TROY — In an old fashioned slug fest, the Troy Trojans won the 62nd version of the "Old Shoe" game by a 16-0 score over their rival Canton Warriors at a muddy Alparon Park last night.
TOWANDA — Just about the only thing that could stop The Black Knights on Friday night was themselves. Of their nine possessions, five ended in a touchdown and four ended in a turnover, but those five touchdowns were plenty to defeat the Wyalusing Rams in the 2016 Bronze Helmet game. With this 34-0 win, Towanda clinched a spot in the 2016 PIAA District Four playoffs. They will most-likely be taking on Southern Columbia in round one.
It was wet. It was cold. And it was windy. In the end three locals overcame all that to earn a spot in the girls' cross country PIAA Championships.
There isn't a senior among them. In fact, the top seven Troy girls runners include three freshmen and three sophomores.
BLOOMSBURG — Four local boy runners extended their cross-country season on Thursday at the District IV Championships.
BLOOMSBURG — Northeast Bradford's dominance at the Class A level in District IV continued in the cold and soggy conditions Thursday.
The season came to an end for the Troy girls on Thursday as they fell to Loyalsock 8-1 in the District 4, Class AA soccer playoffs.
MILLVILLE — Missed opportunities and an opportunistic opponent spelled the end of the Athens Lady Wildcats' soccer season Thursday as the local squad dropped a 4-0 decision to Central Columbia in the quarterfinal round of the District IV Class AA soccer playoffs.
Coudersport defeated Wellsboro 3-0 (25-20, 25-22, 25-16) in local volleyball action on Wednesday.
Things weren't going well for the Sayre Redskins.
HEPBURNVILLE — Kiah Russell did it all for the Northeast Bradford girls' soccer team.
Wyalusing defeated NEB in three sets (25-9, 25-14, 25-6) in local volleyball action on Tuesday.
TOWANDA — The Black Knights picked up a win over Tunkhannock in volleyball action on Monday, 25-15, 25-12, 25-7.
The Cowanesque Valley football team had to wait a few extra days to get their game in against Bucktail, but it didn't stop them from putting up a dominant performance.
BLOSSBURG — In a game that was postponed from Friday night, the North Penn Panthers rode a stingy defense to a 21-0 win over the visiting Troy Trojans yesterday afternoon at Island Park.