TIOGA — Pretty much the entire night Galeton had the lead over Sayre in the District 4, Class A volleyball final.
HUGHESVILLE — The Athens Wildcats have been waiting a long time for this.
Towanda rallied from a set down to beat Wyalusing, while North Penn-Liberty swept Troy and the two teams each advanced to the District 4, Class AA volleyball final.
The Wellsboro boys' soccer team fell to East Juniata 5-1 in the District 4 playoffs on Tuesday.
The NTL coaches named Sayre's Chloe Tracy their 2016 NTL player of the year.
HUGHESVILLE — Athens was able to take full advantage of Selinsgrove as it broke down mentally after a series of yellow cards.
The Troy and Wyalusing volleyball teams each notched sweeps on Saturday in the District 4, Class AA volleyball quarterfinals to advance to Tuesday's semifinal round.
CENTRAL COLUMBIA — Play favored top-seeded Benton as the Lady Tigers claimed a 6-1 victory over Sayre in quarterfinals of the District 4, Class A girls soccer playoffs on Saturday.
The Northeast Bradford girls' soccer team went further than any team in program history.
HUGHESVILLE — Sullivan County faced about as much pressure as it had all season in the first half against Line Mountain.
BLOSSBURG — With the irony of the lights going out at a football game in Mansfield — home of the first night football game in history — and the NTL Championship still undecided, North Penn-Mansfield and Wellsboro packed their buses and headed to Island Park Saturday to settle the score.
HUGHESVILLE — Tanner Runyan found himself in the right place at the right time in the first half of Saturday's District 4 playoff game against No. 5 Galeton.
ATHENS — Smashmouth football. That's been Sayre's strong suit all season long. Friday night, Athens was able to trump that with its own version of smashmouth football on the way to a 28-0 win.
The Cowanesque Valley Indians wrapped up their season with a 55-15 loss at Penns Valley on Friday night.
MANSFIELD — Ready for the NTL championship showdown — Brock vs. the Mighty Quinn — and the Morton Jones Trophy, fans went home in the dark after the lights, literally, went out at Van Norman Field at Mansfield University, temporary home for the Wellsboro football squad. The Hornets will have a 20-0 lead over North Penn-Mansfield as the game resumes at noon Saturday at Island Park in Blossburg.