Coudersport Photos AvailableAugust 21, 2007 Ed Weaver
Photos from the Coudersport Scrimmage last Saturday are now available. Gallery 1. Gallery 2. Gallery 3.
Schedule UpdateAugust 20, 2007 Ed Weaver
Updates to this year's Varsity Schedule have been made. The week 2 Saturday afternoon game at Canton scheduled for 1:30 p.m. will now be played at 7:00 p.m. at Alparon Park in Troy. For directions to the field, use the Interactive Map.
Pre-Season PicturesAugust 16, 2007 Ed Weaver
Summer Camp pictures have just been uploaded. View Album 1. View Album 2.
Captains AnnouncedAugust 15, 2007 Ed Weaver
The 2007 Hornet squad has selected its captains for the upcoming season. The team chose Seniors Colton Acorn, Chris Copp, and Will Cornell to lead the team.
Varsity Photo Gallery OnlineAugust 14, 2007 Ed Weaver
The 2006 Varsity Photo Gallery is now online. You can view the different game albums by clicking here. The Junior Varisty Photo Gallery will be up as promised before the start of the regular season.
Coach Morral InterviewAugust 9, 2007 Ed Weaver
Second year Running Back's Coach Ed Weaver recently had the chance to sit down with Head Coach Chris Morral to get his thoughts on how the Lycoming College Team Camp went to looking forward to the upcoming season. Read the interview here.
Calendar UpdatesAugust 9, 2007 Ed Weaver
The calendar has been been updated to reflect the current schedule for the season.
Camp ScheduleAugust 7, 2007 Ed Weaver
Summer camp is less than one week away. Below is a tentative schedule:
Upcoming Week AnnouncementsAugust 4, 2007 Ed Weaver
With camp less than two weeks away, the coaches and staff are preparing for another successful season. Players will have the week of August 6-10 off to recover from the Lycoming College team camp, and to start focusing on the upcoming season. The two main dates for the week are equipment pickup and the Athletic Department meeting.
The Hornets are Back in TownAugust 3, 2007 Ed Weaver
The 2007 Wellsboro Hornet squad is now back home from their week-long stay at Lycoming College. This year, the Hornets were able to install much of their offensive and defensive game plans, as well as spend time together as a group. Throughout the week, the Hornets were able to work on fundamentals and techniques with Lycoming position coaches, as well as go up against other teams in scrimmages.
Photo Gallery to receive a makeoverJuly 27, 2007 Ed Weaver
The photo galleries on this website will soon receive a makeover. The galleries will be taken down and improved upon during the next few weeks. They will go live before the start of the regular season, so everyone can relive the many moments from last season.
Preparing for CampJuly 25, 2007 Ed Weaver
Attention athletes and parents, it is time to start preparing for the Lycoming Team Camp. In addition to bringing lots of shirts, shorts, and toiletries, athletes should also try to bring extra food, water and/or Gatorade, and money.
Directions to LycomingJuly 21, 2007 Ed Weaver
Directions to Lycoming College for this year's team camp are now available. To obtain directions, visit the Interactive Map and follow the instructions at the top of the page. Directions will be printed below the map after the "to" and "from" selections are made.
Advertising Still AvailableJuly 19, 2007 Ed Weaver
There are still plenty of great advertising spaces still available! This website accumulated over 2,200 visits during last year's regular season, with visitors coming from all parts of the world. This offseason, over 2,000 visits were recorded. If your business wants to take advantage of online advertising, now is the time to act. Information about advertising on the Wellsboro Football website can be found here.
Time to Go CampingJuly 12, 2007 Ed Weaver
It is time to start planning and preparing for the upcoming football season. A major component of our preparation is our trip to the Warrior Team Football Camp held at Lycoming College in Williamsport, PA. The coaching staff considers this week of intense preparation, team bonding, and fun away from the distractions of home as important as anything we do in preparaition for a successful 2007 campaign. Each athlete in grades 9-12 planning to play football should attend this camp!