Wellsboro's Kirsten Florio was named NTL MVP, Towanda's Kendra Abrams was named Defensive Player of the Year and North Penn-Liberty's Lauren Smith was named Offensive Player of the Year.
The girls NTL runner of the year was awarded to Cowanesque Valley's Jules Jones and boys NTL runner of the year was awarded to NEB's Casey Ellis.
Sayre's Matt Williams continued the stride by signing a letter of intent Wednesday afternoon to play baseball at St. Bonaventure University, a member of the NCAA D-I Atlantic 10 conference.
Growing up JP Shaw always thought about one day playing for Mansfield University.
ATHENS — The Galeton volleyball team had never won a District 4 title before.
EMMAUS — A season of firsts is a lot to take in.
YATESVILLE — When it comes to the opening round of the girls' volleyball Class 2A state tournament, it becomes a survive and advance mentality.
HERSHEY — Northeast Bradford came in with outside hopes of reaching the podium as a team. If everybody ran their best, they could finish in the top two.
Quinn Henry ran for three touchdowns and passed for two more en route to Wellsboro's 49-26 win over Hughesville on Friday night in the first round of District IV AA playoffs. With this win, Wellsboro advanced to the AA semi-finals where they will take on South Williamsport next Friday at Mansfield University.
JERSEY SHORE — Athens traveled to Jersey Shore for the opening round of the District 4 playoffs and dropped a 31-7 decision to their host. The Wildcats had their opportunities throughout the game but could not overcome miscues on both sides of the ball.
The Muncy Indians held the Wyalusing Rams to just two offensive possessions in the second half of the District Four Class A semi-final game on their way to a 27-18 victory.
The District Four playoff game between the North Penn-Mansfield Panthers and the Line Mountain Eagles was as gripping as any game can be as Line Mountain ended North Penn-Mansfield's season after stealing the win in an overtime thriller, 34-28.
CATAWISSA — There's not much anyone can do or say after a game like Friday's Towanda-Southern Columbia contest. After Southern compiled 582 yards of offense, 490 of which came in the first half alone, en route to a 69-34 win over the Black Knights in the first round of the District 4 AA playoffs, Towanda coach Craig Dawsey stated the obvious.
SAYRE — Chalk up another first for the Sayre football program.
TIOGA — During the regular season the Towanda Black Knights were the queens of the NTL Large School division.