Both were three-sport athletes. Both made All-Region teams in multiple events. One plays in New York, one in Pennsylvania. Both are this year's The Daily & Sunday Review Newcomers of the Year.
SAYRE — Of 23 students from 13 school districts, only two are chosen as the female and male NTL Athletes of the Year.
Wellsboro senior Owen Covert announced this past week that he will continue his football career this fall at Division III Lycoming College.
Sayre's Gavin Lundy-McCutcheon watched as Sayre grad Kyle Post emerged as one of the best players for the Mansfield University sprint football team the past couple of years.
Wellsboro senior linebacker Nick Tremper announced he will continue his football career at Division 3 Westminster College on Thursday.
In high school Kyle Schucker helped turn the Troy football team into one of the best teams around.
WYALUSING — His high school career might be over, but Wyalusing's Skyler Behrend's football career is not.
A journey that started many years ago will run for four more years as Athens standout QB Aaron Barry signed on to play football while pursuing studies at Middle Atlantic Conference member Misericordia University in Dallas, Pa.
WYALUSING - For the past few years Wyalusing's Dalton Chilson has been the lead blocker for one of the best running attacks in the NTL.
Every year the Big 33 game draws the best high school players from throughout the state of Pennsylvania.
Former Hornet Kieron Smethers announced that he will continue his football career this year for Division II Bloomsburg University on Friday, January 29.
Following the 2011 season Craig Dawsey made one of his toughest decisions.
TOWANDA — Jamie Wecker has resigned as the Towanda Area School District's head football coach, the Towanda High School principal said on Monday.
The NTL was well represented on the All-EasternPAFootball.com Team.
The Pennsylvania Football News named their all-state team for the year and four NTL players earned honors in Class A.