HUGHESVILLE - D.J. Foresman threw a perfect pass. Tight end Bryce Pardoe still had to make a great catch. Pardoe did so inside the 10-yard line, but a Lewisburg defender also had his hand on the ball and tried ripping it away.
SAYRE - In a hard fought season opening battle between NTL small schools, Canton was able to come from behind for a 28-27 win over Sayre last night.
BLOSSBURG - Hollywood could not have written a better script as Towanda pulled out a 35-34 overtime victory over North Penn. In overtime, both teams have four downs to score from the ten. Both teams scored a touchdown: Towanda had their extra point, but when the Panthers attempted their extra point, Travis Chelsa came up big.
Troy used the rushing attack of Matt Oldroyd to earn a 28-12 victory over the Rams.
MUNCY - Muncy's young offense learned how difficult it can be to move the ball a few feet during its regular-season debut. Needing less than a yard midway through the second quarter, the Indians were turned away on fourth down by Bloomsburg on a quarterback sneak.
MONTGOMERY - New year, same offensive strategy. Hughesville rushed for 486 yards and Andy Laychur and Cody Butler combined for 310 yards and three touchdowns as Hughesville scored a 53-7 win over Montgomery Friday night at Red Raider Stadium.
On a night Montoursville honored its 1989 team that reached a state championship game despite having just five returning starters, the young 2009 squad showed it might too do some impressive things as well.
The District 4 All-Star Game is an exhibition, but do not try telling that to the North and South all-stars competing in the annual event.
The 2009 annual Wellsboro Hornets Sports Booster Club banquet was held on Monday, June 1, at the Wellsboro High School, catered with a buffet-style dinner by Custom Catering.