The North Penn-Mansfield Panthers ended the Wellsboro Varsity Football team's season with a 24-21 win to regain the Morton F. Jones Trophy on Friday, October 28.
Two quick first quarter scores by Bald Eagle Area set the tone in a 35-7 rout of the Wellsboro Varsity Football team on Friday, October 21.
South Williamsport racked up 391 yards in total offense, 336 coming on the ground, in a 20-0 shut out victory over Wellsboro for Homecoming on Friday, October 14.
The Wellsboro Junior High Football team shut out rival North Penn-Mansfield 35-0 in their final game of the season on Wednesday, October 13.
The Wellsboro Junior High Football team edged Muncy 12-8 to win their third straight game on Saturday, October 8.
Sophomore Quaterback Will Gastrock threw 4 touchdowns as the Wellsboro Hornets ended a six-game losing streak in a 41-6 Homecoming win over Wyalusing on Friday, October 7.
The Troy Trojans accumulated nearly 400 yards of total offense to improve to 6-0 following a 45-3 NTL Large School Division win over Wellsboro on Thursday, September 29.
Wellsboro's Junior High Football team won their second game in a row with an 8-6 victory over visiting South Williamsport.
The Towanda Black Knights scored 27 unanswered points in the 2nd half to defeat the Wellsboro Varsity Football team 41-19 on Friday, September 23.
The Wellsboro Junior High Football team earned their first win of the season following a 28-0 shut out of Bucktail on Thursday, September 22.
The Athens Wildcats broke a tie ball game with a pair of 2nd half touchdowns and two-point conversions in a 23-13 win over the Wellsboro Varsity Football Team on Friday, September 16.
The Wellsboro Junior High Football team suffered a 46-6 loss to Cowanesque Valley on Wednesday, September 14.
The Wellsboro JV Football team suffered a 30-14 loss to Canton on Monday, September 12.
Canton's Riley Parker rushed for 163 yards and 3 touchdowns to lead Canton in a 35-0 rout of Wellsboro on Friday, September 9.
The Wellsboro Junior High Football team fell 64-12 to Montgomery on Wednesday, September 7.