signed on to attend and play football at East Stroudsburg University in the fall.
Eastern PA Football has released their All-Star teams for Class AA and A with several NTL players on them.
On Monday, two NTL players were named to the All-State team. On Tuesday, the NTL had four more named among the state's best.
Several local players made the District IV North All-Star football team.
Two NTL football players earned All-State recognition Monday.
ere was a time when legends walked the fields of NTL football stadiums. There was Miller A. Moyer in Canton. There was Jack Young Sr. in Towanda. And, there was Ray Raffin in Wyalusing.
SAYRE — Sayre senior Tylor Belles was named NTL Small School "Player of the Year" and "Co-Offensive Player of the Year" and his classmate Brandon Paris was named "Lineman of the Year" in recent voting by the division’s coaches.
ATHENS — Athens senior Kalen Keathley was named the NTL Large School "Offensive Player of the Year" in recent voting by the league's coaches, and Keathley and Athens junior Zach Jayne were first-team all-star selections on both offense and defense.