The Wellsboro tennis team swept a doubleheader against Muncy winning both 5-0.
WESTFIELD – With perfect football weather to start the season, Wellsboro seemed to be at mid-season form with their 49-6 victory over Cowanesque Valley. Karter Witmer and Silas Wagaman led the Hornets through the air while Aidan Hauser led on the ground. HW² accounted for all of Wellsboro's scores.
MIFFLINBURG — With a healthy Jase Wright in the backfield and the Wing-T offense being reinstalled at Hughesville under first-year coach Adam Gehr, the Spartans were understandably optimistic heading into their season opener at Mifflinburg, which was believed to be Hughesville's first regular season trip into the Western part of Union County since 1991.
WAVERLY, N.Y. — Last year Wellsboro lost to Cowanesque Valley by 1-stroke to open the season at Shepard Hills.
The Mid-Penn Conference held their first golf match of the season Monday.
The Sun-Gazette softball coverage area once again was heavily represented on the Pennsylavnia Association High School Softball Coaches Association 2018 All State Teams. A near-record 26 players earned all-state honors in four different classifications, including seven who earned first-team selections.
A couple of names were late additions to the All-State softball team on Wednesday.
SAYRE — It's taken a little longer than many, but Sayre grad Blair Wampole has decided that she will be playing at Corning Community College next basketball season.
It was a strong year on the softball field for area teams, and it shows with a number of selections to this year's PAHSSBCA All-State team.
Throughout his career Dalton Prough has been one of the best defensive players in the region. He's been a Defensive Player of the Year on the All-Region team because of his play at shortstop.
Waverly's Isaac Chandler made states in the pole vault, with the best jump in the region this year, and on the track he also had the best 110 hurdles time of the year.
For the fourth straight year Athens' Breana Gambrell is the top girls' track and field athlete.
It was a dominant year for Wyalusing freshman Hailey Jayne as she helped guide the Wyalusing rams to NTL and District 4 titles.
His career started with an award and, now Gary Raupers caps his career with another award.
It's starting to become an annual thing.