On the cusp of an NTL Small School championship, South Williamsport came to play Friday night. And with a potential home playoff game on the line, the Mounties didn't disappoint.
HUGHESVILLE - Anthony Barberio could have been frustrated as the final seconds ticked off the first-half clock.
ATHENS - The Wildcats won their 12th straight Rusty Rail game with a 37-14 victory, but, despite the score, it wasn't easy - as usual. The bitter rivalry that began in 1914 hasn't soured as things got a bit chippy at times Friday night.
The rain started early in the 58th annual Old Shoe game and didn't let up for the duration of the Troy Trojans' 29-14 victory over the Canton Warriors Friday night at Alparon Park.
TOWANDA - For the first time in a long time, neither Wyalusing nor Towanda are headed for the post season. Nevertheless, both teams played hard in the annual rivalry for the Bronze Helmet. The Black Knights would come out on top, defeating the opposing Rams 42-7.
This is playoff week for most teams left in action. Two local soccer teams are still alive while District IV and Section IV volleyball playoffs heat up.
e Warriors rushed for 300 yards and three touchdowns as they beat Montgomery 49-27 in NTL Small School football Saturday.
HUGHESVILLE - Troy's well-oiled option offense hit the road on Friday to Hughesville to take on a Spartans team that has struggled this season but one that usually presents a challenge to running teams with its sizable defensive line.
For a half Athens hung in there with Class AAAA Central Mountain. Halfway through the third quarter Athens led 19-14 but Central would go on to score 24 unanswered points to win 38-19.
SAYRE - Troy Hembury pounded out 161 yards on 30 carries and Anthony Barberio threw two TDs as Muncy crippled Sayre's postseason hopes here Friday night with a 21-14 win in NTL Small School football action at the Lockhart Street Bowl.
Wyalusing led 14-7 but two late scores by Warrior Run gave the Defenders a 21-14 win in football action Friday.
The Panthers dominated from the get go en route to a 42-0 win over CMVT in football action Friday.
WESTFIELD - Cowanesque Valley hoped that the Indian summer the Northern Tier experienced would be an omen for their football squad, but South Williamsport had a picnic in a 43-12 win, feasting on the CV team with 37 first quarter points.
The Warriors broke open a close game in the second half, beating Cowanesque Valley 41-6 in football action Friday.
LOYALSOCK - Towanda took a 6-0 lead right off the bat against Loyalsock.