Several NTL players made the District IV North All-Stars.
After a season in which he led the Tioga Tigers to the state title Jesse Manuel heads this year's The Daily & Sunday Review All-Region football team.
A lead architect behind Bishop Guilfoyle's second straight perfect season was honored Wednesday with the release of the Pennsylvania Football Writers' Class A All-State team.
Several locals made the NTL Small School All-Star first team.
Wellsboro took home at least a piece of four of the five major awards while Troy's Kyle Schucker was named the NTL Large School Player of the Year by the NTL football coaches.
Wellsboro gave Old Forge everything they could handle but ultimately came up short in their 28-21 loss in PIAA Class A football quarterfinals Friday.
The landscape of high school sports in Pennsylvania will have a brand new look next year.
MANSFIELD — Entering the year the Wellsboro Green Hornets knew what people outside of the town were thinking.
ATHENS — A handful of missed opportunities and a lack of answers for the Montoursville Warriors' packed arsenal of weapons saw the Athens Wildcats’ district hopes flutter and fade in a 38-14 loss Friday night in the District 4 Class AA semifinal.
MANSFIELD — Third time's the charm for head coach Matt Hildebrand who led Wellsboro to its first district playoff victory in program history in his third season with the Hornets.
CATAWISSA — A consensus underdog as the No. 8 seed playing at perennial state power and top seed Southern Columbia on Friday, Troy started out well and appeared to be successfully executing a well-designed game plan early in the first quarter.
SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT — In the opening round of the District Four Class A Football Championships, the North Penn-Mansfield Panthers defeated the hosting South Williamsport Mountaineers 28-14.
ATHENS — It was Aaron Barry and company that gave Athens the late fourth-quarter lead, but it was the Wildcats' collective defense that stood tall through wind, rain and two late Danville opportunities Friday night, as Athens advanced in the playoffs with a 20-17 win.
SAYRE — Athens' quarterback Aaron Barry overcame two early interceptions to put up 170 yards and two scores and the Wildcats' defense gobbled up a plethora of Sayre running backs, all in a convincing 52-9 win over the Redskins Friday night, a win that finishes the regular season and sees the Rusty Rail stay in Athens.
The Cowanesque Valley football team ended the season with a 41-13 loss at Otto-Eldred on Friday night.