The Wellsboro Gridders Club has announced the date and time for their annual end-of-season banquet.
A week after the Hornets capped an undefeated regular season, the Wellsboro Football team's season came to an end in a 14-13 heartbreaking loss to Line Mountain on Friday, November 3.
When head coach Matt Hildebrand joined the football coaching staff in 2007, fresh out of Mansfield University, Wellsboro was coming off a 4-6 season and finished 5-5.
On a night where the 1977 team celebrated their 40th anniversary of winning the NTL Championship, the 2017 Hornets moved a step closer to winning their third title in five years.
The Wellsboro Middle School Football team earned a 26-0 victory over Cowanesque Valley on Thursday, October 19 to keep their undefeated season alive.
Sophomore Alex Burrell scored 4 touchdowns in the first half to lead the Wellsboro JV Football team past Montgomery, 30-12 on Monday, October 16.
As a freshman, Quinn Henry saw limited time. He rushed for 9 yards, caught 6 passes for 72 yards, and returned 4 kickoffs. Three years later, Henry scored his 100th career touchdown as the Wellsboro Hornets beat Montgomery 51-8 to improve to 8-0 on Friday, October 13.
The 1977 Wellsboro Varsity Football team will be honored at halftime of the Wellsboro and Wylausing football game on Friday, October 20, 2017 to commemorate the 40th reunion of the Hornets 2nd NTL Championship.
The Wellsboro Varsity Football team set a school record for points scored in a 75-0 shutout against Cowanesque Valley on Friday, October 6.
The Wellsboro Middle School Football team continued rolling along with a 35-8 victory over Montgomery on Thursday, October 5.
The Wellsboro JV Football team improved to 5-1 by shutting out Muncy 20-0 on Monday, October 2.
The Wellsboro Green Hornets and Muncy Indians entered their week six game both undefeated. Wellsboro kept their perfect record in a 46-14 win on Friday, September 29.
The Wellsboro Hornet Middle School Football team pulled out a 30-0 victory over the Athens Wildcats on Thursday, September 28.
MUNCY — In the final minute on Friday the Wyalusing Rams were faced with a choice.
BLOOMSBURG — Earlier this season Central Columbia came into Towanda and rolled to a victory over the Black Knights.
WELLSBORO — The Wellsboro Hornets' undefeated dream season came to an abrupt and painful end last night as they lost 14-13 to Line Mountain in the first round of the District IV AA playoffs.
SUNBURY — Earlier in the week, Athens coach Jack Young said that his team would have a tough time in its District 4 Class 4A semifinal at Shikellamy if they fell behind early, as his offense wasn't especially built for playing from behind.
CATAWISSA — The first playoff game of the season turned out to be a breakout game for senior Anthony Scicchitano.
CV falls to Penns Valley 61-14 in the season finale.
WYALUSING — The Towanda Black Knights re-claimed the Bronze Helmet after defeating the hosting Wyalusing Rams 15-6 on Friday evening in the annual rivalry game.
Quinn Henry took a step back for a minute and scanned the defense. He had just ripped a dazzling 45-yard run to get the ball to the 13 yard line, and was looking to finish the drive and take the early lead. He did just that on the very next play, keeping the ball on a read-option and exploding through the middle for his first touchdown of the night.
SAYRE — With the coveted Rusty Rail on the line, Athens dominated again with a 42-13-343 final tally.
CANTON — In the 62nd edition of the "Old Shoe" classic, the Troy Trojans scored a 34-24 win over the Canton Warriors at Miller A. Moyer field last night.