SAYRE — Athens kept constant pressure on the Sayre goal for 80 minutes en route to an 8-0 win here Tuesday evening in NTL girls soccer action at the Lockhart Street Bowl.
LAPORTE - Macy McCarthy scored her 100th career goal as she led Sullivan County past Millville 3-0 in Mid-Penn girls’ soccer action Thursday.
ATHENS — Athens took a huge step toward its sixth consecutive NTL title here Thursday evening with a 4-1 win over Troy in girls soccer action at Alumni Stadium.
MANSFIELD — Sayre scored a pair of goals less than three minutes apart late in the game to rally for a 2-1 win over North Penn-Mansfield and secure a spot in the upcoming District 4, Class A playoffs in NTL girls soccer action Thursday afternoon.
Nat Graybill scored a hat tick in Troy's 4-1 win over Towanda on Wednesday.
TOWANDA — Northeast Bradford clinched their sixth straight NTL boys' cross-country title Tuesday in the narrowest of fashions.
The Elmira Notre Dame boys' soccer team gave Athens their first loss of the season, 2-1, in cross-border action on Tuesday.
The Wyalusing Rams defeated Troy, 3-1, in local volleyball action on Tuesday.
The Cowanesque Valley girls' tennis squad defeated Bucktail, 3-1, in the first round of District IV tennis playoffs on Tuesday. CV then fell to Loyalsock, 3-0, in the second round while Wellsboro lost to Jersey Shore 3-0.
ATHENS — Elmira rallied late to beat Athens 2-1 in the Wildcats’ annual Sarah Reid “pink out game.”
MILLVILLE — Wellsboro rallied to beat Millville 2-1 in non-league boys' soccer action Monday as Gabe Leach earned his 50th career assist.
WILLIAMSPORT — Two years ago CV's Tanner Adriance found heartbreak at Williamsport Country Club.
WILLIAMSPORT — While there was plenty of drama in the Class AA boys' tournament, locals were making noise in the Class AAA and the girls' Class AA tournaments.
Quinn Henry had 222 yards passing with one touchdown and 130 yards rushing with two touchdowns to lead Wellsboro to their 46-14 win over Muncy on Friday evening.
WILKES-BARRE — Athens put four touchdowns on the board in the game's first 11 minutes, led 34-0 at the half and eased home with a 41-6 win over G.A.R Thursday night.