SAYRE - The Sayre Redskins, led by Garrett Weaver (176 yards on 12 carries), bested the Rams by the score of 54-8 on Homecoming.
TROY - In the ultimate battle of power versus speed, power won as the Troy Trojans defeated the Binghamton Patriots 48-45 in a non-league contest at Alparon Park last night.
WYALUSING - The Wyalusing Rams reeled in an easy 59-6 homecoming win over the Canton Warriors last night under the lights at Peterson Stadium.
The Towanda Black Knights recorded their first victory of the season on the road as they downed the North Penn-Mansfield Panthers 31-30 in a come-frombehind thriller.
WELLSBORO - If legendary broadcaster Keith Jackson had been announcing the game Friday, there would be no doubt that he would have said, "Whoa, Nellie, we've got a barn burner brewing!"
CANTON - Canton's defense may have had their best game of the season.
Colton Vinluan had 295 yards of total offense as Cowanesque Valley pushed through for their first win of the season, beating Bucktail 49-16.
SAYRE - The Redskins started with a methodical, ball-control drive to begin the game for an early lead, but then Wellsboro took over and shut out Sayre for the rest of the game for a 32-7 victory to remain undefeated.
TOWANDA - The first quarter was a defensive battle for both teams.
ATHENS - Every time Athens needed a big play, junior Kalen Keathley stepped up, scoring three TDs to lead Athens to a 38-20 win over North Penn here Friday night in NTL Large School football action.
WYALUSING - Peterson Stadium was the sight of a tough loss for the Wyalusing Rams last night; but it was also the sight of yet another win for the undefeated Troy Trojans, who are now 4-0 on the season.
Muncy rushed for 369 yards as they pulled away from Cowanesque Valley 34-7 in NTL Small School football action Friday.
WELLSBORO - The Green Hornets scored 30 first-quarter points on their way to a 65-7 win over Bucktail on Friday night.
MILTON - Having outscored its first two opponents by a combined score of 90-6, North Penn really had not been tested in its first two games.
SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT - There was a familiar scene to fans of both the South Williamsport Mountaineers and the Canton Warriors in South Williamsport Friday evening.