For the second year in a Wellsboro's Quinn Henry was named The Daily and Sunday Review 2017 football Player of the Year.
Sayre edged cross-town rivals Athens 40-34 in NTL girls' basketball action Monday.
Five Wyalusing wrestlers remain alive in the championship bracket after the first two rounds of the King of the Mountain Tournament on Friday evening. Creighton Edsell (160), Ed Mapes (170), Mike Wilcox (195), Jackson Chilson (220) and Randy Wildrick (285) are each wrestling in the quarterfinals today.
The Sullivan County boys tied Millville in regulation time but couldn't hold on through the overtime period, falling to Millville 45-40 on Friday evening.
LEWISBURG — Jim Snyder pulled a piece of paper from his pocket. He unfolded it a couple times and pointed to a blue No. 3 scrawled under Milton's name next to 220 pounds.
HUGHESVILLE — Maybe it was Emily Akers hustling from past midcourt and blocking a potential go-ahead, buzzer-beating layup. Maybe it was point guard Kendra Smith repeatedly attacking taller athletes and making big second-half plays. Or maybe it was Jade Cordrey and Jayden Leighow constantly diving after loose balls.
ATHENS - Gavin Stein and Aaron Lane combined to score 35 points to lead the Wildcats to their 65-42 win over the Rams on Thursday evening in Athens.
The Canton Warriors defeated Sayre, 60-12, in NTL wrestling action on Thursday evening.
The Athens girls' swim team defeated Elk Lake, 126-55, and the boys won, 87-81, on Wednesday afternoon in Athens.
ATHENS — Canton led Athens most of the way but at the end the Wildcats pulled out the 39-38 NTL girls' basketball win Wednesday.
CANTON — The Athens boys outscored Canton 42-19 in the second half of an 80-41 victory on Tuesday night in the NTL opener for both teams.
TROY — Troy opened their dual meet season by beating Williamson 51-6 in NTL wrestling action Tuesday.
WYALUSING — Jessica King had a double-double of 12 points and 12 rebounds to lead Sullivan County past Wyalusing 54-39 in non-league girls' basketball action Monday.
Less than a week ago, Central Mountain coach Biff Walizer said he thought he would have a good dual-meet team, but he wasn't sure how they'd be as a tournament team.