Canton earned their first NTL win of the season in their 6-1 victory over Wyalusing in baseball action Saturday.
It was an emotional roller coaster for Notre Dame's Gary Raupers this basketball season.
It was another big year for Waverly senior Elle Nittinger, and she wraps it up as the All-Region Player of the Year.
TOWANDA — A big seventh inning lifted the Sayre Redskins to a 7-3 win over Towanda in the baseball season opener for both teams.
Notre Dame's Catherine Craig was a state medalist and the MVP of the Section 4 Class C meet this year. Now, she is the All-Region girls' swimmer of the year.
It was another stellar year for local wrestling as seven kids brought home medals between Pennsylvania and New York.
TOWANDA - Towanda tennis lost to non-league side, Bloomsburg Saturday afternoon by a score of 4-1.
Canton baseball opened their season with a win Friday afternoon, traveling to Benton to claim a 5-1 victory. After surrendering a run in the first inning, the Warriors never looked back, scoring a run in the second, third and sixth innings, and then two additional runs in the seventh.
Notre Dame boys' tennis opened their season at home Thursday afternoon with a 4-3 win over Towanda.
LEWISBURG — The second day of the PIAA Class AA Swimming and Diving Championship offered Sayre's Caleb McClelland a chance to compete in his main event the 500 free.
POTTSVILLE — Aiden Gair went flying through the air, extending his body across the Martz Hall baseline pursuing a loose ball. Gair landed chest-first, but quickly popped up and played defense. Moments later he drained a 3-pointer.
LEWISBURG – Jersey Shore's Emma Butzler knows all about the PIAA Swimming and Diving Championships.
LEWISBURG — Bucknell's Kinney Natatorium can be intimidating at first glance. Add in the fact it was playing host to the PIAA Class AA Swimming and Diving Championships and the intimidation factor goes up that much more.
Wyalusing's Creighton Edsell was named the 2017-2018 NTL Wrestler of the Year by the league's coaches recently.
HERSHEY — Gerald Ross drove to the baseline, taking a double team with him. The clutch junior stopped on a dime, spun and found an open Mitch Klingerman on the 3-point wing. The senior's eyes widened as the clock ticked below 20 seconds and his team faced a two-point deficit.