The landscape of high school sports in Pennsylvania will have a brand new look next year.
As a freshman Wyalusing's Kasey DeVoir was our choice as The Daily & Sunday Review Girls' Newcomer of the Year.
A pair of area teams earned spots in the state softball playoffs this year and they head this year's The Daily & Sunday Review All-Region softball team.
WILKES-BARRE - Throughout Wednesday's PIAA playoff game against Holy Redeemer it was pitching and defense that led the Wellsboro Green Hornets.
TURBOTVILLE - Cowanesque Valley had their chances on Thursday.
TURBOTVILLE - Going up against a team the caliber of Jersey Shore can make any player anxious.
TURBOTVILLE - The past few years Wellsboro softball had been building.
TURBOTVILLE - Three years ago Jensen Dunkling was starting at third base for the Athens Wildcats as they reached the District 4, Class AAA final.
TURBOTVILLE - A year ago Wellsboro's season ended in the District 4, Class AA semifinals with a loss to Central Columbia.
TURBOTVILLE - Holding onto a one-run lead in the seventh inning the Cowanesque Valley defense came up huge to get them to their first district final since 2003.
LERAYSVILLE - Northeast Bradford pounded out 11 hits to beat Liberty 12-2 in five innings during District IV, Class A softball action Thursday.
EAST TROY - A bad sixth inning put Troy in a hole, then in the seventh Milton pulled out the 4-3 win in District IV, Class AA softball quarterfinal action Thursday.
The NTL softball coaches named their all-stars and after helping lead Northeast Bradford to the Division II title the Panthers' Maddy Johnson is the player of the year.
The Troy softball team wrapped up the regular season with a 4-1 loss to Bloomsburg on Saturday.
The Wellsboro Green Hornets wrapped up the season with an 18-2 record after a 4-1 win over South Williamsport on Friday.