The Wellsboro Green Hornets had one of their best offensive games of the year when they battled North Penn for the Morton Jones Memorial Trophy Friday night, November 3.
The Wellsboro Green Hornets faced another tough Northern Tier League football team Friday, October 27. Head coach Mike Pietropola knew they had to stop the option of the Trojans football team. And they did for the most part.
Nine touchdowns separated Wellsboro from a win over Wyalusing.
What hope Wellsboro had of a comeback with one quarter remaining in their Homecoming game was quickly dashed away with three Muncy touchdowns for the 22-0 win.
Forget about the luck of the Irish. It's better to have Green Hornet luck for a chilly and slippery Northern Tier League football game.
Wellsboro did everything they needed to do to pick up their first Northern Tier League football game after three consecutive losses.
Wellsboro turned out the lights on the Canton Warriors Friday night, September 23. Literally.
The Jersey Shore defense may have held the Green Hornets running game near nil Friday night, 60 yards on 32 carries, but it wasn't so much the bite of the 'Dawgs that hampered Wellsboro as much as it was lack of execution.
It's not too often that a football team sets a goal, achieves it and still gets edged out of a win. But it happens. Just ask Wellsboro skipper Mike Pietropola.
Wellsboro head coach Mike Pietropola probably sweated off some 10 pounds along the Athens sidelines when Wellsboro opened their football season.