The Wellsboro Green Hornets stayed unbeaten on the year with a 62-6 win over Montgomery on Friday night.
BLOSSBURG — It took nearly a quarter for North Penn-Mansfield to warm up, but under the night's full moon, the Panther lit up Cowanesque Valley in a 35-0 shutout at Jones Memorial Field in Blossburg.
WYALUSING — Athens' Zack Jayne, Kalen Keathley and Justin Reagan had big offensive outbursts Friday night, leading Athens to a 42-22 Northern Tier League Division I win over Wyalusing.
The Canton Warriors ran for 307 yards on their way to a 33-15 win over Montgomery on Friday.
Tylor Belles rushed for 221 yards to surpass the 1,000-yard mark, leading the Redskins to their fifth straight win and clinch a share of the small school title.
The Green Hornets defense pitched their fifth shutout of the season and Wellsboro rolled to a 64-0 win over Cowanesque Valley on Friday.
TOWANDA — It was a defensive battle on Friday as the North Penn-Mansfield Panthers rallied for a 14-6 win over the Black Knights.
WYALUSING — The Troy Trojans spoiled Wyalusing's homecoming, turning a 20-7 halftime deficit into a thrilling 21-20 win at Peterson Stadium last night. Ja Wallace caught the go-ahead 2-point conversion pass, then intercepted Ram QB Calvin Burke twice in the final minutes to seal the win.
WILKES-BARRE — It was important for Athens to get off to a fast start Thursday night. That was a point head coach Jack Young stressed during the two-hour, 10-minute bus ride to Wilkes-Barre Memorial Stadium.
SAYRE — The Sayre Redskins homecoming game was delayed by lightening, but Senior RB Tylor Belles proved to be the "thunder," rumbling for 206 yards on 28 carries to lead his team to a 28-13 victory over the visiting Troy Trojans in the Lockhart Street Bowl last night.
ATHENS — Saturday's homecoming game started out very well for Athens, which seemed to score with ease on its second possession.
Cowanesque Valley held CMVT scoreless in the second half in their 29-22 NTL Small School football win Saturday.
MANSFIELD — With mist falling at the friendly confines of Van Norman Field at Mansfield University, the Wellsboro defense stung Muncy with their fourth shutout of the season in a 36-0 victory.
North Penn handled Bucktail 61-0 on Friday night. Brock Burleigh started things off right for the Panthers, throwing a 42-yard touchdown to RB Brendan Hill. On their next drive, 36 yards from the end zone, Burleigh threw his second touchdown of the night to Garrett Bickhart. To make the score 21-0, Brendan Hill rushed for an 11-yard touchdown with 6:40 left in the first quarter. Hill finished the night with three rushes for 18 yards, one rushing touchdown, one reception for 42 yards and one receiving touchdown.
CANTON — The Towanda Black Knights controlled both sides of the ball on their way to a 31-0 shutout win over the host Canton Warriors at Miller Moyer Field last night. In a game played in a steady mist, the Black Knights used a steady, balanced offensive attack and an aggressive defense to record just their second victory of the season.