Game pictures from the JV team's 19-16 win over Canton on Monday, August 29 are now available from Dr. Robert Bair. View Gallery.
A late interception by freshman Alex Burrell thwarted a potential Canton scoring drive to help seal a 19-16 Hornet victory on Monday, August 29. Read More.
Game stats from Wellsboro's 46-0 shutout victory against Canton in week 1 are now available. View Boxscore.
Meeting minutes from the Wellsboro Gridders Club's meeting on August 24th are now available. Read minutes.
The 2016 season is quickly approaching and the Wellsboro Hornets Sports Booster Club has announced thier annual Swarm the Hive kickoff party. Read More.
Head coach Matt Hildebrand will hold his mandatory player and parent meeting on Thursday, July 28. Read More.
Meeting minutes from the Wellsboro Gridders Club's meeting on July 6th are now available. Read the minutes now.
Meeting minutes from the Wellsboro Gridders Club's meeting on June 8th are now available. Read the minutes now.
WYALUSING — For 35 years Ray Raffin roamed the sidelines at Wyalusing.
The Troy Trojans began the season with a win, jumping out to a 20-0 halftime lead on their way to a 40-7 win at Bucktail.
The Black Knights got a big defensive play in the first quarter, but Mahanoy scored 31 points as they beat Towanda 31-14 in the season opener for both football teams.
CANTON — No matter who ran the ball for Wellsboro Friday they seemed to be going down hill.
WESTFIELD — On a warm summer night in Westfield the 2016 season began for Athens and Cowanesque Valley with high hopes only to see the Indians falter to a 56-6 loss that featured turnovers, turnover, and more turnovers.
Ryan Kipp led the way for the Wyalusing Rams to a 18-6 victory over Sayre on Friday night with two touchdowns (one rushing, one receiving) and 101 yards on 14 carries. The Rams dedicated their field to former coach Ray Raffin before the game.
North Penn-Mansfield's offense looked in mid-season form as they rolled over Northwest 41-6 in football action Friday.
Both were three-sport athletes. Both made All-Region teams in multiple events. One plays in New York, one in Pennsylvania. Both are this year's The Daily & Sunday Review Newcomers of the Year.
SAYRE — Of 23 students from 13 school districts, only two are chosen as the female and male NTL Athletes of the Year.
Wellsboro senior Owen Covert announced this past week that he will continue his football career this fall at Division III Lycoming College.