The North Penn-Mansfield Tigers clinched the NTL Large School Division championship on Thursday, February 2, defeating rival Wellsboro, 48-45.
After being tied at the end of the first half, Wellsboro outscored Towanda 30-18 in the second half to win their 9th straight game on Tuesday, January 31.
Senior Peyton McClure became the new Wellsboro all-time three-point king following the Hornets' 61-42 win over Cowanesque Valley on Saturday, January 28.
After trailing 16-10 from the opening quarter, the Wellsboro Hornets put up a monster second quarter to defeat the Athens Wildcats 56-36, on Thursday, January 26, for the second time in five days.
A 37-point 1st half by Wellsboro led the Hornets to a 59-31 win over North Penn-Liberty on Monday, January 23 for their sixth consecutive win.
The Wellsboro Boys Basketball team came home from a Saturday afternoon game with a 57-48 win over Athens and sole possession of 2nd place of the NTL Large School Division standings.
After trailing at the half, the Wellsboro Varsity Boys Basketball rebounded to defeat Canton on the road, 51-34 for their 4th straight win on Tuesday, January 17.
The Wellsboro Varsity Basketball teams both scored wins over Wyalusing on Thursday, January 12 and Friday, January 13.
The Wellsboro Varsity Boys Basketball team defeated Troy 55-43 in an NTL Large School Division match up on Wednesday, January 11, for their second straight win.
Senior Cameron Brought recorded a double-double of 19 points and 20 rebounds as the Wellsboro Varsity Boys Basketball team edged Jersey Shore 48-47 on Monday, January 9.
The Wellsboro Junior High Boys Basketball team finished their 2022-23 season on Saturday, January 7 at the Northeast Bradford Tournament.
A foul shot by North Penn-Mansfield's Karson Dominick with 2.9 seconds remaining sunk Wellsboro's hopes of erasing a three-game losing streak in a 48-47 loss in the Margaret (Peg) Berguson Memorial Trophy on Friday, January 6.
Senior Cameron Brought scored a career-high 22 points, but the Wellsboro Varsity Boys Basketball team fell 70-62 to St. John Neumann for their third straight non-league loss on Monday, January 2.
Sayre's Camry Lane showed off one more time just what she could do on the basketball court.
Canton's Timmy Ward has been in many battles on the football field, and wrestling mat. He's been in must-win games, and huge wrestling matches.
His career started with an award and, now Gary Raupers caps his career with another award.
It's starting to become an annual thing.
Kaeden Mann had his most dominant sports season in the Fall. Hailey Jayne had her biggest moments in the Spring.
It was an emotional roller coaster for Notre Dame's Gary Raupers this basketball season.
POTTSVILLE — Aiden Gair went flying through the air, extending his body across the Martz Hall baseline pursuing a loose ball. Gair landed chest-first, but quickly popped up and played defense. Moments later he drained a 3-pointer.
HERSHEY — Gerald Ross drove to the baseline, taking a double team with him. The clutch junior stopped on a dime, spun and found an open Mitch Klingerman on the 3-point wing. The senior's eyes widened as the clock ticked below 20 seconds and his team faced a two-point deficit.
Sullivan County's season ended with a 67-50 loss to Plumstead Christian in the PIAA, Class A second round basketball playoffs Tuesday.
The North Penn-Mansfield boys won their preliminary game in the PIAA Tournament 72-59 over North Star on Tuesday night.