The Wellsboro Hornets Sports Booster Club and the Wellsboro Athletic Department held their 3rd annual Hall of Fame induction ceremony at halftime of the Wellsboro vs. Montgomery football game on Friday, September 7.
The 2018 season is nearly here and the Wellsboro Hornets Sports Booster Club is welcoming the community to "Swarm the Hive" to kickoff the season.
MANSFIELD, Pa. – Mansfield University Interim Director of Athletics Kris Decker has named John Shaffer interim head women's soccer coach.
Senior Dalton Prough was honored by the Wellsboro Athletic Department on Wednesday, August 8 with a commemorative baseball bat and basketball in recognition of two career milestones.
Freshman Kerrah Clymer was named the Towanda Daily Review's All-Region Newcomer of the Year for softball on Friday, June 15.
Freshman Kaeden Mann was named Newcomer of the Year by the Towanda Daily Review on Wednesday, June 13.
Senior Sydney Tremper was named the NTL Softball Defensive Player of the Year as the league announced their All-Star team on Sunday, June 10.
Seniors Dalton Prough and Alyssa Yungwirth were named Male and Female Athletes of the Year at the Wellsboro Athletic Department and the Wellsboro Hornets Sports Booster Club's annual athletic awards presentation on Monday, June 4.
A day after the Lady Hornets topped Central Columbia their season ended earlier than they wanted in a 10-7 loss to #2 Loyalsock on Thursday, May 24.
A three-run home run by junior Hailey Neal capped a 4-run fifth inning rally to help the Wellsboro Varsity Softball team to a 5-1 win over Central Columbia in the first round of District IV Class AAA playoffs.
On Monday, May 14 the Wellsboro Lady Hornets Softball team along with the Loyalsock Lady Lancers combined to play for pediatric cancer.
Senior Dalton Prough was named the Northern Tier League's Male Athlete of the Year on Sunday, May 20 at the league's annual banquet.
In a game with a chance to be co-NTL Large School Division champions, the Wellsboro Varsity Softball team came up short in a 3-1 loss to Wyalusing on Thursday, May 17.
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.
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.
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.
Kaeden Mann had his most dominant sports season in the Fall. Hailey Jayne had her biggest moments in the Spring.
TURBOTVILLE — Summer McNulty's solo home run Tuesday never got more than 15 or 20 feet of the ground. It was a laser which wasn't going to be caught unless someone hurdled the outfield fence first.
TURBOTVILLE — The initial swings against Warrior Run’s Madi Waltman were late. North Penn-Liberty hitters flailed at the best of her velocity for the better part of seven innings Tuesday at the Moser Complex.
TURBOTVILLE – In the District IV, Class A title game it came down to who capitalized on their opportunities because both teams had plenty of those.