ALMEDIA — Aaron Hoover pumped his fist as Lewisburg players tossed their gloves high into the night sky.
ALMEDIA — South Williamsport left the field dejected, but focused last May.
TURBOTVILLE — Summer McNulty's solo home run Tuesday never got more than 15 or 20 feet of the ground. It was a laser which wasn't going to be caught unless someone hurdled the outfield fence first.
TURBOTVILLE — The initial swings against Warrior Run’s Madi Waltman were late. North Penn-Liberty hitters flailed at the best of her velocity for the better part of seven innings Tuesday at the Moser Complex.
TURBOTVILLE – In the District IV, Class A title game it came down to who capitalized on their opportunities because both teams had plenty of those.
The Wellsboro baseball team's dreams of a district title were dashed by the pitching of Tripp Breen.
MONTGOMERY — Emily Snyder ended the game, throwing a perfect pitch. She closed out Montgomery's first playoff win since 2011 by spotting a fastball on the inside corner which froze Bucktail's final hitter.
As Muncy coach Chris Persing visited the mound to change pitchers in the sixth inning, South Williamsport's Hunter Finn was joking around with third-base coach Smokey Stover and two of his teammates and had a smile which went practically ear to ear.
The Cowanesque Valley softball team advanced to the District 4, Class A semifinals with a 5-0 win over Galeton.
MONTGOMERY — Gage Yohn knew all the pressure was on him. Not wanting to let down Montgomery's four seniors, Yohn knew he had to be on.
EAST TROY — Somebody was going to be a hero. That much was evident as Northeast Bradford and Troy came down to the wire. The only question was who.
Nick Shedleski and Owen Arndt combined on a five-inning perfect game as Lewisburg opened the District 4 Class AAA baseball playoffs with a 10-0 win over CMVT.
WYSOX — It was a pitchers duel between Towanda's Gabby Slater and Kendra Loff of Bloomsburg.
Kristin Whitehead didn't stray too far from the two volleyball nets set up in Williamsport High School's gym. As she watched some of the school's girls during the practice session, she'd routinely walk up to a player after they passed to a teammate during drills and give her advice.
TOWANDA — Griffin Sites of Towanda signed his letter of intent for Mansfield University where he will further his academic career and his athletic career by joining the track and field team.