LERAYSVILLE - For most heading off to college, playing Division II softball at a school like Lock Haven would be a scary time and a huge adjustment.
It looks like another NTL All-Star will be a Mountaineer next season.
When the all-state softball list came out, the name of Athens' Mackenzie Hafer wasn't anywhere on there.
It was another successful season for area softball teams, and now the players are earning recognition for their success, with eight NTL players earning all-state honors on Thursday, three of them getting first-team nods.
HORSEHEADS - When they were younger, a number of the NTL softball players were members of the Alley Cats softball team.
STATE COLLEGE - Warrior Run's players lined the third-base line, trying to hold off tears of disappointment as their fans stood behind the team's dugout and offered a final round of applause for an unforgettable season.
Troy led the NTL West softball All-Star selection with five on the First Team.
Montgomery baseball and Warrior Run softball will be representing District IV in the PIAA finals Friday.
Northeast Bradford's Kelsey Carlsen has put together some strong seasons in her four sports but nothing like she did this year.
BLOOMSBURG - For most the game Northeast Bradford looked, and played, like the better team.
As a sophomore Athens' Olivia May was the New York State, Class C Player of the Year and led Notre Dame to a state title.
BLOOMSBURG - The weather may have been crazy, but Panther Chelsie Souto was as steady as they come.
For Wyalusing freshman Kasey DeVoir her freshman year couldn't have gone much better.
WILLIAMSPORT - The Wildcats were so close.
WILLIAMSPORT - Each time she came to the plate, Northeast Bradford's Calla Martin noticed something with the Southern Columbia defense.