The NTL was well represented on the Pennsylvania All-State softball team.
Another softball season is in the book and it's time to honor some of the area's top players.
The NTL coaches picked their softball all-stars and Troy's Faith Ceely is the player of the year for large school, while NEB's Maddy Johnson is the small-school player of the year.
WILLIAMSPORT - Anyone looking at the final score of Towanda and Central Columbia may think the Blue Jays had their way with the Black Knights.
WILLIAMSPORT - The game of softball can be won or lost in one inning, on one single play.
WILLIAMSPORT - There was a lot on the line for the Towanda Black Knights during their District 4, Class AA semifinal against Loyalsock on Wednesday.
Canton left seven runners on base as they fell to Muncy 5-0 in District IV, Class A softball quarterfinal action Friday.
Wyalusing wasn't able to hold a lead as they fell to Loyalsock 7-5 in District IV, Class AA softball quarterfinal action Friday.
SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT - Four times in the first six innings the Northeast Bradford pitcher got out of an inning leaving the bases full of South Williamsport runners.
CATAWISSA RR - Wellsboro coach Greg Carr hinted prior to the start of Thursday's District 4 Class AA quarterfinal matchup between his Hornets and Southern Columbia that his squad was capable of hitting the long ball.
EAST TROY - There's an old adage that it's hard to beat a good team three times.
Line Mountain scored six runs in the top of the seventh to rally past Cowanesque Valley 10-7 in District IV, Class A softball action Thursday.
CANTON - For five innings things weren't looking good for the Canton softball team on Tuesday.
LERAYSVILLE - The Northeast Bradford Panthers scored six runs in the first two innings on their way to a 9-2 win over Sayre on Thursday.
The Canton Warriors clinched a spot in the District 4, Class A playoffs with a 4-0 win over Liberty on Wednesday.